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Lou Reed Revisits ‘Berlin’

Jonah Bayer
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08.26.2008

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On September 30, Matador Records will digitally release “Lou Reed’s Berlin: Original Film Soundtrack” (the physical release will be Oct. 7), set to coincide with the DVD release of Julian Schnabel’s film “Lou Reed’s Berlin.”
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Jason Bonham Leaving Foreigner to Jam with Page and Jones

Gabriel J. Hernandez
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08.25.2008

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Drummer Jason Bonham, son of Led Zeppelin legend John Bonham, confirmed last week in a radio interview that he’s leaving his gig with Foreigner at the end of August. Bonham, who played with the reunited Zeppelin at their one-off show last December at the Ahmet Ertegun tribute concert at London’s O2 Arena, revealed that he’s traveled to England “a couple of times” in recent weeks to work with Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones on new material.
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Gibson Guitars on the World’s Biggest Stages

Gabriel J. Hernandez
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08.25.2008

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Everybody knows Gibson guitars are played all around the world, but this weekend was extra special.
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The Drive-By Truckers and the Hold Steady Roll Out 23 Tour Dates

Jonah Bayer
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08.25.2008

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The Drive-By Truckers and the Hold Steady recently announced a 23-date co-headlining tour aptly titled The Rock And Roll Means Well Tour.
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Capitol/EMI to Release 13 Classic Albums on Vinyl

Jonah Bayer
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08.25.2008

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On September 2, Capitol/EMI will launch the “From The Capitol Vaults” Vinyl Campaign, which will see 13 previously out-of-print titles get pressed on audiophile-quality vinyl, along with the original artwork and packaging.
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Allman Brothers Plan Star-Studded 40th Anniversary Party at NY’s Beacon Theatre

Gabriel J. Hernandez
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08.22.2008

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The Allman Brothers Band are in the midst of preparing a celebration for the ages to mark the band’s 40th anniversary, and they’re planning it for next year’s annual multi-show engagement at New York City’s Beacon Theatre. And if initial reports are correct, the Allman’s 2009 Beacon run will be epic. “We’re planning a big one, man, a real big one,” Gregg Allman recently told Billboard.com. “We’re trying to get all the people we know that we’ve played with to come and sit in and play. We’ve got confirmation on a bunch of ‘em now … You’re gonna ask me who that is, right?”
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Jimmy Page, Leona Lewis Team Up For Olympic Collaboration

Gabriel J. Hernandez
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08.22.2008

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Guitar legend Jimmy Page will apparently hit the stage with British superstar Leona Lewis to perform the Led Zeppelin classic “Whole Lotta Love” during the closing ceremonies of the 2008 Olympics in Beijing. According to numerous news reports, the pair will appear live from London along with England native David Beckham in an eight-minute segment set to occur during the handover ceremony when the Olympic torch is passed to London at the end of the Beijing games. London is the host city for the 2012 Olympics.
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The Edge, Jimmy Page and Jack White Talk Guitars in New Film Documentary

Russell Hall
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08.22.2008

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The forthcoming documentary film, “It Might Get Loud,” is generating considerable buzz among music fans and guitar players. First screened in May at the Cannes Film Festival, the movie officially premieres this September at the Toronto International Film Festival. According to a press release, the movie “revolves around a singular day when Jimmy Page, the Edge, and Jack White first met and sat down together to share their stories, teach, and play.”
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Sheryl Crow ‘Rocks The Vote’ with Free Music

Russell Hall
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08.22.2008

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Sheryl Crow is offering free music as an enticement to get young people involved in the election process. As reported by E! Online, the veteran singer-songwriter is giving away digital copies of her Detours album to the first 50,000 people who register three friends to vote. As a kick-off to Rock the Vote’s voter registration drive, the project also includes an offer of a free download of the Crow song, “Gasoline,” to anyone who logs onto the Rock The Vote Web site or anyone on the organization's mailing list.
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Cat Power, Sheryl Crow On Board for Guthrie/Steinbeck Tribute

Aidin Vaziri
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08.21.2008

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Sheryl Crow, Cat Power, Henry Rollins, Mike Ness, and Son Volt are just some of the acts confirmed to appear at the first ever This Land Is Your Land festival, honoring the works of author John Steinbeck and folk icon Woody Guthrie. Along with the eclectic selection of live music, the event will also feature an exhibit showcasing historical artifacts and rare video footage from the Woody Guthrie and John Steinbeck archives. It all goes down Sept. 20 at the Sleep Train Pavilion in Concord, California, just outside of San Francisco. ?Aidin Vaziri
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