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Billy Joel Receiving Library of Congress Gershwin Prize

As if Billy Joel’s mantel didn’t already have enough awards, now the Piano Man will have to make room for another honor! more...

Classic Rock Rundown – Wednesday, July 23, 2014

On today's edition of the Classic Rock Rundown, Uncle Buck gives the latest on James Brown, Black Sabbath, George Harrison and more. more...

Big In Japan!

A Beatles Japanese box set and two releases from ZZ Top highlight this week’s new classic rock releases: more...

George Harrison Memorial Tree Destroyed By Beetles

In “so ridiculous I can’t make this up news:” A tree planted in Los Angeles in memory of Beatle George Harrison was killed as the result of a beetle infestation. more...

AC/DC’s Rudd Dropping Solo Album, New Single Out Now

AC/DC may have wrapped the recording process on their follow-up to 2010’s Black Ice, but drummer Phil Rudd isn’t waiting around to release new music. more...

Yes’s “Heaven & Earth” Out Now

In stores today is Yes’s "Heaven & Earth," the prog rock group's follow-up to 2011's "Fly From Here." more...

Dusty Hill Undergoing Surgery, ZZ Top Tour Delayed

Just a day after adding more dates to its upcoming North American tour with Jeff Beck, ZZ Top has delayed its start by two weeks so bassist Dusty Hill can recuperate from surgery. more...

Happy 67th Birthday, Don Henley!

Don Henley’s 67th birthday finds him, once more, with the Eagles, the band that made him famous. more...

Classic Rock Rundown – Tuesday, July 22, 2014

On today's edition of the Classic Rock Rundown, Uncle Buck gives the latest on Paul McCartney, Queen, Aerosmith and more. more...

Sound Bite Alert: Gene Simmons On Being Rich, The “1 Percent”

Leave it to Gene Simmons to be completely unashamed of being rich, rich…richer than hell. more...
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