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Ray Davies Says No Kinks Reunion Without Dave Davies

The Kinks are backpedaling on this week's report that frontman Ray Davies and drummer Mick Avory are planning to make new music and tour with or without guitarist Dave Davies. More...

Paul McCartney & Wings Reissues Pushed Back To November 4th

Paul McCartney and Wings fans will have to cool their heels a bit waiting for the next two releases in the Paul McCartney Archives Collection. More...

Ray Davies Says Kinks Reunion Is On, With or Without Dave Davies

An ultimatum from one Kinks brother to another? THERE'S something new. More...

Neil & Pegi Young File For Divorce

The music world has been shocked by news that Neil Young has filed for divorce from his wife of 36 years, Pegi. More...

Randy Bachman’s “Vinyl Tap Tour” Out Now

Just out this week is Randy Bachman's "Vinyl Tap Tour: Every Song Tells a Story," a DVD and CD documentary of the special storytellers type of show the former Guess Who and Bachman-Turner Overdrive guitarist does on occasion. More...

“Whole Lotta Love” Voted Greatest Guitar Riff

Led Zeppelin's "Whole Lotta Love" has received every inch of BBC 2 listeners' love in a new poll naming the Greatest Guitar Riff of all time. More...

New Live Alice Cooper CD/DVD Set Due Out October 21

We all know Alice Cooper loves the dead, so it's no surprise his new live recording will be titled "Raise the Dead: Live From Wacken." More...

Asia, Bachman, Hornsby & More!

Asia, Randy Bachman and Bruce Hornsby highlight this week’s new classic rock releases. More...

Doobie’s Simmons Raising Funds In Charity Motorcycle Ride

Doobie Brothers co-founder Patrick Simmons is planning to do some rockin' down the highway after the group's summer tour ends on September 1 at the New York State Fair in Syracuse. More...

Mark David Chapman Denied Parole For 8th Time

John Lennon's killer is now 0-for-8 in requests for parole. More...

Tyler, Gibbons & Zander Join Kings of Chaos

Aerosmith's Steven Tyler, ZZ Top's Billy Gibbons and Cheap Trick frontman Robin Zander have signed on to be part of the all-star Kings of Chaos when the group plays in South Africa later this year. More...

Genesis Three-Disc “R-Kive” Collection Due Out September 29th

Genesis has a new album of old material coming this fall. More...

Heartbreakers Guitarist Mike Campbell On Debuting At No. 1

Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers' new "Hypnotic Eye" is the group's first No. 1 album in its 38 years of recording. More...

McCartney Tops Richest Bassist List

To the surprise of probably and absolutely no one, Paul McCartney is the richest bass player in the world. More...

The Who Ask Fans To Help Create Their Tour Program

The Who is looking for help from its fans in compiling the program for its upcoming Who Hits 50! tour. More...

Michael McDonald Issues Statement About the Events in Ferguson, Mo.

Michael McDonald is weighing in on the events going on in Ferguson, Mo., where he was raised and graduated from McCluer High School. More...

Frehley’s “Space Invader” Lands Today

Hot off KISS’ April induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, original guitarist Ace Frehley launches "Space Invader," his first solo album in five years. More...

Justin Hayward’s Live Solo Release Out Now

Justin Hayward steps outside of the Moody Blues again today (August 19) with the release of "Spirits...Live -- Live at the Buckhead Theatre, Atlanta," a CD and home video souvenir of his solo performance on August 17, 2013. More...

Elton John, Steven Tyler, James Taylor on New Smokey Robinson Album

Motown legend Smokey Robinson dipped into his Classic Rock Rolodex for his new duets album "Smokey & Friends," netting songs with Elton John, James Taylor and Aerosmith's Steven Tyler. More...

Ace Has Landed…

Ace Frehley, Justin Hayward and Smokey Robinson highlight this week’s new classic rock releases. More...

Gene Simmons Apologizes For Comments on Depression, Mental Illness

KISS’ Gene Simmons is making amends after a firestorm generated by comments he made in a recent interview about depression and mental illness. More...

New Bob Seger Album Coming Out October 14th

Bob Seger plans to "Ride Out" on October 14 with the release of his first new album in eight years. More...

Gray Wright Releasing Autobiography October 7th

The Dream Weaver will be spinning some tales in print this fall. More...

McCartney Shows Rare Beatles Photos At Candlestick Park Show

As if returning to the site of the Beatles' final paid concert for one last event wasn't enough, Paul McCartney found a way to make his performance on Thursday (August 15) at San Francisco's Candlestick Park even more special. More...

Bob Seger Unveils Cover of John Hiatt’s “Detroit Made”

Bob Seger surprised fans with a new song on Thursday (August 14). More...
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