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Johnny Cash, Steve Cropper, Miranda Lambert Receive Stars on Nashville’s Music City Walk Of Fame
Created in 2006, the Music City Walk Of Fame is located on Nashville’s Music Mile, a stretch that connects downtown to Music Row, the heart of Nashville’s music industry. Permanent sidewalk medallions with the names of the inductees are displayed in a star-and-guitar design.
Vintage Trouble Kick Off Headlining Tour
Los Angeles based retro rockers Vintage Trouble gave the crowd an amazing rock n’ roll experience at the opening night of their headlining tour in San Diego. The tour will take the band on a trek across the States, before heading over to Europe, and the UK.
Rage Against The Machine Might Perform Again
In a recent interview, Rage Against The Machine bassist Tim Commerford talks about the possibility of a future reunion of his legendary band.
Rush Releases R40 Single
Rush has released a teaser for their forthcoming live album and DVD in the form of a performance of the 1991 track “Roll The Bones” from a concert in Toronto earlier this year.
About Jackson Browne’s Roy Smeck Stage De Luxe
Jackson Browne owns a rare 1930s Gibson Roy Smeck Stage De Luxe model guitar, and the The Reading Eagle has taken an intriguing look at the story behind its inspiration.
Billy Gibbons Debuts
Billy Gibbons has released the second track from his forthcoming solo album, Perfectamundo, a cover of a Slim Harpo single from 1957.
Billy Gibbons Talks “Perfectamundo” Album
“Perfectamundo” is first solo album by ZZ Top star and features originals and covers, part sung in “Spanglish”
B.B. King Named Secretary of State of Blues
State of Mississippi salutes BB King in historic award and his certificate will be on show at the B.B. King Museum
Gibson Les Paul Studio and ES-335 in Electric Guitar of 2015 Shortlist
Gibson's Les Paul Studio and ES-335 Satin are in the running for an end-of-year award from musician's website
Robby Krieger Prepping for The Doors’ 50th Anniversary
As the 50th anniversary of The Door’s debut album approaches, guitarist Robby Krieger says he and drummer John Densmore hope to commemorate the milestone in some special ways. Chief among these will be a salute to keyboardist Ray Manzarek, who died in 2013.
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