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Bon Jovi Share New Single ‘Living Proof’

Bon Jovi Share New Single ‘Living Proof’

Bon Jovi recently shared a new song and lyric video entitled “Living Proof,” out now via Island Records. “Living Proof” is the latest song from their forthcoming Forever album, due out on June 7th. The song follows the blockbuster single “Legendary.” “We bring back the talk box, the idea based on Peter Frampton and Joe…More

Neil Young & Crazy Horse Announce Collection Of Previously Unreleased Records

Neil Young & Crazy Horse Announce Collection Of Previously Unreleased Records

Neil Young and Crazy Horse have announced that a 10-track collection, titled Early Daze, will arrive June 28. The collection will contain mostly previously unreleased tracks dating from 1969. Songs that were included on the band’s first album that year will also feature on the set. The collection includes six unreleased songs, namely “Come On…More

System Of A Down’s Serj Tankian Shares New Solo Single ‘A.F. Day’

System Of A Down’s Serj Tankian Shares New Solo Single ‘A.F. Day’

System Of A Down’s Serj Tankian recently shared a new single, “A.F. Day,” from his upcoming solo album. “This is a song I wrote in the early days of SOAD that I never released. The majority of the instrumentation and vocals are recordings from that time. Dystopian in mood, it’s a reflection of the angst…More

Staind Founding Drummer Jon Wysocki Dead At 53

Staind Founding Drummer Jon Wysocki Dead At 53

Staind founding drummer Jon Wysocki has died at the age of 53. Wysocki was part of the rock band’s original lineup in 1995 and played drums on their first seven albums until his departure in 2011. Wysocki’s death was announced by his current band, Lydia’s Castle, on Instagram. “On 5/18/2024 at 8:02pm, @jonwysocki4 passed away…More

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Can we revisit this?

Can we revisit this?

He also retired with the highest career fielding percentage for a right fielder, over 99%. There’s no disputing his credentials.