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Joe Walsh Says Eagles Shows Are Birthday Parties
For Joe Walsh, the band's entire 40th anniversary tour is one big victory lap-slash-birthday bash.
McCartney to Shut Down L.A. Traffic
Paul McCartney will shut down traffic again -- this time in Los Angeles on Monday, September 23rd.
Remembering Jimi Hendrix
It was 43 years ago today (September 18th, 1970), that Jimi Hendrix died at the age of 27, about two months shy of his 28th birthday.
Don Henley Says Eagles Put Music First
Don Henley feels that the Eagles can attribute their success to serving their music first.
Billy Joel to Publish Memoir
Billy Joel has decided to publish his scrapped autobiography, The Book Of Joel.
Fleetwood Mac to Reunite for Two Shows
Christine McVie retired from Fleetwood Mac in 1997, but will join her old bandmates for two upcoming shows.
John Lennon Tribute in NYC Tonight
John Lennon and Beatles fans are in for a treat tonight (September 12th) at New York City's City Winery for the Q&A performance presentation of An Evening Of Memories & Music With Those Who Knew & Worked With John.
New Metallica Album ‘Sidetracked’
Metallica bassist Robert Trujillo admitted in a new interview with Classic Rock that work on the band's next album has been sidetracked in recent months by touring and by preparing the feature film Metallica Through The Never for release.
Grohl Recalls Nirvana’s Minnesota Recording
Former Nirvana members Dave Grohl and Krist Novoselic were interviewed this week on National Public Radio about the upcoming 20th anniversary reissue of In Utero in a Minnesota recording studio in February.
Tony Iommi Back in Hospital
Most musicians go on vacation following a tour. Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi went back to the hospital to continue his cancer treatments.