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  • Mick Jagger and Carly Simon secret collaboration discovered

    Mick Jagger and Carly Simon secret collaboration discovered

    A duet between Carly Simon and Mick Jagger has surfaced which has reportedly never been heard by the public. As Stereogum reports, the song--believed to be called “Fragile”--is a slow love ballad recorded in 1972.  On the recording--discovered by Rolling Stones collector Matt Lee--it apparently...
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    Tickets to Cleveland's InCuya Music Festival include admission to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

    You’ve heard it said that “Cleveland rocks!” and the city will be living up to that reputation big time Aug. 25-26 as the inaugural InCuya Music Festival (Tickets) takes place at The Malls in Downtown Cleveland. The festival will be headlined by veteran British band New Order and Americana darlings...
  • The Cure: Why they're your favorite band

    The Cure: Why they're your favorite band

    For 40 years, the English rock band The Cure has engaged audiences around the world with a mixture of alternative, dance, and pop sounds that keep us coming back for more. Earlier this summer, the group performed in Hyde Park for their 40th anniversary, and it was quite the show for the thousands in...
  • Listen: Marcus King Band announces ‘Carolina Confessions’ album with new singles ahead of fall tour

    Listen: Marcus King Band announces ‘Carolina Confessions’ album with new singles ahead of fall tour

    The bluesy rock guitarist and singer with the golden voice from South Carolina known as Marcus King and his band have announced the upcoming release of their third studio album, Carolina Confessions. The emerging guitarist is only 22-years-old but is starting to draw much-earned attention thanks to...
  • Killswitch Engage announce 2018 fall U.S. tour

    Killswitch Engage announce 2018 fall U.S. tour

    Earlier this year, Killswitch Engage was ready to tear it up alongside Hatebreed on the East Coast. Unfortunately, the band was forced to drop off the trek due to Jesse Leach's vocal chord surgery. The group promised to make it up to fans, and yesterday, they kept their word. Killswitch Engage will...
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    Part of the Machine: Rock & Pinball exhibit now open at Cleveland's Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

    Calling all pinball wizards! The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland has something special for you. Already overflowing with displays featuring countless instruments, stage outfits and all other sorts of rock and roll memorabilia, the hall is currently home to a special exhibit called Part of...
  • The Story So Far announce 2018 fall U.S. tour

    The Story So Far announce 2018 fall U.S. tour

    Fresh off their tour with Coheed and Cambria and Taking Back Sunday, pop-punk band The Story So Far are busy prepping for their upcoming studio album Proper Dose, which drops on Sept. 21. Weeks after its release, the group will embark on their first major headlining tour in support of their 11 track...
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Ringo Star will be the celebrity guest in the 100th episode of AXS TV's "The Big Interview."

    Ringo Starr featured in 100th episode of AXS TV's The Big Interview

    Ringo Starr will join Dan Rather for the milestone 100th episode of AXS TV's "The Big Interview." Per the network's press release, Rather will sit down with the legendary member of The Beatles on Tuesday, Oct. 2 in the first of twelve new episodes. You can see a photo of Rather and Starr from the...
  • The Contortionist announces 2018 dates for The Reimagined Tour

    The Contortionist announces 2018 dates for The Reimagined Tour

    With the release of their 2017 studio album Clairvoyant, The Contortionist continued to become one of prog metal's more exhilarating bands. While they're currently working on some new music, they're looking to celebrate the band's history with a special North American tour. Revealed today, The...
  • The Modern Electric brings their spin on 'cinematic rock' to the inaugural InCuya Music Festival at The Malls in Cleveland, Ohio. Tickets to

    Interview: The Modern Electric discuss their take on cinematic rock, the Cleveland music scene and the inaugural InCuya Festival

    Imagine blending the magic of movies and music into a single art form. The duality of both worlds invites an intriguing vision that The Modern Electric has coined as “cinematic rock.” Garrett Komyati (vocals/piano/guitar), Matthew Childers (bass/drums), Holden Laurence (guitar), and Michael O'Brien...
  • Bayside announce 2018 through 2019 acoustic tour

    Bayside announce 2018 through 2019 acoustic tour

    On Sept. 28, Bayside will unveil Acoustic Volume 2 via Hopeless Records, and they're supporting this 11 track release on a tour running through early 2019. Revealed today, Bayside's acoustic tour will kick off on Nov. 24. Unlike their 2016 acoustic tour, this one will make its way across the country...
  • Marilyn Manson recovering after collapsing during concert in Texas

    Marilyn Manson recovering after collapsing during concert in Texas

    The theatrical hard rocker known as Marilyn Manson is recovering after collapsing on stage during a performance in Houston over the weekend, Billboard reports. Manson, 49, apparently became ill only five songs into his set at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion on Saturday, ending the show shortly...
  • Watch: St. Vincent tears through favorite Nirvana, Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix riffs

    Watch: St. Vincent tears through favorite Nirvana, Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix riffs

    Who doesn’t love a great guitar riff? Remember those, what musicians used to do with a guitar and their hands? It almost seems like ancient history now, but there was a time before Ableton when the core power and potential success of a pop song relied almost entirely on the strength of the guitar...
  • Wavves & Beach Fossils announce co-headlining fall 2018 tour

    Wavves & Beach Fossils announce co-headlining fall 2018 tour

    East and west coasts unite in the name of rock this fall, as Brooklyn band Beach Fossils are teaming up with California's Wavves for a co-headlining North American tour scheduled to begin on Oct. 24 in Washington, DC. The “I Love You” Tour will run for 14 shows in 10 cities before coming to an end...
  • Cloud Nothings announce fall 2018 tour dates

    Cloud Nothings announce fall 2018 tour dates

    When a band announces new music, a tour is never far behind, and that's certainly the case for Cleveland band Cloud Nothings--they recently announced they'll be hitting the road this fall. The band is going on tour in support of upcoming album Last Building Burning, kicking things off near the end...
  • New Order: Why they're your favorite band

    New Order: Why they're your favorite band

    More than 38 years ago, the English rock band Joy Division lost its lead singer to suicide. Most musical groups might have folded at that point, but out of the ashes of that tragedy, New Order was born, and the music industry has been all the better for it. Today, after two studio albums as Joy...
  • Against the Current announce 'Past Lives,' drop video for 'Almost Forgot'

    Against the Current announce 'Past Lives,' drop video for 'Almost Forgot'

    Months after dropping two new songs, Against the Current have finally announced the release of their brand new album. On Friday (Aug. 17), the New York-founded trio confirmed the title and release date for their upcoming sophomore record. Titled Past Lives, the new record is due out Sept. 28 through...
  • Depeche Mode: Why they're your favorite band

    Depeche Mode: Why they're your favorite band

    It is incredible to believe that Depeche Mode, everyone's favorite English electronic band, formed in 1980, still sounds fresh today. The band's three core members of the group have been there from the start, and last year, Depeche Mode released its 14th studio album, Spirit. Vocalist Dave Gahan...
  • ShipRocked 2019 lineup announced: Papa Roach, Bullet For My Valentine, Sevendust, and more

    ShipRocked 2019 lineup announced: Papa Roach, Bullet For My Valentine, Sevendust, and more

      Get ready to hit the high seas - ShipRocked 2019 has released its lineup today (Aug. 17), as the floating rock fest expands to five nights in celebration of its 10th anniversary. Papa Roach will top the 2019 bill, joined by Bullet For My Valentine, Suicidal Tendencies, Sevendust, Motionless In...
  • Say Anything frontman announces band's retirement

    Say Anything frontman announces band's retirement

    Say Anything frontman Max Bemis has announced the retirement of the band in a message to fans that spans nine pages. Posted online early Aug. 16, Bemis discussed the future of the band and what may or may not happen but made clear that he is ceasing being a touring musician as his profession. This...
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