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Phil Collins says that due to the nerve damage he's suffered in his elbow, he's been rendered useless behind a drum kit. Collins spoke to Uncut and explained that despite corrective surgery, he's been left with two numb fingers on his left hand and is unable to even grip a...
John Mellencamp is gearing up for his longest tour in recent years, performing a whopping 80 dates between late-January and early-August. Over the course of the trek, Mellencamp will be playing some of America’s most legendary venues, including such historic arenas as New York...
As Queen prepares for more dates in 2015 with Adam Lambert serving as its latest frontman, Brian May can’t help but continue to sing his praises. Ultimate Classic Rock quoted May as saying, “We didn’t look for this guy, but suddenly he’s there -- and he can sing all of those...
Mick Fleetwood is still pinching himself about the return of Christine McVie to Fleetwood Mac. Fleetwood, who was the band member that ultimately persuaded McVie to reunite with the group after a 16-year-hiatus, explained to The Miami Herald that having Fleetwood Mac whole again...
Lynyrd Skynyrd has announced a pair of hometown concerts in February for a live DVD shoot featuring their first two albums. The Florida Times-Union reported that the band will play the Florida Theatre on February 12th performing 1973’s Pronounced ‘Leh-nerd Skin-nerd’ and...
Paul McCartney is dipping his musical toes into current events once again. The former Beatle explained that he began writing songs about the racial divide in Ferguson, Missouri and Staten Island, New York following the respective deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner, saying...
Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band are on a roll that’ll keep spinning through at least the end of March. Seger, who’s on a month-long tour break, has just extended his dates to include six additional stops in Salt Lake City, Utah; Lincoln, Nebraska; Sioux Falls, South...
Pete Townshend, the leader of perhaps the most British band of them all -- London's own the Who, says that New York City's Kiss could only have come from the U.S. of A. During a recent chat with Hazy Rock, Townshend talked about the self-proclaimed "Hottest Band In The World,"...
It was 39 years ago Saturday (December 20th, 1975) that the Eagles announced the departure of co-founder and guitarist Bernie Leadon, and that former James Gang frontman Joe Walsh was officially replacing him. During Leadon's time with the Eagles he co-wrote a total of 11 songs...