Video: UDO DIRKSCHNEIDER Performs ACCEPT Classics In New York City
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Fan-filmed video footage of DIRKSCHNEIDER, the band fronted by former ACCEPT and current U.D.O. singer Udo Dirkschneider, performing on January 5 at Stage 48 in New York City can be seen below. Udo recently told Finland's Kaaos TV about the ongoing DIRKSCHNEIDER "Back To The Roots - Farewell To Accept" tour, during which is playing classic ACCEPT songs for the last time: "There was already a plan that we do the second part of this. I mean, so many people wanna have this show. And we not in Austria, we not in Italy, we'll do more shows in...

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Legendary ‘Singles’ Soundtrack Getting 25th-Anniversary Reissue
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According to The Pulse Of Radio, the soundtrack to the 1992 movie "Singles", which also served as a sort of sonic guide to the Seattle grunge scene and featured exclusive tracks from the likes of SOUNDGARDEN and PEARL JAM, is getting the 25th-anniversary deluxe reissue treatment. The February 17 release will contain the original soundtrack — featuring the bands above plus ALICE IN CHAINS, MOTHER LOVE BONE, SCREAMING TREES, MUDHONEY and others — on one disc, while a second CD will include songs that didn't make the initial release...

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BLACK SABBATH guitarist Tony Iommi has successfully undergone an operation to remove a noncancerous lump from his throat. Back in December, Tony revealed in an interview that doctors discovered new activity in his throat and they were unsure whether...

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BLACK SABBATH guitarist Tony Iommi has successfully undergone an operation to remove a noncancerous lump from his throat. Back in December, Tony revealed in an interview that doctors discovered new activity in his throat and they were unsure whether...

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It was the early '90s — seemingly out of nowhere, a little grunge band called NIRVANA began outselling massive commercial artists like Michael Jackson. This immediately caught the attention of the giant record companies. These small underground bands branded as "alternative" or "post-punk" went from being inconsequential to being potential behemoths in record sales — and the hunt began. Hungrily sweeping for the next NIRVANA, a buying frenzy ensued as small indie labels were bought out by the commercial labels on a...

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