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FLASHBACK: The Who In Concert Supporting ‘Tommy’

The Who’s landmark album Tommy was released 48 years ago today (May 23), and while the album wasn’t technically the first “rock opera,” it certainly helped popularize the term and the concept. Related posts: 5 Things You Forgot About Keith Moon ‘The Who: Live in Hyde Park’ Headed To Theaters Daltrey Ordered By Doctor, Insurance…

ICYMI: Aerosmith, U2’s Tributes to Chris Cornell

Aerosmith and U2 were among the many acts paying special tribute to the late Chris Cornell during their concerts in the wake of his death last week in Detroit. Related posts: Aerosmith Headlining NCAA March Madness Festival ‘The Joshua Tree’ Receiving Massive 30th Anniversary Reissue 7 Incredible Live Bono Moments 7 Incredible Live Bono Moments

Todd Rundgren on Collaborating With So Many Artists on His New Album

Todd Rundgren recorded his new album, White Knight, with a little help from his friends.  Related posts: VIDEO: Todd Rundgren Collaborates With Trent Reznor, Atticus Ross on New Track The Grateful Dead To Release 80 Disc Box Set Rod Stewart Makes Surprise Donation To Veterans Radiothon Beatles Minute – Week Of February 27, 2017

Beatles Minute – Week Of May 22, 2017

On this week's Beatles Minute, Andre Gardner discusses Paul McCartney's tour updates, Giles Martin on new Beatles reissues and more! Related posts: Beatles Minute – Week Of May 16th, 2016 Beatles Minute – Week Of February 27, 2017 Beatles Minute – Week Of April 3, 2017 Beatles Minute - Week of May 15, 2017

Brian May Opens Up On Freddie Mercury’s AIDS Battle

Brian May is in the middle of doing press for the new Queen photo book Queen in 3D, but in a recent interview, he shared some shocking details about Freddie Mercury’s battle with AIDS. Related posts: Queen Monopoly Coming Out In May Freddie Mercury Biopic Might Be Out Sooner Than You Think Late Night Round-Up:…

Former Van Halen Manager Releasing New Tell All Book

Wished you were a fly on the wall during Van Halen’s crazy 70s and 80s run with David Lee Roth?  As the band’s manager, Noel E. Monk was that fly, and he’s sharing his stories with the world in a new book. Related posts: LIST: Classic Diamond Albums Here's How Sammy Hagar Envisions A Van…

Ritchie Blackmore’s Rainbow Dropping Two Singles

The resumption of Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow appears to have more staying power than anticipated. Related posts: New Music = Great News For Rainbow Fans PLAYLIST: Best Of The Traveling Wilburys Rumor: Clapton Appearing On New Stones Album PLAYLIST: Scotty Moore/Sir Mack Rice

David Coverdale Had Some Interesting Comments On Jimmy Page

David Coverdale is speaking out a bit about his onetime collaborator Jimmy Page and the Led Zeppelin founder's lack of original material in recent years. Related posts: Rock Hall Induction Ceremony Performances Heading To Vinyl An Eagles Musical Is In The Works Details On The Paris “Imagine” Pianist Revealed December 8, 1976: The Eagles Release…

Update on Plans For Beatles “White Album” Reissue

Giles Martin is shifting a bit after letting the cat out of the bag about the Beatles' next archival release plans. Related posts: THIS JUST IN: Beatles Streaming Numbers Are Outstanding January 20th: America “Meets The Beatles,” Dylan Gets “Tangled Up In Blue” Beatles’ Abbey Road Console Is Up For Sale Beatles Minute – Week…

New Van Halen Book On The Way

Another book about Van Halen's early days will be published this year. Related posts: Here's How Sammy Hagar Envisions A Van Halen Reunion LISTEN: “Lost” EVH Instrument Track DLR Top Donor For Michael Anthony’s Charity Walk Team Hagar Continues To Push VH Tour With DLR