Classic Rock News

John Entwistle’s death attracted as much attention as he always had onstage with the Who. Continue reading…
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U.K. neighbors Jimmy Page and Robbie Williams still probably won't be attending one another's barbecues anytime soon, but the pair's long-running public feud appears to have ended. Continue reading…
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Jimmy Iovine told Howard Stern during a wide-ranging interview that he secretly juggled commitments to multiple major clients on at least one infamous occasion. Continue reading…
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With their sixth studio album, 1982's Eye in the Sky, the Alan Parsons Project made a break with tradition — and scored their biggest hit in the bargain. Continue reading…
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Carole King's 2016 appearance at London's Hyde Park brought the acclaimed singer-songwriter back to the U.K. for the first time in nearly three decades. Continue reading…
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We got a preview of how this combustible duo would work together when Brian May appeared on Tony Iommi's self-titled 2000 solo album. Continue reading…
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This Day in Music History

The chief medical officer of Russia said that were to blame for the country's drug problem. Yevgeny Bryun, the nation's medical chief, said that the country's youth first got introduced to the idea o...
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Black Eyed Peas went to No.1 on the US album charts with The E.N.D. the groups fifth studio album. The album's lead single, 'Boom Boom Pow' topped the Billboard Hot 100 for 12 consecutive weeks, the s...
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Kings of Leon, The Fratellis, Editors, The Gossip, The Feeling, KT Tunstall, Kate Nash, Jay Z, The Raconteurs, James Blunt, Crowded House, Seasick Steve, Martha Wainwright, The Verve, Leonard Cohen, ...
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Motorhead scored their only UK No.1 album with 'No Sleep Til Hammersmith'. The live album was recorded at Leeds and Newcastle shows during their Short, Sharp Pain In The Neck tour in 1981. The name of...
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The Trans-Continental Pop Festival (better known as the set off. The tour was unique in that rather than flying to each city, most of the acts travelled on a chartered CN train. The Grateful Dead, T...
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The newly formed featuring (possibly still known as Freddie Bulsara) on vocals, guitarist Brian May, drummer Roger Taylor and Mike Grose on bass played their first gig at Truro City Hall, Cornwall, ...
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