rock

Yes, That's Guns N' Roses in the New 'Westworld' Trailer

The notes that carry “Sweet Child O’ Mine” have ended up in the season three trailer for the hit HBO show “Westworld,” but they’re not played on guitar. It’s a piano version of the hard rock classic.
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Korn and Faith No More Announce Full Summer Tour

Korn and Faith No More are joining forces for a summer tour, starting in August in Denver and making their way across the continent until September 17. See the full list of dates here.
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Ozzy Osbourne Cancels 2020 Tour Dates for More Medical Treatment

Ozzy Osbourne has announced the cancellation of his 2020 tour dates so that he can seek additional treatment for Parkinson’s disease and other ailments.
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The Time Green Day Was Starstruck by The Beatles

Frontman Billie Joe Armstrong recalls a moment at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony in 2015. He couldn’t believe what he saw and heard during a sound check.
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Def Leppard Teams Up With ZZ Top for Fall Tour

As if taking part in one of the biggest rock tours of the summer wasn’t enough, Def Leppard is following it up with a fall tour with another legendary band.
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GRAMMY Nominees Rival Sons Set 2020 U.S. Tour Dates

For the first time ever, Rival Sons will start a tour with the title “GRAMMY nominees” next to their name.
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Joey Kramer Rejoins Aerosmith After GRAMMY Dispute

With that introduction, everything appears to be back to normal in Aerosmith land.
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Rage Against The Machine Announce Full Tour for 2020

Rage Against The Machine have announced a full tour for 2020, following the previously announced set of shows along the Mexico border and their return to Coachella.
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See John Frusciante's First Performance Back with Red Hot Chili Peppers

The guitarist who played on some of the Red Hot Chili Peppers’ most popular albums performed with the band for the first time since 2007.
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Green Day Trades Revolution for Retro on 'Father of All…'

Don’t be fooled by the handclaps and backup singers, Father of All… is still very much a Green Day album.
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