Classic Rock

Survey: 90 Percent of Independent Music Venues Say They Will Close Without Federal Funding

A new survey of National Independent Venue Association members found that 90% of independent venues will permanently close in the next few months without federal funding. The association says current funding is not sufficient.
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Female Artists With the Most Number One Albums

Lady Gaga recently scored her sixth number one album on the Billboard Chart. She still has a way to go to get to the top spot though. Here’s a look at the list of female artists with the most number one albums in history.
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Willie Nelson, Paul Simon, and Gary Clark Jr. Lined Up for 'A Night for Austin' Benefit

Willie Nelson and Paul Simon are joining forces to host a star-studded livestream concert supporting the city of Austin. Fittingly dubbed “A Night for Austin”, the evening of music is set to take place on June 10 at 8PM CT.
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Kanye West, Elton John, and Ariana Grande Top 'Forbes' Highest-Paid Celebrities List

Forbes published their list of the world’s highest-paid celebrities and plenty of musicians made the cut. The annual list was released on Thursday featuring a wide-variety of athletes, actors and actresses, musicians, members of the media, and more.
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Sweet Bassist Steve Priest Dies at 72

Steve Priest, the bassist for the British Pop Rock band Sweet has passed away at the age of 72. The news was confirmed by Sweet guitarist Andy Scott in a Facebook post on Thursday.
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Summerfest 2020 Officially Canceled Due to COVID-19

This announcement comes after the festival was previously rescheduled to September, from its original dates in June 2020. This is the first time the festival has been canceled in its 53-year history.
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Neil Young Says 'It’s Time for Real Change' With Live Release of 'Southern Man'

50 years after its release, Young shared an updated version of his famous song “Southern Man” with reflections on how it applies to current events.
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Iggy Pop Is Asking Senators to Protect Big Cats in Florida

Iggy Pop is asking Florida Senators Marco Rubio and Rick Scott to co-sponsor the Big Cat Public Safety Act, a piece of legislation that would protect tigers and other big cat species.
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Rush's Alex Lifeson on Music After Neil Peart's Death: 'I Just Don't Feel It in My Heart Right Now

Ever since the passing of Neil Peart, Rush guitarist Alex Lifeson hasn’t had interest in playing music. Lifeson was a guest on WFAN’s Talkin’ Golf show and told Ann Liguori it’s been difficult to find the inspiration to play his guitar.
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New Jersey Puts Plans Together for Their First Drive-In Concert

Announced on Monday, Monmouth Park Racetrack in Oceanport, New Jersey will host a new drive-in concert series with local favorites Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes set to play on July 11th.
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