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UMeDuff McKagan has released the video for “Don’t Look Behind You,” the closing track from his new solo album, Tenderness. The clip captures the Guns N’ Roses bassist performing the tune during a recent solo show at the El Rey Theatre in Los Angeles. McKagan’s backing band includes country artist Shooter Jennings, who produced Tenderness […]

Eagle Rock EntertainmentOn September 6, Black Crowes spinoff group The Magpie Salute will release a new three-track EP titled In Here.  That comes in advance of the band’s sophomore studio album, High Water II, due to arrive on October 18. In Here will be available digitally globally, and will also  be issued in the U.S. […]

Credit: Doltyn Snedden Lynyrd Skynyrd has postponed a pair of shows this week on their Last of the Street Survivors Farewell Tour because guitarist Gary Rossington needs time to recover from a recent heart procedure. The Southern rock legends’ concerts this Friday, August 16, in Las Vegas, and Saturday, August 17, in Wheatland, California, have […]

Cardinal Releasing Ltd.The first trailer for the upcoming documentary about late rock ‘n’ roll pioneer Chuck Berry has premiered online. The trailer includes snippets of new interviews with a variety of music legends, including Alice Cooper, KISS‘ Gene Simmons, George Thorogood, Chic‘s Nile Rodgers, Aerosmith‘s Joe Perry and E Street Band members Steven Van Zandt […]

ABC/Fred WatkinsFoo Fighters will headline the inaugural Intersect, a new festival taking place in Las Vegas. The two-day event, held December 6-7, will celebrate the “intersection of inspiring musicians and storytellers, innovative art, technology, and community.” Other artists on the bill include Beck, CHVRCHES, Spoon and Jamie xx, as well as Kacey Musgraves, Brandi Carlile […]

Little Fang PhotoWhen he’s not onstage with his band, Jon Bon Jovi devotes his time to numerous charity projects, as well as his new wine, Hampton Water.  When Bon Jovi keyboardist David Bryan isn’t onstage, he writes Tony-winning musicals…and he’s just written a new one. Diana, a musical based on the life of Diana, Princess […]

Grand Central PublishingRed Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea‘s long-in-the-works memoir Acid for the Children will finally be released on November 5. The book, which will feature a foreword by Patti Smith, follows the story of Flea’s life, including “all the dizzying highs and the gutter lows you’d want from an L.A. street rat-turned-world-famous rock star.” […]

BMG Beach Boys frontman Mike Love released a new solo album last month called 12 Sides of Summer. As the title suggests, the record features 12 tracks celebrating the year’s hottest season, among them covers of some classic summer- and beach-themed tunes, as well as updated versions of four Beach Boys songs and one new […]

Neal Preston/Columbia RecordsThe latest installment of Bruce Springsteen‘s series of archival concert recordings documents The Boss’ unplugged performance at Neil Young‘s first Bridge School Benefit Concert, which took place in October of 1986 at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California. The 10-song set, which featured Springsteen accompanied by The E Street Band‘s Nils Lofgren […]

Credit: Jake EdwardsPaul Simon closed out the 2019 Outside Lands festival on Sunday at San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park, and during his encore, he treated fans to a duet rendition of his Simon & Garfunkel classic “The Boxer” with a very special guest: The Grateful Dead‘s Bob Weir. You can check out fan-shot footage of […]


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