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Another Sh*t movie disrespecting Elvis Presley - THE King of Rock n Roll!

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Elvis Presley - THE King of Rock n Roll! Elvis Lives! purports to take the legend of rock ‘n’ roll icon Elvis Presley to the next level, wondering, “What if Elvis never really left the building?” Per AXS-TV, in round numbers: Plagued by drug addiction and a failing voice , the King is desperate to make things right with himself, his deceased brother and God. His attempts to get back on track are thwarted, however, after he helps the cops bring down a powerful crime syndicate — putting his family in danger and sending him on a journey that will change his life forever. “When the decision was made to develop AXS TV’s first original made-for-TV movie, I knew I had to get The Asylum team involved because it was a great experience working with them on Sharknado 3,” Cuban said. “They’re the perfect fit to bring this wild ride to life as we celebrate the life and legacy of the the King’s reign, crafting a unique and original storyline that explores the well-known conspiracy theor

Graham Nash performs & tells the story behind OUR HOUSE (VIDEO)

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“One day Joan (Joni Mitchell) and I got up and went to breakfast at a delicatessen on Ventura Boulevard, and a few doors away there was a little antique store, and in the window Joan saw this vase, went inside, fell in love with it, bought it and brought it back to the house. “It was a kind of a cold gray morning as it sometimes can be in Los Angeles, and I said, ‘Why don’t I light the fire and you put some flowers in the vase that you just bought.” So she’s cutting stems and leaves and arranging flowers in this vase, and I’d lit the fire. Now, my and Joan’s life at the time were far from ordinary … and I thought, ‘What an ordinary moment.’ Here I am lighting the fire for my old lady and she’s putting flowers in this vase that she just bought. And I sat down at Joan’s piano and an hour later, ‘Our House’ was written. Source: Howard Stern Show - SIRIUSXM

Wah! Steve Miller didn't know who WE are - The Black Keys

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Last week, the Black Keys gave a speech inducting Steve Miller into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Miller then gave an acceptance speech that was, in part, critical of the Rock Hall, encouraging the institution to be "more inclusive of women" and "to respect the artists they say they’re honoring, which they don't." After the ceremony, he also called the Rock Hall "a bunch of jackasses and jerks and fucking gangsters and crooks." Now, the Black Keys have spoken up about Miller's criticisms, telling Rolling Stone they regret inducting him. "He said, 'The whole process was unpleasant,'" Dan Auerbach told Rolling Stone. "And for Pat and I, the most unpleasant part was being around him." Auerbach said: We got a really uncomfortable feeling when we first met Steve. He had no idea who we were. No idea. The first thing he told us was, "I can't wait to get out of here." He knew that we signed up to do th

Steve Miller puts the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on BLAST! (Video)

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Watch the video above to hear Steve Miller blast the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for the way they treat the artists. The disorganized way they handle business,the greed and bully tactics as well as the outrageous ticket prices Rock Hall charges the inductees if they want to bring more than 2 people. These artists bring their band and they perform.....they should be able to bring family as well. Earlier in the evening during his acceptance speech, he also said the Rock Hall needs to start recognizing WOMEN in music. Ever hear that expression, if you can't take the heat get out of the kitchen? Well, that's exactly what the Rock Hall TRIED to do ending the press room after this. But that didn't stop Cheap Trick from coming out and speaking to the press on their own. I think another observation of how they treat these legends so disrespectfully is when in the video above, you hear Steve Miller say He won't wrap it up and tells someone off camera to sit down and LEA

Marie Osmond's new music video - Music is Medicine

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Marie Osmond's new album, Music is Medicine will be released on Friday, April 15th . Check out her new music video above. Use the link below to pre-order the CD before Friday for a discount. "I wanted you all to know what this album means to me; it comes from my heart and soul. I wanted to do it, to sing, because life is so beautiful at every stage. The hard times, they are simply the defining moments that make us who we are. Life, like the quote says “It ain’t over ’til the fat lady sings” –and I have Nutrisystem…so… that’s not going to happen again! LOL. So… I’m singing, with all my heart and soul. That’s why this album is so special for me; each song has its own story and it’s own personal meaning. I hope you will find your connection and meaning in each song as well. I am so grateful to all of you for your love and support throughout my career. I am thrilled for you to hear this new album, “Music is Medicine” because for me, music has always been a healing balm f

Led Zeppelin's Stairway to Heaven copyright infringement trial starts May 10th

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Led Zeppelin’s lead singer Robert Plant and guitarist Jimmy Page must face a US jury trial over whether they stole opening chords for their 1971 classic Stairway to Heaven. In a decision on Friday, US district judge Gary Klausner in Los Angeles said the song and the 1967 instrumental Taurus by the band Spirit were similar enough to let a jury decide whether Plant and Page were liable for copyright infringement. A trial is scheduled for May 10th. The lawsuit was brought by Michael Skidmore, a trustee for the late Randy Wolfe, also known as Randy California, who was Spirit’s guitarist and the composer of Taurus. Skidmore said Page may have been inspired to write Stairway to Heaven for Led Zeppelin after hearing Spirit perform Taurus while the bands toured together in 1968 and 1969, but that Wolfe never got credit.  The defendants said Wolfe was a songwriter-for-hire who had no copyright claim, and that the chord progressions were so clich├ęd that they did not deserve copyright