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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.

Traveling Wilburys to Debut on Streaming Services

The deluxe collection, featuring “brothers” Bob Dylan, Jeff Lynne, Tom Petty, George Harrison and Roy Orbison, is also being re-launched

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Wanee Fest Sees Allmans Presence + Sit Ins

Every member of the Allman Brothers Band’s last lineup excepting Derek Trucks was at the Florida fest, where ABB music ruled.

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Posies Announce New Album + ‘Secret Shows’ Tour

The first album in six years from The Posies come after great change and losses for the band’s core duo. They have a unique tour to reconnect with fans.

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Angus Young Joins Guns N’ Roses at Coachella Show

Giving fans a preview of what’s to come, Axl sings two AC/DC numbers with Angus adding his guitar magic to Gn’R.

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Stones, McCartney, Who to Play Coachella Mega Concert

The superstar classic rockers will be joined by Bob Dylan, Neil Young and Roger Waters. The dream team lineup will play Indio, CA in October.

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Brian Wilson to Publish Memoir

One of the most fascinating artist lives in classic rock will be told by the man who lived it and created timeless music with The Beach Boys.

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Jon Bon Jovi Announces Latest Fan Getaway

A weekend in Dublin with Jon Bon Jovi? With a private concert, a chance to meet the star and hang with fellow fans? Sounds fun to us.

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Eric Clapton Previews New Studio Album in Tokyo

The guitar great began a brief tour of Japan on Wednesday and played 4 new songs along with many favorites. Check out the live video for one of the new ones

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Paul McCartney One on One Tour Begins

As the legend continues to add dates, his tour began in California with a mammoth 38-song set including no less than 23 Beatles songs. Click for videos and setlist

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Laurie Anderson to Curate NYC Lou Reed Celebration

A full day at Lincoln Center Out of Doors will be devoted to the classic rock icon, with music, film, art and even Tai Chi

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