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Jimi Hendrix Book Coming to Mark His 80th Birthday

Jimi, described as a “comprehensive visual celebration,” includes a trove of never-before-published photographs, personal memorabilia, lyrics, and more

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Celebrating Mel Brooks

The legendary filmmaker, writer and actor is one of just 17 artists who have earned “EGOT” status, winning an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony Award

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Al Stewart Gets 50-Disc Box Set (Yes, You Read That Correctly)

The Admiralty Lights: Complete Studio, Live and Rare 1964 – 2009 includes his studio LPs, never-before-heard concert recordings, rare BBC Sessions and more

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Classic Rock Acts You’ve Seen in Concert: Poll

We’ve listed 100 of the biggest names of all-time. How many have you seen perform live? Please share this post with your friends to see where you stack up

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Stephen Stills Performs With Tom Petty’s Mudcrutch: 2016

TP’s “other” band did a brief 21-date club tour to support their album. Along the way, they were occasionally joined on stage by friends of the band

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The Rolling Stones Triumph at Hyde Park

The Stones had first played the venue in 1969 for a free concert that featured their new 20-year-old guitarist Mick Taylor

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Little Feat’s Live ‘Waiting For Columbus’ Gets Super Deluxe Edition

The 1978 double album, featuring memorable performances of songs like “Dixie Chicken,” “Willin’” and “Time Loves a Hero,” has been significantly expanded

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50 Years Ago: 1972 in Rock Music

In 1972 the music scene was increasingly dominated by new arrivals like Elton John, David Bowie and Eagles. But many ’60s favorites still hung around.

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Christine McVie Releases Solo Collection, ‘Songbird’

The album includes a selection of songs from two of her solo LPs plus two previously unreleased studio recordings.

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Paul McCartney Plays Club Gig Prior to Glastonbury

The intimate concert, announced just one day in advance, took place at the Cheese and Grain in the U.K. town of Frome. Tickets for the 800-capacity show were £25

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