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Toto to Release 13-CD Boxed Set

The CD box includes 13 of Toto’s studio albums plus the Live in Tokyo EP and a new title called old is New, featuring previously unreleased material.

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Arlo Guthrie: Free Show at Woodstock Site – Update

He’ll perform a celebratory gig on August 15 commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the original event. The original Woodstock film will also be shown

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ABBA Reunion, New Recordings: Update

Plenty of classic rock bands have reunited over the years, so why not one of the world’s most successful pop bands 35 years later?

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Brian Setzer Sets Rockabilly Riot! Tour

The musician will be doing double duty this summer, as he’s also touring with the Stray Cats for their 40th anniversary reunion

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Willie Nelson Adds to 2019 Tour Schedule

He’s got a typically busy calendar with many dates with Alison Krauss, plus the annual Outlaw Music Festival. The legend turns 86 on April 29

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Garland Jeffreys Announces Retirement From Touring

The musician got his rise in the folk clubs of NYC’s Greenwich Village in the 1960s. He recorded many solo albums, often with contributions from well known friends

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Neil Young and Crazy Horse to Record New Album

“The Band is excited to make this new album and continue our story,” said Young. To date, Crazy Horse has appeared on 11 of his albums and parts of others

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The B-52’s Announce 40th Anniv. Tour

Celebrating their 40th anniversary, the band will also publish a commemorative book and start work on a documentary film.

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Heaven’s Door, Dylan Whiskey, to Open Nashville Distillery and Arts Center

The space, expected to open in Fall 2010, was announced on the 50th anniversary of the release of Dylan’s iconic Nashville Skyline album

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Rod Stewart, Jeff Beck to Reunite For One Concert

Billed as “Two legends. One Night. The hits and rare early classics.” It’ll be their first full concert in over 35 years.

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