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Want to stay up to date with the latest in rock music? Our Breaking News column brings you all you need and want to know about what’s happening.

David Bowie ’80s Box Set Out Soon

The set includes newly remastered versions of Bowie’s most commercially successful albums plus rare live and unreleased studio recordings.

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Leonard Cohen Rare 1972 Live Footage Found

The footage be interspersed with backstage film and interviews with Cohen himself, all of which has remained unseen for over 45 years.

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Sire Records Founder Seymour Stein Leaving Company

The man who signed The Ramones, Madonna, Talking Heads and many others is leaving the label after more than four decades.

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Paul McCartney to Play 2018 Club Dates

He’s planning several surprise, intimate gigs this year, in addition to the bigger venues he’ll be playing in during his “Freshen Up” tour

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Music of Cream Set 50th Anniversary Tour

The trio involved are all accomplished musicians—and features Clapton’s nephew Will Johns, Bruce’s son Malcolm and Baker’s son Kofi

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Lynyrd Skynyrd Documentary Premiering Aug. 18

The film “takes viewers on a trip through the history, myth and legend of one of the most iconic American rock bands,” says Showtime.

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ZZ Top’s Billy Gibbons Releasing Blues Solo Set

“There’s something very primordial within the art form,” Gibbons says. “Nobody gets away from the infectious allure of those straight-ahead licks!”

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Tom Petty Fan Video Coming; Submit Your Pics

The “very special music video in honor of Tom Petty and his profound 40 year relationship with his fans,” in conjunction with his upcoming box set

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Def Leppard Teams With Brewing Co. + More News

“Rock & Brews celebrates everything that is rock ‘n’ roll and is the perfect place for fans to indulge themselves with Def Leppard Pale,” said Joe Elliott.

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Billy Joel’s Guest @ 100th MSG Show: Springsteen!

The Boss joins a growing list of stars who’ve joined Billy on the MSG stage, including Steve Miller, Paul Simon, Foreigner, and many others.

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