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On October 21, Bon Jovi will release a new album titled This House is Not For Sale. On Friday, the band premiered a music video for the title track…take a look/listen below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Ri2KEiXlNk The album, their first on Island Records, will be their 14th overall and first without guitarist Richie Sambora. Stay tuned for more about Bon Jovi’s new record!

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Tickets for Tenacious D’s Festival Supreme 2016 have gone on sale today, Friday, via AXS.com. This year’s comedy/music event, set for Saturday, October 29 at the Shrine in Los Angeles, boasts a ridiculous lineup of big names from the scene, including: Flight of the Conchords ‘Weird Al’ Yankovic Patton Oswalt Eric Andre Mac Demarco Sarah Silverman Will Forte Fred Armisen Maya Rudolph Tim Heidecker Jenny Slate The Vandals Garfunkel & Oates and many, MANY more. Here’s the poster: For full details, visit the fest’s official site.

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After a few years of relative calm, Green Day returned on Thursday with a new single, Bang Bang — and it really ought to appeal to fans of the band’s old-school sound. Vaguely political in tone and theme, Bang Bang is our first preview of the band’s new album, Revolution Radio. The LP will be released on October 7. Stream Bang Bang below: As for the album, it is up for pre-order on Green Day’s official site now. The track listing: Somewhere Now Bang Bang Revolution Radio Say Goodbye Outlaws Bouncing Off the Wall Still Breathing Youngblood Too Dumb to…

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Today, August 10, marks the 20th anniversary of two of the biggest gigs Oasis ever performed – headlining two consecutive nights at Knebworth Park, playing to more than 250,000 people over the two gigs. In celebration, the band released a live recording of the Be Here Now track My Big Mouth, with visuals coming from the band’s helicopter as it flew above Knebworth: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IqbPBWQNkzM The track is included in the upcoming 20th anniversary reissue of Be Here Now, the band’s sprawling follow-up to 1995’s (What’s the Story) Morning Glory?. Though the two iconic Knebworth gigs have yet to be released…

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For decades, Bruce Springsteen has entertained fans around the world with his authentic, heart-on-sleeve music, and on September 27 he’ll tell his story in his own words. That’s the day Simon & Schuster will release Born to Run, the Boss’ official autobiography that he’s apparently been working on ‘in private’ since 2009, after he and the E. Street Band performed at the Super Bowl Halftime Show. Pre-orders are up now for the book — click here. From the press release: In Born to Run, Mr. Springsteen describes growing up in Freehold, New Jersey amid the “poetry, danger, and darkness” that fueled…

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Legendary musician/songwriter David Crosby will return on October 21 with Lighthouse, a new solo album that comes after his previous, 2014’s Croz (which he spoke with us about for a feature chat). Billed as a ‘raw, stripped-down’ collection of 9 new recordings, Lighthouse definitely sounds quite intriguing: Lighthouse features a rare economy of sound, filled primarily by Crosby’s voice and guitars, and Michael League of Snarky Puppy’s skillful production. There’s a sparse, unvarnished quality to the tracks that allows the songs breathing room and for the full emotional weight of the lyrics to emerge, unencumbered by extraneous instrumentation.  Preview the…

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On Sunday night, indie king Sufjan Stevens and his nine-piece band of neon-clad backing musicians/dancers took the stage at the Hollywood Bowl to demonstrate just how he’s become one of the scene’s most revered and enigmatic artists over the years. For an hour and a half, Stevens — whose most recent album is 2015’s Carrie & Lowell — entertained the masses with songs from throughout his career, as well as some tips on enjoying human existence. Noting that he had toured recently with a collection of songs focusing a bit heavily on death, Stevens promised that, “Tonight we’re gonna sing…

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Long-running pop/punk/alt band Good Charlotte recently returned with a crowd-pleasing new album, Youth Authority, and this fall they’ll embark on a headlining tour in support of it. Along for the ride will be special guests the Story So Far, with Set Your Goals, Four Year Strong and Big Jesus along for the fun at select shows. This should be a warm, nostalgic night of music for fans of the band and the early 2000s pop/punk scene. Good Charlotte just completed a short run on the Vans Warped Tour, here’s fan video of the band performing Youth Authority’s opening track Life Changes:…

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For the first time in a decade, Grateful Dead legend Bob Weir will release an album of new material. Titled Blue Mountain, the collection will be come out on September 13 via Legcy Recordings. The press release cites Weir’s “earlier experiences working on a ranch in Wyoming as a teenager” as main inspiration for Blue Mountain, which features collaborations with Josh Ritter (songwriting), Aaron Dessner, Bryce Dessner (guitars) and Scott Devendorf (bass). Weir also announced a corresponding Campfire Tour in support of the release. More about the record: The album was recorded at a variety of locations on both coasts, including studios…

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On October 7, Sum 41 will return with a new album, 13 Voices. It’ll be the long-running Canadian pop/punk/alt band’s sixth full-length album and first since 2011’s Screaming Bloody Murder. In addition, it’s also the first Sum 41 to feature guitarist Dave Baksh since 2004’s Chuck. The band recently debuted a music video for a song called Fake My Own Death: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=waixG1Dhr3w On Monday, the band — finishing up a string of dates on the Vans Warped Tour — announced a fall headlining tour with Senses Fail and As It Is. Called, appropriately, the Don’t Call It A Sum-Back Tour,…

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