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  • Guns N’ Roses to bring Not In This Lifetime Tour to Rogers Centre

    Guns N’ Roses to bring Not In This Lifetime Tour to Rogers Centre

    Guns N’ Roses will bring their Not In This Lifetime Tour to Rogers Centre in downtown Toronto on Saturday, July 16. The performance will also feature opening act Billy Talent. The long-rumored Guns N’ Roses reunion tour features three original members: lead vocalist Axl Rose, guitarist Slash, and...
  • Mick Jagger to become father again; his eighth child is due in 2017

    Mick Jagger to become father again; his eighth child is due in 2017

    Rolling Stones lead singer Mick Jagger (who turns 73 on July 26, 2016) is having a child with American ballerina Melanie Hamrick, 26, whom he has been dating since 2014. The baby will be Jagger's eighth child and Hamrick's first. The Sun first reported the news on July 14, and Billboard confirmed it...
  • Interview: Marianas Trench's Mike Ayley talks SPF 80s tour

    Interview: Marianas Trench's Mike Ayley talks SPF 80s tour

    Canadian pop rockers Marianas Trench have been heating up the charts in their home country with singles such as "Say Anything," "Haven't Had Enough," and "Celebrity Status," and they've been wowing fans in the United States with tours alongside Simple Plan, The Ready Set, and The Downtown Fiction...
  • Kevin Staunton

    In photos: Twenty One Pilots and Mutemath at Red Rocks

    Few bands have seen more success over the past five years than Columbus, Ohio’s Twenty One Pilots. The duo of singer and multi-instrumentalist Tyler Joseph and drummer Josh Dun have built a massive following out of a sound that touches on a wide variety of styles while anchored in raw, emotional...
  • Matt Farley

    Photos: Ryan Adams returns to Red Rocks

    The Ryan Adams faithful gathered at Red Rocks on Tuesday (June 20). A cloud billowed to the left of Creation Rock; every now and again lightning flashed and a few drops of rain sprinkled, refreshing after the 95-degree day. While there were no pinball machines or classic video games, stacks of...
  • ZOSO (The Ultimate Led Zeppelin Experience) announce 2018 dates at Denver’s Bluebird Theater

    ZOSO (The Ultimate Led Zeppelin Experience) announce 2018 dates at Denver’s Bluebird Theater

    Classic rock fans (more specifically Led Zeppelin fans) have probably heard of ZOSO by now. The tribute band, known for bringing the spirit of 1970s arena rock to stages across the country, will be returning to Denver early next year for a pair of shows at the Bluebird Theater. The self-proclaimed...
  • St. Vincent announces Fear the Future fall tour

    St. Vincent announces Fear the Future fall tour

    Annie Clark, otherwise known as St. Vincent, is afraid of the future. Her fans, however, are looking forward to it. On June 21, St. Vincent announced her Fear the Future fall tour via a goofy video, which you can watch above. After a series of international dates, St. Vincent returns to the States...
  • Guns N’ Roses to play intimate New York City show at Apollo Theater

    Guns N’ Roses to play intimate New York City show at Apollo Theater

    Guns N’ Roses continue to reclaim the rock and roll throne with their hugely successful Not In This Lifetime tour, which is currently Europe and will keep Axl, Slash, Duff and company on the road until late November. To celebrate their conquest of Europe and return to the U.S. next month, the band...
  • Touche Amore announce fall headlining tour

    Touche Amore announce fall headlining tour

    For the past three years, Los Angeles post hardcore outfit Touche Amore haven't had a legitimate headlining tour in North America. Yesterday, the band changed that with a 25 date trip across the country. If you missed out on their recent trek supporting Thursday or simply want to catch them in...
  • Marduk announce summer North American tour

    Marduk announce summer North American tour

    When it comes to touring in North America, Marduk haven't had a great 12 months so far. Last fall, the black metal outfit delayed their trek by a few dates only to postpone the entire thing due to visa issues, which left the other touring bands to go on without them. When they finally came back here...
  • Review: The Birthday Massacre light up a damp NYC

    Review: The Birthday Massacre light up a damp NYC

    Around this time last year, Canadian synth-pop group The Birthday Massacre started working on their new studio album Under Your Spell. After some help from their fans via their successful Pledgemusic campaign, the 11-track album, which debuted at number two on the Heatseekers Albums chart, finally...
  • Radiohead's Thom Yorke and Jonny Greenwood set for Italian earthquake benefit show

    Radiohead's Thom Yorke and Jonny Greenwood set for Italian earthquake benefit show

    Last summer, fall and into 2017, a series of earthquakes devastated Central Italy. To help with the restoration efforts, a benefit concert has been announced for Aug. 20, almost a year to the day from when the first and most deadly earthquake struck, at the picturesque Sferisterio di Macerata open...
  • The Flaming Lips and Mac DeMarco coming to the Santa Barbara Bowl on Oct. 6

    The Flaming Lips and Mac DeMarco coming to the Santa Barbara Bowl on Oct. 6

    Two generations of alt rock favorites will be coming to the Santa Barbara Bowl in October, as The Flaming Lips and Mac DeMarco have announced a co-headlining show at the iconic venue on Oct. 6. Pre sale for the concert begins on June 22, with general on sale kicking off the following day, Fri., June...
  • Chris, Toni and baby Chris in 2009

    Chris Cornell's daughter writes touching Father's Day letter to her dad

    The tragic passing of Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell earlier this year sent shockwaves through the music community and beyond. When our musical idols pass away, we feel it deeply even though we may have never met them. But because of what musicians do, which is connect with us on a deeply...
  • Haim debut new song 'Night So Long' at Los Angeles pop-up

    Haim debut new song 'Night So Long' at Los Angeles pop-up

    On Sunday (June 18), sister pop rockers Haim invited 100 or so lucky fans to a Los Angeles pop-up show where they live-debuted the brand new number "Night So Long." Singer Danielle Haim told Rolling Stone that the trio wrote the song while on tour, which, as any musician will tell you, is filled...
  • Pink Floyd 'The Dark Side of the Moon' gold record up for auction

    Pink Floyd 'The Dark Side of the Moon' gold record up for auction

    Pink Floyd fans with deep pockets will have an opportunity to own an important piece of the band's history. A framed gold vinyl album complete with commemorative plaque and album artwork, awarded to Pink Floyd bandmembers by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) for achieving platinum...
  • Watch The Crystal Method gear up for a tour with Tool, chat about new music in his studio

    Watch The Crystal Method gear up for a tour with Tool, chat about new music in his studio

    The Crystal Method is one of those electronic acts that experiment with different genres, instruments and techniques, to create a sound that is completely unique. Scott Kirkland has been creating music under the moniker since the early '90s, and is about to kick off another new tour and this time...
  • Interview: Mountain drummer Corky Laing talks Keith Moon

    Interview: Mountain drummer Corky Laing talks Keith Moon

    One of the most iconic songs that’s heard regularly on classic rock radio is “Mississippi Queen,” the 1970 hit by Mountain. Many fans recognize “Mississippi Queen” instantly upon hearing the intro where Mountain drummer Corky Laing taps out a rhythm on cowbell, counting the band in to a song that...
  • Tigers Jaw, one of Scranton's hottest young rock bands on NPR Music

    Tigers Jaw, one of Scranton's hottest young rock bands on NPR Music

    If you haven’t heard of Pennsylvania indie rockers Tigers Jaw, now’s a good time to get to know them. One of Scranton’s hottest young rock bands—fresh, honest, and self-aware.  The duo, comprised of Ben Walsh and Brianna Collins, have been barnstorming across the U.S. on a headline tour with special...
  • Dave Bristol

    Nearly Dan rocks famed Jazz Alley as history-making headliners

    After performing several weeknight gigs and Sundays, Seattle’s 12-piece Nearly Dan band makes history, scoring its first headline gig at famed Dimitriou’s Jazz Alley for five shows July 7-9. Nearly Dan’s reportedly the first local band to play a three-night slot on the weekend, primetime for only...
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