Waiting to hear Foo Fighters songs on Glee? Don't count on it happening anytime soon.
Front man Dave Grohl says it's every band's right to decide whether their songs should appear on the show and Glee creator Ryan Murphy shouldn't be offended if someone turns him down.
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Glee creator Ryan Murphy is not singing a happy tune about Kings of Leon.
Murphy slammed the band in a new interview with The Hollywood Reporter after the quartet turned down the show's request to perform "Use Somebody" several months back.
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"F--- you, Kings of Leon," Murphy told the magazine. "They're self-centered a--holes, and they missed the big picture. They missed that ...
Former Guns N' Roses guitarist Slash has called off his divorce from wife Perla Ferrar, according to People.
The 45-year-old rocker filed a request for dismissal of the divorce papers with Los Angeles County Superior Court. The move comes two months after ...
"Sweet Child O' Mind" Indian RemakeWe're not quite sure what the instruments used in this video are called (we think we saw Sting play one in concert, but then again, what do we know), but we really can't get over this awesome makeover of the Guns N Roses classic. It's far too much effort to explain the unique sound, so you're just gonna have to watch it for yourselves. For more great videos, check out our Online Video Guide now!
Prince has decided to sue YouTube and a bunch of other websites for unauthorized use of his music so that, according to Reuters, he can "reclaim his art on the Internet." Fine. But he'd damn well better leave my Apollonia videos alone.... According to thesmokinggun.com, Lance Armstrong is as mad as a wet cat — a wet cat with an attorney, I might add — that an Oklahoma firm is peddling pet collars modeled after his yellow "Livestrong" wristbands.... A security guard at a 1996 Guns N' Roses concert is finally getting around to suing Axl Rose for allegedly kicking him in the head during a performance.... Andy Garcia is being sued by a woman who claims his film, The Lost City, is based on her husband's life, TMZ says. Since her spouse is a sax player who was exiled from Cuba after Castro took over and Garcia plays a nightclub owner who flees of his own accord, I have a hunch this isn't going to go well for her.