Stevie Nicks Joining The Voice As Adam Levine's Advisor

Stevie Nicks is joining The Voice as Adam Levine's advisor. The Fleetwood Mac frontwoman will be appearing on the seventh season of the show, which is scheduled to return this fall. News of Nicks joining the reality singing competition came from the show's Twitter last week: "#TeamAdam it's time to welcome @StevieNicks to #TheVoice family!"

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Stevie Nicks Joining The Voice As Adam Levine's Advisor

Stevie Nicks is joining The Voice as Adam Levine's advisor. The Fleetwood Mac frontwoman will be appearing on the seventh season of the show, which is scheduled to return this fall. News of Nicks joining the reality singing competition came from the show's Twitter last week: "#TeamAdam it's time to welcome @StevieNicks to #TheVoice family!"

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Guns N' Roses Dizzy Reed Denies Band Breakup Rumors

Guns N' Roses keyboardist Dizzy Reed is laughing off rumors that the band is on the verge of a breakup. "You know, so much of that crap gets out there, you can't believe any of it," Reed tells Billboard of the most recent rumors. "At this point, having been in the band for so long, nothing surprises me. When I hear things like that I immediately dismiss them . . ."

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Guns N' Roses Dizzy Reed Denies Band Breakup Rumors

Guns N' Roses keyboardist Dizzy Reed is laughing off rumors that the band is on the verge of a breakup. "You know, so much of that crap gets out there, you can't believe any of it," Reed tells Billboard of the most recent rumors. "At this point, having been in the band for so long, nothing surprises me. When I hear things like that I immediately dismiss them . . ."

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Neal Schon Says Steve Perry May Return To Journey If He Wants

Journey's Neal Schon is open to the idea of a reunion with former lead singer Steve Perry. While Schon says that he is happy with the way things currently are, he wouldn't be opposed to a Perry return, saying "the door has always been open." "When Steve left, he wanted to do his solo thing and I think he remains there," Schon told the Huffington Post.

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Neal Schon Says Steve Perry May Return To Journey If He Wants

Journey's Neal Schon is open to the idea of a reunion with former lead singer Steve Perry. While Schon says that he is happy with the way things currently are, he wouldn't be opposed to a Perry return, saying "the door has always been open." "When Steve left, he wanted to do his solo thing and I think he remains there," Schon told the Huffington Post.

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David Gilmour's Upcoming Solo Project Features Graham Nash And David Crosby

As it turns out, a rumored collaboration between Graham Nash, David Crosby and David Gilmour will reportedly be included on Gilmour's upcoming solo record, not Pink Floyd's Endless River album, as was previously reported. Rumors of Graham and Nash working with Gilmour surfaced last November.

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David Gilmour's Upcoming Solo Project Features Graham Nash And David Crosby

As it turns out, a rumored collaboration between Graham Nash, David Crosby and David Gilmour will reportedly be included on Gilmour's upcoming solo record, not Pink Floyd's Endless River album, as was previously reported. Rumors of Graham and Nash working with Gilmour surfaced last November.

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Ace Frehley Reveals Space Invader Track List

Ace Frehley has unveiled the track list for his upcoming solo effort Space Invader. The LP, due August 19, is more hard hitting than his previous release, Ace told Guitar World magazine: "I know that everyone is hoping that this album is heavier than the last one, and it is." "I did most of the recording at my friend's studio in Turlock, California . . ."

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Ace Frehley Reveals Space Invader Track List

Ace Frehley has unveiled the track list for his upcoming solo effort Space Invader. The LP, due August 19, is more hard hitting than his previous release, Ace told Guitar World magazine: "I know that everyone is hoping that this album is heavier than the last one, and it is." "I did most of the recording at my friend's studio in Turlock, California . . ."

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Alice Cooper Inducted Into White Castle's Cravers Hall Of Fame

Alice Cooper was inducted into the Cravers Hall of Fame, the official HOF of the White Castle hamburger chain. Cooper was honored at White Castle HQ in Columbus, Ohio where he was reportedly "treated to a VIP tour, an induction ceremony and an impromptu jam session." "When we heard about Cooper's life-long love of our hot and tasty sandwiches, we knew he had to be a part . . ."

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Alice Cooper Inducted Into White Castle's Cravers Hall Of Fame

Alice Cooper was inducted into the Cravers Hall of Fame, the official HOF of the White Castle hamburger chain. Cooper was honored at White Castle HQ in Columbus, Ohio where he was reportedly "treated to a VIP tour, an induction ceremony and an impromptu jam session." "When we heard about Cooper's life-long love of our hot and tasty sandwiches, we knew he had to be a part . . ."

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AC/DC's New Album Is Finished

AC/DC fronter Brian Johnson says that the band is done recording its latest album - the follow-up to 2008's Black Ice. It is the first record the band has recorded without Malcolm Young, who was waylaid with an undisclosed illness. "It was brilliant over there," Johnson told Team Rock. "We're done. I'm very excited and we've got some great songs."

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AC/DC's New Album Is Finished

AC/DC fronter Brian Johnson says that the band is done recording its latest album - the follow-up to 2008's Black Ice. It is the first record the band has recorded without Malcolm Young, who was waylaid with an undisclosed illness. "It was brilliant over there," Johnson told Team Rock. "We're done. I'm very excited and we've got some great songs."

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Mick Jagger Laughs Off Claim He Is To Blame For Brazil's 7-1 World Cup Loss

Mick Jagger says he was not a "jinx" on the Brazilian Men's National Football team, who lost 7-1 to Germany earlier this week. Jagger attended the game only to be called the "biggest jinx in history" by TV station R7 after the loss. "OK, I take responsibility for the first German goal . . . but not the other 6!" Mick joked in a statement to NME.

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Mick Jagger Laughs Off Claim He Is To Blame For Brazil's 7-1 World Cup Loss

Mick Jagger says he was not a "jinx" on the Brazilian Men's National Football team, who lost 7-1 to Germany earlier this week. Jagger attended the game only to be called the "biggest jinx in history" by TV station R7 after the loss. "OK, I take responsibility for the first German goal . . . but not the other 6!" Mick joked in a statement to NME.

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Bruce Springsteen Premieres Short Film Hunter Of Invisible Game

Bruce Springsteen has premiered Hunter of Invisible Game, a ten-minute short film he co-directed with Thom Zimny. The Boss released the flick on his official website with the following statement: "For a long part of the year, Thom Zimny and I have been talking about shooting a short film for Hunter Of Invisible Game," he began.

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Bruce Springsteen Premieres Short Film Hunter Of Invisible Game

Bruce Springsteen has premiered Hunter of Invisible Game, a ten-minute short film he co-directed with Thom Zimny. The Boss released the flick on his official website with the following statement: "For a long part of the year, Thom Zimny and I have been talking about shooting a short film for Hunter Of Invisible Game," he began.

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