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LIVE REVIEW: Gregg Allman In Iowa City, Iowa (3/28/2015)

Historic American rock ‘n’ roll figure Gregg Allman and his band graced the stage of the Riverside Casino and Golf Resort in Riverside, Iowa, performing a set of admirable numbers that reflect a vibrant career from the seasoned musician. The lights dimmed and the legend, best known for his tenured work with The Allman Brothers […]

Rush Announce Massive North American ‘R40 Live’ Tour

The Holy Trinity, Rush, have been gracing the world with their unique talent as a power trio for an impressive 40 years. After releasing twenty studio albums and renowned singles like “Tom Sawyer,” “The Spirit Of Radio” and “Limelight,” the band has proven to be not only one of the best rock acts of all […]

AC/DC Release Music Video For “Play Ball”

Last month, classic hard rockers AC/DC announced they would be releasing a new album titled Rock Or Bust. They also streamed a new song off the record called “Play Ball” which features the classic AC/DC sound we have grown to love. This came after the sad news that founding guitarist Malcolm Young would be leaving […]

Robert Plant Turns Down Led Zeppelin Reunion Tour

It seems Robert Plant, vocalist of the legendary Led Zeppelin, is against the idea of a Zeppelin reunion tour. According to NME, the singer reportedly turned down an offer of £500 million from Sir Richard Branson to embark on a 35-stop tour with the band. Despite efforts by former bandmates Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones […]

Stream a Groovy Instrumental from Pink Floyd’s ‘The Endless River’

After the first initial peek at Pink Floyd‘s upcoming record, The Endless River, it seems the band is giving another taste of the new album just a week before its November 10 release date. The newest piece of the record is a relatively short instrumental track titled “Allons-y (1),” which is available for streaming below […]

AC/DC Announce New Album ‘Rock Or Bust’; Stream New Track “Play Ball”

AC/DC have been quiet the past few years, especially from their usual extensive world touring they endure year in and year out. This was caused by rhythm guitarist and founding member Malcolm Young’s diagnosis of dementia during this past year, with the band announcing his unfortunate retirement from the band. Because of this, the band […]

The Who to Release 50th Anniversary Compilation; Includes New Song “Be Lucky”

Classic rock legends The Who are celebrating their 50th anniversary this year. From releasing rock opera records to playing massive live shows to trashing countless hotel rooms, the band have been through one hell of a ride during their tenure as a band. To commemorate this feat, the band announced today that will be releasing […]

The Who Announce First Dates of 2015 Final World Tour

Legendary classic rock group The Who announced they’d be concluding their career with a final tour in 2015, and today they have shared the first batch of dates. Titled The Who Hits 50! Tour, the 11 stops announced make up the UK leg and will take place in November and December. Not only will they be […]

Jimmy Page Responds to Led Zeppelin Glastonbury Rumors

Glastonbury Festival founder Michael Eavis said earlier this year that he was “sure” Led Zeppelin would play his festival one day. Now, guitarist Jimmy Page has responded to his comments and addressed the chances of the band headlining in the coming years when talking with BBC Radio 6 Music host Shaun Keaveny. “I haven’t heard […]

Queen to Release New Album With Unheard Freddie Mercury Songs

There seems to be quite a bit of music coming from the grave these days. Queen have just announced that a new posthumous album will come out before the end of this year that features unreleased songs sung by Freddie Mercury. In an interview with BBC Radio, guitarist Brian May said that the compilation would likely […]

Slither This Way: Aerosmith and Slash Announce Summer Tour

With Motley Crue announcing their final tour (with Alice Cooper opening, no less) and Kiss and Def Leppard hitting the road together, this was already looking like a banner summer for classic rock extravaganzas. But business has once again picked up, my friends. Aerosmith has announced the ‘Let Rock Rule’ tour, which will hit North […]

REVIEW: Bon Jovi – What About Now

Artist: Bon Jovi Album: What About Now Genre: Rock Label: Island It pains me to say it, as a long-time adamant Bon Jovi fan, but What About Now is a very disappointing album. I’ve never really had reason to describe the band as predictable before but this strays quite firmly into over-familiar and repetitious territory, […]