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The Rolling Stones are back on the road playing their nine-date Down Under leg. The band was forced to postpone the shows back in March following the suicide of Mick Jagger's longtime squeeze, L'Wren Scott. The Stones kicked off the run on Saturday night (October 25th) in...
Out today, (October 28th) is the Who's new 42-track career-spanning double disc compilation, The Who Hits 50! Among the dozens of highlights on the collection are such staples as "Baba O'Riley," "Pinball Wizard," "5:15," "Who Are You," "Squeeze Box," "Behind Blue Eyes," "See Me...
With Genesis back in the spotlight with a new documentary, Sum Of The Parts, and the group and solo compilation, titled R-Kive, Phil Collins maintains that things are square between the former members of the 1970's and '80s prog rock giants. Collins, told London's Express, "...
Legendary Cream bassist, songwriter, and lead vocalist Jack Bruce died on Saturday, October 25th of liver disease at age 71, according to The Guardian. Bruce's health had been a source of concern for the musician since being diagnosed with liver cancer back in 2003, which...
Coming out on Tuesday (October 28th) is former Rolling Stone writer Fred Schruers' new book, Billy Joel: The Definitive Biography. The book, which started out as Billy’s autobiography, The Book Of Joel, was originally set to be published in 2011, until Billy pulled the plug at...
Gene Simmons is back with his latest book, Me, Inc.: Build an Army of One, Unleash Your Inner Rock God, Win In Life And Business. Simmons is taking some heat for a portion of the book in which talks about the point in life where women must decide to continue working or start a...
It was 50 years ago Saturday night (October 25th, 1964) that the Rolling Stones made their debut on The Ed Sullivan Show. The Stones' debut was nothing like the Beatles' celebrated first appearance the previous February, when they performed five songs. The Stones, who were...
Happy Birthday to former Rolling Stones bassist Bill Wyman, who turns 78 today (October 24th). Wyman, who quit the Stones in 1991, was on hand for the band's 2012 London shows as part of their 50 & Counting Tour. Both Wyman and longtime fans were disappointed that he was...
The Who has postponed the first European dates of the band’s 50th anniversary tour, bumping the Irish shows from November to the summer. The November 26th show at Dublin, Ireland’s O2 and November 28th’s Belfast, Northern Ireland gig at Odyssey Arena have been rescheduled for...