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There’s nothing quite like a Dead & Company show, and this fall the legendary group of Grateful Dead legends (Mickey Heart, Bill Kreutzmann, Bob Weir and pals Oteil Burbridge, Jeff Chimenti and John Mayer) will play even more shows than they already have during a busy 2019. The ‘Fall Fun Run’ shows will take place at Madison Square Garden in New York City and the Hampton Coliseum in Hampton Virginia, and are sure to be a good time. Via the news announcement: Due to popular demand, DEAD & COMPANY – Mickey Hart, Bill Kreutzmann, John Mayer, and Bob Weir, with Oteil Burbridge…

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Iggy Pop recently premiered a song titled “James Bond” as a preview of his upcoming album, Free, slated for release on September 6. The song, which is almost exclusively set to a plodding bass rhythm and Pop’s repeated refrains of “She wants to be your James Bond” is impossible to get out of your head due to its simplicity. An official music video for the song was premiered on Wednesday, and it matches the song’s overall straightforward approach. In it, the classic punk icon talk-sings and smiles into the camera as various visual effects flash between him and Faith Vern,…

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It’s a good time to be involved with Queen. Not only did Bohemian Rhapsody break box-office records and win Oscars on its way to being one of the best music biopics ever assembled, but the band (fronted by Adam Lambert) is preparing to headline the massive Global Citizen Festival in NYC in September, too. And, this fall, a Queen musical, specifically the long-running We Will Rock You live show inspired by the band’s timeless music, will kick off a North American tour that will last into 2020. Some key details from the news release: While WE WILL ROCK YOU is…

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You’ll forgive Tool fans for their passion and undying devotion to the prog-metal band fronted by Maynard James Keenan, but 13 years is a long time between album releases. With Fear Inoculum, the band’s first since 2006’s 10,000 Days, slated for release on August 30, the waiting is nearly over — and every bit of official information released about the album drives that point home further. On Wednesday, the band unveiled the track listing for the album. There are “only” seven songs, but those seven songs span nearly an hour and a half of music and, apparently, there are bonus…

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Scar Tissue, the 2004 memoir/autobiography from Red Hot Chili Peppers vocalist Anthony Kiedis, stands up as a captivating portrait of one of the foremost rock singers of the past 30 years, if not longer — and this fall, his band mate Flea (born Michael Balzary) will release his own memoir — only, it’s not really a “memoir” of his rock star heyday so much as a narrative retelling of his own childhood experiences. Titled Acid for the Children, the bassist’s own book will be published by Hachette Book Group on November 5, and looks to be a provocative account of…

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Lynyrd Skynyrd postponed some upcoming tour dates, it was announced on Tuesday in a press release posted by the band on social media. The classic rock legends are out on the road on their ongoing Last of the Street Survivors farewell tour, but guitarist/founding member Gary Rossington underwent a heart valve operation within the past week, prompting some dates to be moved around on the schedule. Here’s the message: Lynyrd Skynyrd’s Shows in Las Vegas, NV and Wheatland, CA Have Been Rescheduled for Oct. 18 and 19, Respectively, as Original Band Member Gary Rossington Recovers from Heart Surgery NASHVILLE, Tenn.…

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It’s feasible that without the release of 1991’s self-titled album, Metallica wouldn’t be the entity it is today — still touring around the world on a near-yearly basis, releasing new music, and generally being a committed group of heavy metal veterans who’ve earned a reputation as legends. That record, which spawned a new era for the band due to its more commercially appealing version of the dark metal/thrash they’d played for years prior, was a huge success. And yesterday, August 12, was the 28th anniversary of its release. https://twitter.com/Metallica/status/1160937486639665152 “Enter Sandman,” “Sad But True,” “Nothing Else Matters,” and so on.…

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Everclear has been the primary creative outlet of Art Alexakis for more than twenty years, but he’ll enter ‘solo artist’ territory when Sun Songs is released on October 11. The album will be Aleakis’ first solo record to date, and comes on the heels of a great acoustic tour alongside peers and friends Max Collins, Chris Collingwood and John Wozniak. But Sun Songs is also the product of a longstanding desire by Alexakis to release an album of just his own original material, as he’d like to release it. Previous efforts to work on solo records wound up taking shape…

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This past weekend was the Outside Lands Music & Arts Festival at San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park. Closing out Sunday night’s performance was the legendary Paul Simon, who turned in a very special headlining set as he briefly ended his retirement from public performing for this one-off legacy set at the festival. Toward the very end, he was joined by a special guest: Bob Weir of the Grateful Dead. Before their first-ever public duet, Simon told stories of Haight/Ashbury and his story of meeting Weir and the Dead back in the late 1960s, before the two (and Simon’s band) launched…

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Dirty Heads rose to prominence thanks to a hybrid of styles that saw reggae, rock and acoustic/folk thrown together, with occasional hip-hop forays thrown into the mix. The band’s new album Super Moon, though, is a distinctly different experience. Released on Friday, the album, which was recorded in Nashville and produced by Dave Cobb, is versatile. Cobb, a four-time Grammy winner with country artists including Sturgill Simpson, Chris Stapleton, Jason Isbell, Brandi Carlile and the A Star Is Born soundtrack, seems an odd choice to produce a record for a band known for reggae/rock crossovers like “Lay Me Down,” but…

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