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What’s the latest info about about rock music and the most interesting and momentous events in its past? You can find it all here: breaking news, sales and airplay charts from the past, notable occasions, and our appreciations of recently departed artists and other musical figures of note

1975 Queen Concert Hits Theaters Nationwide

Enjoy one of the English band’s greatest moments on the big screen.

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Mayall & Bishop Make Blues Hall of Fame

The Blues Foundation has announced the 2016 inductees to its Hall of Fame including two blues rock giants

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Grammy Awards Sales Bump; Voting Changes to Come

Lackluster TV ratings for the broadcast meant modest sales increases for the night’s big winners. Looks like changes are imminent for voting procedures

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Dio Cancer Fund Announces Harley Benefit

Event helps fight cancers that took Ronnie James Dio, Lemmy & Bowie & offers cool motorcycle prize.

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Paul McCartney Snubbed at Post-Grammys Party

We bet the guy at the stage door who denied Macca (and Beck) entrance to a post-show party is looking for a new line of work. Plus more on the tributes

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Founding Eagle Randy Meisner Remains Largely MIA

Concerns last year about the former Eagle bassist’s mental state haven’t prompted further news.

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Grammys Honor David Bowie, Glenn Frey, Lemmy, BB King

Music legends honored their own at the Grammy Awards with performances by The Eagles, Alice Cooper, Joe Perry, Bonnie Raitt, Lady Gaga and more

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The Who in London: ‘America’s in For a Treat’

After postponing the 2nd leg of their U.S. tour last fall due to Roger Daltrey’s illness, the singer was his “familiar growling menace” at a warmup gig. The American tour resumes February 27th

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Prince’s Australia Tour Begins With Vanity Dedication

Prince’s dates in Australia and New Zealand sold-out immediately. We’ve got video including his dedication to a former protege who has just died

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Paul McCartney Creates Musical Mojis for Skype

The next time you use Skype, you’ll want to thank Paul McCartney for keeping you entertained.

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