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Check This Out, It’s Awesome: 13 Pages of Custom Shop Les Pauls on the Gear Page!

01.30.2008

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Is anything better than amateur guitar porn? Grab yourself a bib and a broadband connection and check out this thread on the Gear Page. It’s a lucky 13 pages of some of the most beautiful Custom Shop Les Pauls—Goldtops, Juniors, Oxbloods, Plain Tops, Flame Tops, you name it—that you’ll ever see. Unreal. Just don’t let your boss catch you gawkin’ at it. Unless, of course, your boss is my boss.
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KISS to Tour Europe in May and June

01.29.2008

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According to a posting on KISS' official website, the group will hit the road later this year and play several arena and stadium shows throughout Europe in May and June. The group currently has confirmed shows in Australia and New Zealand only.
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The National and Modest Mouse to Open for R.E.M. Tour

01.29.2008

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Pop rockers the National and Modest Mouse have been tagged as opening acts for R.E.M.'s upcoming North American tour, which begins in Vancouver, B.C., on March 23. The much-anticipated tour will follow the release of the band's new album Accelerate, due in stores on March 31.
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By Any Other Name They’d Sound as Sweet: Gnarls Barkley and My Morning Jacket Name New Albums

01.29.2008

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Last year’s breakout superstars Gnarls Barkley and venerable jam-band favorites My Morning Jacket have just announced the names of their new albums. The Gnarls Barkley record, tentatively scheduled for April, is the duo’s anxiously awaited second effort. MMJ, also gearing up for a handful of shows in March, April, and June, has set a U.S. release date of June 10 for the group’s fourth studio album.
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Page Says Zep Tour Plans on Hold Until September

01.28.2008

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NME.com reports that during a press conference in Tokyo, Jimmy Page gave fans further reason to hope for a full-scale Led Zeppelin reunion tour ... in due time. "I can assure you the amount of work that we put into the O2, for ourselves rehearsing and the staging of it was probably what you put into a world tour," Page said, before adding that Robert Plant's planned tour with Alison Krauss will take precedence for now. "Robert Plant has a parallel project running, and he's really busy with that project," Page said. "Certainly until September, so I can't give you any news."
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Radiohead Discuss Secret Influences

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01.28.2008

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On the cover of Rolling Stone's current issue, Radiohead kingpin Thom Yorke gives a somber face. But, on Rolling Stone's website, the band comes across more lightheartedly, discussing 12 influences ranging from M.I.A. to Fleetwood Mac. Then again, Morrissey made the list too.
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Lynyrd Skynyrd and Hank Williams, Jr. Plan Another Rowdy Frynds Tour

01.28.2008

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Beginning April 4 in Hershey, Pennsylvania, Hank Williams, Jr. and Lynyrd Skynyrd have scheduled 20 dates across the United States. In 2007, their Rowdy Frynds tour sold more than 180,000 tickets and grossed $10.9 million, according to Pollstar, and this installment promises to be rowdier than ever. “Our following of fans fit together perfectly,” said Johnny Van Zant. “We can’t wait to get back out there and have some fun!” “Last year was incredible, “said Hank, Jr. “How could we not get together for another round?!”
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Tim McGraw Co-Writes Def Leppard Song

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01.25.2008

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Tim McGraw Co-Writes Def Leppard Song. Yeah, you read that headline right. Click here for more info.
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Tom Petty and Steve Winwood Announce Summer Tour

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01.25.2008

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Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers have announced a summer tour, with Steve Winwood set to open. Tickets for the tour will go on sale February 4, the day after the Heartbreakers perform at the Super Bowl.
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Grammy Performers Announced: John Paul Jones to Conduct Orchestra for Grohl

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01.25.2008

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The performers for the 50th Annual Grammy Awards have been announced! Beyonce, Aretha Franklin, Carrie Underwood, Rhianna, and Mary J. Blige are all set to perform, as are the Foo Fighters, who will be accompanied by a 20-person orchestra conducted by John Paul Jones. The Grammys will be broadcast live on CBS on February 10 from Los Angeles' Staples Center.
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