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Kiss Perform First Post-COVID Show at the Tribeca Film Festival

Legendary rockers Kiss returned to the stage in front of a live audience with a special performance at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York City. The face-painted rockers - made up of singer Paul Stanley, bassist Gene Simmons, guitarist Tommy Thayer and drummer Eric Singer - delivered a five-song set at the event. According to Setlist.fm, Kiss opened with their 1976 hit “Detroit Rock City,” before rolling through classic tracks “Shout It Out Loud,” “War Machine” and “Heavens on Fire.”
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36 Years Ago: Megadeth Unleash ‘Killing Is My Business… And Business Is Good’

Anyone who was around New York in 1983 when Metallica fired Dave Mustaine, drove him to the bus station and sent him on his way back to California without a handshake probably couldn’t imagine the fiery guitarist bouncing back soon after with a new band, Megadeth. He would go on to release one of the best thrash debuts ever, along with Metallica’s Kill ‘Em All, Exodus’ Bonded by Blood and Slayer’s Show No Mercy.
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40 Years Ago: Three Movies Signal the Birth of the ’80s

If there is ever a Hall of Fame of '80s Cultural Life, the date June 12, 1981 will have a display all of its own. This is because on that long ago Friday, were you a fan of movies, you would have been treated to the spectacle of having three memorable films open on the same day, all of which helped signal that a new moment in pop-culture had officially begun.
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Man in Critical Condition After Vehicles Exchange Gunfire at University-St. John Intersection

A man is in a local Lafayette hospital after being critically wounded in a shooting incident Friday afternoon near the intersection University and St. John intersection. According to Sgt. Wayne Griffin, Lafayette police officers responded to reports of suspects from two vehicles "shooting exchanging gunfire." Upon their arrival, officers found the male victim suffering from a gunshot wound.
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‘Loki’: What Happened in Each Timeline After the Avengers Took the Infinity Stones?

The following post contains minor spoilers for the first episode of Loki, and Avengers: Endgame. In Avengers: Endgame, Marvel’s heroes saved the universe by traveling back in time, stealing the Infinity Stones from the past, bringing them to the present, and using them to restore the half of the population wiped out by Thanos’ snap. In doing so, they created alternate realities that supposedly could only be fixed by returning the Infinity Stones to the exact moments they were taken, which Captain America heads off to do at the end of Endgame.
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Dennis DeYoung Releases New Single, ‘There’s No Turning Back Time’

Dennis DeYoung has released his final studio album, 26 East, Vol. 2, along with a high-octane new single titled “There’s No Turning Back Time.”. The progressive mini-epic opens with clean guitar arpeggios and DeYoung’s plaintive vocals. The song builds intensity as it approaches the middle, stacking DeYoung’s vocal harmonies atop distorted power chords, sprightly keyboard riffs and a dizzying synthesizer solo.
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Hear Van Morrison and Eric Clapton on Revamped Song ‘The Rebels’

Van Morrison and Eric Clapton have teamed for a new song, "The Rebels," a revamped version of "Where Have all the Rebels Gone?" from the former's recent solo LP. The duo — credited as Slowhand & Van — adds a gritty blues-rock spin to the track, with Clapton singing lead and adding various lead guitar licks. "Where have all the rebels gone? / Hidin' behind computer screens," he belts, with Morrison contributing harmonies throughout.
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The Most Underrated Song From Each David Gilmour and Roger Waters LP

The relationship between David Gilmour and Roger Waters, it seems, was always fraught. Their shared time in Pink Floyd, the moments when they worked together most closely, brought the group's highest acclaim – including 1971's Meddle, 1973's The Dark Side of the Moon and 1975's Wish You Were Here. But it never seemed to come easy, and Gilmour receded into the background for a time.
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Neil Finn Would ‘Gladly Step Aside’ for Lindsey Buckingham

Crowded House frontman Neil Finn said he’d “gladly step aside” to allow Lindsey Buckingham’s return to Fleetwood Mac. Finn joined the band alongside Mike Campbell in 2018 following Buckingham’s dismissal. While it’s not known if there’s any chance of a reunion, drummer Mick Fleetwood last year revealed the pair was back on speaking terms.