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19 February 2020

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Watch Joe Satriani’s New ‘Nineteen Eighty’ Video

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Joe Satriani has unveiled a video for “Nineteen Eighty,” the first single from his upcoming album Shapeshifting. You can watch the clip below. The clip was directed by his son, ZZ Satriani, who directed the 2018 documentary Beyond the Supernova about his father’s 2016 and 2017 tours. In addition to footage from the studio, the video also […]

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19 February 2020

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Why Mick Jagger Went Solo With ‘She’s the Boss’

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Mick Jagger‘s first solo album actually began with a song co-written by his Rolling Stones bandmate Keith Richards. That’s where similarities to the band ended on She’s the Boss, released on Feb. 19, 1985. Work with his main group tended toward raunch and roll, while this project arrived with a sleek, big-drummed, very ’80s approach. Where the Stones […]

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19 February 2020

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‘You Are a Disgrace to My Country’

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Neil Young has previously called Donald Trump a “dickhead,” criticized his “misogyny and racism” and taken offense over political usage of “Rockin’ in the Free World.” Now the musician, who was recently granted American citizenship, has taken his criticisms to another level, calling the president “a disgrace to my country.” In a lengthy open letter […]

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19 February 2020

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Peter Frampton Preps New Memoir ‘Do You Feel Like I Do?’

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Peter Frampton will chronicle his life and career in a new memoir, Do You Feel Like I Do?, which will be published on Oct. 20. “This is my journey,” Frampton said in a statement (via Rolling Stone). “All I ever wanted to do was play guitar and it’s taken me many different places — physically and mentally. […]

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19 February 2020

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Unreleased Van Halen Songs Are ‘In the Strike Zone’

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Former Van Halen singer Gary Cherone said that unheard material he worked on sounded closer to the band’s classic sound than the songs heard on Van Halen III. The Extreme frontman joined Eddie Van Halen’s band in 1996 but left in 1999, after working on a follow-up album to III that was never released. “It was more in the strike […]

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19 February 2020

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Watch Rod Stewart Reunite With Surviving Faces

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Rod Stewart, Ronnie Wood and Kenney Jones reunited as the surviving members of the Faces to close the show at last night’s Brit Awards in London. The performance of their classic song “Stay With Me” came after Stewart delivered “I Don’t Want to Talk About It” with an orchestral backing. “This show may be 40 years […]

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19 February 2020

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Bret Michaels Is Selling His Tour Bus for $170,000

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The bus that Bret Michaels has used on his most recent tours can be yours for $169,995. According to the listing at RV Trader, Michaels is off-loading the 45-foot 2014 Entegra Aspire because he’s having another one built in advance of Poison‘s summer tour with Motley Crue, Def Leppard and Joan Jett. The bus has […]

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19 February 2020

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Ann Wilson Announces 2020 U.S. Tour

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Having spent last year performing with Heart for the first time since 2016, singer Ann Wilson is going back out on the road as a solo act. She’s announced a three-week tour of the U.S. that focuses mainly on the East Coast with a few Midwest dates. She’ll begin April 30 at the Bergen Performing […]

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18 February 2020

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Foo Fighters Announce the Van Tour 2020

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Foo Fighters will remember their first-ever concerts in honor of their 25th anniversary. The band will hit the road for the Van Tour 2020, which is named after the Dodge vehicle that took them across North America in 1995. Foo Fighters be playing some of the same cities they hit back then but in considerably larger venues. […]

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18 February 2020

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Ted Nugent Announces Summer 2020 ‘Best @#%! Tour Ever!’ Dates

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Ted Nugent has revealed his 2020 summer tour plans in his usual calm and reserved manner. “Allrighty all you real gungho soulmusic loving shitkicker soundtrack all American rock and roll rhythm and blues maniacs,” Nugent wrote on his Facebook page. “Join [bassist] Greg [Smith], [drummer] Jason [Hartless] and me as we unleash the ultimate sonic bombast […]

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