Tommy's own story of how he loved and lost Pam – plus other tales from Mötley Crüe's dark past
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Opening their world tour in Hawaii, Pearl Jam set aside the issues and rock
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Dave Pirner burns the midnight oil, defending his band, music and his punk credibility
The songwriter goes electric, again
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The DJ, devout Christian, and vegetarian is disappointed in today's rave scene
Grunge icons will perform for the first time since filing complaint against Ticketmaster
The band is waging an anti-trust war against the ticketing giant