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Joan Jett Forced Off Parade Float by Protesters
The small, plucky band of rebels known as meat eaters struck a mighty blow against the vegetarian forces that otherwise dominate our society so strongly… by forcing Joan Jett to move her (still happening) performance from one float to another at the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. Acco…
The Beatles Release Video for ‘Words Of Love’
Subscribe to WPDH on Youtube To help promote their new collection, ‘On Air — Live at the BBC Volume 2,’ the Beatles have released a video for Buddy Holly’s ‘Words of Love.’ The clip combines period-specific archival footage of the group displaying their famo…
Journey Donates to Philippines Relief Effort
The devastation caused by Typhoon Haiyan has mobilized the world in relief efforts. Among those who have contributed are Journey, who have donated $350,000 to the cause. Billboard is reporting that the band, along with Live Nation Entertainment, Creative Artists Agency and their manager, John Baruck…
Robert Plant to Play for Favorite Soccer Team
One would think that, by now, Robert Plant has fulfilled all of his childhood dreams. However, he will make another one come true next year when he takes the field for Wolverhampton Wanderers, the soccer team he has supported since he was a boy. Sportsmole reports that Plant will suit up for the tea…
Led Zeppelin Readying Unreleased Material for New Box Sets
Hang onto your wallets, Led Zeppelin fans: 2014 promises to bring a mother lode of newly remastered and previously unreleased material, all spread out over a series of box sets devoted to each of the band’s albums. Jimmy Page has been holed up in the studio poring over Zeppelin’s archi…
U2’s Longtime Manager Announces Retirement
It turns out U2‘s upcoming album won’t be the only new thing about the band in 2014. For the first time in nearly 35 years, they’ll also be operating under new management. Longtime manager Paul McGuiness, who’s been responsible for keeping track of U2’s increasingl…
46 Years Ago: Cream Release ‘Disraeli Gears’
‘Disraeli Gears’ was the second album Cream released in their ever so short career, and 46 years later, it still shines as their crowning achievement. Issued in November of 1967, the landmark LP saw Cream flipping the switch toward full-on psychedelia while remaining true to the blues …