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ABC/Craig SjodinFifty years ago this July, Neil Armstrong uttered the famous phrase, “That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind,” as he became the first man to walk on the moon.  One of the people who remembers watching him do it is Queen guitarist — and astrophysicist — Brian May. In honor […]

Credit: Zack Whitford After launching in April, Aerosmith‘s “Deuces Are Wild” Las Vegas residency will begin a second installment on June 19, and to mark to occasion, the exhibit focusing on the band that’s located in the lower level of the Park Theater at Park MGM will be opened to all fans. The display, dubbed […]

Erika Goldring/Getty ImagesRock & Roll Hall of Famer Dr. John, the influential New Orleans pianist best known for his hit “Right Place Wrong Time,” has died at age 77.  His death was announced via a post on Facebook. “Towards the break of day June 6, iconic music legend Malcolm John Rebennack, Jr., known as Dr. […]

Credit: Samir HusseinWho fans visiting London next week will have the chance to score some exclusive band merchandise at a special pop-up shop that will be open on Friday, June 14, and Saturday, June 15, in the U.K. capital’s Soho neighborhood. The store, dubbed The Who @52, will celebrate the band’s July 6 concert at […]

Atlantic/RhinoStone Temple Pilots are reissuing their 1994 sophomore album Purple in honor of its 25th anniversary. The collection arrives on September 13, and features the original album remastered, as well as a host of unreleased demos, live tracks and acoustic recordings. You can download an acoustic version of “Big Empty” now via digital platforms. A […]

Credit: Pamela LittkyAlice in Chains has premiered the next episode of Black Antenna, the ongoing sci-fi film project accompanying the band’s Grammy-nominated album, Rainier Fog. The latest installment, soundtracked by the song “So Far Under,” focuses on the character Nil, who’s in pursuit of protagonists Alpha and Beta, two aliens disguised as humans trying to […]

ABC/Randy HolmesFounding Beach Boys mastermind Brian Wilson has postponed his 12 scheduled June solo concerts to address some mental health issues he’s been experiencing following a recent operation on his back. The 76-year-old Wilson posted a lengthy message on his official website noting that he’s undergone three back surgeries “in the last year or so,” […]

Courtesy of WE2019 Experience FestivalsA pair of star-packed three-day festivals unofficially marking the 50th anniversary of Woodstock will be held during two separate weekends in two different locations this August. The WE2019 Experience Festivals will take place August 9-11 at Saloon Studios Live in West Jefferson, North Carolina, and August 16-18 at Space Coast Harley-Davidson […]

UMe/Artists DenSoundgarden‘s upcoming Live from the Artists Den concert film will screen in IMAX theaters for one night only on July 1. Tickets will go on sale starting this Friday, June 7, via The IMAX screenings join the previously announced “immersive events” taking place June 17 in Los Angeles and June 18 in New […]

Credit: Anna WebberRolling Stone has introduced its new “Ask Croz” advice column featuring David Crosby with a video in which the 77-year-old folk-rock legend gives off-the-cuff responses to several fans’ questions about various issues and topics. Crosby starts things off by noting, “I think it’s very funny that anyone would ask me for advice about […]


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