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Credit: dhlovelifeCanadian folk-rock legend Neil Young has become a U.S. citizen. Neil confirmed the happy news on his Neil Young Archives website, posting a photo of himself saluting an American flag by a sign that reads “DEMOCRATS REGISTER TO VOTE HERE.” The pic is captioned, “I’m Happy To Report I’m In.” According to Page Six, […]

Nels Israelson; Norman SeeffJackson Browne has got a friend, and tour mate, in James Taylor. The two acclaimed singer/songwriters and Rock & Roll Hall of Famers will team up this year for a late-spring/early-summer tour of the U.S. that kicks off May 15 in New Orleans and is scheduled to wind down with a July […]

Hannah Peters/Getty ImagesFormer Red Hot Chili Peppers guitarist Josh Klinghoffer is speaking publicly for the first time since the band announced that he was no longer in the group, and that longtime on-again, off-again guitarist John Frusciante is returning. During an interview with Marc Maron on the comedian’s WTF podcast, Klinghoffer says that the news was […]

Courtesy of AEG PresentsRoger Waters has unveiled plans for a new North American trek called This Is Not a Drill, which kicks off July 8 in Pittsburgh and is scheduled through an October 3 concert in Dallas. The shows will be staged “in the round,” a first for the ex-Pink Floyd singer/bassist. The 31-date trek […]

ABC/Image Group LAOzzy Osbourne is thanking fans for their support after he revealed earlier this week that he’d been diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. “Thank you all so much for your well wishes,” the metal legend wrote in a Facebook post. “It means the absolute world to me. All my love, Ozzy.” Osbourne announced the news […]

ABC NewsTuesday on ABC’s Good Morning America, ousted Recording Academy CEO Deborah Dugan told her side of the story in a contentious debate that’s roiled the music industry just days before the Grammy Awards. Dugan claims she was pushed out after exposing alleged sexual harassment, nomination rigging, and what she described as a toxic “boy’s […]

UMC/PolydorSoundtracks to a pair of 1979 Who-related movies — the rockumentary The Kids Are Alright and the film adaptation of the 1973 rock opera Quadrophenia — will be reissued as two-LP vinyl sets on March 6. The Kids Are Alright soundtrack, which was released in June 1979, gathers together a career-spanning variety of rare concert […]

Red Light Management/Live NationJust a reminder that The Doors‘ surviving members — guitarist Robby Krieger and drummer John Densmore — will team up for a rare reunion performance tonight at the Homeward Bound Concert, a benefit show taking place at The Wiltern in Los Angeles. The show, which will raise funds for the California homeless […]

Tommaso Boddi/Getty Images for Janie’s FundAfter suing his four Aerosmith bandmates because they wouldn’t let him perform at the Grammys with them, a judge has rejected Joey Kramer‘s argument. TMZ reports that a judge didn’t find Kramer’s defense convincing enough to let him rejoin Aerosmith for the band’s two performances: Saturday’s MusiCares Person of the Year gala, where the band will be honored, and […]

ABC/Lou RoccoJon Bon Jovi and his wife, Dorothea, were in Newark, New Jersey, Wednesday to celebrate the opening of their third JBJ Soul Kitchen non-profit restaurant, located on the Newark campus of Rutgers University, WABC TV reports. Jon and Dorothea established the JBJ Soul Kitchen restaurants to help provide quality meals to homeless and hungry […]


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