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Jay-Z played “Numb/Encore” for Chester Bennington at first ‘4:44′ show, V Festival

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Jay-Z played his first shows since releasing 4:44 at England’s V Festival over the weekend. He headlined the festival’s Weston Park stage on Saturday (8/19) and the Hylands Park stage on Sunday (8/20). The shows included the live debuts of several 4:44 songs…

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Chris Cornell’s daughter sings “Hallelujah” in memory of him & Chester Bennington (watch)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Toni Cornell, daughter of alt-rock icon Chris Cornell, who died by suicide earlier this year, paid tribute to her father by appearing on Good Morning America with OneRepublic to perform a rendition of Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah”…

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Incubus Brings 8 Tour to Camden, Electrifies BB&T

Source: Rock On Philly

All photography courtesy of Brittany Salerno 

After their 8th studio album release, properly entitled “8”, Incubus embarked on a 2017 World tour. Stopping in Camden, New Jersey alongside Jimmy Eat World and Tennessee’s own Judah and the Lion, the band proves their sound and intensity is as timeless as ever.

Judah and the Lion opened up the night with a high-energy performance including “Suit and Jacket”, a cover of The Killer’s Mr. Brightside, and a signature Judah cover of T-Pain’s “Booty Wurk”. Breaking out the auto-tune, the band was far from timid in simultaneously ...

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Chance the Rapper, Run the Jewels, Passion Pit, Geoff Rickly & more pay respects to Chester Bennington

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Also: Best Coast, Pusha T, Chuck D, Rihanna, Dam-Funk, Nikki Sixx, The Mountain Goats, and more.

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Top 8 Moments of the MMRBQ 2015

Source: Rock On Philly

For rock fans of all genres, 93.3 WMMR FM’s MMRBQ at the Susquehanna Bank Center has become the unofficial start of the summer concert season, and its 7th year proved to be the loudest, biggest, and most successful one yet. All the bands had so much energy, and the concertgoers all left in a daze of wonder. Did we really just witness the incredible performances of the day, or was it all a dream? If it wasn’t for the pictures and video that I took, I might not have believed it.

For those who couldn’t make it, live vicariously through ...

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