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On the surface, Metallica and Oasis don't appear to have a lot in common. But as Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich writes in an essay for U.K. newspaper The Guardian, the British band has provided him with more than 20 years of musical inspiration.
Jackson Browne is treating fans to a preview of his upcoming studio album, Standing in the Breach, currently streaming in its entirety over at USAToday.com. The 10-song collection, which will be released next Tuesday, October 7, finds the 65-year-old singer/songwriter concerned, yet hopeful, about the state of the world.
The star-packed Paul McCartney tribute album, The Art of McCartney, won't be released until November 18, but you can already preview a number of tracks from the project online. A video featuring Alice Cooper's full cover of The Beatles' "Eleanor Rigby" premiered on Monday morning exclusively at USAToday.com, while several clips of other songs have been posted on the album's official website and YouTube channel.
Former Audioslave band mates Chris Cornell and Tom Morello reunited Friday at El Corazon in Seattle for a benefit concert in support of 15Now, an organization that successfully lobbied to raise the minimum wage in Seattle to $15, as reported by Blabbermouth.net. The Soundgarden frontman and Rage Against the Machine guitarist had not performed together since their supergroup broke up in 2007.
Iron Man will live again, one last time.
(LOS ANGELES) -- On ABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live! Tuesday night, Jimmy Kimmel confirmed that he has been named by the virus fighters at McAfee the Internet's "Most Dangerous Cyber Celebrity," a badge he wears with honor.
(NEW YORK) -- George Clooney auctioned off his wedding pictures to the highest bidders, but that money will go to a great cause.
(LOS ANGELES) -- A statue of TV pioneer Ed Sullivan was stolen Sunday from the Academy of Television Arts & Science headquarters in North Hollywood, police said.
(NEW YORK) -- Warner Bros. announced that Elizabeth Banks and Donald Glover are the latest stars to join the highly anticipated sequel, Magic Mike XXL. There's no word on what their roles would be in the follow-up.