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Music News: How Many Band T-Shirts Do You Currently Own?

How Many Band T-Shirts Do You Currently Own?

A Surprising Number of Americans Don't Think You Need to Know a Band's Music to Wear Their Merch 


You all know the rule: If you're going to wear a band's merch, you better know AT LEAST three of their songs. But a surprising number of Americans don't agree.



According to a recent poll, more than 30% of Americans don't think you need to know an artist's music to fly their colors.



And 10% say they own a shirt from an artist they've never listened to.



Here are more poll results:



1. The most popular music artist T-shirt in America belongs to Olivia Rodrigo.



2. The average person spends $400 on band shirts in their lifetime, but METAL fans spend the most: an average of $500.




3. Metal fans also own the most shirts, with an average of 10, while the overall average is six.



4. 34% of Americans own a shirt from a concert they never went to. 



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Eddie Van Halen's Family Ordered Pizza in His Hospital Room After He Died 



When Eddie Van Halen died, he was surrounded by his ex-wife Valerie Bertinelli, their son Wolfgang, Eddie's brother Alex, and Alex's two sons.



And also PIZZA . . . which they ordered after he passed.



Valerie says, quote, "I forget who suggested it, but we were like, 'Should we have pizza?' Because he couldn't eat, and the last thing Ed really wanted was pizza.



"He loved pizza and burritos, so we had pizza in his hospital room. I hope people don't think that's morbid."



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Morgan Wallen Was Arrested Last Night on Three Counts of Felony Reckless Endangerment 

Here's a short video of Morgan getting handcuffed and some grainy video of Morgan throwing the chair.


(And here's a poorly shot clip of him being crazy in the back of the cop car.  WARNING: There's profanity in the video.)

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Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin's 18-year-old son Moses looks like his dad.

Tom Morello Joins Bruce Springsteen At L.A. Show

In a big reunion, former E Street Band touring member Tom Morello shared the stage once again with Bruce Springsteen at the Kia Forum in Inglewood, California, Sunday night. Igniting the crowd with renditions of "The Ghost of Tom Joad" and "American Skin (41 Shots)," the performance marked a triumphant return for both songs, as well as both musicians performing together. Morello and Springsteen's collab dates back 16 years, with Morello's contributions to the albums "Wrecking Ball" and "High Hopes."


Meanwhile, Springsteen’s 2021 cover of AC/DC's "Highway to Hell" on Morello's solo album, "The Atlas Underground Fire," stands as a testament to their passion to rock 'n' roll excellence. With tour dates all over North America, the UK, and Europe, Springsteen and the E Street Band continue to captivate audiences as well as solidify a friendship between Bruce and Tom.


Check out Bruce and Tom to the right and Springsteen’s setlist below.


Bruce Springsteen Setlist

Open All Night (First time since 2014)

Lonesome Day

Prove It All Night

Two Hearts


Letter to You

The Promised Land

Death to My Hometown

Tougher Than the Rest (with Patti Scialfa)

Fire (with Patti Scialfa)

Hungry Heart

Sherry Darling (Tour debut, sign request)

Spirit in the Night

My City of Ruins

Nightshift (Commodores cover)

Last Man Standing (Acoustic with Barry Danielian on trumpet)


Because the Night (Patti Smith Group cover)

Wrecking Ball

American Skin (41 Shots) [with Tom Morello] (Tour debut, first time with the E Street Band since 2017)

The Ghost of Tom Joad (with Tom Morello) [Tour debut, first time with the E Street Band since 2016]

The Rising


Thunder Road


Born to Run

Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)

Glory Days

Dancing in the Dark

Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out

Detroit Medley

Encore 2:

I’ll See You in My Dreams (Solo acoustic)


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Chris Stapleton once talked about Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg being two of his early influences. Here, he talks about how their music connects with him.

On Friday, Smash Mouth will release their first new track since the death of original singer Steve Harwell.

He's not on the song. He retired from the band in 2021. 

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