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Exclusive Interview: Jimi Hendrix Early Live Recording Released

Before he became a rock guitar god, he was a sideman for other artists. A new release spotlights Hendrix’s work with R&B artist Curtis Knight. A bandmate talks about his immediate impact

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Ringo Recording New Album; McCartney Guests

New Beatle music is always good news, and it looks like Ringo’s working on a good one, with Paul, Joe Walsh and others joining in the fun.

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Pink Floyd: Is a Reunion Possible?

They haven’t performed together in years, but an offer is on the table from a British festival promoter. Will they put aside their differences? We’ll see.

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Grateful Dead to Release May 1977 Box Set

The band’s spring ’77 tour is considered a high point in their live career. Now the tapes of four pivotal shows have been found and are being released.

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Styx, REO Speedwagon and Don Felder Set Summer Tour

The two classic rock bands have a long touring history together. They’ll play mostly amphitheaters with the former Eagle as special guest on United We Rock

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Jimmie Nicol, Substitute Beatle, to Be Subject of Film

John, Paul, George and…Jimmie? A new film will look into the mystery man who subbed for an ailing Ringo during one memorable tour.

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Tom Petty Brings the House Down at 2017 MusiCares Event

A long list of peers, including Jackson Browne, Don Henley and Stevie Nicks, paid tribute to the rock great in L.A. last night. Watch Petty’s speech here

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AC/DC’s Angus Young Joins Guns N’ Roses Onstage

The AC/DC founder returned a favor by joining the American rockers onstage Down Under. But what was he doing earlier, dressed as an airline employee?

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Aretha Franklin: I’m Retiring This Year

Is the Queen of Soul really calling it a day? She told a Detroit TV station that she is, but maybe not quite. If so, what a legacy she will leave!

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TV Host James Corden Sings with Queen—And Nails It!

When the host of TV’s “Late Late Show” boasted that he’d make a better frontman for Queen than singer Adam Lambert, well, guess what happened next?

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