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Scott Ian is a huge KISS fan, but he has an unusual opinion about the band's upcoming induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame: Who cares?
Contrary to a recent article from Billboard reporting that U2's next studio album won't be released until next year, a spokesperson for the band tells U.K. newspaper The Guardian that the record is still expected to be released in 2014.
Gene Simmons will guest-star in an episode of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, set to air this week. The KISS singer/bassist will play -- guess what? -- a rock star on the crime drama, accused of murder. In the hammy trailer for the show, Simmons is questioned by detectives for slaying a groupie and growls, "If you think I'm a killer, you can kiss my..."
A new theatrical film based on two famous interviews that John Lennon gave a decade apart is set to get its world premiere this week at the South by Southwest film festival in Austin, Texas. Rubber Soul examines Lennon's dynamic personality and changing beliefs by contrasting recreated conversations that the late Beatles legend and his wife, Yoko Ono, had with Rolling Stone magazine in December 1970 and with Playboy in September 1980.
After undergoing a procedure to treat a coronary blockage last month, David Crosby is back on the road. The folk-rock legend and his longtime band mates Stephen Stills and Graham Nash kicked off a brief U.S. tour this past Tuesday that's scheduled to run until a March 24 show in Durham, North Carolina.
(NEW YORK) -- Monday night's three-hour finale of The Bachelor saw Juan Pablo Galavis eliminate Clare Crawley in a surprise decision, then choose Nikki Ferrell -- but refuse to propose to her. His choice led to a live After the Final Rose special in which both the assembled studio audience and host Chris Harrison became increasingly frustrated with the former soccer player.
(NEW YORK) -- Joe McGinniss, a best-selling political and investigative reporter who became a thorn in the side of Sarah Palin, has died from complications related to prostate cancer. He was 71.
(NEW YORK) -- The first season of True Detective ended Sunday night with strong ratings for HBO.
(NEW YORK) -- There's no hope left for Raising Hope. Fox has cancelled the comedy after four seasons.
(NEW YORK) -- Jennifer Garner and Jane Lynch are among the celebrities who are joining Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg's Lean In foundation and the Girl Scouts for the newly launched "Ban Bossy" campaign.