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GILF ALERT: We Can’t Believe These Rock Greats Are Grandparents!

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Think about what your grandparents look like and now look at the grandparents that we found in music. You are not going to believe your eyes…

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You’ll Never Guess Where These 20 Legendary Musicians Worked Before They Were Famous!

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We all gotta make a buck -even future-megastars! Before the whole music thing panned out, some of the biggest rock ‘n’ rollers, divas and rappers held down regular 9-5 shifts just like you and me. But some of these early gigs weren’t so regular after all. From digging graves to working in psych wards, shoveling goodness-knows-what at a slaughterhouse, handling fish and breaking codes for the Army, these folks definitely earned their keep!

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Take The Money And Run: The 20 Costliest Divorces In Music History

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Last week we celebrated Valentine’s Day by bringing you the most romantic moments in heavy metal. But now Cupid has flown, the long holiday weekend is over, and it’s snowing out. So it seemed like a pretty good time to follow up the lovey dovey with a healthy dose of realism. Yes, it’s time to take a look at the most expensive divorces in music history! Read more…

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They’re With the Band! And The Front Man,Too! The 10 Most Celebrated Groupies Ever

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Forget the drugs, the cars, the Grammys, the stadiums of hysterical fans. The real reason musicians even pick up a guitar in the first place? The girls. Since the beginning of the rock era, groupies (or muses, or band-aids) are what make the music world go around, kids! From classy chicks with a penchant for rock star boyfriends/husbands to the quintessential tour bus broads, these ten groupies are the most celebrated of all time.

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The President Jokes With You Oughta Know Artist Gary Clark Jr. About Being The Young Guy In Blues

Gary Clark Jr. may be the future of blues. His sound stretches widely covering various genres so squeezing him into the compacted box of one genre isn’t fair, but it’s clear blues is in his soul. This month’s YOK artist has been making music for years although he’s fairly new to the mainstream eye. His talent supersedes his young 28 years enough for an invitation to play at the White House. On February 21, GCJ played at the “In Performance at the White House: Red, White and Blues” alongside legends like B.B.King, Buddy Guy and Mick Jagger. And sharing a joke with the president turned this into a dream gig of a lifetime for the guitar player and singer. Read more…