15 Amazing Rock Star Weddings

Talk about a trip down memory lane. We stumbled upon these amazing vintage photos of rock stars at their weddings, and can’t get enough.

Some made it through, their marriage standing the test of time, while others didn’t last so long.

Here are 15 awesome shots of our idols at their happiest!

Mick Jagger and Bianca Jagger

Together for: 6 years

The Jaggers

Sting and Trudie Styler

Together for: 25+ years (and still going strong!)



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Awesome Mix Vol 2

Wait, what? Special Doritos Bag Plays Full Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Soundtrack

No, this is not a late April Fool’s prank. Doritos is selling a bag of chips that will be able to play the full Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 soundtrack.

The latest promotional campaign for the Marvel movie boasts controls on the front, mimicking the look of a retro cassette tape deck. There’s a jack to plug in your headphones, and the bag will be rechargeable–so you can continue to play the soundtrack even after the bag is opened and the chips are devoured.

Doritos Headphones

The tracklist for the superhero movie was announced last week and will feature Fleetwood Mac (take a look at our walkthrough here.)


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Jody Stephens

Watch: Jody Stephens of Big Star Leads Choir In “Thirteen” Rendition

This is the coolest experience for Big Star fans. Drummer Jody Stephens recently came to Toronto to help Choir! Choir! Choir! lead a room of music lovers in a moving rendition of the group’s hit song, “Thirteen.”

Stephens kicks off the song, before letting the choir (and the beautiful echoes bounce off The Great Hall’s incredible architecture) take the driver’s seat.

Watch the cover below:


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Original Bananarama Lineup To Tour For the First Time

It won’t be a “Cruel Summer”, or 2017, for fans hoping to see Bananarama live.

Sarah Dalin, Keren Woodward and Siobhan Fahey will hit the road for the first time ever as a trio. The original lineup of formed Bananarama back in 1979, working together until 1988 when Fahey left.

Even with nine top 10 hits in the UK, and three in the US (“Cruel Summer” (#9), “Venus” (#1), “I Heard A Rumour” (#4)), they never went on tour; just one-off appearances.

That will change this fall. Their first tour as a trio (Dalin and Woodward toured as a two-person Bananarama) will take them across the United Kingdom, kicking off in Glasgow on November 12, with fifteen dates through December 2.

If all goes well, the group will add U.S. dates in 2018.


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Paul McCartney tour

Paul McCartney Adds More 2017 Tour Dates

Paul McCartney is extending his run on the road.

The music legend has added more tour dates to his “One one One” tour, jetting out across the United States, including his first show at Madison Square Garden since 2005.

The new leg will kick off in Miami and finish in Detroit on October 1.

Tickets for this batch of shows go on sale to the general public Friday, May 5th at 10 a.m. local time.

The “One on One” tour initially kicked off April 13th, 2016 in Fresno, California, with the last shows happening mid-October. It picked up again April 25 with four dates in Tokyo.

McCartney has already had a busy 2017: he rereleased his 1989 LP, Flowers in the Dirt, last month, featuring never-before-seen footage and rare unreleased demos.


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