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The doc, directed by Greg 'Freddy' Camalier, sees several musicians talking about a recording studio in Alabama that has produced some of the greatest records of all time.
The rocker could be the world's richest musician should the report that his 2.3 percent stake at the social network is true.
Chosen for the social values, these artists would perform live for the tenth anniversary of William J. Clinton Foundation.
A representative clarifies that the rock band's frontman went to the hospital for a routine check-up after words spread like wild fire that he was treated for heart palpitations and chest pains.
Amidst reports of her marital woes, the estranged wife of Arnold Schwarzenegger is spotted getting a warm hug and a kiss from the U2 frontman after the lunch.
Like in the previous years, FOX is not revealing the guests in this tenth season but Aerosmith, Carrie Underwood, Tim McGraw and many more have been mentioned.
Pixies are set to end their lengthy studio hiatus by recording new tracks - after U2 frontman Bono urged them to make another album.
The Irish rockers are expected to dethrone The Rolling Stones by the time they wrap up their gigs in New Brunswick, Canada, in July.
The former 'Ghost Whisperer' star claimed the company still owed him $250,000 for helping it launch the new technology.
The daytime talk show queen once asked the U2 frontman to appear in a new TV program about his philanthropy work but he declined.
While Weezy, Minaj and My Chemical Romance are tapped for live performances, Bono along with The Edge will be sitting down for an interview.
The humanitarian visited Australia to light up Sydney Opera House and Harbor Bridge in red to support the awareness day.
While he usually has to try hard to convince political leaders about the program, the musician does not have the same problem from Australia's leaders.
The Edge says his band mate 'is in great shape' and now the band are are able to perform again after their tour dates were postponed due to the surgery.
The shows like 'American Idol' and 'The X Factor' are claimed by Melanie C to have made people overexposed and their music isn't as great as it could and should be.