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Toto Says Farewell, as David Paich Returns on ‘Africa’

As the band completed its “40 Trips Around the Sun” tour, co-founder / guitarist Steve Lukather says lawsuits have taken their toll

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Bob Dylan (ftg Johnny Cash) Nashville 1967-69 Bootleg Set Due

The series continues with prev. unavailable recordings with Cash + unreleased tracks from the John Wesley Harding, Nashville Skyline and Self Portrait sessions

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Bob Seger’s Final Silver Bullet Band Tour Winding Down

The tour resumed in November 2018, more than a year after Seger’s last outing had been postponed when he required “intense spinal surgery”

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Bruce Springsteen Surprises Fans at ‘Western Stars’ Screening

The film film is a cinematic retelling of his 1st studio album in 5 years, as he plays the album backed by a band and full orchestra in Colts Neck, NJ

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Magical Mystery Girls, Beatles Author, to Celebrate Abbey Road 50th

The all-female tribute band be joined at “One Sweet Dream: An Evening of Abbey Road,” by Dr. Kenneth Womack, a world-renowned Beatles authority and author

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Marvin Gaye’s ‘What’s Going On Live’ Released: Listen

The Motown star had not toured in four years when he performed in Washington, D.C., in 1972. This is the album’s first stand-alone release.

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Rolling Stones’ ‘Bridges to Buenos Aires’ Film Due: Watch

The previously unreleased concert film from 1998 will come in a variety of formats. It includes Bob Dylan’s unannounced performance on “Like a Rolling Stone”

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Rod Stewart With Royal Phil. Orch.: Watch ‘Maggie May’

“You’re in My Heart” pairs classic vocal tracks from his most popular songs with new arrangements. The singer-songwriter is also on tour

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David Crosby ‘Remember My Name’ Doc Comes to DVD

The film made premiered at Sundance. Best Classic Bands called it: “one of the most intimate portraits of a major rock star ever committed to film”

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Jim Croce to Receive Historical Marker in Pennsylvania

The barn where he wrote his songs, including “Time in a Bottle,” “Bad, Bad Leroy Brown” and “You Don’t Mess Around with Jim,” will be marked.

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