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New Live Springsteen Set Now Available

Bruce Springsteen has tapped his vaults for another new release in his ongoing concert recording series. More...

Rush Photo Book Celebrates Band’s History

Rush will offer fans a bit of a read in front of its upcoming R40 tour this year. More...

Not Dirt Cheap: Malcolm Young Purchases $10 Million Home

AC/DC's ailing Malcolm Young may have dementia, but he's not destitute. More...

Deep Purple Announce North American Tour Dates

There'll be a little smoke across the water this summer as Deep Purple brings its road show to the U.S. for a dozen concerts this summer. More...

Paul Kantner Suffers Suspected Heart Attack

Paul Kantner, co-founder of the Jefferson Airplane and Jefferson Starship, has been grounded by health concerns. More...

New Frampton Album In The Works

It appears Peter Frampton has a new album on the way -- comprised of older material. More...

Doors’ Debut Added To Library of Congress’s Nation Recording Registry

The Doors' self-titled 1967 debut album is among the new titles added to the Library of Congress's National Recording Registry, which each year adds 25 recordings that are at least 10 years old and deemed "culturally, historically or aesthetically significant." More...

All-Star Lineup Set For Les Paul 100th Birthday Celebration

Neal Schon of Journey, Steve Miller, Joan Jett and Joe Satriani are among the guitarists who will take part in a June 9 celebration of the late guitar legend and inventor Les Paul's 100th birthday. More...

Paul McCartney Headlining Lollapalooza

Paul McCartney will be one of the headliners at this year's Lollapalooza 2015 festival, running July 31-August 2 at Grant Park in Chicago. More...

New Live Skynyrd Set Due Out June 2nd

A couple of vintage Lynyrd Skynyrd concerts will be released as Sweet Home Alabama, a new two-CD set coming June 2. More...

Phil Ehart On The New Kansas Documentary ‘Miracles Out of Nowhere’

Hitting stores today (March 24) is 'Miracles Out of Nowhere,' the new documentary about Kansas from the group's inception through its fifth album, 'Point of Know Return.' More...

David Paich Talks New Toto Album

Out this week is Toto XIV, the group's first new album since 2006's Falling In Between. More...

Fogerty Autobiography Due Out October 6th

John Fogerty has announced an October 6 publication date for his autobiography, Fortunate Son: My Life, My Music. More...

“Strawberry Fields Forever” Voted Best Beatles Song In New Poll

The best Beatles song ever? The honor goes to 1967's "Strawberry Fields Forever," according to a new artist poll by Britain's New Musical Express. More...

Black Sabbath “Farewell” Show Set For November 22nd

Black Sabbath has put a date on its farewell appearance -- or so it seems. More...

New Classic Rock Releases – Week of March 23rd

Van Morrison, Kansas and Roger Taylor headline this week’s new classic rock releases. More...

Recap of The Zombies’ SXSW Set

The Zombies had a lot of old but also something new to offer fans as they opened up the night at Stubb’s. More...

Ian McLagan Honored At SXSW Tribute

The late Ian McLagan got a fond and emotional farewell in his adopted home town of Austin, Texas on Wednesday night (March 19) courtesy of an hour-long, all-star tribute that closed the 33rd annual Austin Music Awards during the South By Southwest Music Conference and Festival in Texas. More...

Rock Hall Ceremony Presenters Revealed

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has announced its first presenters and performers for its 2015 induction ceremony, taking place April 18 at Cleveland’s Public Hall. More...

Ann Wilson Talks New Heart Project

Ann Wilson tells us Heart will also be focusing on new music, both on and off stage. More...

New Music In The Works For Mike + the Mechanics

Currently touring in North American for the first time in more than two decades, Mike + the Mechanics is starting to get to work on some new music, too. More...

James "J.Y." Young Talks Possibility Of New Styx Material

James "J.Y." Young tells us that there are rumblings of fresh material in the Styx camp these days. More...

Knopfler Eighth Solo LP Drops Today

Mark Knopfler releases his eighth solo album, "Tracker," today. More...

Toto’s Mike Porcaro Loses Battle With ALS

Toto bassist Mike Porcaro has lost his battle with ALS, passing away on Sunday (March 15) at the age of 59 in California. More...

Stones Tour Details Out This Thursday

It appears Thursday (March 19) will be the day the Rolling Stones finally announce their North American tour dates. More...
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