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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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Celebrated Australian indie/psychedelic rock band Tame Impala, essentially the stage name of band leader/songwriter Kevin Parker, will release a new album, The Slow Rush, on Feb. 14, 2020. A new song has premiered from the record as a preview, and “Posthumous Forgiveness” keeps up the spaced-out adventurousness of the previous two songs — not to mention Tame Impala’s rich back catalog of atmospheric, dream-like indie/psych. Stream the new track below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=44lWO3qhQMk “Posthumous Forgiveness” is the third song released thus far from the new record, following “It Might Be Time”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4hZ_wTx_kWg And “Borderline,” which was premiered in early 2019. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vpbblMR_jUo Tame…

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Willie Nelson is an undeniable legend, his music and personality standing the test of time and helping to make him one of the most influential country/folk musicians to ever pick up an instrument. Over the years, he’s also become something of a walking, talking billboard for marijuana use, as an avid enthusiast and, recently, owner of his own cannabis products company, Willie’s Reserve. He’s also released songs like “Roll Me Up and Smoke Me When I Die,” too. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kn-AB78kvvE However, earlier this week Nelson, 86, announced at a concert at the Majestic Theatre in San Antonio that he’s ceased partaking…

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Big news from iconic English rock band Deep Purple, as the group has completed work on a new album. The update was provided via the band’s social media channels earlier this week in the form of a lengthy note from singer Ian Gillan, who states that he and his band mates “made another album,” which will be the follow-up to 2017’s Infinite and Deep Purple’s 21st studio effort overall. https://www.facebook.com/officialdeeppurple/photos/a.145786928903801/1521526194663194/?type=3&__xts__%5B0%5D=68.ARBCjcOObQ2YVkJJCxP1MEDLE0BVVIPdFSPkwtPPm2Go0fg_r6YjCZwg902e-r1Rm7-64rAQPYCarItaW2tezimX8arEZAtFDGHF8fgb_b6CCeZ_YT09kb-KAJ6BHMI8BnIBl1vVH5J8vS1yYOPNY0uTtkTF_NZRkpDs_Jz_65d6KB3FpUyZjueiVDBr6p0bw7e3QgcRXcAgnAPfM95jnbWzFi-dbthS1Bwbb91yibEzOiv2w1olnuVpu9CAO62tzEF7Sgvfv-9W3yEl9RZIovbFMP9V9NxvVm-ef71BxaxC3WqEpxbDaNWfrI4qTlYY2Fivw5ZnmyO17TDUIO9Tqy7U1Q&__tn__=-R And here’s Gillan’s message in full: A MESSAGE FROM IAN GILLAN It was late March in 2019, when I found myself in Nashville TN, renting an Airbnb delight called ‘Rose…

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If you’ve been on the fence about catching The Who and its Moving On! orchestral tour — let this be a warning that you do NOT want to miss out on any future shows, if possible. Granting fans an additional opportunity to experience the magnificent performance, blending classic Who tracks from Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey with accompaniment from a full orchestra, the tour has now been extended with some more dates, as announced on Wednesday. https://twitter.com/TheWho/status/1202135586267652096 Of particular note is a show in Cincinnati — the Who’s first visit to the city since a tragic night back in 1979.…

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The roots of the Grateful Dead are planted in Northern California, so it should come as no surprise that Bob Weir and Wolf Bros. planned a week-long stint at the Sweetwater Music Hall in Mill Valley to kick off the band’s Spring 2020 tour. The venue, located north of San Francisco and just eight miles or so from Terrapin Crossroads, the restaurant/venue founded by the Dead’s Phil Lesh, is as fitting a spot to launch the tour as any, and it’s where Weir and his colleagues — influential musician/producer Don Was and Jay Lane, Bay Area-based drummer who served behind…

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Last winter, Eric Clapton released his very first holiday album. Happy Xmas, released via Surfdog Records, is a collection of standards and original compositions from the guitar legend, making up his 24th studio album and his first release since 2016’s I Still Do LP. One of the album’s original tracks is “Everyday Will Be Like a Holiday,” a bluesy number in which Clapton, acting as the song’s narrator, describes how happy he will be when his beloved returns home. The song received an artistic music video treatment which premiered on Tuesday, which is a pretty smart way to reintroduce the…

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Stone Temple Pilots — Robert DeLeo, Dean DeLeo, Eric Kretz and Jeff Gutt — will release a new album on February 7, 2020, but Perdida will truly be a first for the band. It’s an entirely acoustic-based record, featuring ten new compositions written by the musicians specifically for acoustic arrangement. https://www.instagram.com/p/B5lMTsMBbfK/ Here’s a song titled “Fare Thee Well” as a preview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=muv71aLRSjY The accompanying message, which includes information regarding an acoustic tour supporting the record: Hi everyone, We’d like to tell you about our new record, Perdida. It will arrive on February 7th. It’s a collection of 10 songs with…

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Lynyrd Skynyrd has been on its farewell tour for going on three years now, hoping to visit Skynyrd fans far and wide on one last go-around before retiring from the road — and on Tuesday the classic rock band announced some 2020 U.S. tour dates to continue the journey. To date, the Last of the Street Survivors tour has spanned more than 100 stops in the United States and internationally, as the band continues to near the finish line. “We’ve said we want to play every venue and market we’ve ever visited around the world one last time and even…

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Legendary Queen guitarist Brian May was dealing with a nagging and painful heel issue throughout the band’s recent touring obligations, and it forced him to go under the knife this week — and thankfully, he emerged in great condition. May posted a message to Instagram from his hospital bed after the operation on Tuesday, assuring fans that he’s feeling significantly better than he was previously: https://www.instagram.com/p/B5lQ02RFg7I/ There was also a follow-up post, as well: https://www.instagram.com/p/B5m9CBEFmkf/?igshid=1421qdmiimsow As he explained, the heel issue was a real pain — literally — on Queen’s recent U.S. tour: I’m done ! After a snip to…

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