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Revelation of the Day: Katy Perry Was Once The Backup Vocalist For P.O.D.
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Before Katy Perry danced with a Left Shark and kissed a girl (and liked it), she was a backup vocalist for Christian alternative rock band P.O.D.

This little-known fact was rediscovered today by Metal Sucks, and we can't stop laughing about it.

Perry was known as Katy Hudson when she provided vocals in 2006 for "Goodbye Now." She's featured in this music video starting at 3:36.

And she joined the band on The Tonight Show around the 3:24 mark.

Katy sure has come a long way.

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Nirvana joined the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in their first year of eligibility, alongside Kiss, Peter Gabriel, Hall and Oates, Cat Stevens and Linda Ronstadt. Michael Stipe, from R.E.M., inducted Nirvana into the hall of fame saying "Nirvana tapped into a voice that was yearning to be heard. Nirvana were kicking against the mainstream. They spoke truth and a lot of people listened."

Here were the four Nirvana performances during the show:

Joan Jett joined Nirvana onstage to perform "Smells Like Teen Spirit"

Kim Gordon, from Sonic Youth, sang "Aneurysm" St. Vincent performed "Lithium"

And Lorde sang "All Apologies"

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Jim Marshall, whose pioneering Marshall amplifiers were behind some of the biggest names in rock and roll -- Jimi Hendrix, Pete Townshend of The Who, and Eric Clapton -- and who is considered "the founder of loud" and responsible for the sound of rock, has died.

From Marshall Amplification: "Your memory; the music and joy your amps have brought to countless millions for the past five decades; and that world-famous, omnipresent script logo that proudly bears your name will always live on."

[ap / musicradar]

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The Best Earthquake of the Day: Geologists with Auckland GeoNet announced today that seismic activity recorded during the Foo Fighters' Tuesday night concert at Western Springs was "similar to volcanic tremors."

In other words, they literally rocked the place.

50,000 attendees and the band's powerful sound system are believed to be the sou

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