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Today, Jack Tempchin releases his new studio album, One More Time With Feeling. It’s a personal collection of songs from the songwriter beloved and well-known for his contributions to the Eagles’ catalog, specifically songs such as “Peaceful Easy Feeling” and “Already Gone,” among others. In addition, the album’s title track is a co-write Tempchin composed with late Eagles vocalist Glenn Frey, which had not officially been released prior to this album. The song was previewed ahead of release day: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vsqTN29Iepk Some additional details about One More Time With Feeling: Featuring a handful of co-writes and a number of new and…

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Incubus premiered a new song titled “Into the Summer” on Friday. Everything about it, from Michael Einziger’s funky guitar lick to Ben Kenney’s slap bass rhythm to Brandon Boyd’s soaring vocals, screams “80s.” It’s a throwback jam of the highest degree, and the band definitely intended it to be as such. Here’s some art from Boyd previewing the track to drive that point home: https://twitter.com/IncubusBand/status/1164538999039385600 The video for the song, which premiered along with the track itself, plays like a reverent homage to classic ’80s fare like “The Lost Boys” and even, perhaps, Mihael Jackson’s “Thriller” video, what with the…

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Through my more than two decades of going to concerts, I had never seen the Rolling Stones live. I’d caught gigs from the likes of Elton John, Paul McCartney, Tom Petty and other legends over the years, but the Stones? That ticket had eluded me until Thursday night at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena. The obvious takeaway as a first-time Stones seer is wide-eyed wonder and amazement. The surreality of seeing some of these songs come to life in a live setting, songs that have embedded themselves in the cultural consciousness for decades, is hard to put into words. https://twitter.com/RockCellarMag/status/1164777903793377285…

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The Who are preparing to launch the next leg of their ongoing Moving On! tour, which will find Roger Daltrey, Pete Townshend and the band bringing their legendary music to big venues all across North America, accentuated by a 48-piece symphony orchestra on each stop. In advance of the second leg of the tour, which is scheduled to begin on Sept. 1 at Madison Square Garden in New York City, enjoy a video below featuring Daltrey, Townshend and members of the orchestra as they discuss how their songs were adapted for this new performance. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2gGeZz9dUbg Never ones for nostalgia, singer…

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Jack Tempchin is known for his impeccable songcraft, a skill that led to his involvement with the Eagles — most notably their song “Peaceful Easy Feeling,” along with songwriting credits on “Already Gone,” among many other memorable, timeless tunes. This Friday, August 23, Tempchin will release One More Time With Feeling, a new studio album and the 12th so far in his career. The title track is a previously unheard and unreleased song he co-wrote the the late Glenn Frey — and on Wednesday, that song was premiered via Billboard: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vsqTN29Iepk Said Tempchin of the song, speaking with Billboard: Tempchin discovered the…

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Acclaimed, Oscar-winning actor Edward Norton will make his debut as a director when his film Motherless Brooklyn premieres at the Toronto International Film Festival next month. For the film’s soundtrack, Norton was able to bring together Thom Yorke and Flea, a merging of the Radiohead front man and the Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist, for a track titled “Daily Battles.” Flea, of course, is also in Yorke’s side project Atoms for Peace, so they have a history together. He contributes bass and trumpet on the track, which can be heard below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gFjep-baGuU There is also an accompanying jazz version of the…

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NFL fans will get a double-dose of star power beginning this season when tuning into “NBC Sunday Night Football,” as Joan Jett and Carrie Underwood will be featured in the opening sequence performing together, merging the classic rock icon and one of the most successful country/pop singers ever. https://twitter.com/SNFonNBC/status/1163884549539057664 It’s all part of the NFL’s 100th anniversary, and the league’s hopes of starting things off with the requisite fanfare — as well as doing service to Jett, whose song “I Hate Myself For Loving You” was, effectively, the “NBC Sunday Night Football” theme music beginning around 2006. You see, the…

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On September 27, regarded country music singer/songwriter/actor Sturgill Simpson will release a new album titled Sound & Fury. It’s the follow-up to his 2016 breakout record A Sailor’s Guide to Earth, which won the Grammy for Best Country Album and was an Album of the Year nominee. Simpson premiered a track called “Sing Along” on Tuesday, and … well, it’s a lot. It’s not quite what you’d expect from him, to say the least. You see, in addition to working on a new album, Simpson collaborated with manga artist Takashi Okazaki and filmmaker Junpei Mizusaki on a corresponding anime film,…

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Angels & Airwaves, the band led by guitarist/vocalist Tom Delonge of Blink-182, recently premiered a song titled “Rebel Girl.” The song, which relies heavily on synth bloops and Delonge’s vocals, is an upbeat and memorable one. On Tuesday, the track’s music video was premiered by the band. For most of Delonge’s time with Blink-182 ( out on the road right now commemorating 20 years of 1999’s Enema of the State), many of the songs he sang touched on the concept of “love.” Or, more specifically, the pining and obsession that boys and/or men can have toward a certain girl (mostly…

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Eric Clapton’s legendary Firebird guitar is among the most regarded in rock and roll history (as are Gibson guitars in general, having inspired the likes of Slash and many other guitarists) and on Tuesday Gibson Guitars world premiered a new line of guitars crafted in honor of the iconic axe used by the guitar icon in the 1960s and ’70s. Via Gibson’s news release: Eric Clapton’s use of a Gibson Firebird I in the 1960s and 70s represents some of the most inspired, fiery, and influential playing of his legendary career. Though he had previously played a Les Paul, ES-335,…

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