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Real Rock News ‘Leftovers’ for March 24, 2017

Brian May, Pink Floyd, Grateful Dead, Allman Brothers Band, and more

Mar. 24, 2017 : Brian May reacted to Wednesday’s terrorist attack in London, saying, “London stands tall as always. Deepest sympathies to those families afflicted by this hideous act of violence. We shall not....

Graham Nash hints that a reunion with David Crosby, Stephen Stills, and Neil Young might not seem as far fetched...
Pearl Jam announced on Saturday (March 11th) that the band is inviting all five of its drummers -- including Dave...
It was 48 years ago today (March 12th, 1969) that Paul and Linda McCartney were married in London. The couple met...
Rob Halford of Judas Priest and Phil Collen of Def Leppard are among the musicians who'll appear on the new Comedy...
David Bowie fans are in luck this coming Record Store Day with a previously unreleased live collection from 1974...
Coming on June 2nd is U2's The Joshua Tree At 30 collection, which will be released in numerous CD, digital, and...
Business remains good for "The Boss" as Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band raked in nearly $40 million for...
Former Yes singer Jon Anderson said something he shouldn't have to Billboard about the band's induction into the...
Black Sabbath has officially broken up, according to a post that went up on Facebook on Tuesday (March 7th). The...
Jon Anderson will front Yes for the first time in nearly a decade next month during the band's Rock Hall induction...