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Grateful Dead 50th Anniversary Show Tickets Being Scalped For Price Of A Small Home (Seriously)

It was only a matter of time, but Grateful Dead tickets for their 50th anniversary shows at Chicago’s Soldier Field have hit the secondary market, and some of the prices are absolutely ridiculous. More...

Suits Settled Between Cheap Trick, Bun E. Carlos

Cheap Trick has reached peace, or at least detente, with drummer Bun E. Carlos. More...

Yes Releasing Live, Best Of 1972 Box Sets May 19

Yes' 1972 tour supporting the then-new Close To the Edge album yielded the three-disc live set Yessongs the following year, and now the prog rock troupe is opening its vaults for more recordings from that trek. More...

Led Zeppelin Concert Film Hitting Theaters March 30th

Led Zeppelin is no stranger to movie theaters, starting with "The Song Remains" the same in 1975 and even up to 2012's screening of the "Celebration Day" film from the group's 2007 reunion show in London. More...

Dates Announced For Ian Anderson’s “Jethro Tull – The Rock Opera”

After breaking the news about a couple of weeks ago, Ian Anderson has unveiled dates for “Jethro Tull: The Rock Opera.” More...

Journey Performing With Orchestra At Hollywood Bowl Show

When Journey takes the stage at the Hollywood Bowl on June 20th, they’re going to be putting on a bit of a different show than usual. More...

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...

Vivian Campbell Talks Def Leppard’s Summer Tour

After receiving a clean bill of health, marking the second time he went into remission with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, Vivian Campbell is ready to rock. 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...

WATCH: Trailer For Brian Wilson Biopic

This year was already shaping up to be a big one for Brian Wilson with the release of his new album No Pier Pressure this April, but 2015 will surely be huge with the release of the new biopic Love & Mercy, which is set to hit theaters in June. More...

Someone Took A Chunk Out Of The Actual Joshua Tree & U2 Fans Are Not Happy

For many a U2 fan, 1987’s The Joshua Tree remains the band’s masterpiece after all these years, and as a result the actual Joshua Tree in the Mojave Desert that appeared on the album sleeve has become a place of pilgrimage … More...

Pete Townshend Solo Work Reissued Digitally

The Who have been celebrating their 50th anniversary by coming out with a number of reissues, and it looks like Pete Townshend and his solo catalog are joining the fun, too! 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...

Paul McCartney Headlining Firefly Festival

The Firefly Festival taking place in Dover, Del. from June 18-21 just landed the biggest headlining act out of all the festivals taking place this summer. More...

WATCH: “Mama Kin” From ‘Aerosmith Rocks Donington 2014” Movie

Fans getting ready to hit up select theaters tomorrow night (February 26th) for the one-night-only screening of Aerosmith Rocks Donington 2014 can now check out a teaser clip of the band performing their classic “Mama Kin” 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...

Bad Company Reissues With Unreleased Tracks Due Out April 7th

Looks like Bad Company is taking a cue from Jimmy Page and the Led Zeppelin reissues… 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...

Billy Gibbons Working on “Cuban” Solo Album

Billy Gibbons is currently working on a solo album, but if you think it’s going to have that similar bluesy, Texas sound that made ZZ Top famous, think again. More...

Eric Clapton To Be Inducted Into Blues HOF

You would think after over 50 years in music that Eric Clapton wouldn’t have any more awards to win, but you would be wrong. 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...
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