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AC/DC made the Top 10 on Forbes annual list of the year's 30 highest paid musicians, coming in at Number Seven with earnings of $67.5 million in 2016. Topping the list was Taylor Swift with $120 million, followed by One Direction in second place with $110 million, Adele with $80...
Earlier this month, the organizers of Canadian Music Week announced that Rush will receive its Allan Slaight Humanitarian Spirit Award in April. In addition, a donation of $40,000 will be made on their behalf to the charity of their choice, and Rush have asked that he be made to...
Coming on January 26th will be the four-disc "super deluxe" edition of Cream's 1966 debut set, Fresh Cream. SuperDeluxeEdition.com broke the news of the set, posting the full track-listing for the 98-track package. According to the post, the "Super deluxe edition" features "the...
Black Sabbath are the focus of a new arts program in the U.K. Arts Council England has plunked down $562,000 to help the arts organization Capsule create a three-year international program inspired by the story of how Sabbath changed the face of music. The money will be used to...
The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame denies that its fan ballot has been hacked. Following a week where the votes received jumped from 870,000 to almost 1.4 million, the Hall's vice president of communications issued a statement. Todd Mesek tells Cleveland's Plain Dealer there was "...
Ron Wood says that Eric Clapton's two guest spots on the Rolling Stones' new album, Blue & Lonesome, are his favorite of the bunch. Blue & Lonesome marks the Stones' first new studio set since 2005 and drops on Friday (December 2nd). We caught up with Wood and asked him...
Grateful Dead drummer Mickey Hart says that the band's off-shoot band Dead & Company is gearing up for 2017 and will undoubtedly be expanding musically from its 2016 shows. Although he wouldn't give a hard opening date for the next string of Dead & Co shows, he -- along...
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...