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Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl won't be showing up at the 59th annual Grammy Awards after all. Although Grohl's participation was announced earlier this week, a statement issued late Thursday afternoon (February 2nd) by the Recording Academy said, "Earlier this week, we...
Paul McCartney has just uploaded the track "Twenty Five Fingers," a collaboration with Elvis Costello , online. The long bootlegged recording is but one of many original 1987 demos featured on the deluxe edition of Flowers In The Dirt coming on March 24th. Watch below! Yoko Ono...
Thirteen concerts on the South Ameican leg of Guns N' Roses' "Not In This Lifetime" tour have earned a total box office gross of $56.5 million , according to Billboard Boxscore . More than 565,000 tickets were sold for the shows, including 105,000 tickets for November 4th and...
Happy Birthday to Graham Nash who turns 75 today (February 2nd)! Nash has received raves for his latest solo set, This Path Tonight, and his current shows, which feature him and guitarist Shane Fontayne performing as a duo on stage. In March and April, Nash will hit the road for...
Nickelback has announced that its new single and album are both called Feed The Machine, with the band gearing up for a lengthy North American tour this summer to support them. The trek kicks off on June 23rd in Noblesville, Indiana and hits 44 cities before winding down on...
Dennis DeYoung thinks Queen is England's version of Styx . He writes on Facebook , "Styx released their first single, 'Best Thing,' in June 1972, while Queen's first release was one year later, in July 1973... Both bands had white guys singing way too high against a combination...
Eric Clapton has paid tribute to the late Asia singer and bassist John Wetton with an acoustic guitar performance of what appears to be the jazz standard "How High the Moon," which he posted on his Facebook page. Like Clapton, Wetton, who died Tuesday morning from cancer, had...
Happy Birthday to Tom Petty's right-hand man and Heartbreakers co-founder and lead guitarist -- Mike Campbell, who turns 67 today (February 1st). Campbell was part of Mudcrutch with Petty prior to the pair founding the Heartbreakers in 1975, and along with Petty reunited with...
Former AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd has changed his opinion about Axl Rose fronting the band after initially being down on the Guns N' Roses singer. Although he had panned the collaboration when first hearing of it, Rudd told Music Radar in a new interview that he recently watched...