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Rage Against The Machine Bassist Really Sorry About Limp Bizkit
"I feel really bad that we inspired such bulls**t."
Ed Sheeran Cracks Up Singing Limp Bizkit And Ty Dolla $ign
And for all the haters out there who think the singer should stick to romantic gestures and slower songs instead of Ty Dolla
Peter Frampton and the Vandalization of a Memory
Earlier this week, rock guitar icon Peter Frampton grabbed headlines by standing up to a couple of fans at his Carmel, Indiana concert who had ignored his pleas to not record video during the show.
Let's Revisit The Chaos Of Woodstock '99, 'The Day The Music Died'
Here is photographic evidence of Woodstock '99's descent into bedlam: There were no casualties, but the San Francisco Chronicle
Screaming Tuba Players Sings "I Knew You Were Trouble" By Taylor Swift
On-Air Personality, Founder @WhatsTrending
First, there were goats. Now, we have the shrill scream of a terrified tuba player to collaborate with pop culture's hottest
Limp Bizkit Drops Bizarre New Video With Lil' Wayne
'Ready To Go,' Limp Bizkit's Latest Track, Features Lil Wayne, Blasts Britney
"It sounds like a monster; it literally sounds dangerous," Durst told Billboard about the track last year. "It sounds like
Dog Ears Music: Working Class Hero Playlist
The Everlasting Phil Ramone and Danielle Evin
Producer extraordinaire (Ramone) and acclaimed singer-songwrit...
This week our playlist includes music by John Lennon, Louis Armstrong, The Avett Brothers, Elvis Costello, The Black Eyed Peas and more.
Fred Durst Says Limp Bizkit Is 'Over,' Twitter Asks If It's Still 2002
Durst told rock magazine Kerrang! that Limp Bizkit, which first formed in 1994 and became most popular in the late 1990s
's Summer Beats, Plus Conversations with Matchbox Twenty's Rob Thomas and Cassidy and The Drowning Men's Exclusive
Trafficbeat Entertainment, Music Biz Vet
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Orgy (The Band) Is Back
thisisasides.com host and founder, published author, consultan...
At a show last month in New York -- Irving Plaza to be exact -- Jamie Miller and Jay Gordon discussed what's new and what's up with the band.
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