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Rock Out To Knock Out MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY

Start Time: Saturday, May 2, 2009 at 8:00pm

End Time: Sunday, May 3, 2009 at 1:00am

Location: The Trash Bar

Street: 256 Grand St.

City/Town: Brooklyn, NY

Price: $10 to get in

Age: 21 years or older to get in

Proceeds Benefit the MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY ASSOCIATION

Presented by ROCK AGAINST DYSTROPHY

Feat: ODD ZERO, BORGO PASS, BLACK WATER RISING, MISERY, MARTYRD & GODS GREEN EARTH

If you wish to make a donation
please e-mail TurboPromotions@gmail.com to get the information.

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Canada’s BIF NAKED, who is currently battling breast cancer, has issued the following update:

“A Hole in Every Port…

When last I wrote here… I was at my infusion on Monday, endeavouring to go into studio this week.

Nooooopers. Nopey. No dice.

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U2 came close to breaking up over Bono`s political involvement.

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Rocker NIKKI SIXX has apologised for reducing a female fan to tears after he hurled abuse at her for throwing a water bottle on-stage during a recent MOTLEY CRUE gig.
The bassist was introducing the band’s 1991 song Primal Scream when the plastic missile was sent flying towards the platform, prompting Sixx to single out the culprit and publicly chastise her in front of thousands of fans.

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The bassist, who currently performs alongside former Guns N’ Roses stars Slash and Matt Sorum in Velvet Revolver, admits he still “loves” ex-frontman Axl Rose and he’d seriously consider a get together – if everything felt right.

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The band that grew out of Chicago in the late 1960s had an unprecedented run of platinum, records in the late ’70s and a legion of fans who remain devoted and enthusiastic. Styx is as grandiose as ever in its third incarnation, with guitarists Tommy Shaw and James “J.Y.” Young and keyboardist Lawrence Gowan, who has assumed the role as lead singer.

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Joined by fellow bad boys Hinder, the metal vets of the 1980s were sturdier than usual in their 90-minute power set. Never mind the Jagermeister.

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obert Plant’s Grammy triumph prompts us to dig out this recent encounter with the Zeppelin legend–a magical day in Wales that included a tourist stop at the famous Bron-y-Aur cottage where Plant and Jimmy Page gave birth to Zep’s folk-infused third

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DETROIT (Billboard) – Rocker Eddie Money says his
autobiographical stage musical, “Two Tickets to Paradise,” was
“a lot more fun when it was a hobby. Now it’s a job.”

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If things have changed for Arnel Pineda since he joined the American rock band Journey two years ago, the band itself has evolved because of their new lead vocalist from the Philippines.

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