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Nahrávajúci muzikant SIR IVAN vydáva novú hymnu proti ozbrojenému násiliu: „I Am Peaceman" (naspievanú s Debbie Gibsonovou)

SIR IVAN feat. Debbie Gibson "I Am Peaceman" (Riddler Radio Mix)Daruje 10 000 USD psychiatrickému oddeleniu nemocnice Mercy v Chicagu
NEW YORK, 7. júna 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Nahrávajúci umelec SIR IVAN vydal tento týždeň nový singel „I Am Peaceman”. V novej piesni si vypočujete ikonickú speváčku Debbie Gibsonovú a výnosy z predaja singlu pomôžu…

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Nahrávací umělec SIR IVAN vydal novou hymnu proti ozbrojenému násilí: „I Am Peaceman" (s účastí Debbie Gibson)

SIR IVAN feat. Debbie Gibson "I Am Peaceman" (Riddler Radio Mix)Daroval 10 000 USD psychiatrickému oddělení nemocnice Mercy Hospital in Chicagu
NEW YORK, 7. června 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Nahrávací umělec SIR IVAN vydal tento týden svůj nový singl „I Am Peaceman”. Tato nová píseň je nahrána ve spolupráci s ikonickou zpěvačkou Debbie Gibson a má…

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Der Studiomusiker SIR IVAN bringt neue Hymne gegen Waffengewalt heraus: „I Am Peaceman" (mit Debbie Gibson)

SIR IVAN feat. Debbie Gibson "I Am Peaceman" (Riddler Radio Mix)Er spendet der psychiatrischen Abteilung des Mercy Hospital in Chicago $ 10.000
NEW YORK, 7. Juni 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Der Studiomusiker SIR IVAN brachte in dieser Woche seine neue Single „I Am Peaceman” heraus. In dem Song tritt auch die ikonische Künstlerin Debbie Gibson auf und er…

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Legendarny pianista Byron Janis wydaje pierwszy album z trzyczęściowej serii

NOWY JORK, 7 czerwca 2017 r. /PRNewswire/ — Legendarny pianista Byron Janis wydaje album „Byron Janis Live on Tour”, na którym znajdują się wcześniej niepublikowane nagrania koncertów na żywo w wykonaniu znanego artysty. Jest to pierwsza publikacja nowego materiału mistrza Janisa w…

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Легендарный пианист Байрон Дженис выпускает первый альбом из трилогии

НЬЮ-ЙОРК (NEW YORK), 7 июня 2017 г. /PRNewswire/ — Легенда фортепиано Байрон Дженис выпускает Byron Janis Live on Tour – альбом из никогда ранее не публиковавшихся живых записей выступлений мировой знаменитости. Это первый презентация нового материала маэстро Джениса за последние…

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Исполнитель SIR IVAN представляет новый «гимн» против насилия с применением оружия: «I Am Peaceman» (при участии Дебби Гибсон)

SIR IVAN feat. Debbie Gibson "I Am Peaceman" (Riddler Radio Mix)Артист пожертвовал 10 000 долл. США психиатрическому отделению больницы «Мёрси» в Чикаго
НЬЮ-ЙОРК (NEW YORK), 7 июня 2017 г. /PRNewswire/ — Исполнитель SIR IVAN на этой неделе выпустил новый сингл “I Am Peaceman”. Новая композиция создана с участием легендарной певицы Дебби Гибсон…

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Read Eddie Vedder's Moving Tribute to 'Older Brother' Chris Cornell

Eddie Vedder poignantly addressed the death of Chris Cornell during a concert in London Tuesday. A transcript of the musician’s remarks appeared on the Pearl Jam message board.

According to the transcript, Vedder never mentioned Cornell by name, though spoke candidly about his struggle to cope with losing “a really close friend of mine.” Cornell died by suicide in a Detroit hotel room last month at the age of 52.

“I want to be there for the family, be there for the community, be there for my brothers in my band, certainly the brothers in his band,” said Vedder. “But these things will take time, but my friend is going to be gone forever and I will just have to … These things take time and I just want to send this out to everyone who was affected by it, and they all back home and here appreciate it so deeply, the support and the good thoughts of a man who was a … you know he wasn’t just a friend, he was someone I looked up to like my older brother.”

Two days after Cornell’s death, Vedder said he woke up in the middle of the night, his head filled with memories. “I couldn’t stop the memories,” he said. “And trying to sleep it was like if the neighbors had the music playing and you couldn’t stop it. But then it was fine because then it got into little memories. It just kept going and going and going. And I realized how lucky I was to have hours worth of … you know, if each of these memories was quick and I had hours of them. How fortunate was I? And I didn’t want to be sad, wanted to be grateful not sad. I’m still thinking about those memories and I will live with those memories in my heart and I will love him forever.”

Vedder has a strict “performance etiquette policy” that prohibits recording at his concerts, so a video of his remarks has not surfaced. Prior to his speech in London, Vedder had peppered a recent solo concert with tributes to Cornell, altering lyrics to Pearl Jam’s “Long Road,” covering Neil Young’s “The Needle and the Damage Done” and Fugazi’s “I’m So Tired.”

Transcript of Eddie Vedder’s Remarks on Chris Cornell

Sometimes it’s hard to concentrate these days. I was thinking about the history of this building and the Bowie history. So I started to think about that and my mind began to wander. It’s not a good…

So I haven’t really been talking about some things and I kind of… now it feels like it’s conspicuous because I lost a really close friend of mine, somebody who…(applause).

I’ll say this too, I grew up as 4 boys, 4 brothers and I lost my brother 2 years ago tragically like that in an accident and after that and losing a few other people, I’m not good at it, meaning I’m not…I have not been willing to accept the reality and that’s just how I’m dealing with it (applause starts).

No, no, no, no

So I want to be there for the family, be there for the community, be there for my brothers in my band, certainly the brothers in his band. But these things will take time but my friend is going to be gone forever and I will just have to…

These things take time and I just want to send this out to everyone who was affected by it and they all back home and here appreciate it so deeply the support and the good thoughts of a man who was a … you know he wasn’t just a friend he was someone I looked up to like my older brother.

About two days after the news, I think it was the second night we were sleeping in this little cabin near the water, a place he would’ve loved. And all these memories started coming in about 1:30am like woke me up. Like big memories, memories I would think about all the time. Like the memories were big muscles.

And then I couldn’t stop the memories. And trying to sleep it was like if the neighbors had the music playing and you couldn’t stop it. But then it was fine because then it got into little memories. It just kept going and going and going. And I realized how lucky I was to have hours worth of…you know if each of these memories was quick and I had hours of them. How fortunate was I?! And I didn’t want to be sad, wanted to be grateful not sad. I’m still thinking about those memories and I will live with those memories in my heart and I will…love him forever.

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Watch Blink-182's Endearing Home Movies in Charming New Video

Blink-182 share their home movies in the poignant new video for “Home Is Such a Lonely Place,” off their 2016 album, California.

The Jason Goldwatch-directed clip uses Super 8 cameras to capture bandmates Mark Hoppus, Travis Barker and Matt Skiba interacting with friends and family as they prepare to leave home on tour. The endearing clip includes footage of Hoppus teaching his son guitar, Skiba playing with his pet pitbulls and Barker inking up his son’s face with temporary tattoos. As the acoustic-driven ballad strives forward, all three members leave home and arrive at an arena where they take the stage to bash out one last massive chorus.

In May, Blink-182 released a deluxe edition of California, which included 11 new songs and an acoustic version of album cut “Bored to Death.” The band will embark on an international tour June 9th and another North American leg July 28th at Citi Field in New York City.

Blink-182 released California last June. The album notably marked the group’s first with Skiba and without co-founder, Tom DeLonge, who left Blink-182 in 2015. DeLonge has since thrown himself into a massive multi-media project, To the Stars, which comprises music, film and books.

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Photos: Florida Georgia Line Kick Open The Doors To FGL House In Epic Fashion

Florida Georgia Line open FGL HOUSE in Nashville, TN (6/5).  Photo Credit: John Shearer / Getty ImagesNASHVILLE, Tenn., June 6, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Superstar duo FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE kicked open the doors to their first restaurant and entertainment destination on Monday night (6/5), inviting hundreds of friends and fans to explore four stories of epic vibes and great times at the Grand…

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Pearl Jam's Mike McCready: Dave Abbruzzese 'Should've Been in Rock Hall'

Pearl Jam guitarist Mike McCready said the band’s former drummer Dave Abbruzzese “should’ve been in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame” during an interview on Sirius XM’s Feedback Tuesday. Abbruzzese was not included on the Pearl Jam roster when the band was nominated for the Rock Hall and has continued to rail against the snub since their induction. 

“Dave was integral at the part when we were starting to take off, and we were playing at Lollapalooza and we were opening for the Chili Peppers and Soundgarden and all that stuff,” McCready said. “And we had to have a drummer because things were blowing up really quickly and he was there right when that was happening.”

Abbruzzese played on two of Pearl Jam’s biggest records, Vs. and Vitalogy, but neither he nor the band’s other two ex-drummers Matt Chamberlain and Jack Irons were inducted. (Current drummer Matt Cameron and Dave Krusen, who played on the band’s debut Ten, entered the Rock Hall). After Abbruzzese lashed out at the snub, Pearl Jam invited every drummer to the induction ceremony. While Cameron, Krusen and Irons attended, Abbruzzese did not and later claimed Pearl Jam’s statement didn’t qualify as an official invitation.

Still, McCready only had kind words for Abbruzzese, saying the two were “the tightest in that band” and adding later of his contributions, “He rode that wave and helped us through that, and so I felt like he should’ve been a part of that and he should be acknowledged because he was an amazing drummer.”

Elsewhere in his Feedback interview, McCready spoke about the sudden death of Chris Cornell, who died by suicide in a Detroit hotel room last month. “I’m still reeling from that,” McCready said. “It was a terrible tragedy. I really loved him like a brother.”

While McCready and Cornell both burst out of the Seattle grunge scene as members of Pearl Jam and Soundgarden, respectively, they also played together in Temple of the Dog, who released their one and only record in 1991.

“He was really instrumental in kind of getting me to play on his record. He allowed me to play on the Temple of the Dog record and let me take chances when he didn’t have to do that,” McCready recalled. “He was always that way with me … In terms of playing music, and the Temple tour, that was just a dream come true for me.”

McCready also spoke about his new book of Polaroid pictures, Of Potato Heads and Polaroids: My Life Inside and Out of Pearl Jam, which is filled with candid shots from throughout the guitarist’s career. McCready told the stories behind two photographs: One with Paul McCartney and Lady Gaga and one of book’s first pictures, which features McCready, Eddie Vedder, Heart’s Nancy Wilson and Chris Cornell.

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