Classic Rock

Are These Reunion Tours Happening in 2021?

While the pandemic has thrown a wrench in some of the most anticipated reunion tours, it doesn’t mean they’re off the table. Here’s a look at whether or not 2020’s major reunion tours will take place in 2021.
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When He's 78… It's Paul McCartney's Birthday Today!

McCartney announced last week on animal-rights organization PETA’s website that his birthday wish would be for people to consider becoming vegan for their own health, for the well-being of the Earth and to lessen the suffering of animals.
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Mayor Confirms The Beatles 'Penny Lane' Street Safe After Week of Controversy

The street The Beatles named their famous song “Penny Lane” after may be renamed over claims it was named after the slave trader James Penny.
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Roger Daltrey Promoting 'Teen Cancer America' for Young Cancer Patients During COVID Crisis

June is National Cancer Survivors Month, and while much media attention and financial resources are focused on the COVID-19 pandemic, The Who’s Roger Daltrey is urging people also to keep supporting charities like Teen Cancer America.
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The Doors Celebrate 50th Anniversary of 'Morrison Hotel' With New Comic

In honor of The Doors’ 50th anniversary of their 1970 album Morrison Hotel, Z2 Comics will be releasing a graphic novel on October 13th which will cover the iconic album itself, as well as the events of the era that spawned its creation.
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Former UFO Guitarist Paul Chapman Dies at 66

Paul Chapman, former lead guitarist for the London hard rock band UFO has died. Chapman’s son broke the news on Facebook that he had passed away on Tuesday, which was his 66th birthday.
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The Recording Academy Reveals New Categories and New Rules for GRAMMY Awards

The Recording Academy outlined sweeping changes including the addition of several new categories as well as the eligibility requirements for receiving a GRAMMY nomination.
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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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