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3 hrs ago | International Business Times

Musician Tom DeLonge Encounters Multiple UFOs in San Diego

Last August 25, Blink-182 musician Tom DeLonge saw multiple UFOs in the skies of San Diego while driving his car through Former U.S. President Bill Clinton begins a discussion for the opening plenary session titled "The Age of Participation" on the first day of the 2014 Meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative University at Arizona State University ... (more)


Related Topix: UFO and Alien, Pop/Rock, Blink 182, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ

7 hrs ago | LA Weekly

Ramones Tribute at Hollywood Forever

On Sunday night, legions of Ramones fans descended on the Hollywood Forever Cemetery to pay tribute to Johnny Ramone.


Related Topix: The Ramones, Metal, Metallica

11 hrs ago |

Riot Fest announces new wave of bands for Denver stop

If the lineup of the Denver stop of Riot Fest didn't already pack enough punch for punk rock patrons, more bands have just joined the fold.


Related Topix: Strung Out

16 hrs ago | WOZZ-FM Appleton

Billie Joe Armstrong Gets New Signature Guitar -- Win One in Contest

Gone are the days of Billie Joe Armstrong wailing away on a banged up, sticker-lashed guitar.


Related Topix: Billie Joe Armstrong, Green Day, Pop/Rock

16 hrs ago |

Seminal punk rock band X returns to Philadelphia

A little over 34 years ago, the Los Angeles-based punk rock band X introduced themselves to music fans around the world with their debut album, "Los Angeles."


Related Topix: Los Angeles, CA

20 hrs ago | Harrogate Advertiser

Metronomy a cut above at Leeds Festival

Saturday saw a flurry of great performances at Leeds Fest, though overwhelmingly in stages under canvas rather than in the open air of the thinly attended main stage - from the raw excitement of Fat White Family to the deceptively sophisticated fun of Metronomy.


Related Topix: Nme

20 hrs ago | The Campbell Reporter

Hardly Strictly Bluegrass announces surprise-filled lineup

Social Distortion lead singer and guitarist Mike Ness performs in concert at the newly reopened Fox Theater in Oakland, Calif., on Friday, Feb. 6, 2009.


Related Topix: Social Distortion, Oakland, CA, San Francisco County, CA, San Francisco, CA, Music, Entertainment

Yesterday | Ealing Times

Axes up for Hornfest

The Bank Holiday Weekend was made for having a good time so if you love live music, Saturday is the time to head down The Horn.


Related Topix: Nofx

Mon Aug 25, 2014

Daily Press & Argus

Column: Remember the victims of communism

Seventy-five years ago this week, Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union signed a pact of non-aggression and cooperation.


Related Topix: The Stalin, Europe, World News, Lithuania, Opinion


Morrissey Is Making a Ramones Greatest Hits Album

Morrissey has taken a break from fighting with his record label to curate a new Ramones compilation featuring some of the band's greatest hits.


Related Topix: The Ramones

Contra Costa Times

Punk Rock Picnic or Hot Summer Night? You make the call

Your answer to that question will go a long way to deciding which of the two big Bay Area radio station shows to attend on Sunday.


Related Topix: Santa Clara County, CA, Mountain View, CA, Stiff Little Fingers, Heavy-Metal, Judas Priest

Get Reading

Reading Festival: Sunday round-up

Although it's usually the day when the heaviest rock bands take to the stage this year saw a slight difference in the line-up with dance acts also drawing big crowds to the festival.


Related Topix: Clean Bandit, Nme, Pop/Rock, Blink 182

Rise Against Says They Wanted "Different Sounds" for "The Black Market"

Rise Against frontman Tim McIlrath and guitarist Zach Blair say when the band got together to work on its latest album The Black Market , they were looking to bring some different flavors into the mix.


Related Topix: Rise Against, Pop/Rock

Laguna Niguel News

FYF survives growing pains

Against Me! frontwoman Laura Jane Grace beams at her audience Saturday during FYF Fest at L.A.'s Exposition Park.


Related Topix: Against Me!

Sun Aug 24, 2014

Henry Rollins Apologises For Suicide Article

Rocker Henry Rollins has issued a public apology for publishing a controversial article about suicide following the death of funnyman Robin Williams .


Related Topix: Black Flag

LA Weekly

Random Murders of 3 Rock the San Fernando Valley; Freeway Shooter Link Possible

Designed to demonstrate solidarity with the values and goals of the Martin Luther King's I Have a Dream speech, this event boasts a line up of professional and student dancers, plus LA Opera Young Artist soloists, a high school choir, a violin prodigy and a marching band.


Related Topix: The Ramones, Kirk Hammett, Los Angeles, CA


Arcade Fire continued their 3-night run at Barclays Center w/...

The three-night run at Barclays Center of Arcade Fire 's current tour , continued last night , with Marky Ramone joining the band for two Ramones covers, following NY Dolls' David Johansen joining them on night 1 .


Related Topix: Marky Ramone, The Ramones


Reading Festival 2014: Sunday as it happens

Reading Festival 2014 is in full swing, with a headline sets due today from Blink-182 and Disclosure, as well as appearances from The Horrors, Jungle and Klaxons.


Related Topix: Pop/Rock, Blink 182, Nme

Fall Out Boy's journey of exploration leads to Mount Pleasant

Despite the pipe dreams surfacing in abundance at the moment, don't hold out for a Fall Out Boy theme park to make its grand opening in the next year, says the pop-punk band's bassist Pete Wentz.


Related Topix: Pop/Rock, Fall Out Boy, Entertainment

WXPN-FM Philadelphia

The spirit of Fugazi is alive in Philly's Cassavetes and Split Red

Sure, it's possible that Philly punk four-piece Cassavetes picked its name as a tip of the hat to the American actor-director who starred in Rosemary's Baby and directed Faces, A Woman Under the Influence and a host of others.


Related Topix: Fugazi