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On Tour: Greta Van Fleet Close the Curtain on 2019

After countless shows this year, from the festival grass to the sticky floor of the pit, we closed out our concert calendar for 2019 with Greta Van Fleet . At first it might seem odd to end a decade with a band that feels transported from another time, but in a way it’s incredibly fitting. The...
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End of the Decade Anthems for Your New Year's Playlist

It’s the end of the decade as we know it, and we feel fine because we’re expecting another round of the roaring 20s. The robots haven’t completely taken over yet, and the predictions of doom and gloom that accompanied Y2K still haven’t happened. But it’s always a good idea to party like it’s your...
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Nirvana's 'Smells Like Teen Spirit' Video Hits One Billion YouTube Views

Nirvana ’s “Smells Like Teen Spirit” resonated with a generation of young people when it was first released in 1991, and the song’s rebellious theme is still pulling people in decades later. The opening track and lead single from the band’s culture-shifting album Nevermind just became the second...
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Happy Birthday, Eddie Vedder! Pearl Jam’s 12 Best Songs of the 2000s

2020 has the potential to be a big year for Pearl Jam . The band proved they’re still alive and vital with their recent announcement of their first tour dates since 2018, and band members have been teasing a new album for months. Eddie Vedder , who turns 55 on Christmas Eve, and company have only...
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New Nine Inch Nails Album and Tour Coming in 2020: Report

After being immersed in the world of Watchmen , it looks like Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross are ready to return to the music of Nine Inch Nails . In a new upcoming interview with Revolver , plans are revealed for the iconic band to return with new music and a tour for 2020, taking a break from the...
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The Black Crowes, INXS and 5 More Rock Albums That Turn 30 in 2020

1990 was a big year in rock, and it signaled different milestones for different bands across a wide variety of subgenres. Soundgarden and Alice in Chains were helping put Seattle on the map with their brand of hard rock that eventually pushed LA bands like Poison and Warrant out of style. Other...
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Red Hot Chili Peppers Reunite with Guitarist John Frusciante

The Red Hot Chili Peppers have announced a change in guitarist in a statement on Sunday, parting ways with Josh Klinghoffer and welcoming back John Frusciante . “Josh is a beautiful musician who we respect and love. We are deeply grateful for our time with him, and the countless gifts he shared...
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Green Day Performs 'Welcome to Paradise' at Game Awards

Green Day energized the 2019 Game Awards with a performance of one of their classic songs. The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame band continued their 25 th anniversary celebration of Dookie by playing “Welcome to Paradise.” The track originally appear on 1992’s Kerplunk! but was polished up and re-...
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Chester Bennington’s First Band Releasing Album With Some of His Last Vocals

Linkin Park was just a week away from the start of a North American tour when Chester Bennington died. But what some may not remember is the frontman had also been re-recording music with his first band, and now those songs are apparently going to see the light of day. Phoenix-based Grey Daze has...
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Van Halen Bassist Defends Billie Eilish for Not Knowing His Band

Van Halen bassist Wolfgang Van Halen isn’t offended that one of music’s hottest stars never heard of his band. In fact, Wolf is coming to the defense of Billie Eilish in a big way. The “controversy” that is blowing up music Twitter started when the 17-year-old “everything i wanted” singer appeared...
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