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The music of The Doors simply wouldn’t be as vibrant and powerful were it not for the contributions of keyboardist Ray Manzarek. On Monday, the band announced a new documentary film, Break On Thru (A Celebration of Ray Manzarek), a doc that aims to celebrate the history and legacy of the Doors and Manzarek, with special focus given to the all-star tribute concert that took place at the Fonda Theatre in Hollywood in 2016. https://twitter.com/TheDoors/status/1204053669127307264 Here’s a quick teaser trailer: https://youtu.be/FH7t_m2y_Io The film will screen in theaters for one night only on Feb. 12, 2020 in honor of Manzarek’s birthday.…

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What would you do if you’re sitting at the airport awaiting a flight and notice two living legends just a few feet away? Apparently, according to a photo circulating around social media on Friday, two icons converged when Robert Plant and Tony Iommi ran into each other at the airport in Nashville (along with, perhaps, Ralph Baker, Iommi’s manager). https://twitter.com/sabbathfans/status/1202985034925461507 Judging by the photo, nobody around them really seems to have noticed at all, which actually does make a bit of sense. After all, there are few experiences more stressful and frustrating, sometimes, than going to the airport, and any…

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Earlier this year, Suzi Quatro — known in music history as the first “breakout” female bass player to become a bona fide “rock star” with a string of international hits in the 1970s — released a new album, No Control. One of its songs, “Heart on the Line,” appeared on the vinyl edition of No Control as a bonus track, but it has now been released as a single due to especially intense fan reaction. Stream the anthemic power ballad below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_9vQcoQ_fFA As Quatro explained, the song was re-imagined from its original form to what you heard above due to…

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Back on Nov. 29 for Record Store Day’s Black Friday event, power-pop legends Cheap Trick released a special limited edition vinyl featuring their new cover of “Gimme Some Truth,” the anti-war protest song released by John Lennon in 1971 on the Imagine album. A fiery anthem of defiance, “Gimme Some Truth” starts off with very pointed lyrics from Lennon: I’m sick and tired of hearing things from Uptight short sided narrow minded hypocrites All I want is the truth, just give me some truth I’ve had enough of reading things By neurotic psychotic pigheaded politicians All I want is the…

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WHO, the brand new album from The Who, is available now — and it begins with lyrics that set the tone rather well, featuring the defiance and confidence that has imbued the band’s music for decades. On opening track “All This Music Must Fade,” Roger Daltrey kicks things off like this: I don’t care I know you’re gonna hate this song And that’s fair We never really got along It’s not new, not diverse It won’t light up your parade It’s just simple verse While cascading guitar riffs from Pete Townshend rip around. It’s a powerful way to start the…

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On Dec. 5, 1969, the Rolling Stones released an album called Let It Bleed. The band’s eighth UK record and tenth American record, it would go on to earn a reputation as one of the Stones’ crowning achievements as a musical force. Today marks the album’s 50th anniversary, and the Rolling Stones celebrated in a big way — by launching a new website, LetItBleed50,com, an “online, interactive cultural and musical experience.” Devoted to commemorating the album’s place in the Stones’ history AND its cultural context, the site has a lot to offer fans. The landing page includes this quote from…

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The members of Radiohead have dabbled in projects outside their “day job” for a while. Guitarist Jonny Greenwood has done extensive work scoring films, while vocalist Thom Yorke has released a handful of solo albums — and done his own scoring, among other projects. But for guitarist Ed O’Brien, his latest endeavor is his first foray outside the realm of Radiohead. https://twitter.com/EOBOfficial/status/1202591885426077696 In early 2020, O’Brien will release his debut solo album under the moniker EOB. On Thursday, O’Brien previewed that record with a nine-minute song titled “Brasil,” which also received its own surreal short-film music video from director Andrew…

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2019 marked the 50th anniversary of the original Woodstock festival, which took place in upstate New York in 1969 and has rightly earned a place among the most important and influential rock and roll events in history. A company called Peace of Stage, put together by co-founder Steve Gold — who attended the original Woodstock event in ’69 and recently obtained the original wooden stage that the likes of Jimi Hendrix, Santana, Creedence Clearwater Revival and so many other legendary musical acts — has turned that stage wood into artifacts that serve as mementos from the landmark event it was.…

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It’s time for some news from … ahem … Huey Lewis and the News. On Thursday, the iconic band announced a new album, Weather, and premiered a new song titled “While We’re Young.” The record will be out on Feb. 14, 2020. The song, a catchy singalong featuring some slick horns and percussion flourishes, is all about the concept of looking back on life with the shock of “Oh man, where’d all the time go?” To that end, Lewis opening the song with “Do you remember when, not so long ago, all we had was time?” Stream it below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3aT4g-fu-R4…

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It’s here: Official word and details for the MASSIVE grouping of classic bands for a must-see Summer 2020 tour. Dubbed The Stadium Tour, it will bring together Motley Crue, Def Leppard, Poison and Joan Jett & the Blackhearts each night at a massive North American stadium near you. https://twitter.com/MotleyCrue/status/1202345901773078529 After the big news a few weeks back that Motley Crue was reforming for a major tour, the official details were announced on Wednesday, and they don’t disappoint. Here’s the schedule of dates and cities for this epic trek: Tuesday, July 7 MIAMI, FL Hard Rock Stadium Thursday, July 9 ORLANDO,…

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