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Steven Tyler Not Fired from Aerosmith- Sublime Settle Name Dispute- Pete Wentz Jokes About 'Breakup'- Oasis To Change Name- Jack White- Converge- Deftones and more

02/08/2010
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Joe Perry has exclusively told Classic Rock that Steven Tyler will remain a member of Aerosmith, even though another singer is being brought in. The guitarist now says of the situation: "Steven hasn't quit the band, nor have we sacked him. We're taking the attitude that he's going on a vacation from Aerosmith. While he's away working on other projects, the rest of us want to carry on playing live. So we will be bring another singer to make this happen." more

Sublime have settled a lawsuit with the family of their late singer Bradley Nowell over the use of the band's name. As a compromise, the band will be touring under the name Sublime With Rome more

Pete Wentz says talk of Fall Out Boy's demise has been blown out of proportion but he isn't sure when the rock band will performing together again. Wentz said he has e-mailed Stump and the two are still cool with each other. "We just wanted to talk about how blown out of proportion it's gotten. It's to the point where we're gonna make 'I Quit Fall Out Boy' T-shirts, just goofing around about it," he said. "We don't want any animosity about it at all." more

Them Crooked Vultures has been confirmed for an appearance at this year's Rock Am Ring/Rock Am Park festivals June 4th-6th 2010 more

Jack White played a surprise show Thursday night (February 4) at his new Third Man music venue in Nashville. The show was in support of Dex Romweber Duo - whose new material he recently produced. more

Speaking of Jack White: White is set to give another country music icon a cool career boost - he's in talks to produce Dolly Parton's next record. The rocker, who previously produced Loretta Lynn's acclaimed 2004 album "Van Lear Rose", has reportedly approached Parton with a view to working with the "I Will Always Love You" hitmaker on her next release. more

Oasis rocker Liam Gallagher has confirmed he has ditched the band's name, following the departure of his brother Noel Gallagher. The younger Gallagher brother is now assembling his remaining bandmates to begin work on a new album, and he's promising fans a new name too. more

For their seventh album, "This Addiction" (due February 23), the members of Alkaline Trio decided to make big changes, starting with the way their music was released. The alt-punk group departed Epic Records in May to form its own imprint, Heart & Skull, in a joint venture with Epitaph Records. more

The initial schedule has been announced for Converge's "Axe To Fall" 2010 U.S. tour. The trek will also feature Coalesce, Harvey Milk, Gaza, Lewd Acts, and Black Breath on select dates. An additional band will be announced in the near future. announced dates

In a recent interview with Spin, Chino Moreno has revealed details on the forthcoming sixth album from the Deftones, as well as the existence of a new band entitled The Holy Ghost, featuring Shaun Lopez of Far more

Guitarist Joe Satriani will be a guest on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon tonight more

Contrary to rumors floating around on the interwebs, Radiohead have not finished recording a new album. more

Sleep has announced that they will be reforming to perform some shows in the United States later this year. These shows will happen around September time with the only confirmed show taking place on September 3rd in Monticello, New York. more -

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