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Ardent Studios Founder John Fry Dead At 69

The music world lost a quiet giant on Thursday (December 19) when John Fry, founder of Memphis' famed Ardent Studios and the Ardent Records label, died at home at the age of 69. More...

Bob Seger Announces More Tour Dates

Bob Seger and his Silver Bullet band have rolled out a new batch of dates for their Ride Out Tour, including a March 26 home town show at the Palace of Auburn Hills in Suburban Detroit. More...

Joan Jett & The Blackhearts Opening For The Who On North American Tour

As if her upcoming Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction isn't enough, Joan Jett has more good news to share. More...

Elton John To Marry Longtime Partner David Furnish

Elton John and longtime partner David Furnish will apparently be walking down the aisle this weekend in England. More...

Work From Dylan, Cooper, Reed Headed Into Grammy Hall of Fame

Songs by Alice Cooper ("School's Out") and the late Lou Reed ("Walk on the Wild Side") and albums by Bob Dylan ("Blood on the Tracks") and Neil Young ("Harvest") are among the 27 new entries into the Grammy Hall of Fame. More...

Joan Jett on Heading Into The Rock Hall

It's fair to say Joan Jett was overjoyed at the news she and her band, the Blackhearts, will be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame next April in Cleveland. More...

Illness Forces The Who To Postpone Final UK Shows

The Who Hits 50! tour has hit hard times early on. More...

Mick Jones Talks Foreigner’s New Live Album

Out today (December 16) is "The Best of Foreigner 4 & More," a new live album from the current lineup of Foreigner that digs deep into the band's seminal 1981 "4" album while also including other favorites such as "Feels Like the First Time," "Cold As Ice" and "I Want To Know What Love Is." More...

2015 Rock Hall Induction Class Announced

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's class of 2015 will include Lou Reed, Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble, Joan Jett & the Blackhearts and the Paul Butterfield Blues Band along with Green Day and R&B singer Bill Withers. More...

Rolling Stones Auctioning Signed Jeep For Charity

Want to drive a jeep signed by all four Rolling Stones? You can do it by bidding for a 2014 4x4 Jeep Renegade at CharityBuzz.com. More...

Alleged Phil Rudd Hit Man Says He Was Hired As A Bodyguard

The man thought to be AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd's intended hit man has spoken out to deny the story -- although he's not identifying himself yet. More...

Iron Butterfly Reuniting, Maybe Making New Music

Iron Butterfly is apparently getting back to Gadda. More...

New Classic Rock Releases – Week of 12/15

Foreigner’s new live album featuring many track from their 4 album highlights this week’s new classic rock releases. More...

Joe Perry On His New Christmas EP

The new "Joe Perry's Merry Christmas" EP did not come out of the blue for the Aerosmith guitarist. More...

AC/DC Announce First Shows Of 2015

It's not quite the full-fledged tour reveal fans have been hoping for, but AC/DC has made its first three concert announcements for 2015. More...

Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble Top Rock Hall Fan Vote

If the fans have their way, Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble will be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame next April in Cleveland. More...

AC/DC’s ‘Rock Or Bust’ Sells 172k Copies In First Week

The first week for AC/DC's new album "Rock or Bust" was not quite as triumphant as it was for its predecessor, 2008's "Black Ice." More...

Jake E. Lee Says He Was Cheated Out Of Credits, Royalties On Ozzy’s ‘Bark At The Moon’

Jake E. Lee, Ozzy Osbourne's guitarist from 1983-87, claims that Ozzy and his wife/manager Sharon Osbourne cheated him out of songwriting credits -- and royalties -- from 1983's "Bark at the Moon" album. More...

The Eagles Make Serious Bank In 2014

The Eagles' history was a lucrative one in 2014. More...

Rush Reissuing Catalog On Vinyl

While we wait for new music from Rush, the group has announced an extensive vinyl reissue campaign for the New Year. More...

McCartney-Nirvana Track “Cut Me Some Slack” Featured In New Polo Ad

The Paul McCartney-Nirvana collaboration "Cut Me Some Slack" is enjoying life beyond the "Sound City" film soundtrack for which is was recorded. More...

Yes’s Steve Howe On Current Lead Singer Jon Davison

Out today (December 9) is a new Yes live, album, "Like It Is -- Yes at the Bristol Hippodrome." More...

New Lawsuit: Creedence Clearwater Revisited Vs. John Fogerty

After more than a decade of relative peace it's getting ugly in the world of Creedence Clearwater Revival again. More...

Phil Collins Backs Out Of Charity Performance

Something was not in the air the night of Phil Collins' planned return to the stage over the weekend. More...

Mike Campbell on Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers’ ‘Hypnotic Eye’

Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers are celebrating a 57th Grammy Awards nomination for Best Rock Album for their latest release, "Hypnotic Eye." More...
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