classic rock

Neil Young is Officially an American Citizen

More than five decades after he first came to the United States, Neil Young is an American citizen The “Rockin’ in the Free World” singer traveled to the convention center in downtown Los Angeles Wednesday to make it official. Following the ceremony, video shows Young and wife Daryl Hannah riding...
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Slash on New Guns N' Roses Music: 'We’re Not Really Sure What We’re Doing With It'

Talk of new Guns N’ Roses music has been simmering for at least a year, but there hasn’t been any concrete information about a potential new album - perhaps because the band itself isn’t sure about what’s next. The latest update comes from Slash in a new interview with Guitar.com . The good news is...
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Roger Waters Announces Massive Summer Tour

Roger Waters still has a lot to say with his music and his imagery, and he will be putting it all on full blast again this summer. The Pink Floyd co-founder has announced a massive North American summer arena tour titled Roger Waters: This Is Not a Drill .” It kicks off July 8th in Pittsburgh and...
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Joey Kramer Loses Battle to Rejoin Aerosmith, Blocked From GRAMMY Rehearsal

Aerosmith drummer Joey Kramer has lost his battle to join his longtime bandmates on-stage at GRAMMY events this weekend. A Massachusetts judge ruled the rest of the band was not required to allow him to perform with them at the MusiCares Person of the Year gala on Friday or at the GRAMMY Awards...
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Baby Sings AC/DC's 'Thunderstruck' Like You've Never Heard Before

Rock ‘n’ roll dad’s make rock ‘n’ roll babies and then show them off to the world. Matt MacMillan has racked up 246,000 YouTube videos so far after setting his son’s various grunts, groans and laughs to the tune of a hard rock anthem. “I recorded my son making baby noises, figured out the notes he...
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Joey Kramer Fighting to Get Back in Aerosmith Before GRAMMY Performance

Aerosmith has remained largely intact for the majority of their decades-long career, but drummer Joey Kramer could be absent when the band performs at two high profile GRAMMY events this weekend. The drummer has filed a lawsuit against his longtime bandmates that alleges they unfairly excluded him...
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Queen Becomes the First Band Ever on a British Coin

The Beatles don’t have one. Neither do Led Zeppelin , Pink Floyd or the Rolling Stones . But Queen does. They’ve just become the first band in history to be commemorated on a British coin. “Four friends who rewrote the rules of rock,” reads the statement from the Royal Mint. “The first coin in our...
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Ozzy Osbourne Confirms Parkinson's Disease: 'I'm No Good With Secrets'

On the cusp of a couple big months for Ozzy Osbourne , the singer has revealed details about his health, including a diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease. After several setbacks last year and cancelled tour dates, the Prince of Darkness admits it was one of his worst spans of his life, but he has a lot...
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Bret Michaels to Undergo Skin Cancer Surgery

Bret Michaels is dealing with a health scare. The Poison frontman has announced that he will undergo surgery for skin cancer. The 56-year-old says the issue was detected after a recent biopsy, but it sounds like he has every intention of being ready for this summer’s big stadium tour with Mötley...
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KISS Played a Concert for Sharks, Sharks Didn't Show

KISS may have had to cancel their tour of New Zealand and Australia while Paul Stanley battles the flu, but the other band members still went Down Under to play one of their most unique gigs ever. Gene Simmons , Tommy Thayer and Eric Singer hopped aboard a boat for a concert billed as KISS playing...
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