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Vince Neil, Sammy Hagar Planning 2014 Joint Tour

Vince Neil, Sammy Hagar Planning 2014 Joint Tour

Motley Crue may be nearing their retirement, but that isn’t likely to stop Vince Neil from keeping the band’s music alive and kicking. In this spirit, the man himself has just revealed that he’s set to embark on a joint headlining tour with none other than Sammy Hagar next year. Speaking to Vegas Rocks! magazine, […]

Phil Lesh Alines 30 Night Residency at New York’s Capitol Theater Next Spring

Phil Lesh Alines 30 Night Residency at New York’s Capitol Theater Next Spring

48 years on the road of solid touring with the Grateful Dead and other post-Dead groups have clearly taken a mental, if not physical, toll on bassist Phil Lesh who has signed a deal to play regular concerts without the stresses of being on the road. Lesh, at the ripe age of 73, will team […]

Best Live Covers Performed by Dave Matthews Band

Best Live Covers Performed by Dave Matthews Band

Dave Matthews Band wows its audience frequently with massive sets lists consisting of their original material, which spans over eight full-lengths. DMB have released over twice the amount of live albums, though, and plenty of them feature superb cover versions of tracks many of us know and love. While difficult to identify the best, here […]

Sting, Paul Simon Come Together for 2014 Concert Tour

Sting, Paul Simon Come Together for 2014 Concert Tour

Musical heavyweights and all-round song-writing legends Sting and Paul Simon have just revealed that they plan to embark on a joint tour together next year, and their fans are losing their Fruit Loops. Apparently, the pair weren’t always on the best of terms, living in the same apartment building on the Upper West Side of […]

Five Essential Van Morrison Albums

Five Essential Van Morrison Albums

Renowned as the grumpiest man in rock, Belfast troubadour Van Morrison is still going strong after 45 years in the business, with his recent release, Born To Sing: No Plan B receiving some of the most glowing reviews of his career. But with 34 studio albums under his belt, any recent converts wishing to investigate […]

Bayou Country Superfest 2014 Locks In George Strait, Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan

Bayou Country Superfest 2014 Locks In George Strait, Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan

Bayou Country Superfest announced today that George Strait, Luke Bryan, Jason Aldean, Reba McEntire, Eric Church, Florida Georgia Line, Hunter Hayes, Lee Brice and more are set to appear at the 5th annual festival, scheduled for May 23th, 24th & 25th, 2014 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Taking place over Memorial Day Weekend, the Bayou Country […]

Kings of Leon Set 2014 Tour Behind ‘Mechanical Bull’

Kings of Leon Set 2014 Tour Behind ‘Mechanical Bull’

Kings Of Leon are set to embark on a new tour in support of latest album Mechanical Bull next year. The band have announced the first leg of the North American trek, which kicks off on February 5th in Atlanta, and is set to see the Nashville natives make stops in New York, Philadelphia, Toronto, […]

The Who’s 50th Anniversary Dates to be Their Final Tour

The Who’s 50th Anniversary Dates to be Their Final Tour

It’s a sad, sad day for fans of the Who. Speaking to the Evening Standard at a screening for band documentary Sensation, Who guitarist and one-half of the band’s surviving members, Pete Townshend said: “For the 50th anniversary we’ll tour the world. It’ll be the last big one for us. There are still plenty of […]

Taylor Swift – The Boyfriends That Inspired The Songs

Taylor Swift – The Boyfriends That Inspired The Songs

Not to call Taylor Swift’s wholesome reputation into dispute, but ever since she burst onto the country-pop scene back in 2006, she’s been linked with more celebrity boyfriends than most people have hot dinners. With a list of exes that reads like a who’s who of showbiz, her confessional tales of past relationships have understandably […]

Nine Things You Didn’t Know About Trans-Siberian Orchestra

Nine Things You Didn’t Know About Trans-Siberian Orchestra

The powerful music of Trans-Siberian Orchestra seems to resonate most during the colder months. Perhaps it’s because the band’s name conjures images of barren snow blankets extending through Russia, as one looks outside from the warm embrace of a railway car. Or maybe it’s the mere feelings holidays can provide rich orchestral music, enhanced by […]

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