Foo Fighters 'Times Like These' Cover Recorded for Covid 19 Relief.

In a special episode of Live Lounge a group of artists from across all over the UK and world have collaborated to sing Foo Fighter's 'Times Like These.' The song was recorded as part of a special Stay Home edition of BBC Radio 1's Live Lounge segment. Dave Grohl, Chris Martin, Rita Ora, Sean Paul Dermot Kennedy among others appeared on the track. The cover is available as a single, all profits are going to BBC Children in Need and Covid-19 relief. Check out the clip below:

Ozzy Osbourne Is Raising Money For Parkinson's Research

Ozzy Osbourne is using his merch to support finding a cure for Parkinson's disease. April is Parkinson's awareness month and in recognition of this, proceeds from the sale of Ozzy's merch will go to the Michael J. Fox Foundation. In January earlier this year, Ozzy revealed that that he'd been diagnosed with the disease. He was due to travel to Switzerland earlier this month for additional treatment, however due to COVID 19 this had to be postponed. The star has also battled a series of health issues over the past year or so, including neck surgery and a stint with pneumonia, which caused him to postpone his 2020 tour dates. Included in the goods available online are Ozzy and Black Sabbath Sh

Joe Exotic wanted Marilyn Manson's endorsement for governor.

Think you know it all about Joe Exotic, the star of Netflix's Tiger King? It seems that back in 2018, the now incarcerated tiger breeder decided to make a run at the Oklahoma governor's seat (after running as an independent presidential candidate in 2016) and actually got a "follow" on social media from Marilyn Manson, but what happened next is priceless. Exotic reached out to Manson, stating, "Hey. Thanks for the follow. I’m running for governor of Oklahoma and trying to speak for the real people for a change and get some people help with addiction in this State that no one cares about. Would you endorse me? Not asking for money. Just to use your name as an endorsement." Manson recently rev

Watch Atreyu's new song with Avenged Sevenfold and Underoath members.

Metalcore artists Atreyu have released a video for their track "Super Hero," which features guest appearances from Avenged Sevenfold's M. Shadows and Underoath's Aaron Gillespie."Super Hero" was originally released on the band's 2018 album In Our Wake. Speaking about the meaning of the track and the inspiration for the video, the band commented that "Super Hero" "was written about what it's like to be a parent and the vast amount of time, effort, energy and hard work it takes to be a real-life superhero for your children." "The song also has a broader meaning, especially given the current situation the entire world is dealing with," they continued. "There are many superheroes out there who a

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