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Rock Hall Fan Vote: Stevie Nicks No Longer On Top

Def Leppard has overtaken Stevie Nicks to lead the Fan Vote for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's Class of 2019 as it enters its second week. As of Sunday night, they had more than 147,000 votes, leading Stevie by 7,000 votes. The Cure is still in third with just under 90,000 votes, followed by Todd...
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Fleetwood Mac to Lindsey Buckingham.....See Ya In Court!

Fleetwood Mac have responded to the lawsuit filed by Lindsey Buckingham by saying they "look forward to their day in court." Buckingham claims "breach of fiduciary duty, breach of oral contract and intentional interference with prospective economic advantage." In other words, he wants the $12-...
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Fleetwood Mac: It Was Either Buckingham Or Nicks!

Lindsey Buckingham says his old girlfriend, Stevie Nicks, was responsible for his being booted from Fleetwood Mac. Buckingham tells Rolling Stone that band manager Irving Azoff called him last January, two nights after the band had performed at the MusiCaresbenefit, to say, "Stevie never wants to...
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Rock Hall: Stevie Nicks Leads Fan Voting Day One

Stevie Nicks, a member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame since 1998 as a member of Fleetwood Mac, is leading the Fan Vote following this (Tuesday) morning's announcement that she is one of 15 nominees for the Class of 2019. She has already received more than 40,000 votes, leading Def Leppard by...
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Steve Perry: Has It Really Been 24 Years?

Today (Friday) is the day Steve Perry fans have waited 24 years for -- the release of his new album. Titled Traces, it's his first since 1994's For the Love of Strange Medicine. He started recording it in May 2015 following the death of his girlfriend, Dr. Kellie Nash. "My precious Kellie gave me a...
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Fleetwood Mac: The New Line-up Goes Deep

Fleetwood Mac opened their world tour last night (Wednesday) at the BOK Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Featuring Neil Finn of Crowded House and Mike Campbell from Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers in place of the fired Lindsey Buckingham, the band broke out songs they haven’t done in four decades, along...
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Mark Farner: Former Grand Funk Front Man "Can't Stop"

Former Grand Funk Railroad frontman Mark Farner has a new song out titled “Can’t Stop,” which was written by a group of musicians he counseled at the Rock and Roll Fantasy Camp. “The idea of working with some of my own fans on music that we jointly construct, made for an interesting project,” says...
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NEW! Steve Perry: 3rd New Single And Video

Steve Perry has released the third single and video from his new album, Traces. “We’re Still Here” celebrates the continuity of life and a sense of camaraderie with a new generation, which Perry saw first hand during a walk around Los Angeles while working on the album. Video of Steve Perry - We...
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Tom Petty: Another "Treasure" Preview

Another teaser track from the upcoming Tom Petty box set, An American Treasure, is out. The previously unreleased "Gainesville" was recorded during the Echo sessions in 1998 and is at all digital retailers and streaming sites. If you pre-order An American Treasure, you'll get a instant download of...
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McCartney: Number One Again

Paul McCartney has gotten back to where he once belonged. His new album, Egypt Station, is number-one this week on the Billboard 200 album chart. It's the eighth chart-topping album of McCartney's post-Beatles career, but his first since Tug of War, 36 years ago. He also has 19 with The Beatles --...
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