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Tom Petty and Mudcrutch have unveiled a music video for I Forgive It All, and they worked with some heavy hitters for this one. The clip, for a song off Mudcrutch’s great new album 2, was directed by Sean Penn and Samuel Bayer and starsAnthony Hopkins as well. Watch below, via the band’s Facebook page:

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Rock Cellar Magazine was fortunate enough to attend Ringo Starr’s recent 76th birthday celebration at Capitol Records in Hollywood. Below, enjoy a recap of the festivities and some event photos – review by Peter Palmiere, and all photos courtesy Jill Jarrett.  Ringo Starr and assorted celebrity friends gathered at Capitol Records in Los Angeles on his birthday, July 7th.  This has become a tradition for Starr, who wants the whole world to celebrate Peace and Love. The commitment to peace was so strong that Starr wanted everyone in the world to turn to each other with a peace sign and say “Peace…

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The Mick Fleetwood Blues Band, a project involving Fleetwood Mac main man Mick Fleetwood, will hit the road in September for a handful of dates in the United States and Canada. As the press release detailed: In addition to its namesake, the band features singer/guitarist Rick Vito, who was also a member of Fleetwood Mac (1987-1991), bassist Lenny Castellanos and keyboardist Mark Johnstone who also provides background vocals. Some years ago, this same line-up recorded Blue Again!, a live album that exemplifies the quartet’s power as a performing act, and underscored their adherence to the living, breathing genre that is…

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Blink-182 are out on the road celebrating their new No. 1 album, California, and stopped by the Late Show with Stephen Colbert recently to perform its lead single, Bored to Death: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uWVfgRUI0DQ In addition to the new song, the band – bassist/vocalist Mark Hoppus, drummer Travis Barker and guitarist/vocalist Matt Skiba, filling in for longtime guitarist Tom DeLonge, ran through the now-classic hit What’s My Age Again? as a bonus: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iyox4SU_yMs As mentioned above, Blink are out on the road touring in support of the record, which has done well since its release on July 1. Check below for their…

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On September 16, Eagle Rock Entertainment will release Toto: Live At Montreux 1991, a live album commemorating a big Montreaux Jazz Festival performance from Toto in 1991. Said guitarist Steve Lukather of the set: “From the perspective of the members of Toto, the Montreux Jazz Festival is amongst the most revered events staged in the world. Our association, as a band, and individuals, is something we are deeply proud of. So much fun, and so much history has graced the ground in and around the lake.” The concert being celebrated included Jeff and Mike Porcaro in their last full tour with the band. The track…

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Sunday night’s Hollywood Vampires gig at the Ford Amphitheater on the Cony Island Boardwalk in Brooklyn, New York featured a scary moment when guitarist/Aerosmith legend Joe Perry collapsed onstage. He was immediately rushed to a hospital where he remained for the rest of the night – while the band, featuring singer Alice Cooper and guitarist Johnny Depp, among other musicians, finished the gig. After the show, updates were provided via social media and thankfully, Perry appears to be on the mend after what’s being called cardiac arrest: https://twitter.com/hollywoodvamps/status/752354461188780032 https://twitter.com/JoePerry/status/752367628342005763 https://twitter.com/RealAliceCooper/status/752344377603792896 As you might expect, many of Perry’s high-profile music peers also…

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“The world is naturally averse to all truth it sees or hears but swallows nonsense and a lie with greediness and gluttony.” – Samuel Butler Fans of songs with silly titles like In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida, Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo and Sookie Sookie, you’ve come to the right place. Nonsense songs Be-Bop-A-Lula and Bama Lama Bama Loo have been around since rock’s early days, so there was plenty to choose from for our Top 11 Nonsense Songs. Let us know in the comments section below if we’ve left out any of your favorites. De Do Do Do, De Da Da Da by…

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In 1996, Rachael Sage did something totally wacky. Things were beginning to change in the music industry, but no one knew yet just how much of a systemic seismic shift was coming, and it was then that Sage started her own New York City record company, MPress Records. As its premier offering, she issued her own debut, Morbid Romantic. It was a time when female singer/songwriters were the “in” thing: Melissa Etheridge, Ani DiFranco, Sarah McLachlan, Tori Amos, Indigo Girls, Bonnie Raitt, Sheryl Crow, and Natalie Merchant held court. Into that fray dove Sage, and here she is 20…

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Ann and Nancy Wilson have returned! Heart released a new album, Beautiful Broken, today. Featuring 10 tracks of new material (such as the title track, a duet with Metallica’s James Hetfield) and re-recorded versions of songs from their storied back catalog, Beautiful Broken can be streamed below via Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/4FFgjEQ7cGx1mzRes6WKYT Heart will celebrate the record and their recent Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction with a big summer tour alongside fellow inductees Cheap Trick and Joan Jett and the Blackhearts – check below for their scheduled dates! [bbit bandname=”Heart”]

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Back on July 7, 1996 – so today’s date, 20 years ago – the ABC show Muppets Tonight aired something that just begged for a share this week. (Thanks to the AV Club for bringing this to our attention!). In the clip, Kermit the Frog does his best David Byrne impression in a brilliantly-crafted video tribute to the Talking Heads’ classic Once in a Lifetime: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-jbya4kxC6E As seen, the Muppets send-up was a strong homage to the Heads’ live concert film Stop Making Sense: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=shzbz_b0SzE Though the song itself did have its own music video, that was also worthy of…

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