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Led Zeppelin: 50 Years Of History On Video

The premiere episode of a new History of Led Zeppelin video series honoring the band's 50th anniversary is on YouTube. The short piece includes quotes from the band and facts about the September 1968 recording of their self-titled debut album, as well as live footage from the period. Video of Led...
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Clapton Petty Ringo In Trailer For "Echo In The Canyon"

Tom Petty, Eric Clapton, Ringo Starr and Brian Wilson appear in the trailer for a new documentary. Echo in the Canyon features Jakob Dylan of The Wallflowers interviewing those artists and more about the rise of the Laurel Canyon music scene in the 1960s, which featured The Beach Boys, The Byrds,...
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Rolling Stones Tour May Have To Wait Till 2020

Rescheduling the Rolling Stones' postponed dates is turning out to be a bit tougher than expected. The band, which was forced to move the shows due to Mick Jagger's heart valve replacement surgery, had hoped to be able to re-book the concerts for this summer, but according to an inside source --...
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Sharon Osbourne On Extent Of Ozzy's Injuries

Sharon Osbourne has revealed the extent of the injuries that her husband Ozzy Osbourne suffered last week, forcing him to postpone all his 2019 tour plans just as he was recovering from a bout of pneumonia that already led to one canceled trek. Sharon said on Monday's (April 8th) edition of CBS...
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Stevie Nicks Sidelined With The Flu Resulting in Postponement Of All Remaining North American Shows Till Fall

It turns out that the sick member of Fleetwood Mac is Stevie Nicks, who has the flu. As a result, they've pulled the plug on their remaining North American shows, including Jazz Fest next month in New Orleans -- which they added last week to take the place of The Rolling Stones following Mick...
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ZZ Top Heading Back to The Motor City On 50th Anniversary Tour

ZZ Top have announced their 50th anniversary tour. The tour gets going on August 16th in Ridgefield, Washington and runs through October 20th in West Palm Beach, Florida. Singer and guitarist Billy Gibbons says, "It’s been five decades, and I think we’re starting to get pretty good at all this! We’...
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Jeff Beck/Rod Stewart Together Again

Rod Stewart and his former boss, Jeff Beck -- Stewart was the singer in The Jeff Beck Group -- will reunite for a one-off concert on September 27th at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles. Ron Elkman/USA TODAY NETWORK They'll each do their own set before coming together for their most extensive...
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John Lennon: Sgt. Pepper Piano For Sale

The piano on which John Lennon composed the music for Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band is heading to auction. It might be among the most expensive Beatles-linked instruments ever sold. TMZ reports that Gotta Have Rock and Roll auctions expect it to go for around $1.2 million. For that kind...
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The Kinks Dave Davies "Appalled"

Dave Davies says he's “appalled” at not being asked to donate a guitar or amplifier to New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art for its Play It Loud: Instruments of Rock & Roll exhibit. Dave says, "I invented the heavy power chord distorted LOUD guitar on ‘You Really Got Me.’ Me and [my brother>...
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Yes: All-Star Tour Comes To Meadow Brook

Dates for the summer tour of the Jon Anderson-less version Yes -- which we first reported on last month -- have been announced. Joining them on The Royal Affair tour are Asia with a special appearance by founding member and Yes guitarist Steve Howe, John Lodge of The Moody Blues, and Carl Palmer's...
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