This best-selling line of coloring books was created by Alan Robert, the bassist, and lyricist in the New York alt-metal band Life Of Agony. The 5th entry will feature stars from across rock and pop culture.
The set is based around a miniature version of Jerry’s apartment, which has been designed by fans, and will include several Easter eggs like Jerry’s stand-up stage and mic and the Festivus pole.
Chris Ianuzzi delivers two dark tracks that could fit perfectly among any recent thriller/horror movie soundtrack.
The Bowie painting originally sold for just less than $5 and is a part of his "Dead Heads" series from the mid-90s.
The film will be aptly titled 'What's Going On' and will be directed by Allen Hughes of the renowned Hughes Brothers' directing duo and written by poet-playwright Marcus Gardley.
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Will Oldham is a true avant-garde pioneer. Whether it's been through acting, poetry, photography, or the multitude of different music representations, he's always pushed the boundaries of what it means to be an "artist."
After a two-week national debate about what the lyrics actually said, the matter has been settled by Springsteen’s longtime manager Jon Landau, who co-produced the iconic 'Born to Run.'
The documentary doesn't have a title yet, but it promises to deliver unearthed personal diaries and home movies of the late singer.
The doomsday vault is being established to preserve the world's musical treasures and is to be located on an arctic island between the North Pole and Norway.
The poem taken from Leonard Cohen's posthumous book of poetry and lyrics, 'The Flame', is titled "Kanye West Is Not Picasso."
Amsterdam's Rijksmuseum used a new technology to train a computer to recreate the missing pieces of Rembrandt's 'The Night Watch', pixel by pixel in the art icon's signature style.
More than 1,000 items were sold over three days from artists including Eddie Van Halen, The Beatles, Elvis Presley, Cher, Lady Gaga, Madonna, Jimi Hendrix, Tupac, Whitney Houston, The Doors, Little Richard, and more.