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Disturbed’s ‘The Sound Of Silence’ Video Surpasses 1 Billion Views On YouTube

Disturbed’s ‘The Sound Of Silence’ Video Surpasses 1 Billion Views On YouTube

Iconic heavy metal band Disturbed’s rendition of Simon & Garfunkel’s “The Sound of Silence” has surpassed one billion views on YouTube. The milestone marks the metal band’s first entry into the Billion Views Club. Originally, “The Sound of Silence” was a song by the American folk rock duo Simon & Garfunkel, written by Paul Simon.…More

Lenny Kravitz Announces Extended Run Of Shows At Park MGM In Las Vegas

Lenny Kravitz Announces Extended Run Of Shows At Park MGM In Las Vegas

Lenny Kravitz has announced he will headline an exclusive residency, “Blue Electric Light Las Vegas,” at Dolby Live at Park MGM. According to the announcement from the four-time Grammy Award-winner, the run will include performances on October 18, 19,23, 25 and 26. “You better Believe it-@lennykravitz will be rocking the #DolbyLive stage this October ??”…More

Violent Femmes Announce Fall 2024 Leg Of Tour Celebrating First Two Albums

Violent Femmes Announce Fall 2024 Leg Of Tour Celebrating First Two Albums

Violent Femmes have announced a fall leg of their tour celebrating the anniversaries of their first two albums. The trek kicks off on September 26 in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, and concludes on October 8 in Birmingham, Alabama. Tickets go on sale Friday, May 24. Each show will feature front-to-back performances of their 1983 self-titled…More

Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder Slams Chiefs Kicker Harrison Butker

Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder Slams Chiefs Kicker Harrison Butker

Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder recently slammed Harrison Butker, taking a shot at the Kansas City Chiefs kicker’s recent controversial commencement speech at Benedictine College. The rocker expressed his feelings about Butker’s beliefs in no uncertain terms during Pearl Jam’s concert at MGM Grand in Las Vegas on Saturday (May 18). He was strongly against the…More

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Hurricane Preparedness

Hurricane Preparedness

CLICK HERE FOR WEATHER COVERAGE FROM WDSU For IMMEDIATE access to NOLA READY, the City’s Emergency Preparedness Site, click HERE!  Special Needs?  You can enroll in the New Orleans Special Needs Emergency Registry by calling 311 or filling out an online application here.  In the case of an emergency, those with medical or mobility needs may…More

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