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The following content may contain Chewy links. PetMD is operated by Chewy. Listening to certain songs can help soothe and calm you during stressful times. While research has documented the therapeutic effects of sound and music on the human brain, could listening to music calm dogs, too?. And if so,...
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Click here to read the full article. When original Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers drummer Stan Lynch was let go from the group in 1995 — or “excommunicated,” to use his own term —he started a new chapter of his life in Florida as a producer-songwriter and rarely looked back. His only encounter with Petty in the years that followed took place in 2002 at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony, and the only communication he can recall from guitarist Mike Campbell in the two decades since that night was a brief phone call in 2017 shortly...
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1980 was heavy metal’s breakout year. Like barbarian hordes storming the gates of Rome, the much maligned genre ravaged the pop charts and set young minds ablaze thanks to landmark albums from AC/DC, Judas Priest, Motörhead and Iron Maiden. Spring and fall of this annus metallum were marked by the return of metal’s godfathers, albeit in dueling altered forms. In April, Black Sabbath released Heaven and Hell, their first album to feature dragon-slaying operatic vocalist Ronnie James Dio. Come September, their disgraced former singer would have his revenge, as Ozzy Osbourne issued his classic solo debut, Blizzard of Ozz, which showcased the breathtaking guitar virtuosity of newcomer Randy Rhoads.
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With Harry Styles's release of "Harry's House," fans are treated to another layer of the popular British singer. The album, released May 20, is Styles's third and opens the door to a more vulnerable side to him. He's been open in interviews that this album is one he's immensely proud of because it feels so honest. "I was kind of like, 'It'd be really fun to make an album called Harry's House,' and thought about it being this smaller thing," he told Apple Music, adding that the album "feels like me." He said he treated it like "a day in the life" with himself, using songs that he would want to listen to, including fun music, sad music, and everything in between. "I think while it obviously is a lot more electronic in a lot of places than anything I've made, it's also so much more intimate to me," he shared. "And so much more intimately made . . . And this is my favorite album at the moment, and I love it so much."
"I blew a fuse for a second."
Rhino Records has announced a super deluxe edition of Dio’s 1983 debut album Holy Diver, complete with unreleased outtakes, live tracks and rarities. Newly remixed by Joe Barresi – known for his work with Tool, Queens of the Stone Age and Slipknot – the set will be available in four-CD, two-LP and digital editions, and released on July 8, marking what would have been Ronnie James Dio’s 80th birthday on July 10.
A star-studded and diverse roster of artists has contributed to a new album paying homage to the music of Eric Clapton. The aptly titled A Tribute to Eric Clapton will be released on June 17 and can be preordered now on CD, as a limited-edition gold-vinyl LP and via digital formats. The album features renditions of a dozen of the guitar legend’s best-known songs, including tunes from his solo career and from his old bands The Yardbirds, Cream, Blind Faith and Derek and the Dominos.
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