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Charlie Daniels Suffers Stroke- Jane's Addiction Writing New Music- Red Hot Radiohead REM Group- Sabbath Masters eBay- Rush Hall of Fame and more

01/19/2010
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Music legend Charlie Daniels, whose hit "The Devil Went Down to Georgia" won him a Grammy in 1979, is recovering at home after suffering a mild stroke, his agent said on Tuesday. more

Jane's Addiction in the studio? Maybe, maybe not. stereokill.net reports According to frontman Perry Farrell, Jane's Addiction entered the studio on Monday to begin writing their fourth studio album. News of the session appeared on Farrell's official Facebook page, when a fan enquired about the possibility of new material. Farrell replied directly with the following: "We are, William. Monday we get together to write new music and craft a future." You may note that he never mentions anything about a studio, just writing music together. Read the Stereokill.net report here

EW.com are reporting that Radiohead's Thom Yorke's representatives have said he intends to perform at Coachella with the same backing band he assembled in Los Angeles last year. The collective, who features Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea, REM collaborator Joey Waronker, Brazilian multi-instrumentalist Mauro Refosco, and long-term producer Nigel Godrich, played just three shows back in October. more

MGMT will co-headline this year's Bamboozle festival with Weezer, and the event will take place at the Meadowlands Sports Complex in East Rutherford, NJ in May. more

Slash's new solo album, "Slash", will be released in Japan on March 24 via Universal Music. A special edition of the CD will include a bonus DVD featuring making-of-the-album footage and a free poster in the first pressing. more


The original master tapes from Black Sabbath's legendary third album, Master Of Reality, are up for auction on eBay. more

Rush lead the 2010 Canadian Songwriters Hall Of Fame inductees. The group, made up of Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson and Neil Peart, will join fellow inductee Robert Charlebois at the March 28 sixth annual gala more

Former Queens of the Stone Age drummer Nick Lucero is once again teaming up with his former Lowfive bandmate Greg Coates (Bangkok Five/Bird 3/ Johnnie Jones and the Suffering Halos) in their new band, Pulling Out of Amy. They have their live debut tonight at the Aqua Lounge in Beverly Hills. More details here

Metallica's concert in Lima was one of the biggest musical events ever staged in Peruvian history. More than 50,000 fans reportedly attended the show, with fans lining up and camping out at the University of San Marcos stadium since Sunday (January 17). more

Brian Eno, an established force in the business, recently raised some interesting points to support his statement that "recorded music equals whale blubber." more

From First To Last confirm that Travis Richter is no longer part of the band. Read their blog statement here

According to Billboard, Prosthetic Records has filed suit against Razor & Tie in the U.S. District Court in the Southern District of New York. more -

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