Five Finger Death Punch, Godsmack to headline 2019 Impact Music Festival 

Credit: Jason SwarrFive Finger Death Punch and Godsmack will headline the 2019 Impact Music Festival, scheduled for July 27-28 at the Darling Waterfront Pavilion in Bangor, Maine.

The event, now it its second year, aims to raise awareness for metal health and suicide prevention.

Other artists on the bill include Evanescence, In This Moment, Killswitch Engage, Skillet, All That Remains, Clutch, Buckcherry, Beartooth, FEVER 333, Andrew W.K. and Atreyu.

For the full lineup and ticket info, visit

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Is Taylor Swift recording new music?

ABC/Image Group LARumors have been swirling about Taylor Swift's next "era" for a while now, and the singer's just added more fuel to the fire by being spotted at a New York City recording studio Thursday night.

A source tells E! Online, "It appeared she was there all day as she was not spotted leaving until after 9 p.m.," adding that the singer looked "pretty focused."  According to the source, it appeared as though Taylor "had a pretty intense full day of recording."

At the American Music Awards in October, Taylor hinted at new music by saying, "I always look at albums as chapters in my life...I'm even more excited about the next chapter."

Then, fans started buzzing about the fact that Taylor dressed up like Ariel the Mermaid at her New Year's Eve costume party.  One fan cited several supposed instances of Taylor sporting mermaids on her clothing on other occasions, and became convinced that mermaids will be the theme of her next album.

Taylor let three years lapse between her 2014 album 1989 and her 2017 album Reputation -- in the past, she'd put out new music every two years. If she's working on new music now, it's possible that she's back to her old schedule and that the end of 2019 might bring something new from the superstar. Considering that she's turning 30 on December 13, 2019, she might want to mark that milestone with a new album.

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John Legend on why he's standing with R. Kelly's alleged victims: "I knew I could give them a voice" 

Charles Sykes/BravoJohn Legend continues to stand in solidarity with R. Kelly's alleged victims of sexual and psychological abuse.

Thursday night, the "All of Me" crooner appeared on Watch What Happens Live alongside wife Chrissy Teigen. During his candid interview, Legend revealed why he chose to take part in Lifetime's shocking expose Surviving R. Kelly, which detailed the decades-long accusations against the singer. 

“I'm friends with the director, her name is Dream Hampton. She’s awesome,” he told host Andy Cohen. “We worked together on ending mass incarceration. I respect her work a lot, and she asked me to do it."

Legend added that he felt compelled to use his voice to speak out in support of the young black women allegedly victimized by Kelly.

"Another reason I wanted to do it [was] because I have good friends that were a part of the #MuteRKelly movement. They were literally marching on the streets and they work with rape victims in Chicago,” he said.

“They work with a lot of black girls in Chicago who are often overlooked...I knew that as a celebrity I could lend my voice to these young people who have been hurt and give them a voice."

As previously reported, Legend was been one of the biggest and earliest celebrity voices to denounce Kelly. While the likes of JAY Z, Mary J. BligeQuestloveLady Gaga and more declined to be a part of the documentary, Legend stood firmly against the 12 Play singer. 

When his appearance in film was described as "courageous," Legend has pointed out that a "serial child rapist" like Kelly doesn't deserve to be protected.

Kelly has denied all allegations.

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Julia Michaels announces "Inner Monologue Part I" and her first-ever headlining tour dates

Republic RecordsJulia Michaels is ready to reveal a personal side of herself on her new collection of songs, Inner Monologue Part I.

The singer has announced she’ll be releasing the new tunes on January 25. “Couldn’t be more nervous if I tried,” she wrote on Instagram. “But here’s a piece of my mind and my heart. It's yours next week.”

She’ll follow up the release with her first-ever headlining tour across North America in March. The Inner Monologue tour launches on March 4 in Lake Buena Vista, FL and runs through May 10 in Cleveland, OH.

Tickets go on sale January 23 at 10 a.m. local time at

Before she heads off on her own, Julia will be on the road with country star Keith Urban this month in Australia. She collaborated with Keith on his #1 country hit "Coming Home," and let her vocals to it as well.

Julia will then return to join Pink on the U.S. leg of her Beautiful Trauma tour beginning in March; it will run in between her headlining shows.

Here are Julia’s headlining tour dates:

3/4 -- Lake Buena Vista, FL, House of Blues
3/8 -- Raleigh, NC, Lincoln Theatre
3/15 -- Baton Rouge, LA, Varsity Theatre
3/26 -- Tulsa, OK, The Vanguard
3/27 -- Kansas City, MO, Madrid Theatre
3/29 -- Tucson, AZ, Rialto Theatre
4/2 -- Boulder, CO, Fox Theatre
4/7 -- Seattle, WA, Neumos
4/20 -- San Diego, CA, House of Blues San Diego
4/24 -- Grand Rapids, MI, Elevation at The Intersection
4/28 -- Chicago, IL, House of Blues Chicago
5/6 -- Madison, WI, Majestic Theatre
5/10 -- Cleveland, OH, House of Blues Cleveland

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The 1975 announces new tour dates; premieres "I Like America & America Likes Me" lyric video

Credit: Magdalena WosinskaThe 1975 has added a new batch of dates to their North American tour this spring in support of the band's new album, A Brief Inquiry into Online Relationships.

New shows include stops in San Francisco and Santa Barbara, California; Kansas City, Kansas; Milwaukee and Richmond, Virginia. Visit for ticket info.

The 1975's North American tour launches in March at the Vive Latino festival in Mexico City, and will travel throughout the U.S. before wrapping June 3 in Toronto.

Along with the tour dates, The 1975 has premiered the lyric video for the Brief Inquiry track "I Like America & America Likes Me." The glitchy video, which has some major Matrix-vibes, is streaming now on YouTube.

Here are The 1975's North American tour dates:

3/16-19 -- Mexico City, MX, Vive Latino
3/20 -- Guadalajara, MX, Auditorio Telmex     
4/15 -- Phoenix, AZ, Comerica Theatre     
4/16 -- Las Vegas, NV, The Joint
4/21 -- Santa Barbara, CA, Santa Barbara Bowl*
4/22 -- San Francisco, CA, Bill Graham Auditorium*   
4/25 -- Seattle, WA, Wamu Theater     
4/26 -- Vancouver, BC, Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre     
4/27 -- Portland, OR, Veterans Memorial Coliseum     
4/29 -- Orem, UT, Uccu Center     
4/30 -- Morrison, CO, Red Rocks Amphitheatre     
5/2 -- Irving, TX, The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory     
5/3 -- Austin, TX, Austin360 Amphitheater     
5/4 -- Sugar Land, TX, Smart Financial Centre  
5/6 -- Kansas City, KS, Providence Medical Event Amphitheater*   
5/7 -- Minneapolis, MN, The Armory     
5/8 -- Chicago, IL, United Center    
5/10 -- Milwaukee, WI, The Eagles Ballroom*
5/11 -- Rochester Hills, MI, Meadow Brook Amphitheatre     
5/12 -- Cincinnati, OH, PNC Pavilion at Riverbend Music Center     
5/14 -- Columbus, OH, Express Live! Outdoor     
5/15 -- Nashville, TN, Ascend Amphitheater     
5/18 -- Atlanta, GA, State Bank Amphitheatre at Chastain Park     
5/19 -- Charlotte, NC, Charlotte Metro Credit Union Amphitheatre     
5/21 -- Washington, DC, The Anthem
5/22 -- Richmond, VA, Virginia Credit Union Live!*   
5/29 -- Darien Center, NY, Darien Lake Amphitheater  
5/30 -- Boston, MA, Agganis Arena   
6/3 -- Toronto, ON, Budweiser Stage   

*Newly added show.

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Future shades Russell Wilson's marriage to his ex, Ciara: "He do exactly what she tell him to do" 

ABC/Randy HolmesAhead of the release of his new album The WIZRD, Future appeared on Apple Music's Beats 1 for a candid interview in which he detailed the concept behind the project.  But things got tense when the subject of his former fiance Ciara, and her current husband Russell Wilson became a subject of interest.

“[Wilson] do exactly what she tell him to do," the Atlanta phenom said. "I feel like he not being a man in that position. He not tellin’ her, 'Chill out with that on the Internet. Don’t even talk to [Future]. I’m your husband! You better not even bring Future’s name up!’"

Future claimed that if he was still with Ciara, he would forbid her from ever mentioning an ex's name.

"If that was me, she couldn’t even bring his name up,” he added. “She know that. She couldn’t even bring her ex's names up. I don’t care what they gave you... Don’t bring their names up in an interview! No! Don’t give that s**t no energy. It’s about me, whatever, I’m taking care of everything, I'm a thousand percent."

Elsewhere in the interview, the "Crushed Up" lyricist claims that Ciara introduced their child, Future Jr., to Wilson before the rapper had an opportunity to meet the Seahawks quarterback himself.

He also alleges that Ciara agreed to arrange a meeting between Future and Wilson only after her and Wilson had wed. But, Future says the "damage" was already done. 

It's no secret that Future and Ciara had a less-than-amicable split. The former couple has taken shots at each other via social media, in the press and most notably in the courtroom as they attempt to resolve the custody battle over their 4-year-old son. 


The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum gets "Current" with new superstar revamp of ongoing exhibit

Country Music Hall of Fame and MuseumThe first new exhibit of 2019 at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum will be a revamp of the Nashville attraction’s ongoing American Currents display.

American Currents: The Music of 2018 will feature significant artifacts from Jason AldeanBrothers OsborneKane BrownLuke CombsDan + ShayFlorida Georgia LineMiranda LambertAshley McBrydeReba McEntireCarly PearcePistol AnniesChris StapletonCarrie UnderwoodKeith Urban and many more.

The exhibit is set to open Friday, March 8 and run through February 8 of next year.

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Report: R. Kelly dropped by Sony Music

Melissa Bender Following protests outside the company's offices in both New York City and Los Angeles, Sony Music has dropped R. KellyVariety says it has learned.

A source tells Variety that RCA, the Sony label to which Kelly is signed, doesn't plan to publicly announce the news, but the artist no longer appears on the RCA Records website.

Kelly's last album for the label was a 2016 Christmas release, but he's since released some singles and has tweeted that he had a new album coming.

While calls for the label to #MuteRKelly have been going on for several years, pressure on Sony increased last week following the airing of the Lifetime docuseries Surviving R. Kelly.  The six-part series documented in detail the allegations of sexual abuse that have followed the singer for decades.  He has denied all the allegations.

Last week, a plane hired by the woman's organization UltraViolet flew over Sony's L.A. headquarters with a banner reading, "RCA/Sony: Drop Sexual Predator R. Kelly."  This week, protestors gathered outside the company's New York City offices, chanting "Drop R. Kelly" and "Mute R. Kelly."

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Radiohead's Thom Yorke details new piano composition, "Don't Fear the Light"

Credit: Greg WilliamsRadiohead frontman Thom Yorke has revealed the details of his first-ever classical piano composition. Titled "Don't Fear the Light," the piece was composed for acclaimed French piano duo Katia and Marielle Labèque.

Yorke will be on stage alongside the Labèque sisters for the premiere of the composition at the Philharmonie de Paris on April 7, as well as subsequent performances at the France's Auditorium de Lyon, England's Barbican Centre London and Germany's Elbphilharmonie.

"I'll be there pretending I can read the music on the paper," Yorke says of the performances. "Which I can't."

Yorke previously told Variety that his obligation to the "Don't Fear the Light" concerts won't allow him to attend Radiohead's induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, which takes place March 29 in Brooklyn, New York.

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Mariah's former assistant hits back with her own shocking lawsuit

FilmMagic for dcp via ABC/Jeff Kravitz/AMA2018Earlier this week, Mariah Carey filed a lawsuit against her former assistant, claiming that after the superstar singer fired her, the former employee demanded $8 million dollars and threatened to release "embarrassing" videos of the singer. Now, the assistant has filed her own lawsuit, which includes some shocking claims against Mariah's former manager.

In the suit, which Variety has linked to, the assistant, Lianna Shakhnazaryan, is accusing Mariah and her former manager Stella Bulochnikov, of, among other things, wrongful termination, sexual harassment, racial discrimination and sexual battery. Specifically, Lianna claims that Stella slapped her on the butt and breasts, sat on her, and would hold her down and urinate on her.

Lianna also claims that Stella would call her an "Armenian whore," an "Armenian princess," and a "f***ing n*****." According to Lianna, Mariah was aware of Stella's behavior, and it sometimes happened in her presence.  In addition, Lianna claims Mariah herself was physically and emotionally abusive.

Lianna, who worked for both Mariah and Stella, was on call 24/7 and was paid nearly $330,000 a year. She claims she was fired after she complained about Stella's behavior to Mariah.

Mariah recently settled a lawsuit Stella fired against her. In a statement to ABC News, her rep said of the suit she filed against Lianna, "Given that the evidence against this former assistant is vast and deplorable, we anticipate a victorious resolution."

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Listen now: In life and in love, Old Dominion doesn't want to be a "One Man Band"

ABC RadioWe still don’t know when the much-anticipated third album from Old Dominion will be finished, but in the meantime, the CMA and ACM Vocal Group of the Year is giving fans a new track to tide them over. You can stream or download the song, “One Man Band,” now.

The romantic ballad takes OD into new territory, as it compares being alone to playing music all by yourself.

“‘One Man Band’ is the first true ‘love song’ we’ve ever released,” lead singer Matthew Ramsey points out. “One of the things we talk about the most in this band is how we can’t imagine being on this crazy ride alone. We have each other to celebrate the highs and get through the challenges with. It’s one of the best parts of being a BAND."

"Sure, you can make music alone," Matthew adds. "But if you find people you have a chemistry with, a whole new world opens up.”

“I think it’s the same with life and love,” he reflects. “You can go it alone. But sometimes there is another person out there that adds something to your ‘music’ that you would have never had on your own. That’s the show you want to take on the road. That’s what this song is about.”

“One Man Band” is one of the new songs you’ll hear as OD hits the road on their Make It Sweet Tour this weekend, stopping in Chicago and Bloomington, Illinois. They’re also playing the as-yet unreleased track “Smooth Sailing.”

You can check out the new video for “One Man Band” -- which was shot in the studio and during tour rehearsals -- on YouTube now.

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Slipknot's new album will deal with Corey Taylor's personal life: "The last few years have been really tough"

Credit: M. Shawn CrahanSlipknot's Corey Taylor has revealed that the lyrics on the band's next album will reflect a recent dark period of his personal life.

"The last few years have been really tough for me," Taylor tells Music Week. "With the exception of my kids and my bands, it's been a dark time for me. I didn't relapse or anything, but it was just the depression that I was dealing with and the anger that I was dealing with that was consuming me."

"I had to get myself out of that situation, and now the lyrics I'm writing for the Slipknot album are all about that period of time," he continues. "Basically the last five years of my life just trying to get my head around everything, and moving towards the happiness I remember."

Taylor's band mate Shawn "Clown" Crahan previously described the theme of the album is "evil vs. good."

The currently untitled album, the follow-up to 2014's .5: The Gray Chapter, is due out sometime this year.

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Spend "7 Minutes" with "Be Alright" singer Dean Lewis' new single 

Island RecordsFollowing the success of his breakthrough single "Be Alright," Australian singer/songwriter Dean Lewis has released a new single called "7 Minutes."

The track, another preview of his upcoming debut album, was inspired by a disagreement Dean had with a girl in a London taxicab. "The song is about meeting someone, making memories and then feeling regret," he says.

"It's been seven minutes since I've lost the girl of my dreams/It's been half an hour now since I dropped you home/And I'm driving past the places we both know," Dean sings on the track. 

"Is it too late to turn around?/I'm already halfway out of town/Now I know how I let you down/Oh, I finally figured it out/I forgot to love you."

Dean will make his debut on The Ellen DeGeneres Show next Wednesday, January 23.  He'll kick off his North American headlining tour February 12 in L.A. 

Meanwhile, "Be Alright" has been certified gold and has notched over a billion streams globally.

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Listen to unearthed 1992 Nirvana demo, with Dave Grohl on guitar

ABC/Fred WatkinsA long-lost Nirvana demo session recorded in 1992 has surfaced online.

The recording was uploaded by drummer Rey Washam, who played in bands including Ministry, Tad and Scratch Acid -- Kurt Cobain was a fan of the latter group. The session featured Washam on drums, Krist Novoselic on bass and Dave Grohl on guitar.

"Dave was obviously new to guitar, but had some songs he wanted to try out with a band," Washam explains. "I had just quit playing in Tad and Dave asked me to come over and 'jam.'"

Washam uploaded 30 minutes of the two-hour session. At around the 24:35 mark, you can hear a riff that sounds like an early version of the In Utero song "Scentless Apprentice."

You can listen to the recording now streaming on YouTube.

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Watch now: Lauren Jauregui heads to a divine strip club in “More Than That” video

Lauren DunnLauren Jauregui has released the NSFW video for her new solo single, “More Than That.”

In the clip, Lauren imagines what would happen if the Greek goddess Aphrodite rolled up to the strip club with her girls. In the all-female club, called Olympus, strippers swing around their poles wearing skimpy lingerie as Lauren -- playing Aphrodite, of course -- watches, along with her fellow goddesses.

Much like the cover art for the single, the video ends with Lauren posing in a painting like Botticelli's Venus. Venus is the Roman name for Aphrodite.

Before the song’s release last week, Lauren explained the inspiration behind it.

“Aphrodite [the Greek goddess of love and beauty] has been my goddess of inspiration for this round,” she said in an Instagram Live. “She’s very sensual. She’s about love. She’s about connection with pleasure and self…and that was really important to me.”

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Rob Zombie clarifies status of "3 from Hell" movie: "Still got a couple months of work left"

David A. Smith/Getty ImagesRob Zombie has clarified the status of his upcoming movie 3 from Hell, a sequel to 2003's House of 1000 Corpses and 2005's The Devil's Rejects, after seemingly suggesting that work on the film was done.

In an Instagram post earlier this week, Zombie wrote, "It took awhile to complete the trilogy but we did it." Zombie has now explained in a new Instagram post that he didn't mean that 3 from Hell itself was officially complete.

"I said the trilogy is complete but the movie 3 from Hell is not finished yet," Zombie writes. "Still got a couple months of work left."

"It's getting there and it is f***ing awesome," he adds.

A release date for 3 from Hell has yet to be revealed, but Zombie did show a teaser trailer for the movie during his tour last year.

Meanwhile, Zombie has also been working on a new album, the follow-up to 2016's The Electric Warlock Acid Witch Satanic Orgy Celebration Dispenser. The new record is expected to arrive sometime this year.

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Foo Fighters hit the gridiron in short film celebrating pre-Super Bowl show 

Credit: Brantley GutierrezFoo Fighters are ready for some football. The band has released a five-minute short film celebrating their upcoming DIRECTV Super Saturday Night gig in Atlanta on February 2 -- one night before Super Bowl LIII.

In the funny clip, each of the Foos play a member of the Jackalopes football team -- which is even less organized than Paul Crewe's Mean Machine. For example, Dave Grohl plays team captain Larry Butz, who keeps sneaking swigs from his flask during practice, while Taylor Hawkins plays quarterback Bret Rogers, who's more focused on his endorsements than his play on the field.

The Jackalopes' practice, narrated by Fox NFL Sunday host Curt Menefee and analysts Terry Bradshaw and Michael Strahan, doesn't go to well, and eventually comes to an end due to injuries, hallucinogenic drugs and, in the case of Grohl's Butz, getting arrested.

Not only do the Foos portray the players, they also play the cheerleaders. You can watch it all for yourself now on YouTube.

If you were hoping to attend the Atlanta show, it's sold out, but you can still watch it live from the comfort of your own home via the DIRECTV Twitter page. The stream begins February 2 at 10:30 p.m. ET.

Super Bowl LIII will kick off Sunday, February 3 in Atlanta's Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

In other Foo Fighters news, the band will lead a Mardi Gras parade in New Orleans on February 14. They'll then play the first shows of the new Fillmore New Orleans concert venue on February 15 and 16.

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"Cowboy-hat country artist" Cody Johnson unleashes his major-label debut, while still being "completely...Texas"

Warner Music Nashville Today, former rodeo cowboy and prison guard Cody Johnson releases his major label debut, Ain't Nothin' to It, as he simultaneously enjoys his first top-25 hit, "On My Way to You."

The Lone Star State native has already placed two independent albums in the top ten of Billboard's country albums chart, and become the only indie artist to ever sell out NRG Stadium during RodeoHouston.

Now, Johnson's forging ahead in a new partnership with Warner Nashville, without losing any of his authenticity.

"To see... that the independent music that I've spent ten years of my life crafting and honing with my fans on the road -- and really putting in the time and the real work -- to see that one of the largest labels in Nashville is gonna get behind it, and I'm not having to change anything, that speaks to where we're at at this day and time in country music," Cody tells ABC Radio.

"That the door is actually open for a traditional, cowboy-hat country artist to come in here," he adds.  "There's no formula to us, they're just behind us and we're getting to be exactly who I am -- and that's an amazing thing for a guy like me."

With a multi-million-dollar career already under his belt, Cody says conquering new horizons is just icing on the cake.

"You know, I was... perfectly happy," he says candidly. "This record was completely done before we merged with Warner Nashville. So if I'm Texas at that point, technically this is a Texas record."

Cody continues, "You know, I'm one of those guys that if it all went away tomorrow, I'd be so thankful. I've got a wife and two daughters that really mean more to me than any of this."  

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Country star trivia

Comstock/Thinkstock Marty Stuart scored the biggest hit of his career so far in 1991 with this #2 duet with fellow "No Hat Act" Travis Tritt. Can you name it? ANSWER: "The Whiskey Ain't Workin'."

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"Crazy" on YouTube: Watch Heart rock out with Dave Navarro in clip from band's upcoming concert video

earMUSICA new preview from Heart's upcoming concert video, Live in Atlantic City, has been posted on the earMUSIC label's YouTube channel.  The clip features the band playing its classic 1976 tune "Crazy On You" with Jane's Addiction guitarist Dave Navarro.

As previously reported, Live in Atlantic City will be released on Friday, January 25, in multiple audio and video configurations. The concert, which took place in March 2006 in Atlantic City, New Jersey, and featured Heart performing with a variety of musical guests, was originally filmed for an episode of the VH1 series Decades Rock Live!

At the show, Heart played a set featuring many of its hits, as well as a few cover tunes. The guest artists who hit the stage with the band included Navarro, Alice in Chains, Guns N' Roses bassist Duff McKagan, singer/songwriter Rufus Wainwright, and country stars Carrie Underwood and Gretchen Wilson.

In addition to "Crazy on You," Navarro joined Heart for renditions of "Straight On" and "Bébé Le Strange," as well as of Led Zeppelin's "Misty Mountain Hop."

Live in Atlantic City will be available on CD, vinyl LP, DVD and Blu-ray, digitally, and as a CD/Blu-ray set. The DVD and Blu-ray will include a bonus video feature called Heart Confidential.

This past October and December, respectively, video clips from Live in Atlantic City featuring Heart performing the 2004 song "Lost Angel", as well as "Bébé Le Strange," were posted on YouTube.

Here's the full Live in Atlantic City track list:

"Bébé Le Strange" -- with Dave Navarro
"Straight On" -- with Dave Navarro
"Crazy on You" -- with Dave Navarro
"Lost Angel"
"Even It Up" -- with Gretchen Wilson
"Rock 'n' Roll" -- with Gretchen Wilson
"Dog & Butterfly" -- with Rufus Wainwright
"Would?" -- with Alice in Chains & Duff McKagan*
"Rooster" -- with Alice in Chains & Duff McKagan
"Alone" -- with Carrie Underwood
"Magic Man"
"Misty Mountain Hop" -- with Dave Navarro
"Dreamboat Annie"

* = on CD and LP only.

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