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It was 49 years ago on today (June 24th, 1966), that the Beatles kicked off their final tour in Munich, West Germany. The tour, which saw the group performing in Germany, Japan, the Philippines, and the U.S., was plagued with controversy. In the Philippines, the Beatles, who had...
According to the band’s official website , a medical emergency forces cancellation of the No Fixed Address tour. The statement reads in full ... Nickelback is forced to cancel all remaining dates of the second leg of the 2015 No Fixed Address North American tour due to lead...
An orthopedic surgeon says that Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl may not be able to walk normally for months after breaking his leg in a fall from a stage in Sweden earlier this month. Orthopedic Trauma surgeon Andy Murphy, who works at Nuffield Health Plymouth Hospital in...
Former Rolling Stones bassist Bill Wyman has taken time out to defend long dead band founder Brian Jones, and accuse Mick Jagger and Keith Richards of stealing his glory over the years. Wyman is currently doing the rounds publicizing his first new solo album in 33 years called,...
As the future of the Who's live career lies in limbo after the current Who Hits 50! trek wraps in December, Pete Townshend is adamant that an acoustic duo version of the band is not in the cards. Townshend is enjoying a busy month with the recent solo release of his Classic...
Alice Cooper shed light on his recent studio team-up with Paul McCartney. The former Beatle joined Cooper for his and Joe Perry’s Hollywood Vampires covers project, re-recording "Macca's" Top 10 Badfinger classic, “Come And Get It,” according to Blabbermouth.net. The Hollywood...
George Thorogood credits his parents for paving the way for him to become the successful and beloved musician he is today. Thorogood and the Destroyers -- who just wrapped up a killer string of dates with touring partner and good buddy Brian Setzer -- are slowly adding stops...
The Beverly Hills Police Department had to pay former Stone Temple Pilots frontman Scott Weiland over $250,000 for releasing a press release last year claiming that they had arrested him for drug possession and burglary. According to Alternative Nation, the information was...
Tool will play its first confirmed concert of 2015 on Halloween (October 31st) at a one-day music festival called Monster Mash. According to Consequence Of Sound, the event will take place in Tempe, Arizona and the lineup will also feature Primus and Coheed And Cambria. The show...