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An Abandoned Eagles Side Project Led to ‘Love Will Keep Us Alive’
After more than a decade apart, Eagles regrouped.
R.E.M.’s 1981 ‘Cassette Set’ Demo Reissued for the First Time
Band will also reissue a 7" version of original debut single, “Radio Free Europe."
Black Crowes Announce Rescheduled 2021 North American Tour
More than a year after the shows' postponement, the band is finally reuniting and hitting the road again.
The Song Elton John Can’t Wait to Stop Playing
"I have to say, when the last show is done at the end of the tour, I will never, ever sing that song again.”
14 Rock Stars Who Haven’t Released an Album in 10 Years
It's been at least a decade for all of them, and the future is uncertain for many.
How Tom Petty’s Security Guard Inspired ‘Nightwatchman’
Songwriter took direct inspiration from the man charged with guarding his life.
How Eagles Wrote ‘Tequila Sunrise’ in a Week
"That's one song I don't get tired of," Don Henley said of the 'Desperado' single.
Kiss Announce Two-Night A&E ‘Biography: Kisstory’ Documentary
Guitarist and singer Paul Stanley says he's "very proud" of upcoming film.
How a Rare Mistake Led to Eddie Murphy’s Big ‘SNL’ Break
The 19-year-old's sharp improv skills landed him a regular gig on the show.
Drummer Don Heffington Dead at 70
He played with Bob Dylan, Jackson Browne, Lone Justice and more.
B.J. Thomas Diagnosed With Stage Four Lung Cancer
The "Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head" singer is receiving treatment in his home state of Texas.
Only One New Classic Rock Album Cracked the Top 200 Last Year
Just a single rock artist with fresh material made the year-end list.