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Foo Fighters and Taylor Swift performed at Radio 1’s Big Weekend at Earlham Park in Norwich, England over the weekend. Dave Grohl, Foo Fighters’ front man, dedicated “Congregation” to Taylor Swift, which they wrote together in Swift’s hometown of Nashville. Said Grohl: “I’m...
Rush guitarist Alex Lifeson has revealed that he has arthritis and that it's getting more severe -- which could be one of the deciding factors in how much longer the Canadian trio continues to tour. Lifeson told Classic Rock, "I’ve had it for 10 years -- and this is the first...
The Rolling Stones are back on the road in North America and opened their stadium tour on Sunday (May 24th) with a career spanning 20-song set at San Diego’s Petco Park. Although, the band’s Sticky Fingers was not performed in its entirety as it was on May 20th at the Stones'...
Paul McCartney packed a double barrel surprise for his London fans at his Saturday night (May 23rd) show at The O2 Arena. For the die-hards, he gave them the live premiere of his 1980 synth-based McCartney II favorite, "Temporary Secretary" -- a tune fans never imagined seeing...
Is Bruce Springsteen prepping a new album for 2015? Let the speculation begin following a post from Brandon Thompson at the Springsteen fan website Blogitallnight.com, which read: “I heard that Bruce Springsteen has finished recording his new album and it is now in the mixing...
Happy Birthday to Stevie Nicks, who celebrates her 67th birthday today (May 26th). Tomorrow, (May 27th) in London, England, Nicks and Fleetwood Mac kick off the band's latest leg of their world tour, which hits the UK, Ireland, and Down Under. Last October, Stevie Nicks released...
The death of Jeremy Brown, Scott Weiland & The Wildabouts’ guitarists, has been released by the Los Angeles Department of Medical Examiner-Coroner. The report states that Brown’s death was an accident, and the result of intoxication from multiple drugs. Coronary...
As expected the Rolling Stones performed their 1971 chart-topping Sticky Fingers classic in its entirety for the first time at L.A.’s Fonda Theatre. In addition to several other numbers, the band tackled Sticky Fingers, with a revised running order to flow better in concert --...
Roger Daltrey was trying his best on Wednesday night (May 20th) during the Who’s Nassau Coliseum concert in Long Island, New York, when the current of pot smoke nearly forced the show to end. The Who, who prior to the concerts flash a message on screen asking fans to refrain...