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1 July 2020

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Eagles ‘Live From the Forum’ Concert Film Will Debut This Weekend

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A brand new Eagles concert film, Live From the Forum MMXVIII, will debut on ESPN this Sunday, July 5. The 26-song collection, complied from three September 2018 shows at the famous Los Angeles arena, will be the band’s first official release since the death of founding member Glenn Frey, and mark the recorded debut of […]

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1 July 2020

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Why Def Leppard Did Things ‘Completely Different’ on New Live Set

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Phil Collen says he’s glad Def Leppard got a chance to experiment with more theatrical shows during the band’s recent Las Vegas residency. The new London to Vegas set features audio and video from two different stage shows: One was shot during the band’s 2019 Sin City residency, while the other stems from a 2018 […]

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1 July 2020

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The Biggest Rock Song From Every Summer: 1960-2000

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There’s nothing quite like summer. Days are longer, the temperature rises and people emerge from their homes to bask in the sun. Each year there are summer songs that are so popular, they’re practically inescapable. You hear them everywhere: bars, movie theaters, malls or simply blasting from car stereos. These tunes inevitably become the soundtrack of […]

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1 July 2020

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New Seasons of ‘Beavis and Butt-Head’ Coming to Comedy Central

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Beavis and Butt-Head has found a new home. The animated series – which became both iconic and infamous during its original MTV run in the ’90s – will be rebooted on Comedy Central as part of an expansive deal with creator Mike Judge. “We are thrilled to be working with Mike Judge and the great […]

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1 July 2020

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Watch the Trailer for the Go-Go’s Documentary

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The first trailer for The Go-Go’s documentary has been released. The movie about the groundbreaking ’80s band made its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year, and will make its broadcast debut on Showtime on Aug. 1 at 9PM ET. The trailer – which you can watch below –  shows how the band went from the Los […]

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1 July 2020

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‘Aoxomoxoa’ Taught the Grateful Dead How Not to Make a Record

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The Grateful Dead have released Workingman’s Dead: The Angel’s Share, a digital-only collection of rehearsals from the sessions that resulted in their 1970 commercial breakthrough, Workingman’s Dead. In order to make the album, the Dead had to change things around after the difficulty recording the studio LP that preceded it, Aoxomoxoa. As Rolling Stone notes, Aoxomoxoa was […]

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1 July 2020

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See New Animated Video for Leon Russell’s ‘Tight Rope’: Premiere

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Leon Russell is the subject of three new animated videos, produced to mark the 50th anniversary of his self-titled debut album and the legacy he left when he died in 2016. The first clip premieres on UCR today. You can watch “Tight Rope” below. “This and the other videos are being releasing to keep Leon top of mind […]

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1 July 2020

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Hard-Rock Band Ice’s Shelved 1970 LP Is Finally Coming Out

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Back in 1970, a hard-rock band from Indianapolis called Ice were all ready to release their debut album. But sometime between the recording of The Ice Age and its scheduled release date, the quintet broke up. The LP was shelved, the group was forgotten and, like so many underground bands over the years, that was […]

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1 July 2020

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Jefferson Starship to Release ‘Mother of the Sun’ Album

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Jefferson Starship are planning to put out their first album in 12 years, to be named Mother of the Sun. Guitarist David Freiberg, the only original member remaining in the group, broke the news on Consequence of Sound’s Kyle Meredith With…. podcast. In discussing what will come next for the group, he said, “Actually, we have a […]

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30 June 2020

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Ringo Starr Taps Paul McCartney, Joe Walsh for 80th Birthday Show

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Ringo Starr will celebrate his 80th birthday with a virtual charity broadcast. The event, which debuts on YouTube on July 7 at 8PM ET, will include home performances and previously unseen concert footage from Starr, Paul McCartney, Joe Walsh, Gary Clark Jr., Sheryl Crow, Sheila E, Ben Harper and more. “As everyone knows, I love gathering with […]

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