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The Who - Won't get fooled again @ Live 8, Hyde Park, London, UK, 2 July 2005. Features Damon Minchella on the bass and Steve White on the drums.
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Following in the footsteps of Iggy Pop—who recently dropped his second album of French covers, Alice Cooper has entered the studio to work on a new album of old tunes.
Def Leppard's classic fourth album, Hysteria, which pretty much defined the bombastic, melodic, anthemic arena rock of the eighties, celebrates its 25th birthday this week.
John Lennon's killer, Mark David Chapman, who has now served 32 years of his 20-to-life sentence, will be meeting with a parole board later this week.
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KISS & Motley Crue Concert -- Verizon Amphitheater 8/14/2012
Although Let It Be was released in 1970 as the final Beatles record, The Beatle's last true group studio effort was 1969's Abbey Road - the band's penultimate, cohesive album and summation of their decade-long reign as the world's greatest rock band.
In October 2011, Tom Petty worked with Fender's Artist Relations department to sign this Classic Series '50s Telecaster for The Fender Music Foundation. Throughout his career, Tom Petty has established himself as a classic rock legend both with the H...
The new Rolling Stones documentary, Crossfire Hurricane, will play in over 250 European theatres for one night only on October 18, a full month before Brett Morgen's 150-minute Stones opus premieres in the U.S. on HBO.
By the early 70's the guitarist called 'God' by his fans had tuned out of public life. It was Pete Townshend who coaxed him back - to the Rainbow Theatre for an emotional concert. I remember that a superb new song called 'Layla&r...