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Flashback – Who Release “It’s Hard”
It was on this date in 1982 that the Who released the album "It's Hard". It must be, because it was their final album for nearly a quarter century.
Bon Jovi’s Son Playing Football at Notre Dame
No one can say that football isn't in the Bon Jovi blood.
Elton & Stewart Team Up at Icons Event
Elton John and Rod Stewart teamed up onstage last night (September 2nd) in London, according to Vintage Vinyl News.
Anniversary of Lennon’s Only Solo Show
It was 41 years ago today (August 30th, 1972) that John Lennon and Yoko Ono performed their only publicly announced, full-length concerts at New York City's Madison Square Garden.
Why Sabbath Passed on Ginger Baker
Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi has revealed in a new interview why the band did not enlist former Cream drummer Ginger Baker to play on the new Sabbath album, 13.
Flashback: Beatles Final Tour
It was 47 years ago tonight (August 29th, 1966), that the Beatles performed their last official concert in San Francisco at Candlestick Park.
Who Releasing Deluxe ‘Tommy’
The Who is once again going the "Super Deluxe" route with the band's 1969 double disc concept album, Tommy.
‘New’ Paul McCartney Song
Just after midnight this morning (August 29th) Paul McCartney released his latest single, called "New".
1969 John Lennon Interview at Auction
A candid John Lennon interview discussing the state of the Beatles taped in late-1969 is set for auction next month.
Alice in Chains Rock Hall Bound?
Alice In Chains guitarist Jerry Cantrell was asked recently in an interview with Radio.com about the chances of his band getting inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Alice In Chains' debut album, Facelift, came out in 1990, which would make the group eligible in 2015.