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ABC/Fred WatkinsChances are your first concert wasn’t as awesome as a five-year-old kid named Taylor, who got to dance on stage with Foo Fighters during their show in Belfast Monday. Dave Grohl and company invited the tyke — who was holding up a sign saying “I’m Taylor aged 5 first ever gig”– up on stage […]

Pete Still/RedfernsLongtime Canned Heat bassist Larry “The Mole” Taylor has died.  According to a Facebook post from the band’s manager, Taylor passed away Monday at his home in Lake Balboa, California, after a long battle with cancer. He was 77. Taylor was part of Canned Heat’s most famous lineup, which included Alan Wilson, Bob Hite, […]

RhinoRush‘s 2013 live album Clockwork Angels Tour will be released on vinyl for the first time on October 11. The record will be available as a five-LP set pressed on 180-gram vinyl, featuring nine sides of music and a laser etching on the second side of the last disc. Clockwork Angels Tour, which originally was […]

Credit: Jill FurmanovskyPink Floyd drummer Nick Mason will receive the Prog God honor at the 2019 Progressive Music Awards, taking place September 12 at London’s Underglobe Theatre. The award, presented by the U.K.’s Prog magazine, acknowledges artists who have been musical innovators throughout their careers. “I’m all in favor of recognition for drummers — particularly […]

Courtesy of Eagle Rock Entertainment/ AXS TV AXS TV has offered a sneak peek of the first episode of the new series Brian Johnson‘s A Life on the Road, which will premiere September 15 at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT and features the AC/DC frontman visiting Sting in New York City. In the beginning of […]

Credit: Scott Robert Ritchie Ringo Starr is the subject of a lengthy new People interview in which the former Beatles drummer touches on the upcoming 50th anniversary reissue of Abbey Road, his plans for a new solo record, the current 30th anniversary tour of his All Starr Band and more. The expanded Abbey Road reissue, […]

ABC/Travis BellAs the second anniversary of the latest Foo Fighters album, 2017’s Concrete and Gold, approaches next month, the band is starting to look toward another record. Speaking to Rock Sound, drummer Taylor Hawkins reveals that the Foos are eyeing a 2020 release for their milestone 10th studio effort. Hawkins explains, “Well, from what I’ve heard […]

Credit: Daryl HannahNeil Young has unveiled some new details about Colorado, his upcoming album with the current incarnation of Crazy Horse. Young reports that the first track from the record, a song titled “Rainbow of Colors,” will be coming out this month, with the album to follow in October. The folk-rock legend also reveals that […]

Credit: Jeremy SafferMegadeth is once again teaming up with Quebec-based brewery Unibroue to create another signature beer. The latest collaboration is a 6.1 percent ABV [Alcohol by volume] Belgian-style saison ale called Saison 13. The brew is available now in select Canadian provinces, and will be coming to the U.S. in September.  “Saison ale” is […]

Niklas Halle’n-WPA Pool/Getty ImagesElton John‘s been burned numerous times by the British press, so that’s why he’s speaking out in defense of the way the press has been treating Prince Harry and his wife Meghan, Duchess of Sussex. According to E!, over the weekend, Harry, Meghan and their son Archie were criticized for taking a […]


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