Classic Rock

U2 to Finish 2019 'The Joshua Tree' Tour with First Trip to India

U2 has announced one final show for 2019, and it’s in a place they’ve never played before. The Irish icons have performed rare concerts in countries like Greece, Israel and Russia, but they’ve never made it to India, until now. U2 will end their 2019 The Joshua Tree tour in Mumbai. The country of 1...
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Remembering Ric Ocasek: 5 Favorite Videos from The Cars

Ric Ocasek passed away this weekend at the age of 75. The frontman for The Cars , which was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame last year, leaves behind decades of music, both as an artist and a producer. Starting with their debut album in 1978 packed with hits and timeless classics, The...
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The Who Announce New Album Title, Release Date; Share First Single

The Who have made all the talk about a new album official. It will be called, simply, WHO , and it will be released on November 22. Along the the announcement, Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend are sharing the lead single from their first studio album in 13 years. “Ball and Chain” is a politically-...
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The Rolling Stones Unveil Impressive 'Let it Bleed' Deluxe Reissue

The classic Stones album that delivered “Gimme Shelter” and “Midnight Rambler” turns 50 this year, and the band is celebrating with a monster reissue. Let it Bleed was released at the end of 1969 and also included “You Can’t Always Get Want You Want.” The track begins a fun unboxing video for the...
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Vince Neil Remembers Daughter in Emotional Instagram Post

The death of a child can bring even the baddest of rockers to their knees. Mötley Crüe frontman Vince Neil lived the horror first-hand when his daughter, Skylar , endured a grueling battle with cancer before succumbing to the disease in 1995. Nearly 25 years later, Neil is remembering the time he...
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The Who Perform New Song, Narrow Down Album Release Date

The Who are building momentum towards the release of their first new studio album in 13 years. Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend gave their new song “Big Cigars” its U.S. debut during their show at Madison Square Garden over the weekend. The track was originally released as “Guantanamo” on Townshend...
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6 Legendary Led Zeppelin Performances

Today is Robert Plant's 71st birthday. To call Plant one of rock's most legendary frontmen wouldn't scratch the surface. Led Zeppelin's broad influence during their incredible run from 1967 to 1980 changed the course of rock ‘n’ roll. To celebrate Plant's birthday, and his band's stamp on music, we...
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Celebrating Woodstock at 50

Woodstock was more than just a music festival, it was a cultural touchstone that has echoed far beyond its own generation. In the decades since it has come to represent ideals now often overlooked or thought out-of-fashion, a testament to togetherness bonded forever through music. Whatever the...
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The Top 10 Vinyls of 2019 so Far

August 12th was National Vinyl Record Day , a holiday for music lovers who appreciate the well-worn groove of a good tune. For those that know that the real sound can only be captured once you drop the needle. For those that don’t mind getting up to flip the side. Happy National Vinyl Record Day to...
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Roger Daltrey of The Who: 'Woodstock Wasn't Peace and Love'

At 5am on Sunday August 17, 1969, The Who took the stage at Woodstock. The festival which became the touchstone for a generation and a symbol of the spirit of the 60s is 50 years old this month, with many looking back on fond memories of the landmark event. Not Roger Daltrey . The frontman for The...
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