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Roy Orbison’s Son Secures Rights to “Beatle Who Vanished” Film

Russell Hall
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02.16.2017

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Based on a 2013 book titled “The Beatle Who Vanished,” the film, if made, will examine the life of drummer Jimmie Nicol before, during and after the 13-day period in 1964 when he sat in for Starr, who at the time was in the hospital recovering from tonsillitis and pharyngitis.
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Heart's Nancy Wilson to Debut New Side Project

Anne Erickson
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02.15.2017

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Heart guitarist Nancy Wilson has a new side project called Roadcase Royale, and the project will have its debut live performance at the upcoming, fifth annual Rock Against MS Benefit Concert & Award Show.
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Arcade Fire Announce First Major Tour in Three Years

Shawn Fernandes
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02.14.2017

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Slot headlining gigs in between multiple festival appearances.
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Metallica Announce Major North American Tour

Anne Erickson
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02.14.2017

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Ever since Metallica unleashed Hardwired...to Self-Destruct late last year, fans have been waiting for the band to announce 2017 North American tour dates.
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Which Grunge Guitarist Joined Ace Frehley on Stage for a KISS Cover?

Shawn Fernandes
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02.13.2017

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Which ‘90 alternative act didn’t wear their love for KISS on their sleeves, right?
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Which Rock Supergroup Announced Their First New Song In Five Years?

Shawn Fernandes
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02.13.2017

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Sammy Hagar, Joe Satriani, Michael Anthony and Chad Smith are back!
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Tedeschi Trucks Band Release Live Movie and Album

Michael Leonard
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02.13.2017

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Live From the Fox Oakland is the first live concert movie from the Derek Trucks and Susan Tedeschi’s Band. The album is out on DVD and CD in March, with the band also announcing a summer 2017 tour.
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Closure! Ryan Adams Writes NY Times Essay about “Summer of ‘69” Heckler

Michael Leonard
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02.10.2017

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Fifteen years after asking an audience member to leave a show because he kept shouting for Bryan Adams’ “Summer of ‘69”, Ryan Adams has written a lengthy article for the New York Times about the episode. All of the humor and self-deflection I would ever learn came from that night,” Adams writes. “I am now grateful for it all.”
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Spinal Tap Reunite! But Only To Sue Record Label

Michael Leonard
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02.10.2017

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It’s not a joke. The mythical metal band are reuniting to fight a lawsuit against the band’s record label. And move producer Rob Reiner is promising the lawsuit “goes up to 11.”
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Clock on, Rock Out! Playing Instruments At Work Really Works

Michael Leonard
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02.10.2017

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Having a jam-break at work has been proven to improve worker well-being and reduce stress. But we already knew that, right? Even so, a new Swedish study means that workplace bands now have a very good reason to exist.
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