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Courtesy of Heart of Bone A capsule collection of newly designed AC/DC jewelry, T-shirts and sweaters officially sanctioned by the band are being sold at HeartofBone.com and CustomCreed.com. The Heart of Bone x AC/DC collection offers rings featuring the band’s classic logo made out of either 9-karat gold, sterling silverRead More →

Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for RS In a new BBC radio interview, Mick Jagger discussed some of the new music he’s been working on during the COVID-19 pandemic, including the just-released collaborative single he recorded remotely with Foo Fighters‘ Dave Grohl, “Eazy Sleazy.” The Rolling Stones frontman reveals that he’s beenRead More →

Rhino Blow the dust off your turntable: Some of Rod Stewart‘s most popular albums are coming to you in a new vinyl box set, along with some outtakes and rarities. The collection, Rod Stewart 1975-1978, features the rocker’s first four albums for Warner Records: 1975’s Atlantic Crossing, 1976’s A NightRead More →

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