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Originally posted 10/13/2015 04:50PM
If someone asked you to name a Christmas carol, you'd probably have no trouble naming a dozen of them. If someone asked you to name a Halloween song, however, you might not be quite as quick to think up a complete playlist. You see, while Halloween can compete with Christmas well enough in the decoration and candy departments, there just aren't that many traditional songs associated with Halloween.
Originally posted 03/02/2015 07:55PM
This rock 'n' roller is getting hitched!
Originally posted 09/06/2014 08:45AM
What similarity do these vastly different entertainers all share? Miley Cyrus, Metallica and Eminem are new Guinness World Record holders. Each of the performers will be featured in the Guinness World Records 2015 book, out Sept. 10.
Originally posted 07/15/2014 12:40PM
New York Yankees pitcher Mariano Rivera famously used Metallica's ominous "Enter Sandman" whenever he stepped up to the mound, and now that he's retired, it looks like the band doesn't have much to do, at least according to this SportsCenter promo.
Originally posted 01/07/2014 02:20PM
This year's lineup of who's performing at the Jan. 26 Grammy Awards has just been announced, and the show really promises to rock.
Originally posted 08/15/2012 06:00AM
It was a music-filled weekend in the forest for Vanessa Hudgens and boyfriend Austin Butler.
The couple braved the freezing cold weather in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park, where they attended Outside Lands, a music, food, wine, beer and art festival, set up like a wonderland in the wilderness.
Sitting on a blue tarp early Friday evening, Hudgens and Butler chilled out right before watching a set by Canadian electronica duo, MSTRKRFT.
"Vanessa was on her cell phone, while Austin laid down next to her, seeming super relaxed," an onlooker tells PEOPLE.
Originally posted 01/28/2010 10:30AM
One tragic chapter closes, another begins. Virginia State Police on Wednesday confirmed that the human remains found in a Virginia hayfield earlier this week have been conclusively identified as belonging to Virginia Tech student Morgan Harrington, 20, who went missing from a Metallica concert in Charlottesville on Oct. 17.
Her parents, Gil and Daniel Harrington, now say whoever did this to their daughter must be captured and tried in court.
"At least we now have some peace and we're able to have some closure today," Daniel Harrington said Wednesday, reports The Washington Post."We now need to find the person who did this, and we will not stop until that person is brought to justice."
Originally posted 01/27/2010 07:05AM
The three-month hunt for missing Virginia Tech student Morgan Harrington may have come to a grisly conclusion Tuesday.
Authorities in Virginia say that they are "fairly confident" that the skeletal remains discovered in a hayfield in Albemarle County belong to the 5'6", 120-lb., blue-eyed blonde, 20, who disappeared during a Metallica concert at the John Paul Jones Arena in Charlottesville, Va., on Oct. 17.
David Bass, whose 742-acre Anchorage Farm is some eight miles south of the arena, found the remains while doing maintenance work on his property, reports the University of Virginia's The Cavalier Daily. He then contacted police.
Originally posted 10/31/2009 01:50PM
Two weeks after the mysterious disappearance of Virginia Tech University student Morgan Harrington, no clues or leads as to her whereabouts are known to exist – but members of Metallica remain optimistic about the safe return of the young woman last seen at the band's Oct. 17 concert.
"We are staying positive that she will be found soon," Metallica lead guitarist Kirk Hammett told PEOPLE at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Concert in New York City Friday. "We are all hoping for the best and praying for her and her family."
Hammett and his heavy metal bandmates have been in contact with Harrington's family, whom the musician described as "holding up as well as they possible can."
Originally posted 10/27/2009 10:55AM
In a case that is gathering national attention, Metallica has added $50,000 to a $100,000 reward being offered by the parents of a missing woman last seen at one of the heavy metal band's concerts.
Dressed in black boots, a black skirt and a black Pantera T-shirt, Morgan Harrington, 20, a student at Virginia Tech University, was with friends, waiting for the band to take to the stage of the John Paul Jones Arena in Charlottesville, Va., on Oct. 17. Just before 9 p.m., she excused herself to go to the bathroom, then called her pals to say the staff was refusing to let her back inside and that she would make her way home.
That was the last anyone has heard from the 5'6", 120-lb., blue-eyed, blonde student.
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