Tag "classic rock"

The Who to Play Summer Festivals (Update)

The Who have – uncharacteristically for them – quietly added a batch of dates. Check out the incredible video of Pete Townshend from their recent Denver gig

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Steve Miller, Peter Cetera Continue Rock Hall Criticism

After airing their grievances about the Hall of Fame, two of its newest members did a joint interview, sharing even more about the events leading up to that night

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Axl Rose Debuts With AC/DC This Weekend

Saturday night in Lisbon, Portugal, Axl Rose will perform for the first time as AC/DC’s singer. He hopes he can do Brian Johnson’s legacy justice.

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Pink Floyd Catalog Getting Vinyl Reissue Overhaul

Vinyl fans are rejoicing as Pink Floyd Records will reissue the band’s entire catalog for the first time in over two decades

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New Rock Hall Members Chicago Get Unique Reissues

Several labels continue to roll out the band’s reissues, with demand growing now that they’ve joined the select club. Check out releases on vinyl and quadrophonic!

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Dan Aykroyd Pitching Animated Blues Brothers TV Series

The former ‘SNL’ star and actor is working with John Belush’s widow and the ‘Bob’s Burgers’ animators to create a prime time cartoon.

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Legendary Van Morrison ‘It’s Too Late to Stop Now’ Gets Expanded

Previously unreleased performances including early hits + choice covers from the singer-songwriter’s 1973 concerts are being issued in a variety of formats

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Tom Petty’s Mudcrutch Adds Tour Dates; Hear 2 Songs

Tom Petty’s “other” band have scheduled their first-ever national tour at smaller venues, and will release their first album since 2008.

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Steven Tyler Solo Tour Announced; Performs NYC Benefit

The Aerosmith frontman’s Out on a Limb tour begins in July with his country band, Loving Mary. See our recap and pics of his NYC benefit concert

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Stones, McCartney Tease Coachella 2016 Rock Festival

At this point, we’re just waiting for the official announcement with ticket details and whether other acts will join the classic rock lineup beyond McCartney, the Stones, The Who, Bob Dylan, Neil Young and Roger Waters

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