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Styx Announce Summer 2021 U.S. Tour With Collective Soul
Bands will team for seven dates in June.
Carl Palmer Announces Emerson, Lake and Palmer Book ‘ELP’
"This is the story as it happened, as the group told it, because this is our own words," band's drummer says.
John Lennon Rehearses ‘Give Peace a Chance’ in Unearthed Video
Clip, recorded with Yoko Ono in the Bahamas, previews upcoming 'Plastic Ono Band' box set.
Roger Waters Announces New 2022 Dates for Postponed Tour
Songwriter will play new songs and material from Pink Floyd's "golden era" during trek, which he delayed due to the pandemic.
Tom Petty’s New ‘Angel Dreams’ Reworks ‘She’s the One’ Soundtrack
Remastered set, out in June as part of Record Store Day event, features four previously unreleased songs.
John Oates Joins Sax-Playing Sasquatch for Revamped ‘Maneater’
Guitarist tackles Hall & Oates' 1982 hit with costumed, viral-friendly saxophonist.
Grammy Producer Defends Show’s Eddie Van Halen Tribute Segment
Executive producer says he originally suggested "eight or nine guitarists" to pay tribute after guitarist's son declined offer to perform.
That Time Frank Zappa Played a Drug Dealer on ‘Miami Vice’
Avant-garde composer and satirical rock star made his most surprising creative move in 1986.
Tina Turner Recalls Path to Rock Stardom in New HBO Doc Trailer
Singer recalls dream of becoming "the first Black rock 'n' roll singer to pack places like the [Rolling] Stones."
Bruce Springsteen DWI Charges Dismissed
He pleads guilty to "consumption of alcohol in a closed area."
Chick Corea, Pioneering Jazz-Fusion Keyboardist, Dies at 79
Return to Forever leader died after battling a "rare form of cancer."
New Tom Petty Documentary to Premiere at SXSW Online
'Somewhere You Feel Free' utilizes "newly discovered archive of 16mm film" to show singer-songwriter at work on 1994's 'Wildflowers.'