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Steven Tyler has confirmed the speculation that he is working on a country album. The Aerosmith frontman made the announcement Tuesday night on the Grand Ole Opry stage in Nashville. The news was subsequently shared on the Grand Ole Opry Snapchat account. Last month, Billboard reported that Tyler had been recording a country album that […]
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Over the years, musicals based on the hits of Carole King, Billy Joel, The Four Seasons and Motown have made their way to Broadway. Could the Eagles songbook be the next to hit the Great White Way? Maybe. The New York Daily News reports that at a recent event in New York City, the Eagles’ […]
A mind-bending interactive video has been created to accompany “Brandy & Coke,” the previously unreleased early mix of the Led Zeppelin song “Trampled Under Foot” included in the deluxe reissues of Physical Graffiti. The video, which you can check out now at LedZeppelin.com, allows viewers to look inside the rooms of the building featured on […]
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NEW YORK (AP) – Def Leppard didn’t really mean to make an album, but one sort of appeared. Singer Joe Elliott says they got together in February of last year to record a few songs, maybe for an EP. They had 12 songs and figured they had an album “by accident rather than design.” Don’t […]
At last — The Rolling Stones have officially announced their much-anticipated North American summer concert tour. The 15-date trek, dubbed the Zip Code Tour, begins, as long rumored, in San Diego, California this May, and will end in Quebec the following month. The rest of the rumored cities are also on the roster, pretty much, […]
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Sacha Baron Cohen has NOT been confirmed to play Freddie Mercury in a biopic about the flamboyant Queen frontman. Queen guitarist Brian May posted on his website that the band’s manager, Jim Beach, was just making “a small joke” last Thursday at the Artist and Manager Awards when he said Cohen had officially signed on […]
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The Doors’ 1967 self-titled album is among the latest recordings to be added to the Library of Congress’ National Recording Registry. The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer’s memorable debut effort is one of 25 recordings from various genres chosen for the registry this year, each selected for being “culturally, historically or aesthetically significant.” In […]
If your beloved Thin Lizzy vinyl albums are too warped and scratched to enjoy anymore, take heart: this week, you’ll be treated to newly-remastered, high-quality vinyl versions of the beloved Irish rock band’s first eight studio albums. The discs, which will be pressed on 180-gram vinyl, will be released this Friday in conjunction with Universal […]
John Fogerty has unveiled new details about his forthcoming autobiography. The book is titled Fortunate Son: My Life, My Music and will be published October 6. The memoir will feature the 69-year-old Rock and Roll Hall of Famer’s recollections about his eventful life, from his childhood in Northern California and his early forays into music, […]