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Canadian police warned drivers that they would be subjected to listening to Nickelback in police squad cars if they were arrested for being drunk behind the wheel over the holidays. According to CBC News, Kensington Police Service shared a photo of Nickelback's Silver Side Up...
Don Henley is adamant that the Eagles will not reunite without Glenn Frey . Although Henley had suggested that the band could possibly carry on without it's late-leader Glenn Frey, who died earlier this year, with Frey's son Deacon stepping in, Henley now tells The Washington...
It was 15 years ago today (November 29th, 2001) that George Harrison died after a long battle with cancer, at age 58. Harrison, the first of the Beatles to embrace Eastern philosophies and culture, will also be remembered for his humanitarian efforts, such as his 1971 Concert...
Eric Clapton has just announced four North American shows for New York City and Los Angeles, which will mark his only gigs on the continent for 2017. The concerts are set for March 19th and 20 at New York's Madison Square Garden, and March 25th and 26th at L.A.'s The Forum...
Metallica lead guitarist Kirk Hammett told the band's So What! fan club newsletter in a new interview that he got some "coaching" writing his solos for the band's new album, Hardwired...To Self-Destruct, from drummer Lars Ulrich. Hammett recalled, "I would play about 25 or 30...
Breaking Benjamin will hit the road this January for a short run of dates as the band continues to promote its 2015 "comeback" album, Dark Before Dawn. The trek will kick off on January 10th in Silver Spring, Maryland, and will conclude two and a half weeks later, on January...
Elton John will not play at Donald Trump 's inaugural, according to a rep for the "Rocket Man" in an email to The Huffington Post . Longtime fans of the rock icon -- and outspoken Hillary Clinton supporter -- were confused when Anthony Scaramucci, a member of Trump’s transition...
Keith Richards says that recording the blues songs that the Rolling Stones made their bones with, made him think of the band's co-founder and blues purist, guitarist Brian Jones. Jones, who was ousted in the band in the spring of 1969 and died that summer, had longed for the...
Pete Townshend recalled the moment that Roger Daltrey transcended being the R&B bruiser-meets-pop tenor for The Who, finding both his true voice and opening the door for Townshend's best work. Just released is The Who's massive five CD "Super Deluxe" box set chronicling its...