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AC/DC Rock or Bust Tour Tickets Get Top Dollar

AC/DC tickets will set fans back by more than $200, as the band heads out on their Rock or Bust tour across the U.S. starting in April. It will cost big bucks to score tickets to the show. A single seat on the secondary market will set one back about $250. According to a report from Classic Rock, AC/DC will …

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Ariana Grande Honors Late Grandpa at ‘Stand Up to Cancer’

Ariana Grande sang her heart out in honor of her late grandfather at the ‘Stand Up to Cancer‘ telethon on Friday. Grande’s grandpa passed away just a few weeks ago following a long battle with cancer, making her performance even more meaningful. She belted out her new hit song, ‘My Everything,’ in honor of him. Gwyneth Paltrow and Joel Gallen …

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Ariana Grande Pays Tribute to Late ‘Gramps’ at ‘Stand Up to Cancer’ Telethon

Ariana Grande paid tribute to her late grandfather Friday at this year’s Stand Up to Cancer telethon. The 21-year-old songstress gave a moving performance of her song, My Everything, for her beloved grandfather, who died in July following a lengthy battle with cancer. “Supporting a cause that is near & dear to my heart. tonight I’m singing for grandps! i …

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Roger Daltrey, of The Who, Performs at US Capitol

This Wednesday, Congressional leaders such as John Boehner, Nancy Pelosi, Mitch McConnell, and Harry Reid convened at the Capitol Building in order to conduct business of the utmost importance – dedicating a statue to Winston Churchill. In 2011, to mark the 70th anniversary of Churchill’s address to Congress in December of 1941 (after the bombing of Pearl Harbor), John Boehner …

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Keith Moon: Long-Dead Drummer Invited To Play At Olympics

Legendary rock drummer Keith Moon of The Who is still making fans, 34 years after his death. The only problem is, some of them don’t realize he’s dead. Organizers for the 2012 Olympics have requested his presence to play a gig at the London games, asking band manager Bill Curbishley if it would be possible to secure him. “I emailed …

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Mad Men: The Real Rolling Stones Jingle

Business Insider raised an interesting point about last night’s episode of Mad Men. In the episode Don Draper tries to get The Rolling Stones to sing a jingle for Heinz Baked Beans titled “Heinz is on My Side.” This sounds a bit ridiculous, but it isn’t far from the truth. On the show, Draper tells a fan the Stones did …

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