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Howard Stern to Induct Jon Bon Jovi into RRHOF

Bon Jovi announced on Howard Stern’s SiriusXM radio show that he has selected Stern to induct him at the 33 annual Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. “You’ve only ever been my first choice. Our careers have paralleled in a lot of ways…and we do this at this point because we love the people we work…Continue Reading

Check Your Boys!

Check Your Boys!

April is Testicular Cancer Awareness month, a great reminder for you to CHECK YOUR BOYS! I know, maybe this a little weird since this is a taboo topic, but I know from experience how hard it is to watch a friend or family member go through cancer.. and trust me, it is one of the…Continue Reading

Freddie Mercury’s Notebook to be Sold for Auction

A notebook from the last three years of Queen’s late, great front-man Freddie Mercury will be sold to the highest bidder in June. The book contains lyrics to 19 Queen tracks, including The Miracle, Innuendo and Too Much Love Will Kill You. To read more about this, visit: http://teamrock.com/news/2016-04-21/freddie-mercury-notebook-to-be-auctionedContinue Reading

Pink Floyd Album Syncs with Star Wars Movie

Forget The Wizard of Oz, the internet has been buzzing about the discovery of synchronicity between Pink Floyd’s iconic Dark Side of the Moon album and the new Star Wars: the Force Awakens when both are being played together simultaneously. Visit ultimateclassicrock.com/dark-side-of-the-moon-force-awakens/ to see a short video clip demonstrating what it looks and sounds like together.  Continue Reading

“Thunderstruck” Effective in Chemotherapy Treatment

“Thunderstruck” Effective in Chemotherapy Treatment

At the University of South Australia, they found AC/DC’s song “Thunderstruck” to be effective with improving the efficiency of the chemo therapy drug. Vibrations from the music cause the particles to bounce which covers the cancerous cells more evenly and creates a plasma polymer overlay that prevents the drug from escaping. They chose “Thunderstruck” because…Continue Reading