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  • Sinead O'Connor's hopeless advice for Miley Cyrus

    God bless Sinead O’Connor, the prickly Irish rock singer who once ripped a photograph of the pope on live TV to protest the Catholic Church’s child sex abuse scandal, for trying to school Miley Cyrus on the pitfalls of female sexual...
  • Phish and Hampton Coliseum: A musical love story

    Vermont-based improvisational rock band Phish has played Hampton Coliseum 15 times. Most of the concerts have been part of two- or three-night stands. In recent years, the band's visits to Hampton have coincided with key moments in Phish history. Here's a...
  • Rolling Stone Story On Hernandez Talks Of Drug Use, Guns

    Rolling Stone Story On Hernandez Talks Of Drug Use, Guns
    Aaron Hernandez was a heavy drug user during his days with the Patriots and his behavior angered coach Bill Belichick to the point that his job was in jeopardy, according to Rolling Stone magazine. In story excerpts from "The Gangster in the Huddle"...
  • Mickey Baker dies at 87; rhythm and blues, rock guitarist

    Mickey Baker, an exceptional 1950s session guitarist who played on hundreds of recordings, helping to transform rhythm and blues into rock 'n' roll, died Tuesday at his home near Toulouse, France, according to French media reports. He was 87. A cause of...
  • Ray Collins dies; singer with the Mothers of Invention was 75

    Ray Collins dies; singer with the Mothers of Invention was 75
    The Soul Giants were a struggling R&B cover band in Pomona in the mid-1960s when lead singer Ray Collins fired the group's guitarist and invited a musical collaborator from Rancho Cucamonga to take his place. His name was Frank Zappa. The band soon...
  • Michael Hastings dies at 33; his article led general to resign

    Michael Hastings, an aggressive and iconoclastic journalist whose reporting exposed the vagaries of the war in Iraq and helped bring down the top U.S. general in Afghanistan, died early Tuesday in a car crash in Los Angeles, according to two of his...
  • Reg Presley dies at 71; sang Troggs' 'Wild Thing'

    Reg Presley dies at 71; sang Troggs' 'Wild Thing'
    The structure is simple, the guitar riffs basic, the lyrics at best inane, but the Troggs' "Wild Thing" remains a garage-rock classic more than 45 years after its 1966 release made the British group and lead singer Reg Presley international stars....
  • How to handle a social media crisis

    How to handle a social media crisis
    Whether you post on a Facebook profile with 20 followers or are in charge of a big brand with 20,000, everyone should have a social media crisis plan. The recent outcry over Rolling Stone's decision to put Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev...
  • Dave Matthews Band summer tour coming to West Palm Beach

    Dave Matthews Band summer tour coming to West Palm Beach
    The Dave Matthews Band will play two shows at the Cruzan Amphitheatre in West Palm Beach on its just-announced summer tour. The performances on July 19-20 make South Florida one of just a handful of markets hosting multinight tour stops. The only...
  • Rolling Stone sales doubled for issue featuring Boston bomber

    So much for a boycott.  Sales doubled for Rolling Stone's controversial July issue featuring Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the alleged Boston bomber.  The issue sold 13,332 copies since July 19 at 1,420 retail stores -- nearly double the magazine's 52-week...
  • Officer who released 'real' Boston bombing suspect photos has hearing

    A Massachusetts State Police sergeant faces a discipline hearing Tuesday morning because he released photographs of accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev to protest a Rolling Stone magazine cover that many thought glorified the defendant....