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  • Chicago reveal fall dates following summer tour with Doobie Brothers

    Chicago reveal fall dates following summer tour with Doobie Brothers

    Legendary classic rock band Chicago will be heading out on an expansive world tour next month. The “Beginnings” hitmakers will kick off their next tour on May 12 in Wisconsin before moving on to venues in Minneapolis, Akron, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Phoenix Dallas, Denver, Atlanta, Charlotte, Chicago...
  • Incendiary & CFO$ release Aleister Black's entrance theme 'Root of All Evil'

    Incendiary & CFO$ release Aleister Black's entrance theme 'Root of All Evil'

    If you're a wrestling fan, you probably saw the NXT TakeOver: Orlando PPV on Saturday night. Held inside the sold out Amway Center, the card featured the debut of Aleister Black, who is best known in the indy circuit as Tommy End. When he arrived to the ring to face Andrade Almas, fans were greeted...
  • Denver's own Birch Street to rock hometown show at the Gothic Theatre

    Denver's own Birch Street to rock hometown show at the Gothic Theatre

    After selling out the Bluebird Theater, Denver, Colorado’s own Birch Street will rock another hometown audience, this time at the Gothic Theatre. The show will take place Friday, June 30. The country-rock quintet has gone from playing local showcases to selling out venues like the Bluebird in just a...
  • Green Day took its post-show bows on Wednesday night in Broomfield, CO, and the concert simply reinforced everything we love about Green Day

    Green Day: Why they're your favorite band

    Rock and Roll Hame of Fame band Green Day rocked the Denver suburb of Broomfield, CO, on Wednesday night as they continue the current North American leg of their tour in support of the Revolution Radio album released last fall. The band will perform in Las Vegas on Friday night and in San Diego on...
  • Paul O'Neill, the mastermind behind hit holiday rock group, Trans-Siberian Orchestra, has passed away at 61. 

    Trans-Siberian Orchestra founder passes away after private battle with illness

    Paul O’Neill, the veteran rock promoter, management executive and founder of the hit hard rock holiday band, Trans-Siberian Orchestra, has passed away after “a private battle with a chronic illness,” TMZ reports. “The entire Trans-Siberian Orchestra family, past and present, is heartbroken to share...
  • Review: Dreamcar shifts into high gear for first show at Santa Ana's Constellation Room

    Review: Dreamcar shifts into high gear for first show at Santa Ana's Constellation Room

    Supergroup Dreamcar made its live debut at the Constellation Room in Santa Ana, Calif. on April 5. The band members of No Doubt along with AFI's lead singer shifted their new music project into high gear for the intimate crowd. Dreamcar is made up of No Doubt's Tony Kanal, Tom Dumont and Adrian...
  • Nice to have a friend: Looking back at David Crosby's fascinating solo career and his many musical links

    Nice to have a friend: Looking back at David Crosby's fascinating solo career and his many musical links

    David Crosby is currently on tour, bringing fans a series of shows titled “An Evening With David Crosby & Friends,” a fitting title. As a member of folk rock supergroup Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young and a pivotal figure in rock in general, Crosby has crossed paths with some of rock’s most...
  • Denver 420 playlist

    Denver 420 playlist

    Once again, Denver, Colorado is set to see a number of high-profile performances for the annual 420 celebrations in the pot-friendly state. From great hip-hop collaborations like Method Man & Redman and Snoop Dogg & Wiz Khalifa to electronic and rock acts like Break Science and of Montreal...
  • Dave Grohl's mother, Virginia Grohl, will be releasing a book titled From Cradle to Stage, featuring the stories of moms around the world of

    Dave Grohl’s mother set to release book about her fellow rock moms

    Never overlook the compassion and sacrifice of a mother towards her young, especially in the wild world of rock and roll. Virginia Hanlon Grohl, the mother of Nirvana and Foo Fighters' member, Dave Grohl, will be documenting her stories as the mom of one of the wildest rockstars on the planet, and...
  • Simple Plan announce second leg of 'No Pads, No Helmets...Just Balls' anniversary tour

    Simple Plan announce second leg of 'No Pads, No Helmets...Just Balls' anniversary tour

    Canadian pop punk outfit Simple Plan have been selling out shows on their current trek celebrating the 15 year anniversary of their debut album No Pads, No Helmets...Just Balls. For those people living in specific areas, the current leg of the tour passed them by. There's no need to get upset; on...
  • The Robert Cray Band to bring the blues back to Texas

    The Robert Cray Band to bring the blues back to Texas

    Grammy-award winning bluesman Robert Cray and his band will be making a stop in the blues bastion of Austin, Texas this fall. The guitar-slinger will be coming to Austin’s Paramount Theatre on Thursday, Oct. 19.The band will also roll through Dallas for a show at the Majestic Theatre the following...
  • Watch: Conor Oberst shares adventurous new video for 'Barbary Coast (Later)'

    Watch: Conor Oberst shares adventurous new video for 'Barbary Coast (Later)'

    Singer-songwriter Conor Oberst has shared a new video for the track “Barbary Coast (Later).” The song appears on both Oberst’s latest album, Salutations, and it’s companion piece, Ruminations. Salutations contains a number of the same songs as Ruminations, but with full-band arrangements in contrast...
  • Poptone (Bauhaus, Love and Rockets) extend North American tour

    Poptone (Bauhaus, Love and Rockets) extend North American tour

    While the name Poptone might not be familiar to you, two of its members might ring a bell. Guitarist Daniel Ash and drummer Kevin Haskins spent years together touring the world in the post-punk band Tones On Tail, alternative rock group Love and Rockets, and the iconic goth rock outfit Bauhaus...
  • Mutoid Man announce new album 'War Moans,' reveal summer tour

    Mutoid Man announce new album 'War Moans,' reveal summer tour

    Metal outfit Mutoid Man, which features Cave In guitarist Steve Brodsky and Converge drummer Ben Koller, have been in the studio working on the follow-up to their critically acclaimed debut album Bleeder, and today, they finally unveiled information on some new music. On June 2, the band will...
  • Blues Traveler returning to Red Rocks for annual 4th of July show with special guests

    Blues Traveler returning to Red Rocks for annual 4th of July show with special guests

    Blues Traveler will once again return to Red Rocks in 2017 for what has become a Colorado 4th of July tradition. And if you grew up in the 90s you’re in for a bit of nostalgia. Joining John Popper and company are Rusted Root, Spin Doctors and The Samples. The show will take place Tuesday, July 4. A...
  • Pop rock icons Duran Duran are bringing their Paper Gods world tour to Wilmington, NC, on Fri., April 7, 2017, as part of the N.C. Azalea Fe

    Duran Duran bringing world tour to Wilmington’s Azalea Festival

    One of N.C.'s oldest annual celebrations, complete with a coronated queen, celebrities, Azalea Belles and a renowned 'who’s who' Garden Party can be a tough act to follow. That’s where pop phenoms Duran Duran come in. The multi-platinum band’s Friday (4/7) show in Wilmington is among the top...
  • Watch: Joe Russo's Almost Dead welcome Dead & Company bassist Oteil Burbridge

    Watch: Joe Russo's Almost Dead welcome Dead & Company bassist Oteil Burbridge

    Fittingly, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead played a show at the Fools Paradise festival on the eve of April Fool’s Day in St. Augustine, Fla., and the Grateful Dead tribute had a few tricks up their sleeve. The band had Dead & Company keyboard player, Jeff Chimenti, filling in for regular keyboardist...
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    Photos: King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard stir up some madness at Webster Hall

    The floorboards of Webster Hall nearly felt like they were about to give way as the sold out crowd in the New York City venue jumped and danced in sync with the rhythmic hurricane stirred up by Aussie rock band King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard. The scene upstairs on the venue's balcony was even...
  • The best NYC concerts for April 2017

    The best NYC concerts for April 2017

    April showers bring May flowers, but the month also brings some stellar performances to the Big Apple. A beloved NYC metal outfit celebrates the release of their new album, a New Jersey outfit make their long-awaited return to the city, and a Platinum-selling rapper makes his big return to the city...
  • The best 420 shows in Denver

    The best 420 shows in Denver

    Naturally, April 20—the de facto pot holiday—is a big deal in Colorado. The state has long been at the forefront of the marijuana movement and the celebrations in Colorado have gotten bigger each year. In years past High Times has held their Cannabis Cup in Denver and there are always a number of...
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