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3 Doors Down guitarist' family says doctor fed opioid habit

The family of a longtime guitarist for 3 Doors Down is accusing an Alabama doctor of fueling the rocker’s opioid addiction before he died of a drug overdose. Matthew Roberts, 38, was found dead in August 2016 in the hallway ...

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Ozzy Osbourne announces second farewell tour, No More Tours 2

Ozzy Osbourne is leaving the road — again. The rocker announced Tuesday that he’s retiring from the road after 50 years. His farewell tour will be called No More Tours 2, a nod to his first farewell tour, No More ...

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‘Hey, Look Me Over!’ review: Encores! opens 25th season

A quarter-of-a-century mark is traditionally feted with silver. The powers that be at New York City Center Encores! seem to have read that as … sliver. “Hey, Look Me Over!,” which opens the 25th Encores! season and runs through Sunday, ...

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Baha Men debut song nearly 20 years after 'Who Let The Dogs Out'

Who let the Baha Men out? The popular performers of “Who Let The Dogs Out” have just released their next hit song, “Bumpa,” on “Live with Kelly and Ryan” Wednesday morning. The singers took the stage in the Bahamas, where ...

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Quincy Jones claims he dated Ivanka Trump 12 years ago

Ivanka Trump wanted to have dinner with Quincy Jones and the pair wound up dating, the legendary music producer claims in a new interview. The supposed relationship happened 12 years ago when the “Thriller” producer was in his mid-70s and ...

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John Perry Barlow, Grateful Dead lyricist, dead at 70

John Perry Barlow, who co-wrote songs for the Grateful Dead for more than 20 years, died Wednesday. He was 70. The Wyoming native met Dead founding member Bob Weir when he was 15. Several years later, in 1971, Weird dumped ...

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‘Hangmen’ review: Martin McDonagh’s play opens at the Atlantic

Martin McDonagh is famous for writing stories gorged with gallows humor and violence. So he’s in comfort zone with his thoroughly entertaining but not completely airtight “Hangmen.” Combined with his Oscar-nominated “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri,” the sold-out play at ...

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Temptations singer Dennis Edwards allegedly abused before death

Chicago police are investigating claims that the wife of Temptations singer Dennis Edwards abused the legendary vocalist in the months before his death. A protection order request against Brenda Edwards alleging domestic abuse was reportedly filed weeks before Dennis died ...

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The Radio Dept. captivates at Brooklyn's Warsaw

It had been six long years between the Radio Dept.’s return to New York City last year and their previous showing in the Big Apple. Record label struggles had kept the Swedish band from releasing music and touring. With all ...

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‘In the Body of the World’ review: Eve Ensler’s solo howl

Author and activist Eve Ensler doesn’t tiptoe around a topic. She doesn’t mince words. That unblinking, even brutal, bluntness is a strength in her solo play “In the Body of the World,” at Manhattan Theatre Club and based on her ...

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