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check out this new photo of Amanda & her band...
The always talented and controversial - mostly because she isn't afraid to try new things and speak her mind (especially on Twitter), Amanda Palmer, is playing a massive New Year's Eve show at NYC's Terminal 5 where she and The Grand Theft Orchestra will be performing Prince's Purple Rain in its entirety in addition to her original songs (get your tickets - regular or VIP).
Meanwhile, we asked Amanda to list her favorite 10 musical things from 2012, and you can see what she listed and watch her new NSFW video for "Do It With a Rockstar", below...
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- My Bloody Valentine played Hammerstein Ballroom w/ Dumb Numbers (night 1 pics, setlist)
- MIA says Superbowl middle finger was a Hindu hand gesture, played Terminal 5 again (and a party in Bushwick) -- pics
- Nine Inch Nails taped for ACL TV (pics & setlist), now on the road with Austin's Explosions in the Sky (dates)
- 2013 NYC Village Halloween Parade in photos (part 2) -- Marshmallow Man, Heisenberg, body paint, zombies & more
- 'Emo Revival' & how 'Indie Rock' was already 'Emo' (or vice versa)
- an interview with Johnny Marr (on his own forthcoming autobiography, social media, Spider-Man, Andy Rourke & more)
- an interview with Ben Nichols of Lucero (who are on tour with Titus Andronicus now, playing Terminal 5... again)
- an interview with Kevin Shields of My Bloody Valentine
- Lou Reed, RIP
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