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Fans of Monty Python won’t want to miss this one. Later this year, Eric Idle and John Cleese – principal members of the legendary British comedy troupe – will head out on a tour they’re cheekily calling Together Again At Last…For the Very First Time. It’s a continuation of the live dates the pair performed last summer, and will hit markets not visited on that initial trek. Needless to say, this should be an amazing night. From the tour’s site: In Together Again At Last…For The Very First Time, Cleese and Idle will blend scripted and improvised bits with storytelling,…

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Henry McCullough, an Irish musician/guitarist who was a member of the band Wings in the early 1970s, passed away at the age of 72 on Tuesday. McCullough worked on Wings’ 1973 LP Red Rose Speedway, but also rose in stature due to his work with Joe Cocker, Marianne Faithfull, Donovan, and more – and is featured on Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon, as well. In memory of his colleague and former band mate, Paul McCartney issued a statement on his official site about McCullough, which he shared to Facebook as well: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vx5QxoWCG-I

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The Late Late Show with James Corden has struck a major chord with its Carpool Karaoke segment, in which Corden drives around town singing songs and having candid conversations with top musicians such as Elton John, Adele and Chris Martin of Coldplay, among others. Just in time for the release of the Red Hot Chili Peppers’ new album The Getaway this Friday, singer Anthony Kiedis, bassist Flea, guitarist Josh Klinghoffer and drummer Chad Smith were Corden’s latest participants, riding around Los Angeles on a sunny afternoon singing various Chili Peppers hits. Their segment is consistently amusing, especially when Kiedis and Corden…

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In the alt/rock world, producer/musician Butch Vig (as seen above alongside Dave Grohl and Krist Novoselic) is one of the more revered figures. From producing seminal 1990s’ albums from the likes of Nirvana and Smashing Pumpkins to his own work with Garbage (among many, many more projects), Vig has attained a status of basically unanimous reverence in the industry. Fresh off the release of Garbage’s great new album Strange Little Birds, Vig was a guest on Steven Hyden’s Celebration Rock podcast this week. During the conversation, Vig shares insight on the industry, his production work, the ’90s, his origins in Wisconsin and…

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On July 8, Heart will release Beautiful Broken, a new studio album and their first since 2012’s Fanatic. For this one, Nancy and Ann Wilson tried something new…like bringing in Metallica vocalist/guitarist James Hetfield to guest on the title track. Really! Here’s a preview of the song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zaj0_O7MFHY As for the rest of the album, it features seven new songs and three re-imagined versions of older material: City’s Burning, Down on Me and Sweet Darlin’. Here’s the full track listing for Beautiful Broken:   1. Beautiful Broken   2. Two   3. Sweet Darlin’   4. I Jump   5.…

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Last night, Madonna stopped by the Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon to perform her breakout 1983 hit, Borderline – but with a twist. The singer just finished her monumentally successful Rebel Heart tour. With Questlove and the Roots as her backing band, Madonna reinterpreted the upbeat pop classic, changing it into a more laid-back, lounge-y jazz number that really worked quite well. Watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rPUXNw43O5c Nicely done, all around!

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Back in March, Rock Cellar contributor and 88.5 KCSN-FM DJ Jim Nelson shined his spotlight on Kaleo, a tremendously talented young band from Iceland. Today, the blues/indie band released A/B, its debut full-length album. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HC6QJsxRypQ Merely listening to the first few seconds of opening track No Good and its flashy, squealing blues guitar, gives you a solid idea what Kaleo is all about, and the rest of the songs follow suit. It’s really a fantastic listen, and you should do so below via Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/4he4SQup02hEIQdwhZlZlk Catch Kaleo out on the road now – and trust us, you really, really should. [bbit bandname=”Kaleo”]

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Garbage returned on Friday with a new album called Strange Little Birds, and it’s a fine addition to their verastile catalog of music. The LP, led by the riff-heavy Empty (which boasts some classic Shirley Manson vocals and Butch Vig-led industrial drumming) and other standout tracks such as Blackout, Even Though Our Love is Doomed and Night Drive Loneliness, can be streamed below via Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/7zMpttwLMWECkSUgcU9RZS Here’s their video for Empty, which was helmed by noted director Samuel Bayer and truly captures the band in its essence: https://youtu.be/hSa_hbutFt0 Be sure to catch Garbage out on the road this summer! [bbit bandname=”Lady Gaga”]

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The Red Hot Chili Peppers premiered another song off their upcoming album The Getaway, and We Turn Red finds them returning to the funk/rock roots of Blood Sugar Sex Magik. Stream the song, which has a markedly different sound than the previously-debuted Dark Necessities and The Getaway, below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I7rlCyvHejY Based on what we’ve heard so far, it seems as if the new album will feature a variety of styles from the Peppers, who haven’t shied away from experimentation over the course of their phenomenally successful career thus far. The title track was particularly intriguing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5w4d_mmJOGM The LP will be released…

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Revered British rock royalty the Stone Roses returned on Friday with another new song. Below, listen to Beautiful Thing, a sprawling, seven-minute track that wouldn’t have been out of place on the band’s 1994 album Second Coming: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lCk34IVVgcc We’ve now heard two new songs from the reinvigorated Roses, coming after the premiere of All For One a few weeks back: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R0XZ9qjMil8 Two pretty good new songs from a band considered to be one of the more important to the evolution of British rock over the past 25 years or so, and also a band that had for a long time vowed…

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