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You Might Never Get to Read Mick Jagger’s Memoir

Author and publisher John Blake has revealed that he is in possession of a 75,000 word memoir written by The Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger.

02/17/2017

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Santana Reveals ‘Transmogrify’ Tour Plans

GRAMMY winner Carlos Santana has a big summer planned. The guitar hero will launch his 19-date Transmogrify U.S. tour.

02/08/2017

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David Bowie’s Final Recordings Released as EP ‘No Plan’

A new EP titled No Plan contains his last recordings and is already available for digital download. The next release puts the songs on CD and vinyl for fans to enjoy.

02/07/2017

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Rod Stewart and Cyndi Lauper Announce Summer Tour

The two will appear on Watch What Happens Live, the Today Show and Access Hollywood this week to promote the tour.

01/23/2017

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Ace Frehley / Gene Simmons Stoke KISS Reunion Rumors

Will 2017 finally be the year that KISS’ original lineup reunites for a farewell tour? Former guitarist Ace Frehley thinks so.

01/13/2017

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Roger Waters Teases New Solo Album

Roger Waters gave fans insight into his first solo studio album in 25 years. He shared a video on Instagram yesterday (January 10th) previewing a snippet of a track.

01/12/2017

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U2: Ranking the Songs and B-Sides from ‘The Joshua Tree’

Every song is a classic and there were some great B-sides, too.

01/08/2017

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Yes ‘Fragile’ at 45: A Look Back at Their Definitive Album

“Fragile” is the album that made Yes superstars.

01/04/2017

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The Doors at 50: Their 10 Best Album Tracks

Sure they had a lot of great hit singles, but the Doors coolest songs were never heard on top 40 radio.

01/03/2017

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Pink Floyd’s ‘Another Brick in the Wall’ Played on Korean Gayageum Sounds Cinematic

Luna Lee — a master of the Korean gayageum (pronounced kaya-goom) — has adapted one of Pink Floyd’s biggest hits with her instrument of choice to create, if possible, an even more cinematic masterpiece.

01/03/2017

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