Taylor Linzinmeir is a Nashville-based journalist with a love for all things music and entertainment.
Taylor Hawkins’ Toxicology Report Released by Colombian Officials
Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins had 10 different substances in his system at the time of his death, according to Colombia's attorney general.
Company Hires Someone to Listen to 24 Hours of Breakup Songs for $1,100
FinanceBuzz hired someone to listen to 24 hours of breakup songs for $1,100. The project was in the name of science, finding out what kind of songs provided more emotional relief than others during a breakup.
Spotify Removes Joe Rogan Podcast Episodes Featuring Racial Slurs
The episodes all pre-date 2019 and aren't related to Joe Rogan's current COVID-19 controversy. Instead, the removal appears to be due to the inclusion of derogatory language and racial slurs in the episodes.
KISS’ Paul Stanley Reflects on Turning 70
KISS' Paul Stanley turned 70 on Thursday (Jan. 20) and recently took to Twitter to reflect on the milestone.
Woodstock Organizer Michael Lang Dies at 77
Lang co-created the Woodstock Music and Art Festival in 1969 when he was just 24.
Queen Guitarist Brian May Tests Positive for COVID-19
"I beg you and implore you to go and get jabbed if you're not already, because you need the help."
Queen’s Brian May Speaks Out Against BRIT Awards’ Gender-inclusive Categories
“I get so sick of people trying to change things without thinking of the long-term consequences,” he adds. “Some of these things are an improvement, some of them are not.”
Indiana High School Offers Satanic Club
An Indiana high school offers a Satanic club and people are having mixed reactions.