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30 Years Ago: Pantera Take a Final Glam Bow on 'Power Metal'

"I liked songs that you could wash your car to where the vocals were the hook, but the band direction was going away from that to a place where the song was driven primarily by guitar hooks.”

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'Pawn Stars' Richard Harrison, known as 'The Old Man,' dies

"Pawn Stars" patriarch, Richard Benjamin Harrison, who was known as "The Old Man," has died at age 77.

Gold & Silver Pawn's Facebook page posted Monday that Harrison was surrounded by "loving family" this past weekend and died peacefully.

The post said that fans would remember Harrison as a "sometimes grumpy (always loving, however), often wisecracking, and voice of absolute reason" on the History Channel reality show.

The Navy veteran opened the Gold & Silver Pawn store in Las Vegas with his son, Rick. "Pawn Stars" premiered in 2009 and features the Harrisons interacting with customers who are trying to sell or pawn objects that often are unusual or have historic value.

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5 Seconds of Summer edges Beyoncé-Jay-Z collaboration, tops Billboard charts 

Australian pop-punk band 5 Seconds of Summer debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart in the United States that will be released this week, edging the collaborative LP of Beyoncé and Jay-Z, and a push by fans of the late rapper XXXTentacion, Billboard reported.

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“Youngblood” by 5 Seconds of Summer, sold 142,000 total copies in the week following its June 15 release, Rolling Stone reported. Of that number, 117,000 were in traditional album sales, Billboard reported.

It is the group’s third album and the third to top the U.S. charts, following its self-titled debut album in 2014 and “Sounds Good Feels Good” the following year.

“You are every reason why we feel like the luckiest people alive," the band wrote on Instagram on Monday.

The Billboard 200 chart ranks the most popular albums of the week in the U.S. based on traditional album sales, track equivalent albums and streaming equivalent albums. The entire chart will be posted by Billboard on Tuesday.

Beyoncé and Jay-Z were at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 with “Everything is Love,” which the pair released as the Carters, Rolling Stone reported. The album sold 123,000 total copies.

>> Arrest made in death of rapper XXXTentacion

According to Billboard, a late social media push by the band propelled “Youngblood” past “Everything Is Love” for the top spot on the charts.

Two albums by XXXTentacion, who was shot and killed in Deerfield Beach, Florida, on June 18, cracked the top 10: “?,” which debuted at No. 1 on March 31, jumped from 24th to the third spot. His “17” album from 2017 jumped from No. 60 to No. 7, Billboard reported.

Robert Plant Moves Forward With the Past: Concert Review

The singer played the Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater in Vail, Colo. We were there.

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Supreme Court won't hear case of 'Making a Murderer's' Brendan Dassey 

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to take the case of Brendan Dassey, whose confession to rape and murder charges as a teenager was featured in the Netflix documentary, “Making a Murderer,” The Washington Post reported.

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Dassey, now in his late 20s, is serving a life sentence after he was convicted in 2007, along with his uncle, Steven Avery, for the 2005 rape and murder of photographer Teresa Halbach in Manitowoc County, Wisconsin. Halbach’s burned body was found on Avery’s property, the Post reported. Dassey was 16 at the time of the murder, Variety  reported.

Dassey’s attorneys claimed his confession to police was coerced, Variety reported. He was interrogated four times over a 48-hour period, the Post reported.

The Supreme Court gave no reason for denying the petition made by Dassey’s attorney’s in the case of Dassey v. Dittmann

The Wisconsin Court of Appeals upheld Dassey’s conviction, ruling that the interrogations were not coercive. Dassey was read his rights and his mother consented to the interview. He did not have an attorney present when he was interviewed, the Post reported.

Dassey appealed the Wisconsin decision to federal court, and a panel for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 7th Circuit in Chicago upheld the decision on a 2-1 vote. However, the full appeals court overturned the panel’s ruling by a 4-3 vote in December, the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reported, noting that Dassey’s confession was voluntary.

Under federal law, the Supreme Court usually defers to decisions made by lower courts and intervenes only if the decision by the state court was unreasonable, the Post reported.

Lincoln Foundation's Marilyn Monroe dress sells for $50,000

The Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library Foundation's unusual ownership of a black dress once belonging to movie star Marilyn Monroe is ending as it sold over the weekend for $50,000.

The dress was among several items that the Springfield, Illinois, foundation put up for auction in Las Vegas. Darren Julien of Julien's Auctions tells The Chicago Tribune that the dress sold for near its estimated price. Seven photographs of Monroe sold for between $1,000 and $3,000 each. Bids for a bust of poet Carl Sandburg didn't reach the foundation's minimum.

The money will help repay $10 million the foundation owes on a 2007 loan for buying a collection that included the Monroe items along with others purportedly belonging to Lincoln, including a stovepipe hat, bloodstained gloves and an 1824 book.


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Heather Locklear arrested again for attacking cop, EMT

Actress Heather Locklear has been arrested a week after she was hospitalized for psychiatric evaluation.

E! News reported that Locklear, 56, was arrested at 11:30 p.m. Sunday for battery on a police officer and emergency personnel. TMZ first reported the news, saying that the original 911 call was for a disturbance. 

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According to TMZ, a family member called 911. Law enforcement sources said police first went to Locklear’s home around 6 p.m. for another disturbance but it was determined that no crime occurred.

Related: Actress Heather Locklear hospitalized for psychiatric evaluation, police say

The Ventura County Sheriff's Office told Fox News a deputy responded to a 911 call after 11 p.m. and that Locklear was “heavily intoxicated” and “arguing with other subjects at the residence.”

“The responding deputy believed it was necessary to separate her from the others,” a department spokesperson told Fox News. “In the process of trying to separate her, she battered the deputy. There was no injury to the deputy. That action caused her to get arrested.”

Related: Heather Locklear arrested on suspicion of domestic violence, assault on officer

Locklear was taken to a hospital before she was booked in jail, where she is being held on $20,000 bail.

In February, Locklear was arrested on similar charges when police responded to a domestic violence call at her home. She reportedly kicked and struck three deputies. She was also arrested on one count of domestic violence.

On June 17, Locklear was hospitalized when she reportedly threatened to hurt herself.

A representative for Locklear has not commented on Sunday’s arrest.

Dan Ingram, Celebrated Top 40 Disc Jockey, Dead at 83

Defined by his irreverent, then-edgy style, Dan Ingram was one of radio's best-known Top 40-spinning jokesters.

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Top 10 Vinnie Paul Songs

Here's the 10 best songs by Vinnie Paul, the legendary and innovative drummer from Pantera, Damageplan and Hellyeah.

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Paul McCartney Hopes for Intimate Shows Before Upcoming Tour

Beatles icon looks forward to less “precious” and more “fun” appearances in support of new album 'Egypt Station.'

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