Announcing Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II will kick off a new era for the franchise when it releases worldwide on Friday, October 28. Players will experience what made Task Force 141 become the iconic and legendary squad that it is, featuring familiar heroes and new allies who will be challenged to work together in missions across Europe, Asia and the Americas.

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Alec John Such 1951-2022 – Remembering the Bon Jovi co-founder and bassist who passed away today at age 70

The co-founder and former bassist of Bon Jovi was responsible for booking Jon Bon Jovi & The Wild Ones before joining the band himself as a bassist back in 1982. From 1982 to 1994, Alec John Such achieved global fame and scored with the band some of their most memorable songs including “Livin’On A Prayer”, “You Give Love A Bad Name”, “Bad Medicine”, “I’ll Be There For You”, “Bed of Roses” “Runaway” and “Always”

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East Village Rising Star, Breaker, Releases Timeless Rock Song and Video “People Change”

Breaker has the ability to get any room dancing. From playing piano at home, performing for strangers at parties, to charming friends with his confidence and wit, he has a magnetic personality and maturity that goes beyond his 21 years. With explosive drum and bass, zinging guitars, and a soulful choir of friends, “People Change” is an instant classic.

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Skilled Pianist and Songwriter, Goat, Releases Emotional New Song “When The Dust Catches Fire”

Good of All Things. A simple, but powerful expression that New York City musician Andy Rosen has not only taken to heart, he took it as his moniker: Goat. Spending a few minutes listening to his catalog, as well as his latest work, and you will see that it is a fitting handle for this unique and talented songwriter.

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Gary Brooker, the distinctive voice of Procol Harum has died at age 76

Released in 1967, Procol Harum’s most memorable hit remains “A Whiter Shade Of Pale”, but the band scored several others such as “Conquistador” and “Homburg.” The band’s eponymous debut studio album “Procol Harum” released in 1967, though noted for its baroque and classical influence, became a masterpiece of Psychedelic Rock and Procol Harum’s set the footprint for the upcoming popular genre of Prog Rock.

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Former Screaming Trees lead singer Mark Lanegan dies at 57

The Grunge scene lost another one of its founding voices, Mark Lanegan, singer for the seminal Grunge band Screaming Trees has has died at age 57 at home in Ireland on February 22. Lanegan, now sadly joins the “cursed” group of Grunge rock singers who have prematurely died, including the Seattle scene Andrew Wood, Kurt Cobain, Layne Staley, Chris Cornell and the Californian scene Scott Weiland of the Stone Temple Pilots.

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