Bishal Roy

A devoted pro wrestling fan for more than a decade who feels fortunate to express the love for the art through writing. A passionate learner in the world of professional writing, and an ardent Manchester United fan. Happy to be bringing his experience of writing thousands of entertainment stories to the world of music fans. Bishal has reported for SEScoops.com and Wrestling-Edge.

Travis Barker Drops Sad Health Bombshell

It has been noted that Blink-182’s Travis Barker raised concerns for his fans. The 47-year-old musician recently provided an update about his health. Following his return to the Blink-182 tour after his wife Kourtney Kardashian Barker’s “urgent fetal surgery,” Barker took to his Instagram Story to share an image holding up a positive COVID test result. The post included emojis …

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Roger Waters Exposes David Gilmour Guitar Solo Lie

Roger Waters recently reacted to the rumors about his ‘hatred’ of David Gilmour’s guitar work. He clarified the  common ‘misconception’ about the guitarist’s ‘Comfortably Numb’ solo, while answering fan questions on YouTube via Rock Celebrities. The first question that popped up was from a fan named Mitch Cohen, who asked: “While in the studio during the recording of ‘the Wall,’ …

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Guns N’ Roses Legend Winding Down Touring Career?

Former Guns N’ Roses and current Sons of Apollo and Art of Anarchy guitarist Ron “Bumblefoot” Thal recently talked about some of his previous comments about his desire to spend less time on the road and focus more on studio projects. Thal started out with Guns N’ Roses in 2006, replacing Buckethead. He played with the band for eight years …

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The Offspring Member Attacks ‘Creepy’ Russell Brand

It has been noted that The Offspring’s Noodles recently talked about the Russell Brand controversy. It was claimed that the British comedian had been trying to start a cult for years on Twitter. Several women recently accused Brand of sexual assault, harassment, and emotional abuse in a joint investigation by the Sunday Times, the Times, and Channel 4’s Dispatches. The comedian …

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Legendary Guitarist Attacks Top Rock Hall of Fame Name

Variety reported that Rolling Stone magazine founder Jann Wenner was removed from the board of directors of the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame due to his controversial comments about black and women artists. In an interview with The New York Times journalist David Marchese to promote his new book “The Masters” featuring interviews Wenner conducted during his tenure at Rolling Stone, Jann was asked about using interviews he’s only done …

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U2 Member Performs With Very Bad Injury

The legendary band U2 recently played a new song in an impromptu concert and video shoot in Las Vegas. The song is called “Atomic City” which is an old nickname for Las Vegas. It was played multiple times for a crowd of people in Fremont Street. Drummer Larry Mullen Jr. was present and played despite injuries to his elbows and …

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Trent Reznor First Impressions Of Johnny Cash’s ‘Hurt’

Two decades have passed since we lost Johnny Cash. Back in the day, the Man In Black’s remorselessly sparse 2002 cover of Nine Inch Nails’ Hurt and its accompanying video made the fans take notice of the country legend. Hurt originally debuted on Nine Inch Nails’ 1994 album The Downward Spiral, before Cash performed it on the 4th of his …

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Tom DeLonge Reveals Truth About Blink-182’s California

Mark Hoppus recently took to Discord and wrote about Tom DeLonge. Here is what he wrote: View post on imgur.com This is not the first time the band has teased the fans. Previously, Blink-182 dropped tease about their upcoming music. On September 7 they had a new post featuring a cryptic digital clock. The pop-punk trio started teasing new music …

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Puddle of Mudd Banned From Venue After Drama

It’s been just a few days following the release of Puddle of Mudd’s newest album “Ubiquitous.” The band have once again found themselves amid a controversy and grabbed the headlines. It has come to light that the band was banned from a Michigan venue called The Machine Shop. The band cancelled all their upcoming concerts including the shows September 15 …

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Nikki Sixx Speaks Out On Album With Ex-Motley Crue Singer

Motley Crue’s Nikki Sixx recently responded to a fan asking which song is better between Hooligan’s Holiday and Primal Scream. Here is what he wrote: “Both good songs but primal PUT together an honest snap shot of family struggle and redemption lyrically. HH had a cool vibe and groove. Top line is a win win. Came from a news source …

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