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Tom Munro/Allure In the past, Janet Jackson has pledged never to discuss the infamous incident at the 2004 Super Bowl when Justin Timberlake exposed her breast.  But in her upcoming Lifetime documentary, she does, and in a new cover story in Allure — on newsstands January 18 — she alsoRead More →

Silver and Oolock are your Pet’s Of The Week over at The Animal Services Center Of The Mesilla Valley! You can visit the shelters website and give them a call today. Just write down the animal number of who you would like to visit. The Shelter opens up at noonRead More →

Clarence Clemons and Bruce Springsteen in 1980; Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images The late Clarence Clemons, founding sax player for Bruce Springsteen‘s E Street Band, was born 80 years ago today. Known as “The Big Man,” Clemons joined Springsteen’s group in 1972, and his saxophone became an integral part of TheRead More →

Interscope In his native U.K., Elton John scored three number-one hits in 2021. He wasn’t as lucky in the U.S., but he’s kicking off 2022 with his first stateside top 10 in 24 years. After its release in August of 2021, Elton’s duet with Dua Lipa, “Cold Heart (Pnau Remix),”Read More →

Courtesy of Scorpions The Scorpions will release the the title track of their upcoming studio album, Rock Believer, as an advance single this Thursday, January 13, at 10 a.m. ET. The veteran German hard rockers have debuted a snippet of the song at their TikTok and Facebook pages. In addition,Read More →

Courtesy of BeachLife Festival Steve Miller Band and Sheryl Crow are part of the lineup for the 2022 BeachLife Festival, taking place May 13-15 in Redondo Beach, California. The Miller Band will headline the event’s third and final day, while Crow also will be performing that day, as will UB40Read More →

Courtesy of Sammy Hagar After launching a six-show Las Vegas residency at The STRAT Theater this past fall, Sammy Hagar has announced six new dates at the venue, scheduled for February 9, 11 and 12, and March 23, 25 and 26. The “Sammy Hagar and Friends” shows will feature theRead More →

Credit: Penny Lancaster Stewart Starting in 2013, Rod Stewart has been on a songwriting roll that has seen him release multiple albums full of original songs, including his latest one, 2021’s The Tears of Hercules. But Rod says he’s now ready to put his own pen down for a bitRead More →

Peter Wafzig/Redferns via Getty Images After being postponed in 2020 because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Elton John‘s Farewell Yellow Brick Road Tour finally gets going again with a 2022 U.S. leg that kicks off January 19 in New Orleans. Elton’s longtime guitarist and music director Davey Johnstone tells ABC AudioRead More →

Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Woodstock 50 Michael Lang, co-organizer of the 1969 Woodstock festival and its subsequent anniversary events Woodstock ’94 and Woodstock ’99, died on Saturday, January 8, at age 77, Variety reports. Family spokesperson Michael Pagnotta revealed to the publication that Lang passed away at a New YorkRead More →