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Linkin Park announce new, unreleased song ‘Friendly Fire’ featuring Chester Bennington

Linkin Park will be dropping a never-before-heard song, ‘Friendly Fire’, featuring the late Chester Bennington.The band shared a teaser of the synthpop-inspired track on their social media, adding that the song was taken from the band’s sessions for their last album, ‘One More Light’, which was released just two months before Bennington’s death by suicide in 2017.The snippet, which appears to be the chorus, features the lines: “We’re falling apart for no reason/We’re pulling the trigger in a useless war/If we go back and go into the black/What are we fighting for?/What are we fighting?/It’s just friendly fire.”It has not yet been confirmed when the track will be released.

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Watch Richard Marx call out fan for talking through gig: “Learn some fucking manners”
Rick Springfield, as the two performed at the Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, New York, on January 21.During the rendition of his 1989 song ‘Angelia’, someone in the crowd was heard exclaiming loudly multiple times, while Marx continued to play, seemingly taking no notice. Following the completion of the song, however, he shared his frustration at the moment and went on to address the crowd and single out the noisy audience member.“I’m genuinely curious who raised you to think that anything you could yell out was more important than what we were doing,” he said from the stage, as seen in a video obtained by TMZ.He concluded by saying: “Learn some fucking manners, lady”, as the audience was heard cheering for the singer.The singer-songwriter has had an extensive career in the music industry, making a name for himself both as a solo artist and as a songwriter for many other musicians.His song ‘Hold On To The Nights’ topped the singles charts following its release in 1988, and he went on to reach Number One again the following year with singles ‘Right Here Waiting’ and ‘Satisfied’.His most recent studio album arrived in 2022 and was titled ‘Songwriter’.Marx’s tour with Springfield was set to continue last week, however, at the last minute several shows were postponed after the latter was taken ill with the flu.Revealing the news on his Instagram page, Springfield shared a statement reading: “I contracted one of the nasty flus running rampant and have not been able to shake it.”He continued: “I never want to not be at my best performing especially on this special show that my dear friend Richard and I have put together.
Comedian Anthony Rodia is on tour. How much are tickets?
Anthony Rodia, 43, is midway through his ongoing nationwide ‘Totally Relatable Tour’ and making many, many stops in the northeast along the way.That includes dozens of shows in New York where he’ll play Nyack, Rochester, Albany, Verona, Port Chester and Huntington venues.The first generation Italian-American New York is also slated to headline a pair of gigs in New Jersey this year, too.As of now, he has shows lined up in both Morristown and Red Bank.And if you want tickets to see the rapidly rising comic that may remind you of Sebastian Maniscalco and Joe Gatto, you can grab them for all 25 of his upcoming headlining spots today.You won’t have to break the bank, either.At the time of publication, the lowest price we could find on tickets was $30 before fees on Vivid Seats.Other shows have seats starting anywhere from $38 to $147 before fees.Curious how much Rodia tickets will cost for the show closest to you?You’re in the right place.Our team has everything you need to know and more about Anthony Rodia’s 2024 ‘Totally Relatable Tour’ below.All prices listed above are subject to fluctuation.A complete calendar including all tour dates, venues and links to the cheapest tickets available can be found here:(Note: The New York Post confirmed all above prices at the publication time. All prices are in US dollars, subject to fluctuation and include additional fees at checkout.)Vivid Seats is a verified secondary market ticketing platform, and prices may be higher or lower than face value, depending on demand.