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Released today (June 10th) is the Who’s new live package, Quadrophenia: Live In London. The set was recorded on July 8th, 2013 during the band's tour-closing concert at London’s Wembley Arena. The collection is released in seven different configurations -- including a five-disc...
Judas Priest recently released a audio sample of their new song, "Dragonaut.” The sample of the song is found in a Youtube clip that features guitarist Glenn Tipton, bassist Ian Hill and drummer Scott Travis discussing the song. (Blabbermouth.net) Photo © Todd Morgan, BackBeat-...
Paul McCartney has rescheduled all seven shows of his upcoming June concerts, pushing them back to October. PaulMcCartney.com posted that McCartney’s Out There world tour will now resume on July 5th in Albany, New York and tickets for the original June gigs will be honored for...
Hey -- here’s one we’ve all heard before: the Kinks are finally eyeing a reunion. Both co-founding brothers Ray and Dave Davies have spoken about a possible reunion, marking the first official Kinks work in 21 years — but, as usual, neither brother seems to be on the same page...
The Who has released the first clip from their new CD/DVD set Quadrophenia: Live In London, which will be released tomorrow (June 10th). The disc was recorded on July 8th, 2013 during the Who’s tour-closing concert at London’s Wembley Arena. The collection will be released in...
Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich has spoken out about the negative feedback to the band's upcoming headlining appearance at the U.K.'s Glastonbury Festival, which will be the first time in the event's 44-year history that a metal act has topped the bill. Asked about the response,...
The Doobie Brothers' Tom Johnston feels that classic rock influences seeping into the world of country have helped make the band's upcoming foray into the genre a success. The still-untitled set being readied for Sony includes former Doobies keyboardist Michael McDonald...
Ringo Starr says that Beatles commitments in 2014 forced him to push his solo album back until early next year. Fans were hoping that the followup to Ringo 2012 would be out in time for this summer's All Starr Band tour, but Ringo admitted that between his appearance with Paul...
A former personal manager for Guns N' Roses singer Axl Rose believes that a reunion of the band's classic lineup could happen -- possibly as soon as two years from now. Craig Duswalt, who was Rose's personal handler on the 1991-1993 Use Your Illusion tour, told ABC News that...