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Elton John celebrated the 25th anniversary of his AIDS foundation with a gala in New York City and a prediction that the AIDS epidemic will end by 2030. The Elton John AIDS Foundation has raised more than 385-million-dollars since it was launched in 1992. Last night’s gala that featured former U-S president Bill Clinton, singer Aretha Franklin and actress Glenn Close raised about 4.4-million-dollars
Iron Maiden lead singer Bruce Dickinson was once the target of bullying. He writes about being bullied as a student in boarding school in his new book, “What Does This Button Do?” Dickinson says a really nasty bullying experience “leaves a permanent mark on your insides.” He says it can manifest differently in different people. For him, it makes him very angry to see someone else being bullied. Dickinson says, “It’s a bit like Hulk. You don’t want to see me when I’m angry.” ”What Does This Button Do?“ is out now.
After 22 years, Sammy Hagar is selling his Hawaiian home for 3.3-million. 9.8 acres on a cliff in Waipio Bay. Nice….maybe a investment opportunity….A hight end B&B? The full story from The Ultimate Classic Rock.
The Killers and Imagine Dragons are headlining a benefit concert next month to help the victims of the shooting at an outdoor music festival in Las Vegas. Organizers yesterday announced the performers of the December 1st concert at T-Mobile Arena will include magician David Copperfield, magic duo Penn and Teller, and Cirque du Soleil performers.
Metallica‘s will live stream a benefit concert for victims of recent California wildfires. The Band Together Bay Area concert will be streamed at Metallica-dot-com, Metallica’s YouTube Channel and their Facebook page. Metallica will be the last act. The concert begins at 5:45 p-m Pacific tomorrow (November 9.)
Bret Michaels of Poison is releasing his first holiday song ever on Nov. 17th. It’s a cover of “Jingle Bells.” He liked it so much he’s planning a full album of holiday songs next year.