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10 Unexpected Metalheads: Which Celebs Love Banging Their Heads To Heavy Metal?

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We all know what a metalhead looks like, right? They’re big, hairy dudes, covered in tattoos and wearing the prerequisite uniform of denim and leather, as Saxon sang of, covered in patches of their favorite heavy metal bands. Well, take a gander at the following glamorous, well-coiffed, self-professed heavy metal maniacs from the world’s of TV, film, sports and politics and prepare to have your narrow-minded prejudices shattered into a million pieces. Read more…

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That Metal Show: Alter Bridge + Matt Nathanson Visit Next Episode!

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It’s another week and another episode of That Metal Show is on the horizon and it’s a doozy. Joining Eddie, Don and Jim this week are Myles Kennedy and Mark Tremonti from Alter Bridge. They’ve got some amazing stories to share about Mark’s days in Creed and Myles jamming with everyone from Slash to Jimmy Page. And if that’s not enough singer-songwriter Matt Nathanson comes by to profess his undying love for all things metal. If that’s not enough we’ve got Scorpions on Skype and Steve Brown from Trixter as the special musical guest. Check out pictures from this week’s shoot and don’t forget to tune in to VH1 Classic this Saturday night at 11/10C to watch the latest episode of the only show on television on all things heavy metal and hard rock.

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MUSIC SEEN: Go Behind The Scenes Of You Oughta Know In Concert (PHOTOS)

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VH1′s first ever You Oughta Know In Concert went down at the Roseland Ballroom on November 11, 2013, and aired on VH1 last night. It featured performances from a wide-range of You Oughta Know alumni which ran the gamut from brand new artists (Lorde, JOHNNYSWIM, HAIM) and veterans (The Lumineers, Matt Nathanson, Ed Sheeran, Emeli Sandé) alike.

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You Oughta Know In Concert: Matt Nathanson Is On The Lookout For The Girl In The “Kinks Shirt”

We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again. Matt Nathanson was the MVP of the first ever You Oughta Know In Concert special, as he and his band played in eight, count ‘em, 8 songs for the adoring audience. Nathanson is the longest-tenured You Oughta Know artist of anyone on tonight’s bill, and he proved to be the most versatile of the bunch, too, performing 4 songs of original material, leading the way on three dynamic covers, and singing along to the all-star jam of “Ho Hey” led by The Lumineers.

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EXCLUSIVE SNEAK: “Come On Get Higher” With You Oughta Know Artist Matt Nathanson

It’s almost here! Only five more days until the inaugural You Oughta Know In Concert special airs this Thursday, November 21 at 9/8C. It features performances from You Oughta Know alumni both new (Lorde, HAIM, JOHNNYSWIM) and, well, not so new. Take, for instance, the talented Matt Nathanson, who has been part of the YOK family since 2008.

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Exclusive Sneak: Matt Nathanson Tackles Fellow You Oughta Know Alum Adele’s “Rolling In The Deep”

If you were to poll the attendees of this week’s You Oughta Know In Concert and ask them who the evening’s MVP was, you’d most likely see the name Matt Nathanson on a majority of the ballots.

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You Oughta Know In Concert Preview: Matt Nathanson

Matt Nathanson is one of the featured acts that will be performing live at the first ever You Oughta Know In Concert, which will be livestreaming exclusively on VH1.com on Monday, November 11, and then airing again in glorious HD on VH1 on Thursday, November 21. The 40-year-old singer/songwriter is currently supporting his new album, Last Of The Great Pretenders, which features the single “Kinks Shirt,” which he performed in full Halloween regalia on Big Morning Buzz Live last month.

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You Oughta Know Alum Matt Nathanson Thinks Lykke Li’s Album Is The Year’s Best

Fresh off of his appearance on yesterday’s Big Morning Buzz Live, we had the opportunity to sit down with Matt Nathanson, former You Oughta Know artist and the voice behind 2009′s platinum hit, “Come On Get Higher.” The self-proclaimed “music nerd” constantly suggests that his Twitter followers tap into the experience of listening to artists’ full albums, so every morning, he recommends one LP per day via the hashtag #morningrecords. The tune talk doesn’t stop there for Matt Nathanson, though; with a new album coming June 21st, he has his ears to the street, and since he’s a You Oughta Know alumnus, we were curious to know what artists he thinks are “on the rise.”

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