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Watch Eddie Vedder Masterfully Hit a Baseball While Surfing

Surfing can be a tricky task on its own. Same with hitting a baseball. Combine the two? You must be crazy. Eddie Vedder did exactly that in a new video he posted on Facebook and it might just be the most impressive thing you watch today.
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Silversun Pickups Share Cover of '80s Hit 'Toy Soldiers'

“We were thinking about songs from the ‘80s that we loved growing up, that had a big radio moment and was part of our cultural DNA,” says frontman Brian Aubert.
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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Cancels 2020 Induction Ceremony, Makes Changes to Future Events

The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame has cancelled its class of 2020 induction ceremony due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Rock Hall also announced changes to future induction ceremonies with the 2021 version taking place in the fall.
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My Chemical Romance's Gerard Way Debuts New Song for Season 2 of 'Umbrella Academy'

The official trailer for Umbrella Academy season two has dropped and features a new song by My Chemical Romance’s Gerard, Way called “Here Comes The End.”
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Watch Mark Hoppus Recreate Blink-182's 'Dammit' in 'The Last of Us Part II'

During multiple points in the game, you can pick up an acoustic guitar and “play” it by selecting chords and swiping the touch-pad on the PlayStation 4 controller.
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From Twenty One Pilots to the Killers the 2021 Mad Cool Lineup Is Here

After being postponed in 2020, Madrid’s Mad Cool Festival will return with a killer lineup. Today a majority of the acts on the festival’s lineup were announced, giving fans something to seriously look forward to next year.
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Ain't No Rest: Cage the Elephant 'Starting Writing' New Material

In a tweet, the “Ain’t No Rest for the Wicked” rockers reveal that they’re “starting writing together” again. However, they caution that a new record is not quite imminent.
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Pearl Jam, Rascal Flatts, Wiz Khalifa, Green Day Among Artists Receiving Federal PPP Loans

Numerous high-profile bands and musicians were on the list of recipients of PPP loans receiving a minimum of $150,000. The Eagles, Guns N’ Roses, Pearl Jam, Green Day, Tim McGraw, Wiz Khalifa, and more received PPP loans.
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'Don't Worry' and Watch The 1975's New Animated Video

The animated clip was created by Rindon Johnson as part of The 1975’s “online exhibition,” which consists of 15 different artists “responding” to songs from Notes.
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Post Malone's 'Circles' Just Won't Stop Spinning

Its latest feat: It’s just notched its 45th week on the publication’s Pop Songs radio airplay chart – that includes the 10 weeks it spent at number-one.
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