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Legendary bassist Billy Sheehan says that he has no interest in joining MEGADETH as the replacement for the recently departed David Ellefson. Ellefson was dismissed from MEGADETH late last month, just days after sexually tinged messages and explicit video footage involving the bassist were posted on Twitter. Asked in a new interview with Rocking With Jam Man if he would consider stepping into the bassist slot in MEGADETH, Sheehan responded (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET): "No, not really. not necessarily my thing. But I wish all of...

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KISS frontman Paul Stanley, who frequently uses social media to share photos of his culinary creations, was asked in a new interview with Germany's Radio Bob! if he has any plans to eventually release a cookbook. He responded (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET): "Maybe at some point, but right now that cookbook would be very thin. If I were to collaborate with some of my friends who are chefs and whatever, I'd love to do a cookbook at some point." He continued: "It's a lot of fun and very gratifying to sit and eat something that you made...

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The O'Keefe Music Foundation has uploaded a new video of around half a dozen kids performing a cover version of SEPULTURA's classic song "Roots Bloody Roots". Recorded entirely in a garage, the kids' rendition of the track proves that you don't need...

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K.K. Downing has reflected on the albums JUDAS PRIEST made with singer Tim "Ripper" Owens, saying that fans have grown to appreciate them more in the two decades since they were released. Owens joined PRIEST in 1996 and recorded two studio albums with the band — 1997's "Jugulator" and 2001's "Demolition" — before PRIEST reunited with Rob Halford in 2003. Downing discussed Owens's time with PRIEST during a new interview with Rodrigo Altaf of Sonic Perspectives. After Rodrigo noted that "Jugulator" and "Demolition" were "unfairly"...

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EDDIE VAN HALEN Stage-Used Charvel EVH Art Series Electric Guitar Up For Auction
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A stage-used Charvel EVH Art Series electric guitar played by Eddie Van Halen during a VAN HALEN concert in 2012 is one of over 400 items spanning the history of popular music that are being auctioned as part of RR Auction's summer installment of the "Marvels Of Modern Music" series. The Charvel EVH Art Series electric guitar with yellow-and-black stripe pattern was played during a VAN HALEN concert at the Scottrade Center by Eddie Van Halen, who has personally hand-striped the body and signed in silver ink, "St. Louis, Mo., 4-29-12, Eddie...

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