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Phil Collins admits that during his 1985 cameo as Led Zeppelin's drummer at Live Aid, he considered splitting mid-performance, according to Ultimate Classic Rock. Collins was particularly close to Robert Plant in the early ‘80s, having drummed on his first two solo albums; 1982’...
Ex-Guns N' Roses bassist Duff McKagan, who has played with the band again a handful of times over the past four years, said in a recent interview that he's potentially open to the idea of reuniting with the group again. McKagan said, “I never say never to anything, actually,...
Seether goes through an aging process in the just-released video for the band's new single, "Same Damn Life." Seether frontman Shaun Morgan came up with the "Same Damn Life" video concept in close collaboration with director Nathan Cox. The pair have wanted to work together for...
Once again Journey and the Steve Miller Band will hit the road together in 2015 with special guest Tower Of Power. The grouping, which was one of the hottest tours of the summer of 2014, will soon be announcing its full itinerary, but as of now only one show is on the books:...
During a recent radio interview, Graham Nash took time out to address Neil Young's recent statement that he'd never perform as part of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young again, due to David Crosby's recent comments to The Idaho Statemen about Young's girlfriend, actress Daryl...
A flyer included in Bob Dylan’s new Bootleg Series collection confirms that the latest Dylan covers set, titled Shadows In The Night, will be released in 2015. Back in May, Dylan posted a cover version of Frank Sinatra’s “Full Moon & Empty Hearts” on his official website (...
Pink Floyd's upcoming album, The Endless River, was originally supposed to be the second disc of 1994's The Division Bell. Although fans were aware of the fact that the material originated during those sessions, a second ambient album was intended to either be the set's...
It's Friday (October 31st), which means it's time for your weekly Foo Fighters track. This time the song is "Congregation," which was recorded at Nashville’s Southern Ground studio with assistance from Zac Brown of the Zac Brown Band. The making of the song and the musical...
Metallica is prepping remastered deluxe editions of the band's first two albums, 1983's Kill 'Em All and 1984's Ride The Lightning, and is asking for help from their fans to put the sets together. Anyone who has photos of the group, along with memorabilia or audio of concerts...