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  • Jimmy Page Forming New Band, Says Led Zeppelin Reunion 'Doesn't Look Likely'

    Jimmy Page has finally faced facts: Robert Plant is just not that into a Led Zeppelin reunion.

    Speaking Tuesday in an onstage Q&A at the London launch of the latest batch of Zeppelin reissues, Page – who has agitated for a more permanent reunion ever since the band's triumphant one-off 2007 show at London's O2 Arena...

  • Kenny Rogers Blends Holiday and Country Classics on 2014 Christmas Tour

    Kenny Rogers will deck the halls in 22 cities this November and December, as he crosses the U.S. and Canada on his 33rd holiday tour. The country legend's Christmas & Hits Through the Years trek, with special guest Linda Davis, will kick off November 12th with a four-night run in Niagra...

  • Watch Alabama Make a 'Tennessee River' Run With Jason Aldean — Video Premiere

    Last November, Alabama gathered some of their most famous friends and hit up Nashville's Ryman Auditorium for a sold-out, guest-heavy performance. That concert, which featured collaborations with everyone from Trisha Yearwood to Jamey Johnson, hits stores today in the form of Alabama & Friends at the Ryman, a DVD and...

  • Americana Supergroup Trigger Hippy Release Debut Album

    When Trigger Hippy, the roots supergroup founded by Black Crowes drummer Steve Gorman, made its AmericanaFest debut earlier this month, it was difficult to think of a festival act that better embodied the idea of Americana. Led by Gorman, the members of the cleverly monikered collective — singers Joan Osborne and...

  • See Rancid Play Three Punky Ragers From New Album

    Rancid didn't merely announce that they were putting out their eighth studio record this fall; they made a sampler video. To accompany the news that ...Honor Is All We Know would be coming out on October 27th, the long-running punk quartet filmed themselves playing three songs from the record: "Collision...

  • Malcolm Young's Family Confirms AC/DC Guitarist's Dementia

    The family of founding AC/DC guitarist Malcolm Young has confirmed the illness that forced the 61-year-old to quit the band. "Malcolm is suffering from dementia and the family thanks you for respecting their privacy," they said in a statement, according to People

    The group had previously announced in April that Young...

  • Flashback: Bob Dylan Sings 'I Shall Be Released' With Elvis Costello

    By the spring of 1995 Bob Dylan had been on the road for a solid eight years, and even though the general public and the media were barely paying attention, his shows were starting to get really, really good.

    Trying to pinpoint the exact reason why this happened is a fool's...

  • Neil Diamond Spreads Love the Brooklyn Way

    It's hard to believe Neil Diamond had never played a show on his native soil of Brooklyn before last night. But he returned to the old neighborhood for a surprise secret gig at his alma mater Erasmus Hall High School, deep in the heart of Flatbush. It was an emotional...

  • Watch Carrie Underwood Cover R.E.M. at New York Charity Concert

    Country artists interpreting pop and classic-rock songs is nothing new. Jason Aldean has regularly covered Bon Jovi's "Wanted Dead or Alive" in concert, and just last night on the iHeartRadio Music Festival broadcast, Zac Brown Band played Queen's opus "Bohemian Rhapsody." But few can sing those radio staples quite like...

  • The Black Keys Loosen Up: Backstage on the 'Turn Blue' Tour

    On a Saturday afternoon in Cleveland, Patrick Carney kicks back in his dressing room at Quicken Loans Arena, smoking a cigarette in a chair next to an exercise bike. Below a giant TV is an FC Twin console, a system that plays both Nintendo and Super Nintendo games. To relax...

  • Watch Pharrell's Anime, Pokemon-Inspired 'It Girl' Video

    Thus far, Pharrell's Girl has produced two pop hits: "Happy" the chart-topping single that first appeared on the Despicable Me 2 soundtrack, and "Come Get It Bae," which featured supporting vocals from Miley Cyrus. Now, six months after the album's release, its cool closing track is getting the busy, high-concept video that might push...

  • Watch Zac Brown Band Raise the Mercury With 'Bohemian Rhapsody' Cover

    Zac Brown Band want to know if you can do the fandango.

    Last Friday night, the group debuted a cover of Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" during their performance at the iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas. Filled with quadruple-stacked harmonies, twinkling piano and plenty of guitar muscle, the cover was the result of...

  • Sons of Bill Lose Themselves in the 'Cosmos' — Video Premiere

    Spend 30 minutes or so with Sons of Bill — say, in the conference room of the BMI building in Nashville, hours before the band is due to kick off an international tour with a show at the Americana Music Festival — and you'll be thrown into a conversation that...

  • Hear the Jackson 5's Long-Lost First Recording 'Big Boy'

    Since 1968, the earliest commercially available Jackson 5 recording has been the "Big Boy" 45 that the band cut for Steel Town Records and released in January that year. The previous July, however, they had cut the same track for Chicago's One-derful! Records, playing all of their own instruments at the...

  • See Alice Cooper Sing a Reverent Cover of the Beatles' 'Eleanor Rigby'

    Shock rocker Alice Cooper plays it straight and reverent with his take on the Beatles' "Eleanor Rigby," one of dozens of cover songs that appear on the forthcoming compilation The Art of McCartney. In the song's video, the "Welcome to My Nightmare" singer cuddles up to a mic in front...


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