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The rock legends erase all doubts about putting their music catalog on iTunes as they make huge sales during their debut week.
After years of resisting, the rock legends decide to embrace the digital world of music and release their entire catalog on iTunes.
Led by the Jon Bon Jovi band, the top-grossing tours list sees AC/DC, U2 and GaGa at the second, third and fourth places respectively.
The honor was received by AC/DC at the annual U.K. Festival Awards ceremony in London, thanks to their gig at Download Festival this summer.
During the filming of clip for 'Big Gun', Shavo Odadjian showed up on the set and got much light than the action film star in the video.
The 'Other Guys' star has dismissed the plan because, after having four children, his priorities have shifted.
His Australia concert which was axed due to 'distressed' fans has arrived at number one in a poll for the most bizarre cancellations.
Rage Against the Machine will battle it out with Bon Jovi, Aerosmith and Jeff Beck Band in the Top Group category.
After accusing the band of failing to pay a road toll and banning them from leaving the country, four civil servants responsible for the mix up have been sacked.
At the 2010 Australasian Performing Right Association Awards, the rockers were honored with the Songwriter of the Year prize and the Most Played Australian Work Overseas kudo.
Australian Leanne Herbert has been charged with four counts of obtaining money by deception after conning fans out of nearly 100,000 dollars by planning a fake gig.
The band were stuck in Berlin, Germany for a moment and arrived in Norway too late to perform a full set.
The latest soundtrack album from the TV musical prevents The Rolling Stone to reign the chart with the re-release of their 1972 album.
An ex-agent for cat spy organization plans to take down dogs and her former kitty comrades, forcing dogs and cats to team up to save themselves and humans.
The new dates of Away From Home tour will include live concerts in North America, Europe and Canada.