Classic Rock News

Brad Whitford said the band spent time in a London studio during their recent European tour. Continue reading…
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Bill Ward continues to be offended by accusations made by his former Black Sabbath band mates about his health. Continue reading…
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The members of Kansas still aren't finished commemorating the 40th anniversary of their landmark 'Leftoverture' LP. Continue reading…
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Looking for an eclipse party playlist? Here are 13 songs that are sure to get your guests dancing in the dark. Continue reading…
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The new season is scheduled to air in early 2018, with other guests including Bob Weir, Pat Benatar and Neil Giraldo, and others. Continue reading…
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"Did you know I own the money bag logo? The dollar sign with the bag of money. I own all kinds of things," said Simmons. "I own ‘motion pictures’ as a trademark." Continue reading…
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This Day in Music History

The funeral of Manchester music mogul and broadcaster, Tony Wilson was held at St Mary's Roman Catholic Church in Manchester. Peter Hook and Stephen Morris - two members of first Factory signing and ...
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went to No.1 on the US singles chart with 'Doesn't Really Matter'. Nelly started a five week run at No.1 on the US album chart with 'Country Grammar'.
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played the first of a seven night run at Oliver's in Boston, Massachusetts playing two 60-minute sets each night.
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After finishing I Want You, (Shes So Heavy), worked on the running order for the album. A preliminary master tape was compiled, the medley was originally slated for side one of the album, and the pl...
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The director of the University of Tennessee's audio lab, Dr. David M. Lipscomb, reported that a guinea pig subjected over a three month period to 88 hours of Rock music recorded at a Knoxville disco a...
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touring America for the last time, were forced to cancel and reschedule their performance in Cincinnati's open-air stadium, Crosley Field. Heavy rain (and no cover provided) made electrocution a virtu...
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