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Pete Townshend is working on an orchestral version of The Who's classic 1973 rock opera Quadrophenia that will be released next year. Information about the new project was reported on the official website of the London Oriana Choir, which recorded backing vocals for the album Thursday night at London's AIR Studios.
Joan Jett was the woman of the hour Thursday night at the sixth annual Little Kids Rock benefit gala, where she was honored with the organization's 2014 Rocker of the Year award. The event, at New York City's Hammerstein Ballroom, was highlighted by a star-packed tribute to Jett that featured several performances by Joan herself.
Joan Jett is helping Hot Topic celebrate its 25th anniversary by collaborating with the retailer and fashion designer Daang Goodman, founder of the TRIPP NYC company, to create a rockin' apparel line. The Joan Jett X TRIPP NYC Fashion Collection for Hot Topic features clothing items that mix the punk-rock pioneer's own style and attitude with the gritty styles of downtown New York City.
John Fogerty is among the music stars who will perform before President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama as part of a special tribute to U.S. military members and veterans that will be held on the South Lawn of the White House. The event, dubbed A Salute to Our Troops, will take place on November 6 and will air as a new episode of PBS' In Performance at the White House series the next night at 9 p.m. ET.
(LOS ANGELES) -- When Joan Rivers died last month, her Fashion Police co-host Kelly Osbourne was devastated.
(NEW YORK) -- Just days after Toys "R" Us announced it was putting Breaking Bad action figures on an "indefinite sabbatical" from its stores, Aaron Paul is supporting a petition to put the toys back on the shelves.
(LOS ANGELES) -- The producers of the 2015 Oscars telecast say a report claiming Neil Patrick Harris was their fourth option to host the show isn't quite accurate.
(NEW YORK) -- Christian Bale has landed a new job: the role of Steve Jobs in an upcoming biopic of the late Apple visionary.