50 Years Ago: The Who Play Their First U.S. Show
In March 1967, the Who made their live U.S. debut by taking part in a musical revue hosted by Murray the K. The legends played five times a day for nine days.
45 Years Ago: Deep Purple Emerges From the Flames on 'Machine Head'
Deep Purple watched their recording venue burn, then persevered to tell the tale in 'Smoke on the Water' and make 'Machine Head,' released in March 1972.
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Don Hunstein, Legendary Classic Rock Photographer, Dies at 88
Hunstein was a staff photographer for Columbia Records and took the cover photo for 'The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan.'
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John Lennon's 'Best Friend,' Pete Shotton, Dies at 75
Pete Shotton played a role in two major Beatles songs.
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Paul McCartney Is Working With Another of Adele's Producers
Greg Kurstin, who oversaw the smash hit “Hello,” is collaborating on Paul McCartney's as-yet-untitled new project.
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Police Guitarist Andy Summers Goes In Depth on His Exotic New Solo Album: Exclusive Video Premiere
Andy Summers' 14th solo project 'Triboluminescence' is out today.
Iron Maiden Vinyl Reissues Continue with 12-LP Second Round
The next group of Iron Maiden vinyl reissues focuses on albums from the '90s and beyond.
Watch the Neal Morse Band Play 'The Vineyard' From 'Morsefest 2015′ DVD: Exclusive Premiere
Here's an exclusive premiere of "The Vinyard" from the Neal Morse Band's new live two-DVD set, 'Morsefest 2015.'
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Dwayne Johnson Honors His 'Second Dad' Sib Hashian, Classic Rockers Pay Tribute to Deceased Ex-Boston Drummer
Actor Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, who has had a long relationship with Sib Hashian's daughter, offers a particularly poignant tribute to the former Boston drummer.
35 Years Ago: Ozzy Osbourne Appears on 'Letterman' Six Days After Randy Rhoads' Death
Ozzy Osbourne vowed to continue in the aftermath of Randy Rhoads' death when he appeared on 'Late Night With David Letterman' in March 1982.
Night Ranger's Jack Blades Talks New Music: 'We Can Do Whatever We Want'
'Don't Let Up' is the 12th studio project from Night Ranger, and one that’s appropriately named.
Boston Pays Tribute to Late Drummer Sib Hashian
The band issued a statement following the news that Sib Hashian, the drummer on their first two albums, died.
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Allman Brothers Band Announce Eight-Disc 'Fox Box'
The set showcases performances from a tour in support of what would be the Allman Brothers Band's final studio effort.
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Rolling Stones' 'Ole Ole Ole! A Trip Across Latin America' Coming to Home Video
The Rolling Stones' recent concert movie 'Olé Olé Olé! A Trip Across Latin America' is coming to home video.
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Former Boston Drummer Sib Hashian Dead at 67
John Thomas "Sib" Hashian, the drummer who played on Boston's first two bestselling LPs, has died at the age of 67.
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Scorpions and Megadeth Announce 2017 'Crazy World' North American Tour
Scorpions and Megadeth will be playing a month's worth of arena shows across North America this fall.
Dion Announces Release of 52-Year-Old 'Lost' Album
On May 12, Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Dion will release Kickin' Child: The Lost Album 1965.
Bob Dylan Talks Proper Album Length, 'American Pie' and Switching From Guitar to Piano in Extensive New Interview
With the March 31 arrival of his new three-CD collection of standards, Triplicate, just around the corner, Bob Dylan sat for a rare — and wide-ranging — interview.
'Grateful Dead Movie' Coming to Theaters for One Night Only
The Grateful Dead's 1977 concert film, 'The Grateful Dead Movie,' will return to theaters for one night only to celebrate its 40th anniversary this year.
Kansas Expand 'Leftoverture' Tour and Plan Return to Studio
This as-yet-untitled Kansas project would make quick work of following up last year's 'The Prelude Implicit,' the band's first new album in 16 years.