Beck returned to 'Saturday Night Live' last night and performed two songs from his just-released new album 'Morning Phase.' And while the performances weren't as epic as 'Clap Hands' from 2006, they were still pretty good.
If you've been keeping score at home, rock 'n' roll journeyman Bruce Springsteen has been covering songs by artists whose home countries he's been playing in lately. So over the past couple weeks, we've gotten Bossified versions of AC/DC's 'Highway to Hell' and the Bee Gees' 'Stayin' Alive' in Australia that vary in their levels of tolerance.
Wouldn't you like to be a fly on the wall when two rock greats discuss their craft? Thanks to Fuse, that's happening with the new digital series titled 'Metalhead to Head.' In the latest episode, Megadeth's Dave Mustaine and Thin Lizzy's Ricky Warwick delve into their musical histories.
Ever wish you could be even closer to your favorite band when they're performing live? Thanks to Protest the Hero's new concert video for 'Tilting Against Windmills,' you get a pretty intimate view of what the band's show is like.
Ever wonder which of those beers you should buy at the convenience store on that Friday night beer run? Thanks to BuzzFeedYellow and this Wine Expert, you can now know which of these beers is the best.
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