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Wayne Fontana, ‘Game of Love’ British Invasion Singer, Dead at 74

The singer left the group in frustration after they scored their sole big hit, and they went on to have another without him.

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Rolling Stones Unveil Video for Prev. Unreleased 1974 Tune ‘Scarlet’

The previously unheard song, “Scarlet,” was recorded in October 1974 and featured Page on guitar alongside Keith Richards

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The Who Launching YouTube Live Video Series

The free ‘Join Together’ series launches this weekend with five live tracks from the Who’s 1982 Shea Stadium (New York) show.

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Paul McCartney: ‘Las Vegas is Where You Go to Die’

“That’s something I’ve been trying to avoid my whole life,” the rocker told British GQ magazine, in an extensive, candid interview.

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Tom Petty ‘Wildflowers Project’ Coming; Prev. Unreleased Track Debuts

A home recording of the previously unheard “There Goes Angela” has been released from the upcoming expanded edition of his 1994 solo masterpiece

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Neil Young Sues Trump Campaign For Use of Songs at Rallies

The organizers of the President’s rallies continue to use classic rock anthems from left-leaning artists despite their repeated cease-and-desist notices

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UB40 Lead Singer, Duncan Campbell, Suffers Stroke

Duncan, 62, replaced his brother, Ali, as the group’s lead vocalist in 2008, following a business dispute. A third brother, Robin, remains in the band

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Boz Scaggs Sets 2021 Tour

In 2019, In 2019, the beloved singer, songwriter and guitarist had postponed his Out of the Blues tour due to undisclosed health reasons

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Jon Anderson’s ‘1000 Hands’ Album Gets Official Release

He began recording the solo album, which features contributions from many Yes members, three decades ago. Now 75, he still sounds great

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Dennis Elsas Celebrating 50th Year on New York Radio

After 25+ years at the legendary (“one oh two point seven”) WNEW-FM and another 20 at WFUV, he’s interviewed a Who’s Who of rock stars

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