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Roger Waters posted on Facebook pleading with fans to stop thinking he's in Pink Floyd. Obviously, touring the world several times for half-a-decade performing complete Pink Floyd albums -- along with actually taking the stage with Pink Floyd in recent years -- has confused a...
As the Eagles wind down their tour dates for 2014, they’re taking one last swing through California. The band hits Anaheim on Friday (October 3rd), San Diego on Saturday (October 4th), and Fresno on October 9th. The band has been saluting its 40th anniversary with the current...
Bush has released the official video for "The Only Way Out," the first single from the band's new album, Man On The Run. Bush recorded the album at Studio 606, the private studio owned by Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl. We asked Bush singer Gavin Rossdale if Grohl ever dropped...
Live will release its ninth studio album and first in eight years, The Turn, on October 28th, with first single "The Way Around Is Through" getting a big push at rock radio this week. The album is the first with singer Chris Shinn, who replaced founding frontman Ed Kowalczyk...
Bryan Adams is back with a covers set of key Top 40 hits he loved as a kid when first getting into music. The set, called Tracks Of My Years, was produced by veterans David Foster and Bob Rock, and tackles classics by the Beatles, Ray Charles, Chuck Berry, Bob Dylan, Creedence...
With Fleetwood Mac back out on the road with Christine McVie, fans are wondering how they went for three straight tours without some of her classic tunes. Although during their initial tour in 2003, the band elected to keep "Say You Love Me," "Don't Stop," and her collaboration...
AC/DC guitarist Malcolm Young's family has issued a statement confirming reports that he is afflicted with dementia. The statement issued to People said, "Malcolm is suffering from dementia and the family thanks you for respecting their privacy." The 61-year-old Malcolm...
Guns N' Roses guitarist DJ Ashba said in a new talk with Legendary Rock Interviews that the band has both recording and touring plans in 2015. He revealed, "We are planning on doing quite a bit of touring this coming year. The focus is getting in a studio and putting together...
Jimmy Page got pretty peeved at the by now obligatory Led Zeppelin reunion question yesterday (September 30th) at London’s Olympic Studios, according to NME.com. Page met with a select group of reporters to preview his deluxe remastering job on the band’s fourth and fifth albums...