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Rolling Stones: Smoking or Chain Smoking?

08.23.2007

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Back in London for the last three shows of their Bigger Bang tour, the Rolling Stones are making headlines—not for their extraordinary endurance but for smoking onstage. Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood violated Britain’s new smoking ban during their Tuesday, August 21 show at the O2 arena.
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Old 97's Head Back to Studio

08.23.2007

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Recently missing in action were the Old 97’s, but we have good news. The band has picked Dallas-based singer-guitarist Salim Nourallah to produce their latest album.
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Pearl Jamless

Jaan Uhelszki
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08.23.2007

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If you’re wondering why you haven’t heard much from Pearl Jam, one of the reasons is that frontman Eddie Vedder has been busy doing other things, one of which is working out the kinks on his new super group with the Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Flea and Pearl Jam stickman Jack Irons.
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All You Need Is Wu

David Sprague
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08.23.2007

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If the Shoe Fits: New Nike Sneaker Modeled After Vintage Gibson Guitar Case

Jaan Uhelszki
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08.22.2007

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If you ever doubted that Gibson had sole, we have proof for you.
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Anarchy in the F-L-A

David Sprague
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08.17.2007

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Calling All Gallaghers

David Sprague
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08.17.2007

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Before They Make Me…Pirouette?!

David Sprague
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08.17.2007

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James Brown Will Not Go Peacefully

Jaan Uhelszki
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08.17.2007

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James Brown will not go peacefully, but then did you think he would? Seven months after his death, one of his estate's trustees has resigned after being accused of misappropriating funds. At a court session in South Carolina last week, David Cannon, who also resigned as co-executor of Brown's will, handed over a check for the 350-thousand dollars he was accused of absconding with.
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Cheap Trick Makes an Appearance

Jaan Uhelszki
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08.17.2007

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Powerpop progenitors Cheap Trick, who have covered the Beatles' "Magical Mystery Tour" and John Lennon's "Cold Turkey" just performed the entire Sgt. Pepper album from start to finish at L.A.'s Hollywood Bowl. Helping them out were special guests Aimee Mann, Joan Osborne, and Ministry's Al Jourgensen and Sin Quirin.
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