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Founding Train Bassist Charlie Colin Dead At 58

Founding Train Bassist Charlie Colin Dead At 58

Charlie Colin, founding bassist of the rock band Train, has died after reportedly slipping in a shower. He was 58. Colin’s mother reported the death to TMZ. She said her son was housesitting for a friend in Brussels, Belgium, when the bathroom accident occurred. His mother said it’s unclear when Colin passed away, as his…More

Jet Announce First U.K., Ireland Tour In 15 Years

Jet Announce First U.K., Ireland Tour In 15 Years

Australian rock band Jet have announced their first U.K. and Ireland tour in 15 years. The tour, to mark the 20th anniversary of the band’s debut album Get Born, will kick off at The Academy in Dublin on October 3. The brief tour will conclude on October 12 after staging shows in Belfast, Glasgow, Birmingham,…More

Kings Of Leon Share Video For New Song ‘Seen’

Kings Of Leon Share Video For New Song ‘Seen’

Grammy Award-winning, multi-platinum rock band Kings of Leon have shared a video for “Seen,” the final song from their recently released ninth full-length album, Can We Please Have Fun. For the visual, Kings of Leon worked alongside their long-time creative director, Casey McGrath. It shows the band toying with spotlights and shadows. They shape their…More

Slipknot Confirm First Song With New Drummer ‘Long May You Die’

Slipknot Confirm First Song With New Drummer ‘Long May You Die’

Slipknot have confirmed their first song with new drummer Eloy Casagrande, called “Long May You Die.” In an Instagram post, the band shared, “Slipknot fans are talking amongst themselves about ‘Long May You Die’ being a new song written during the recent recording sessions. You’re right. You’re absolutely right.” The phrase “Long May You Die”…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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