classic rock

The Who, Aerosmith Cancel Shows After Singers Lose Voices

Sometimes it seems like bands like The Who and Aerosmith will go on forever, but both rock and roll hall of famers were reminded this week that they’re not invincible. On Wednesday, The Who had to cut their show in Houston short because singer Roger Daltrey was losing his voice. The band had been...
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Jimmy Page Calls Led Zeppelin the Best Band of All Time

Led Zeppelin has already enshrined their spot in the pantheon of rock legends. Are they the Zeus of Rock & Roll? Debatable. However, Jimmy Page certainly thinks they are at the top in the rock universe. In an interview with Uncut , Page isn't candid when it comes to assessing his former band. "...
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Robert Plant Gives Brian Johnson a 'Led Zeppelin III' Tour in Wales

Led Zeppelin kicked off their third studio album with the soaring, intense “Immigrant Song,” but by the time Led Zeppelin III came to an end they had unplugged. In a preview from Brian Johnson’s A Life on the Road: Robert Plant , Plant takes the AC/DC singer on a tour through the area that helped...
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U2 to Finish 2019 'The Joshua Tree' Tour With First Trip to India

U2 has announced one final show for 2019, and it’s in a place they’ve never played before. The Irish icons have performed rare concerts in countries like Greece, Israel and Russia, but they’ve never made it to India, until now. U2 will end their 2019 The Joshua Tree tour in Mumbai. The country of 1...
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Ozzy Osbourne Says New Album Helped Save His Life: 'I've Missed Music So Badly'

It’s been a long road to recovery for Ozzy Osbourne , and music is helping push him along. The 70-year-old has finished recording his 12th solo album, which would be his first since 2010’s Scream . The new LP contains nine tracks, one of which is called “Ordinary Man,” and it took just a month to...
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Remembering Ric Ocasek: 5 Favorite Videos from The Cars

Ric Ocasek passed away this weekend at the age of 75. The frontman for The Cars , which was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame last year, leaves behind decades of music, both as an artist and a producer. Starting with their debut album in 1978 packed with hits and timeless classics, The...
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Weezer, The Killers, and More Honor Ric Ocasek

Ric Ocasek died Sunday at the age of 75, immediately setting off a flood of tributes from fans and artists impacted by the frontman from The Cars . Not only was Ocasek the leader of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame group, but he also became a prolific producer, working with artists like No Doubt ,...
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The Who Announce New Album Title, Release Date; Share First Single

The Who have made all the talk about a new album official. It will be called, simply, WHO , and it will be released on November 22. Along the the announcement, Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend are sharing the lead single from their first studio album in 13 years. “Ball and Chain” is a politically-...
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Eddie Money Dies at the Age of 70

Eddie Money , the singer-songwriter who liked to pick up a saxophone from time to time, has died at the age of 70, according to Variety . “The Money Family regrets to announce that Eddie passed away peacefully early this morning,” a statement reads. “It is with heavy hearts that we say goodbye to...
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The Rolling Stones Unveil Impressive 'Let it Bleed' Deluxe Reissue

The classic Stones album that delivered “Gimme Shelter” and “Midnight Rambler” turns 50 this year, and the band is celebrating with a monster reissue. Let it Bleed was released at the end of 1969 and also included “You Can’t Always Get Want You Want.” The track begins a fun unboxing video for the...
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