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Courtesy of The Bob Dylan CenterA new Bob Dylan exhibit featuring a collection of portraits by the folk-rock legend, plus rare drawings, writings, memorabilia, filmed performances and more, will open May 10 at Gilcrease Museum in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The exhibition, titled “Bob Dylan: Face Value and Beyond,” is being curated by The Bob Dylan Archive […]

ABC/Randy HolmesEarlier this month, Metallica announced a special collaborative show with the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra, to be held September 6 at the Chase Center, the upcoming new home of the Golden State Warriors basketball team. Now, there’ll be another one. After the September 6 show sold out immediately, some fans took to social media […]

Courtesy of FenderDuff McKagan has teamed up with Fender to launch a new signature instrument: the Duff McKagan Deluxe Precision Bass. Inspired by the ’80s-era Jazz Special bass McKagan played on Guns N’ Roses‘ iconic debut album Appetite for Destruction, the Deluxe Precision Bass comes in two colors: black and white pearl. You’ll be able […]

Courtesy of Rock & Roll Hall of FameRolling Stone has partnered with digital audiobook publisher Audible to produce a series of audio profiles focusing on music legends, Variety reports. The first installment of the series is titled The Wild Heart of Stevie Nicks, and will be available exclusively at Audible starting April 4. The feature, […]

Bob King/RedfernsA couple of Eagles concert specials will be soaring onto AXS TV in the coming weeks. The first, Eagles: Farewell I Tour — Live from Melbourne, will premiere this Sunday, March 31, at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT, marking the first time the special will be shown on television since its initial release in […]

Courtesy of NetflixA crew member who worked on Motley Crue‘s Netflix biopic The Dirt is suing after suffering severe electrical burns while on the set of the film, the New Orleans Advocate reports. According to the Advocate, rigging grip Louis DiVincenti was handling a metal pipe that made contact with a power line, leaving him […]

Theo Wargo/Getty Images for Songwriters Hall Of Fame Foreigner guitarist Mick Jones recently revealed that he and the group’s former frontman, Lou Gramm, had discussed getting together to finish some uncompleted songs they began working on years ago.  However, Jones says he and his old band mate haven’t moved forward with the project just yet. […]

Credit: Kevin NixonDef Leppard is among the artists being inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame this Friday, March 29 — and while the U.K. rockers are in the New York area, they’ll pay a visit to ABC’s Good Morning America on Wednesday. Singer Joe Elliott and company will be performing on the […]

Credit: Suzie KaplanThe Stray Cats recently announced plans for a 40th anniversary reunion tour that includes a run of U.S. dates in August, and now frontman Brian Setzer has lined a bunch of solo shows that same month. The latest installment of Setzer’s “Rockabilly Riot!” tour features 11 concerts running from an August 5 performance […]

David Redfern/RedfernsScott Walker, who was the lead singer of the ’60s pop group The Walker Brothers before going on to have an influential solo career, has died at age 76. Walker’s passing was announced in a statement on the website of his record label, 4 AD. Born Noel Scott Engel in Ohio, Walker teamed up […]


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