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Paul Simon Added To George Harrison Week on "Conan"

One of the biggest singer-songwriters of all time will be joining the George Harrison week celebration on “Conan.” Read more...

John Mellencamp Talks Upcoming North American Tour

Tickets go on sale today (September 19) for John Mellencamp’s 2014 North American tour, an extensive 80-date trek that starts January 21 in South Bend, Indiana, and currently has dates scheduled through August 4 in Indianapolis. Read more...

Bono Responds To Critics Of U2/Apple Deal, Including Sharon Osbourne

U2 frontman Bono feels the group’s recently iTunes giveaway of its new album, “Songs of Innocence,” holds true to the Irish quartet’s punk rock roots. Read more...

KISS Releasing Deluxe Edition of “Love Gun” Next Month

KISS will be giving us more “Love Gun” to love next month. Read more...

Album Cover Artist Roger Dean Loses Lawsuit Against Filmmaker James Cameron

Famed Yes album artist Roger Dean has come up empty in his lawsuit against Academy Award-winning filmmaker James Cameron. Read more...

Deep Purple’s Steve Morse On the Band’s Next Album

Deep Purple has made a good start on its next album, according to guitarist Steve Morse. Read more...

WATCH: Trailer For Rush Video Box Set

Rush has officially announced a November 11 release date for “R40,” the six-disc video box set featuring concert performance from 1974-2013. Read more...

Memorial Service for Survivor’s Jimi Jamison Set For September 23rd

Survivor co-founder and “Eye of the Tiger” Jim Peterik will honor the group’s late singer Jimi Jamison with a tribute song that he’ll play at a memorial service on Tuesday (September 23) in Memphis. Read more...

Chicago Declaring September 23rd “David Bowie Day”

David Bowie is getting his own day in the Windy City. Read more...

Criticism Still Pouring In About The U2/Apple Deal

Figures within the music industry continue to pile on the criticism for U2 and the release of its new album, "Songs of Innocence," for free via iTunes. Read more...
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