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It's time to find a different spot in the batting order for the veteran Boston Red Sox center fielder.
The name may be deceptive, but once they read into it, South Park fans will no doubt get this musical's outrageous humor.
After 12 years of eligibility, the first female-fronted hard rock band in history is now officially a part of rock and roll royalty.
Over 32 years after forming, Depeche Mode is showing no sign of slowing down.
This indie rock supergroup is touring again behind the reissue of their hit 2003 album Give Up.
The long wait for the prog rock legends' Hall of Fame induction is almost over, and a new tour is set to begin soon.
If you can keep a good thing going, why stop? Green Day's first rock opera is now three years into its run as a touring musical.
This upcoming landmark live release by these heavy metal pioneers features performances of at least one song from each JP album, 23 tracks total.
If Jeff Green is supposed to represent the future of the Boston Celtics franchise, well, the future is now.
Knudson spoke in depth about his band's music, current tour, his gear, and how he was influenced by another great band, My Morning Jacket.