Paul McCartney And Michelle Obama Recruited By Pitbull For New Reality Show

Pitbull has tapped Paul McCartney and first lady Michelle Obama for a television show called The Real Change Project. The program sees Pit interviewing celebs and other public figures, along with live performances. According to the Guardian, others set to sit with Pit include Lady Gaga, Tony Bennett and basketball player Kobe Bryant.

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Paul McCartney And Michelle Obama Recruited By Pitbull For New Reality Show

Pitbull has tapped Paul McCartney and first lady Michelle Obama for a television show called The Real Change Project. The program sees Pit interviewing celebs and other public figures, along with live performances. According to the Guardian, others set to sit with Pit include Lady Gaga, Tony Bennett and basketball player Kobe Bryant.

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San Antonio Plans $100 Million Museum Named After Phil Collins

San Antonio has announced plans for a $100 million museum of Alamo artifacts named in honor of Phil Collins. Work is scheduled to begin shortly on the museum, which will stand in honor of Collins' world-renowned collection of Alamo artifacts.

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San Antonio Plans $100 Million Museum Named After Phil Collins

San Antonio has announced plans for a $100 million museum of Alamo artifacts named in honor of Phil Collins. Work is scheduled to begin shortly on the museum, which will stand in honor of Collins' world-renowned collection of Alamo artifacts.

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U2 Wants To Release New Music

U2 is eager to release new music, despite the fact that the band just released their thirteenth studio album Songs Of Innocence in September. In a new Rolling Stone interview, frontman Bono says the group has already plotted a follow-up to Songs of Innocence, called Songs of Experience, and he hopes it will arrive sometime in the next 18 months.

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U2 Wants To Release New Music

U2 is eager to release new music, despite the fact that the band just released their thirteenth studio album Songs Of Innocence in September. In a new Rolling Stone interview, frontman Bono says the group has already plotted a follow-up to Songs of Innocence, called Songs of Experience, and he hopes it will arrive sometime in the next 18 months.

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Heart Cover Foo Fighters' 'No Way Back'

After the Foo Fighters invited Heart to join them for a song during their week-long residency on the Late Show With David Letterman, Heart repaid the favor by covering the Foos cut "No Way Back." Heart played an acoustic rendition of the song while backstage. "We wanted to give something back to them," Wilson told Rolling Stone.

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Heart Cover Foo Fighters' 'No Way Back'

After the Foo Fighters invited Heart to join them for a song during their week-long residency on the Late Show With David Letterman, Heart repaid the favor by covering the Foos cut "No Way Back." Heart played an acoustic rendition of the song while backstage. "We wanted to give something back to them," Wilson told Rolling Stone.

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Kinks' Dave Davies Premieres 'Through My Window' Video

The Kinks guitarist Dave Davies has released a music video for his new track "Through My Window." "I had a lot of ideas in my head thinking about the past and how we started and the Kinks and my own life and the present and what's happening with my life now and concerns and worries, anxieties about the future," says Davies.

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Kinks' Dave Davies Premieres 'Through My Window' Video

The Kinks guitarist Dave Davies has released a music video for his new track "Through My Window." "I had a lot of ideas in my head thinking about the past and how we started and the Kinks and my own life and the present and what's happening with my life now and concerns and worries, anxieties about the future," says Davies.

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Joe Perry's Memoir Hits New York Times Best Seller's List

Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry's memoir, Rocks: My Life In And Out Of Aerosmith has hit the New York Times "Hardcover Nonfiction" best sellers list. Perry worked with author David Ritz on Rocks: My Life In And Out Of Aerosmith, a book that has helped the guitarist be able to further process some things in his life.

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Joe Perry's Memoir Hits New York Times Best Seller's List

Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry's memoir, Rocks: My Life In And Out Of Aerosmith has hit the New York Times "Hardcover Nonfiction" best sellers list. Perry worked with author David Ritz on Rocks: My Life In And Out Of Aerosmith, a book that has helped the guitarist be able to further process some things in his life.

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Bruce Springsteen Reveals His Favorite Books And Authors

Bruce Springsteen spoke with the New York Times recently to talk about his favorite books. He said he just finished Herman Melville's Moby Dick and Gabriel Garcia Marquez's Love in the Time of Cholera, while also talking about his old favorites. "I like the Russians, the Chekhov short stories, Tolstoy and Dostoyevsky . . ."

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Bruce Springsteen Reveals His Favorite Books And Authors

Bruce Springsteen spoke with the New York Times recently to talk about his favorite books. He said he just finished Herman Melville's Moby Dick and Gabriel Garcia Marquez's Love in the Time of Cholera, while also talking about his old favorites. "I like the Russians, the Chekhov short stories, Tolstoy and Dostoyevsky . . ."

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Rolling Stones Announce $5,000 Signed Photo Book

The Rolling Stones have announced the release of an autographed photo book that retails for $5,000. The book is named after the band and features over 500 photos from photographers like Anton Corbijn, Annie Leibovitz, Gered Mankowitz and Helmut Newton. "This book isn't just rock 'n' roll, it's a roller coaster through 50 years of memory lane," the band says.

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Rolling Stones Announce $5,000 Signed Photo Book

The Rolling Stones have announced the release of an autographed photo book that retails for $5,000. The book is named after the band and features over 500 photos from photographers like Anton Corbijn, Annie Leibovitz, Gered Mankowitz and Helmut Newton. "This book isn't just rock 'n' roll, it's a roller coaster through 50 years of memory lane," the band says.

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Deep Purple Announce One-Off London Show In 2015

Deep Purple have announced details of a one-off show at London's O2 Arena in 2015. The band has revealed that they will play at the historic venue on December 3 of next year. Currently, there are no other U.K. dates scheduled.

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Deep Purple Announce One-Off London Show In 2015

Deep Purple have announced details of a one-off show at London's O2 Arena in 2015. The band has revealed that they will play at the historic venue on December 3 of next year. Currently, there are no other U.K. dates scheduled.

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