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Pete Townshend's long-awaited orchestral version of the Who's 1973 "mod" opera Quadrophenia will premiere on July 5th, 2015 at London's Royal Albert Hall starring Townshend and Alfie Boe singing Roger Daltrey's original parts with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and the London...
Although Fleetwood Mac is locked in on the road pretty much until July, Mick Fleetwood says the band has nearly a dozen basic tracks in the can for their next studio album. Fleetwood told Mojo that he's eagerly anticipating the start of the band's next musical chapter,...
The Who certainly showed that they've been paying attention to fans with a staggering two-and-a-half hour UK tour opening show on Sunday night (November 30th) in Glasgow, Scotland. The band tackled all corners of its 50-year catalogue, with the obvious standards staying in the...
The Eagles' Don Henley and Glenn Frey are slamming “unofficial” filmmaker William Shelley for “violating copyright and breaking U.S. anti-bootlegging laws” for screening unsanctioned and unlicensed footage of the band from the 1970’s -- along with similar concert stock from the...
Jon Bon Jovi has broken his silence regarding the departure of Richie Sambora from Bon Jovi during a radio interview with Philadelphia's WMMR. Earlier this month, at the after party for old friend Jon Stewart’s directorial debut Rosewater, Bon Jovi was asked about Sambora’s...
Aerosmith's Joe Perry pulled no punches in his recent autobiography, Rocks: My Life In And Out Of Aerosmith, either about his life and career or Aerosmith's now infamous inner-band troubles. His biography is the third from the band, following Aerosmith's 2003 joint bio, Walk...
Bob Seger is back on the road with the Silver Bullet Band mixing a select bunch of his new songs in with his legendary classics. As with any Seger tour, some songs come and go making way for either newer songs or other deep cuts. One song from the new Top Three hit album Ride...
Although his exit from Styx in 1999 was a bitter pill to swallow, Dennis DeYoung has neither an unkind work for his former bandmates, nor any apologies for the music they made together. DeYoung has just released a new live CD/DVD set, Dennis DeYoung And The Music Of Styx Live In...
It was 40 years ago this week (November 23rd to November 29th) that the Rolling Stones' It's Only Rock N' Roll topped the Billboard 200 album chart. The album marked the Stones' first without Jimmy Miller -- their producer since 1968's Beggars Banquet -- with production duties...