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Music Legend Aretha Franklin Dead At 76- Disturbed Release New Video And Announce 'Adventurous' Album- Another AC/DC Sighting At Recording Studio- more

Journey's Steve Perry Surprise Releases New Video No Erasin'- The Kinks Stream Unreleased Song From 1968- Def Leppard and Journey Tour Already Tops $50 Million- more

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Get To Know... Jennie Johnson
Soulful pop singer/songwriter Jennie Johnson's new EP is called Note to Self, but the songs within actually have a lot to say to and about humanity at large.

Jay Z and Beyonce 'On the Run II' Concert Review
The lights dimmed at 9:13pm inside Soldier Field and on the massive screen, encompassing the entire end of the field, a series of words appeared one-by-one

Allman Goldflies Band - Second Chance
This band is named after singer and keys man Gary Allman and bassist David Goldflies. The latest entry from the extended Allman Brothers family

Alone With Chrissie Hynde DVD
This up close and personal look weaves in live material along with day-to-day of the Pretenders leader in her life offstage.

Lollapalooza 2018 Day Four Report
Over the course of the last decade, Lollapalooza has evolved from a alternative rock presence to one that has a little bit of everything for everyone

Road Trip: Temecula: Southern California's Wine (and Music) Country, Part 2
Our second stop finds us at Wiens Family Cellars where, between sips of wine, we learned about the owner's substantial background in the music business.

Lollapalooza 2018 Day Three Report
Lollapalooza's third day, Saturday August 4th, had the greatest competition for the headline slot with Vampire Weekend, The Weekend and Zedd

Live from Celebrity Theatre: Ted Nugent
As a recording of the Rolling Stones' "Street Fighting Man" gave way to a live cyclone of guitar riffs, Ted Nugent strolled on stage at the Celebrity Theatre in Phoenix Aug. 8.

Lollapalooza 2018 Day Two Report
The fans came out and by 2:30 the park was near capacity while an eclectic set of musicians serenaded 100,000 fans for ten hours. EDM, rock n' roll, hip-hop and pop ruled Friday.

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Music Legend Aretha Franklin Dead At 76

Disturbed Release New Video And Announce 'Adventurous' Album

Another AC/DC Sighting At Recording Studio

Bad Wolves First Rock Band To Go Platinum With 2018 Release

Huntress Frontwoman Jill Janus Takes Her Own Life

Reworked The Clash Classic Streaming To Preview Joe Strummer Compilation

Coheed And Cambria Streaming New Song 'The Gutter' Video

DevilDriver's Early Albums Remastered For Reissue

New Prog Supergroup In Continuum Reveal Debut Album Details

Singled Out: Happy's I Call Shotgun

Journey's Steve Perry Surprise Releases New Video No Erasin'

The Kinks Stream Unreleased Song From 1968

Def Leppard and Journey Tour Already Tops $50 Million

Greta Van Fleet release 'When The Curtain Falls' video

Aerosmith Announce Deuces Are Wild Las Vegas Residency

Mastodon Plotting Next Studio Album

Tarja Turunen Releases 'Die Alive' Performance Video

Warbringer Announce Limited Edition Release

Lullwater Release Video For Cover Of Pearl Jam Classic

Nonpoint Release 'Chaos and Earthquakes' Video

Singled Out: Bourgeois Mystics' Jaan Pehechan Ho

Journey's Steve Perry New Album Details Revealed

Lindsey Buckingham Announces Post Fleetwood Mac Tour

Megalife: The Autobiography Of Nick Menza Set For Release

Aerosmith To Rock Late Night TV

Thrice Streaming New Song 'Only Us'

John Lennon Imagine Film Expanded and Restored For Movie Theater Release

Black Sabbath's Bill Ward Releases Video Promo For Special Event

Whitechapel Announce This Is Exile Anniversary Tour

Anathema Announce Internal Landscapes Release

We're Still Here: Johnny Cash's Bitter Tears Revisited DVD Announced

Singled Out: Grex's Martha

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Lollapalooza 2018 - Day One Report
I can't quit Lollapalooza even if I wanted to try. With the addition of a fourth day to the festival in 2016, the festival has turned into an endurance test for those who secure weekend passes.

Panic! at the Disco: Sinful Salvation Live In Chicago
Panic! at the Disco rode into Chicago's United Center for a storming show high on musical ecstasy.

Get To Know... Fishtank
Led by singer Talitha Giusti, Fishtank is a British alt rock band and their recently-released Why Am I Swimming Around Like This? is a very impressive debut

Road Trip: Detroit Offers Last Chance To See Star Wars and the Power of Costume
It's been all over the universe (well, Seattle and Denver and other earthly places, at least) and now the traveling exhibit "Star Wars" and the Power of Costume

Quick Flicks: The Beatles - Yellow Submarine
The yellow submarine has been floating around Pepperland for half a century now so it's understandable that she recently went into dry dock for a bit of fixing up.

Good Field - Surface Tension
Good Field comes with great credentials, as Jim Eno (of Spoon) and James Petralli (of White Denim) helped produce Surface Tension.

Festival d'ete de Quebec 2018 Part 2: Fans Treated to Free Concerts
The biggest stars play on the main stage. But there are two stages where the music is always free!

Festival d'ete de Quebec 2018 Part 1: Stars Come Out To Play
More than 250 shows took place on multiple stages throughout historic old Quebec where ancient walls and ramparts of the once completely fortified city still stand

On The Record: Craft Recordings: Buddy Guy- Tom Fogerty And More
Here we listen to two vintage solo albums from former members of Creedence Clearwater Revival and two blues classics that have hit the half century mark

Singled Out: The Guess Who's Playin On The Radio
The Guess Who are gearing up to make a big announcement later today and to celebrate we asked Derek Sharp to tell us about the song 'Playin On The Radio'.

Ali McManus - Unbreakable
OK, let's get the obvious out of the way. Ali McManus is a 20 year old singer-songwriter that has experienced a pile of health problems in her short life

Road Trip: Temecula: Southern California's Wine (and Music) Country, Part 1
Wine and music have long gone hand in hand; the right combination of the two can be the perfect mood enhancer whether excitement, relaxation or something in between is the goal

Kicklighter - Paper Planes, Vol. 1
There is much to love about Kicklighter, which is the name Everett Young has given his project.

The Blues: Ladies Special Edition Summer
Kevin Wierzbicki checks in with his look at four rockin' new releases from some the leading ladies of the blues.

On The Record: Twilight 22 and Lunden Reign
Our focus on newly-released vinyl listens to brand new music from Lunden Reign and a reissue from Twilight 22.

Ray Davies - Our Country: Americana Act II (5 Stars)
Kinks frontman and solo artist Davies has lately turned his attention to the Colonies and is writing about American life.


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