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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...
Fleetwood Mac heads back out on the road next week for the band's first 2015 dates. The new shows, which are part of possibly the most grueling tour the five-some has undertaken since the 1979/1980 Tusk trek, coincides with the 40th anniversary of then-couple, Lindsey Buckingham...
Journey has announced a nine-night Las Vegas residency at The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, kicking off on April 29th and wrapping on May 16th. Prior to that, Journey will once again team up with the Steve Miller Band and special guests Tower Of Power for a seven-date...
Bruce Springsteen and Jackson Browne have been added to next month’s 2015’s MusiCares Person of the Year performance in honor of Bob Dylan. Dylan will receive the prestigious prize from former President Jimmy Carter. New additions to the star-studded bill also include Alanis...
Styx is wasting no time before kicking off its 2015 tour dates, and will hit the ground running on January 15th at Aspen, Colorado’s Belly Up Aspen, and has shows on the books through June with the band onboard for a few Carnival Cruise appearances. We asked guitarist James "J.Y...
U2 singer Bono revealed in a lengthy blog post at the band's website that he may never play guitar again as a result of his horrific bike accident in New York's Central Park this past November. In a section of his "A to Z of 2014" post, which recapped the year for Bono, his band...
Pete Townshend hopes his upcoming orchestral version of the Who's Quadrophenia will breathe new life into the long-suffering symphony scene. The revamped Quadrophenia will premiere on July 5th, 2015 at London's Royal Albert Hall starring Townshend and Alfie Boe singing Roger...
E Street Band drummer Max Weinberg admitted that he still gets nervous during every Bruce Springsteen show when the setlists take a left turn. Weinberg, who joined Springsteen over 40 years ago via an ad in The Village Voice, told NPR that a lot of the times the band is playing...