Rock

Man Accused of Stealing Unreleased Tom Petty Music

Some big time Tom Petty -related items are back where they belong, including hard drives containing unreleased music. Sources told TMZ a man broke into a storage locker in Los Angeles owned by one of Petty’s former engineers. The man also allegedly swiped guitars, other instruments and guns...
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Why This Guns N' Roses Fan Was Banned From Their Concerts For Life

He’s been to 32 shows, tattooed the band’s autographs on his arm, and named his son Axl, but Rick Dunsford is apparently the last person Guns N’ Roses wants to see at its shows. The Mississippi resident says GNR banned him for life because it thinks he leaked Chinese Democracy demos online...
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Van Halen's 7 Best Songs of the David Lee Roth Era

There aren’t many more rock ‘n roll fan debates that are more polarizing than the David Lee Roth vs. Sammy Hagar eras of Van Halen . We personally loved them both. Roth has the benefit of being the original, but how many replacement singers could have helped keep the band relevant through the rest...
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KISS to Play Indian Ocean Concert to 'Entice Sharks'

“We’re going to do something totally crazy, and it’s going to be absolutely epic,” says outdoors tour guide Matt Waller . He’s announcing one of the most unique concerts ever – KISS playing above the Indian Ocean to entice sharks. Experts say the feared fish love the low-frequency sounds of rock...
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The Who, Aerosmith Cancel Shows After Singers Lose Voices

Sometimes it seems like bands like The Who and Aerosmith will go on forever, but both rock and roll hall of famers were reminded this week that they’re not invincible. On Wednesday, The Who had to cut their show in Houston short because singer Roger Daltrey was losing his voice. The band had been...
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Robert Plant Gives Brian Johnson a 'Led Zeppelin III' Tour in Wales

Led Zeppelin kicked off their third studio album with the soaring, intense “Immigrant Song,” but by the time Led Zeppelin III came to an end they had unplugged. In a preview from Brian Johnson’s A Life on the Road: Robert Plant , Plant takes the AC/DC singer on a tour through the area that helped...
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David Hasselhoff's New LP Features MINISTRY, Todd Rundgren and 80s Alt Covers

There’s a new David Hasselhoff album coming out and we don’t know where to start. First, for those who may have forgotten, Hasselhoff made a name for himself in the 80s on Knight Rider and then a bigger name for himself in the 90s on Baywatch . But he also has a music career and is actually pretty...
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This Pokémon Looks Like Gene Simmons of Kiss, and He's Not Impressed

A new Pokémon has been discovered, and he looks just like Gene Simmons . Obstagoon is the latest character to be revealed for the franchise, and he appears to be inspired by the Kiss frontman. Just like the God Of Thunder, Obstagoon has black and white marking across his face. Obstagoon also has...
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Who Is the Most Important Member of Any Band?

There's a running joke that the bass guitar is the lamest, least important instrument in the band. But according to a new study published by the National Academy of Sciences , our brains can find a song's rhythm more accurately by listening to the low tones played on the bass. That means that...
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Miley Cyrus and Santana the Latest to Drop out of Woodstock 50

Miley Cyrus , Santana , The Lumineers , and The Raconteurs are the latest to remove themselves from Woodstock 50. The beleaguered festival finally found a home last week , moving on from s everal rejected locations in Upstate New York . The anniversary event is now scheduled to take place at the...
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