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Peter Gabriel and longtime Yes keyboardist Rick Wakeman were among the honorees at the third annual edition of the Progressive Music Awards, held Thursday at Shakespeare's Globe Theatre in London. The awards were established in 2012 by Prog magazine.
Pearl Jam and Soundgarden are among the big-name stars who will perform at the 28th annual edition of Neil Young's Bridge School Benefit Concert, which will take place October 25 and 26 at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California. This year's bill also includes Tom Jones, Florence + the Machine and, of course, Young himself. Meanwhile, although it was recently revealed that Neil is divorcing his wife, Bridge School co-founder Pegi Young, after 36 years of marriage, she and her group The Survivors are set to perform too.
"Hope," the theme song Paul McCartney wrote and recorded for the new video game Destiny made its way onto multiple YouTube pages and other websites this week. The leak apparently has prompted Sir Paul to announce that he will officially release the track as a single later this year.
An official video for "Detroit Made," the lead single from Bob Seger's upcoming studio album, Ride Out, has premiered on RollingStone.com. The video features footage shot at the Woodward Dream Cruise, an annual event that takes place in late August during which vintage cars and souped-up hot rods are driven through the streets of the Motor City.
ZZ Top has announced that bass guitarist Dusty Hill continues to recover from a hip injury he suffered last month and the band expects to resume touring early next year.
(NEW YORK) -- Crime thriller No Good Deed dominated this weekend's box office with a debut of $24.5 million.
(LOS ANGELES) -- Lauren Conrad is officially off the market.
(NEW YORK) -- Broadway performer Pia Zaador was hospitalized Thursday after a golf cart accident.
(NEW YORK) -- Chris Brown offered his thoughts on domestic violence amid the scandal surrounding former Baltimore Raven Ray Rice.