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Fleetwood Mac kicks off its 2015 dates tonight (January 16th) at Saint Paul, Minnesota's Xcel Energy Center, with the current 40-date run winding down on April 11th at Las Vegas' MGM Grand Garden Arena. After that, the "Mac" will embark on a 24-date European leg taking in stops...
Happy Birthday to Rolling Stones guitarist Mick Taylor, who turns 66 on Saturday (January 17th). In June of 1969, Taylor replaced the band's co-founder Brian Jones shortly before his death, and less than a month later, on July 3rd, 1969, he made his live debut with the Stones at...
Tom Petty seriously believed that Stevie Nicks’ drug addiction would kill her. In the new Rolling Stone cover story on Nicks, her longtime friend and sometime collaborator revealed how serious the situation was in the 1980’s, explaining, "I did all I could to talk her into...
It was 38 years ago today (January 15th, 1977), that the Eagles' album Hotel California hit Number One. The album, which was released on December 8th, 1976, was the group's third chart-topper in a row, following 1975's One Of These Nights and 1976's compilation Eagles/Their...
Paul McCartney says that he stills shies away from formulas - both in songwriting and record making. During a chat with Paste magazine, the former Beatle explained that since he and John Lennon began writing songs, the press have been asking him to divulge their secret,...
The Who and Elton John have been announced as the headline acts for the 2014 New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival. The Who will perform on the Saturday of the Fest’s first wended on April 25th, with Elton taking the stage the following Saturday. The concerts mark both the...
Paul McCartney admits that he's amazed at the imagination and intuition he showcased in his Beatles songs, which he wrote in his early to late-20s. "Macca" spoke to Paste magazine about the experience of performing songs from his past life onstage every night on tour and the...
The Who is slowly turning Florida into one of the band’s North American strongholds. Although the group has always enjoyed fierce followings in such cities as Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Detroit, New York, Boston, San Francisco, Cleveland, and Chicago; the Sunshine State has...
Original Little River Band lead singer and songwriter Glenn Shorrock has written a letter to Jimmy Fallon urging him to not allow the latest version of the band to perform on The Tonight Show next week. The group -- which never split -- hasn’t featured any of the original...