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New Journey Album On The Way?

It's been nearly four years since Journey's last album, so we thought we'd check in to see what's on tap for a follow-up to 2011's "Eclipse." More...

Sabbath’s Geezer Butler Arrested After Bar Fight

Black Sabbath's Terry "Geezer" Butler isn't too old to rock -- or to fight. More...

Eddie Van Halen Speaking At Smithsonian Event

Eddie Van Halen will be talking rather than playing next month in Washington, D.C. More...

Rush, Bryan Adams, Leonard Cohen Up For Juno Awards

Rush, Bryan Adams and Leonard Cohen will represent Classic Rock at this year's Juno Awards, Canada's equivalent to the Grammys, taking place March 15 in Hamilton, Ont. More...

Deen Castronovo Talks Revolution Saints Debut

Arriving today is "Revolution Saints," the self-titled debut from the new all-star trio featuring Journey drummer Deen Castronovo, who also handles lead vocals, Night Ranger bassist Jack Blades and former Whitesnake and Dio guitarist Doug Aldrich. More...

Gov’t Mule’s ‘Sco-Mule’ Out Now

Gov't Mule has dug into its vaults again for today's (January 27) release of "Sco-Mule," a long-awaited official release of its often bootlegged September 1999 performances in George with jazz guitarist John Scofield. More...

Final Date Announced For Seger Tour

Bob Seger and his Silver Bullet Band have announced the final date for his Ride Out tour of North America -- March 28 at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tenn. More...

Petition Started For Chicago Deadhead Tailgating

Will the Deadheads get to camp out during the Grateful Dead alumni's 50th anniversary shows July 3-5 at Chicago's Soldier Field? More...

New Classic Rock Releases – Week of January 26th

Titles from Gov’t Mule and John Scofield, as well as Harvey Mandel headline this week’s new classic rock releases. More...

Kansas Introduces New Members To Lineup

Kansas will have a new look when it hits the road later this year. More...

Bob Dylan Talks New Album With ‘AARP Magazine’

If you thought finding Bob Dylan in the Great American Songbook was strange...well, suffice to say it's gotten even stranger. More...

‘A MusiCares Tribute To Paul McCartney’ Coming Out March 24th

Paul McCartney is the latest MusiCares Person of the Year to release a DVD and Blu-ray from the annual gala honoring recipients. More...

Rush Announce North American Tour

After plenty of rumors and even some leaked dates, Rush has announced a 34-city North American R40 Live Tour to celebrate the Canadian trio's 40th anniversary (which was actually in 2014, but who's counting, right?). More...

John Mellencamp On His 80-Date North American Tour

John Mellencamp returns to the road tonight (January 21), opening his 80-date North American tour close to home in South Bend, Ind. More...

“Fictitious Rock Hall” Honors Music Acts From TV, Film

The Fictitious Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, a Toronto-based organization celebrating fictional music acts, has named the 40 semifinalists for its inaugural class of inductees. More...

J. Geils Band 1979 Live Release Due Out February 24th

The J. Geils Band is dipping into its vaults for its fourth live album next month. More...

Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band Back On The Road

After a four-week break Bob Seger & the Silver Bullet Band return to the road tonight (October 20), continuing the Ride Out Tour in Toledo, Ohio. More...

Aerosmith Announce First 2015 Show, More On The Way

Aerosmith plans to get its wings back out on the road again in 2015. More...

Dallas Taylor, Original CSN&Y Drummer, Dead At 66

Dallas Taylor, the original drummer for Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, passed away Sunday (January 18) at the age of 66 in Los Angeles from undisclosed causes. More...

Mick Jagger Funds Scholarship In Honor Of Late Girlfriend L’Wren Scott

Mick Jagger is memorializing his late girlfriend L'Wren Scott via a new scholarship fund for fashion students at Central Saint Martins design college in London. More...

New Classic Rock Releases – Week of January 19th

Titles from Jackson Browne and David Lindley headline this week’s new classic rock releases. More...

Fleetwood Mac Begins Second Leg Of U.S. Tour

Fleetwood Mac resumes its “On With The Show” Tour tonight (January 16) in Saint Paul, Minn., with U.S. dates booked through April 11 and a European tour slated to begin May 27-28 in London -- where Christine McVie began her return to the band during its September 2012 dates at the O2 arena there. More...

John Cleese Talks George Harrison’s Involvement With Monty Python

Among the non-Beatle achievements during the late George Harrison's life was movie production via HandMade Films, which he started with friend Denis O'Brien in 1978. More...

Stewart Performs With Faces Bandmates Wood, Jones At 70th Birthday Party

Rod Stewart hasn't reunited with the Faces for the public, but he did play with former bandmates Ron Wood and Kenney Jones during his 70th birthday party on Saturday (December 10) in Los Angeles. More...

Joel, Plant, Earth, Wind & Fire Set For Bonnaroo

Billy Joel, Robert Plant & the Sensational Shape Shifters and Earth, Wind & Fire will be part of the 2015 Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival, taking place June 11-14 in Manchester, Tenn. More...
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