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Credit: Nick McCabeCreedence Clearwater Revisited, the spinoff group led by founding Creedence Clearwater Revival bassist Stu Cook and drummer Doug “Cosmo” Clifford, won’t be a travelin’ band for much longer. Cook and Clifford have announced that CC Revisited will retire from the road after completing a 2019 farewell trek dubbed “The Final Revival Tour.” “We […]

Columbia Records; Courtesy of Heaven’s Door SpiritsNashville Skyline, Bob Dylan‘s first full-length foray into country music, was released 50 years ago today, and in honor of the anniversary, the Heaven’s Door Spirits whiskey brand, which Dylan launched in 2018, has announced plans to open a complex featuring a distillery and arts center in Music City. […]

Courtesy of SummerfestThe list of performers for the 2019 edition of Milwaukee’s annual Summerfest has been announced and, as usual, it features popular artists from a wide variety of genres, including quite a few veteran rock acts. Among the stars who will entertain the crowds this year at the festival grounds are Chicago, Foreigner, Styx, 38 […]

Courtesy of Adrenaline PR The Ronnie James Dio hologram is making its way to the States. The Dio Returns tour, featuring members of the Dio band playing alongside the hologram, will launch in the U.S. on May 31 in Ft. Myers, Florida, and will wrap up June 29 in Las Vegas. Tickets go on sale […]

ABC/Randy HolmesSharon Osbourne has shared some more details about the fall that her husband Ozzy recently suffered, which forced the Prince of Darkness to postpone all of his tour dates to 2020. Speaking on her show The Talk Monday, Sharon explained that when Ozzy fell in the middle of the night, he aggravated injuries that […]

ABC/Randy HolmesMetallica has announced the second annual Day of Service, a country-wide volunteering effort launched in collaboration with the band’s All With My Hands charity foundation. As with the first Day of Service, held last May, Metallica is asking you to volunteer at your local food bank for this year’s event, taking place Wednesday, May […]

UMeA limited-edition vinyl LP of raw studio mixes of the songs on John Lennon‘s classic 1971 album Imagine will be released this Saturday, April 13, as part of the 2019 Record Store Day event. The Imagine (Raw Studio Mixes) album is pressed on 180-gram black vinyl, and will be available exclusively at independent record shops. […]

Credit: Al Pereira Kinks guitarist Dave Davies kicks off his first U.S. solo tour in about year tonight in Collingswood, New Jersey. The nine-date trek, which will stop at venues in the Northeast and Midwest, is plotted out through an April 21 show in Chicago. The 72-year-old Rock & Roll Hall of Famer tells ABC […]

Bill Wyman and Mandy Smith in 1989 (Julian Parker/UK Press via Getty Images)A screening of a new documentary about ex-Rolling Stones bassist Bill Wyman that was to have taken place in June at the Sheffield Doc/Fest in Sheffield, U.K., has been dropped from the festival lineup. The BBC reports that the doc, titled The Quiet […]

Steven Dewall/RedfernsShawn Smith of the Seattle band Brad passed away over the weekend. Pearl Jam guitarist Stone Gossard, who also plays in Brad, has now shared a tribute to his late band mate. “My dear friend Shawn passed quietly/peacefully in his sleep,” Gossard said. “Our deepest condolences and love to his family, close friends, and […]


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