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Robbie Robertson, known for his legacy of music with the Band and as a prolific solo artist, will release a new record on September 20 with a collection of film-inspired songs titled Sinematic. On Friday, Robertson premiered a song from the record featuring a guest appearance from esteemed singer/songwriter Glen Hansard. Titled “Let Love Reign,” the engaging track finds Robertson tackling “personal and political nightmares while craving a better future for “this beautiful broken world” and carrying on John Lennon’s plea for peace.” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rIrTWQKWdgk Said Robertson of the track: “Some people think John Lennon’s dream about love and togetherness went…

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Rock and Roll Hall of Fame ensemble the Steve Miller Band is preparing to release Welcome to The Vault, a special collection of rare/unreleased/demo recordings scheduled for release on October 11. Pre-order a copy here. Another of the songs featured on this expansive set of recordings premiered on Friday. Titled “Say Wow!,’ was originally recorded by Miller in 1973 and can be heard below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XsajQe7nYqc The song is the latest of a few released in recent weeks to preview Welcome To The Vault, following “Love Is Strange”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=noyZcEUblgA And a previously unheard version of the SMB classic “Rock’n Me”; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GiirNrYKjJ4…

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Veteran pop/punk band Blink-182 is currently out on an eclectic tour with hip/hop megastar Lil Wayne and UK pop/punk band Neck Deep. It sounds like an unusual group of artists sharing the stage, and it is — but it’s really a great show from start to finish, and Blink-182 is performing its iconic 1999 album Enema of the State in its entirety at each show to mark its 20th anniversary. Tickets are on sale for the tour at this link. Partnered with Live Nation, Rock Cellar is proud to offer up a pair of tickets to a lucky winner! That’s…

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Mike Patton is known for many things in the music community. For decades, the man has worn many hats in a number of acts, including Faith No More, which achieved significant acclaim in the ’80s and ’90s. Another of his integral projects was Mr. Bungle, an impossible-to-truly characterize ensemble that often threw a number of styles and sounds into a single song. This week, Mr. Bungle announced some one-off reunion concerts for February 2020, paying tribute to the band’s 1986 demo The Raging Wrath Of The Easter Bunny — and before tickets event went on sale, the band added second shows…

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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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