Music: Foo Fighters Share New Song, We Were Young Festival, Pearl Jam +More

Foo Fighters Share New Fraggle Rock Song

The Foo Fighters are going into the world of the Muppets! They have released a new bombastic Fraggle Rock song called "Fraggle Rock Rock." 

The new song is on the "Fraggle Rock: Back to Rock" album. This is the soundtrack of the reboot of "The Muppets," Jim Henson's 1980s kid series that was about the puppets. The new show is set to air on Friday 

The track appears on the new album Fraggle Rock: Back to the Rock, the soundtrack to the reboot of Jim Henson's 1980s kids' TV series about cave-dwelling fantasy puppet creatures of the same name. 

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We Were Young Festival Adds Second Date

The "When We Were Young" festival was such a hit-upon announcement that it has announced a second date of Sunday, October 23rd. Day 2 will have the same lineup as Day 1, which is led by My Chemical Romance and Paramore. The lineup also has to Bring Me the Horizon, A Day to Remember, Avril Lavigne, Bright Eyes, Jimmy Eat World, AFI, The Used, the All American Rejects, Taking Back Sunday, Car Seat Headrest, Dashboard Confessional, Alkaline Trio, Manchester Orchestra, Pierce the Veil, I Prevail and the Story So Far.

The festival has also sparked some safety concerns especially post Astroworld tragedy. Live Nation has released a statement, saying, "The safety of fans, artists, and staff are thoroughly planned for among event organizers and in coordination with local authorities, We have seen a lot of excitement around this festival and we look forward to putting on an incredible event for all of the fans this October. We encourage fans to check the festival website and socials for all of the latest updates.”

They continued saying, “Set times will vary with earlier bands having shorter sets and the headliners having the longest. For many festivals, it is typical for earlier acts to have 20-30 minutes, while headliners often perform longer, closer to 45 to 60 minutes or more."

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Pearl Jam To Work On Next Album With Producer Andrew Watt

Pearl Jam is already making plans for their next record. They dropped their last album, “Gigaton,” just as the pandemic hit in March 2020, and in a new interview frontman Eddie Vedder shared that they plan to work with producer Andrew Watt on their next one. 

“We’ll make a record with Andrew, I believe. We’ve already talked about it,” he revealed in “Mojo” magazine, referring to Watt, who also produced Eddie’s upcoming solo album “Earthlings.”

Eddie also talked about the rescheduling of their 2020 tour, noting, “We had a lot of shows planned. Two-thirds of those shows were put on sale, even,” adding, “So one thing we’ll be doing in 2022 in making good on promises to play those shows.” 

In between dates, he says, they’ll hit the studio, noting, “because now we’ve got a strong, healthy ambition to do so.” He adds, “I think we’ll move quickly for a year or two, then I can see us slowing down for a little bit,” offering, “We have the ability to play better than ever, but also know what we want to maintain the health of the group and want to keep coming back.”

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Gavin Rossdale Appears To Be Dating Again

Is Gavin Rossdale dating again? It looks like it! He was on a cozy stroll with an unnamed brunette on Saturday in Beverly Hills. The two were spotted linking arms as they window shopped. Gavin was seen wearing a floral short-sleeved shirt and black jeans with fresh kicks and dark sunglasses. The girl he was wearing designed daisy dukes, a royal blue top, and a leather jacket. She also wore open toe stilettos and her hair was held back by white sunglasses. 

We do not have confirmation on who this woman is. But, she does look like the same woman he was spotted with last month also in Beverly Hills. At that time, they were seen with a white dog in a stroller. 

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Scammers Infiltrated Ozzy Osbourne's NFT Sales By Using an Abandoned Hyperlink 

OZZY OSBOURNE's CryptoBatz NFT project was infiltrated by scammers. They were able to take ownership of an old hyperlink that was promoted on social media, which lead users to a fake page where they connected their cryptocurrency wallets.

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36th Annual Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremony - Inside

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