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Album Releases Switching To Fridays Beginning Summer 2015

A major change is coming this summer for music consumers. More...

McCartney’s Childhood Home Sold At Auction

Paul McCartney's childhood home in Liverpool, England, is now in the hands of an unidentified fan after an auction at the city's legendary Cavern Club this week. More...

Supertramp Touring For First Time In Five Years

Supertramp is headed back on the road this year for its first tour in five years. More...

Aerosmith’s Hamilton & Whitford Talk Donington Show

Aerosmith Rocks Donington 2014," filmed during the group's performance at the British festival last June 15, has its one-night-only screening at movie theaters tonight (February 26) in advance of its March 3 release on DVD and Blu-ray. More...

Whitesnake Releasing Re-recorded Coverdale-Era Deep Purple Album

Deep Purple Mk.III and IV live again -- sort of -- thanks to singer David Coverdale's band Whitesnake. More...

Styx Concert Special To Air March 15th

Styx is coming to TV next month. More...

Busted: KISS Admit To Using Backing Tracks On Japan Tour

Though it's long railed against other performers using the practice, KISS is fessing up to using a pre-recorded backing tracks for a song on its current tour of Japan. More...

Peter Wolf Talks Evolution of J. Geils Band

Some vintage J. Geils Band comes out today (February 24) in the form of 'House Party Live in Germany,' a CD and DVD set featuring the group's 1979 performance on Germany's "Rockpalast" TV show. More...

Revolution Saints Debut Album Out Now

Arriving today (February 24) is the self-titled debut album by Revolution Saints, a new "supergroup" featuring Journey drummer Deen Castronovo, who sings most of the lead vocals, Night Ranger bassist Jack Blades and former Whitesnake/Dio guitarist Doug Aldrich More...

Neil Young Still At War With Starbucks

Neil Young is continuing to push for a boycott of Starbucks, saying the mega-successful Seattle coffee chain still refuses to reveal that it uses Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) in its food and beverage products. More...

Geddy Lee Confirms Upcoming Tour Will Be “Last Big Tour” For Rush

Geddy Lee had some sad but not surprising news for Rush fans during his appearance Saturday (February 21) on VH1 Classic's "That Metal Show." More...

AC/DC’s Brian Johnson Adds Rare American Car To Collection

AC/DC frontman Brian Johnson has added some new Detroit muscle to his garage. More...

New Classic Rock Releases – Week of February 23rd

Titles from Led Zeppelin, Chicago and J. Geils Band headline this week’s new classic rock releases. More...

Benefit For Wings Guitarist McCullough On For March 17th

Friends of ailing Henry McCullough, the original guitarist in Paul McCartney's Wings, are planning a benefit concert for him on March 17 at the Half Moon, a club in Putney, England. More...

Aerosmith Toying With Performing Entire ‘Toys’ Album

Aerosmith is slowly rolling out dates for its 2015 North American tour, but the group is already starting to discuss what it will play on the road this summer. More...

AC/DC Tickets Going For Top Dollar On Secondary Market

AC/DC tickets for its North American tour dates are fetching major bucks on the secondary market according to Forbes magazine. More...

Hall & Oates Concert Film In Theaters Tonight

Daryl Hall & John Oates are becoming movie stars of a sort -- at least for one night. More...

Ian Anderson Announces New Tull-Themed Stage Shows

Jethro Tull may not be an active concern anymore, but it's providing the concept for founder and frontman Ian Anderson's new stage show. More...

Jimmy Page Hosting ‘Physical Graffiti’ Listening Event On Yahoo! Music

Led Zeppelin fans will get a first chance to hear the new deluxe reissue of Physical Graffiti on Thursday (February 19) when it streams live via Yahoo! Music along with a Q&A with guitarist and producer Jimmy Page. More...

Jimmy Page Receiving Honor At NME Awards

Jimmy Page has been tapped for a special honor at this year's NME Awards, which take place Wednesday (February 18) at the O2 Academy Brixton in London. More...

Pete Townshend To Be Honored By MusiCares

The Who will take a break from the first North American leg of its Who Hits 50! tour for guitarist Pete Towshend and manager Bill Curbishley to be honored by MusiCares. More...

Paul McCartney’s New York State of Mind

It was a big Valentine's Day weekend for Paul McCartney. More...

New Jimmy Page Box Set On The Way

As if all these deluxe Led Zeppelin reissues aren't enough, Jimmy Page has another box set coming out next month. More...

New Classic Rock Releases – Week of February 16th

This week’s new classic rock releases feature new titles from Bob Marley & the Wailers, Grateful Dead and more! More...

Joe Elliott Talks New Def Leppard Album

While Def Leppard's big news this week was the announcement of its summer tour with Styx and Tesla, frontman Joe Elliott tells us the group has also made significant progress on its next album, the follow-up to 2008's "Songs From the Sparkle Lounge." More...
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