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Dick Wagner: 1942-2014

Dick Wagner, one of rock and roll’s unsung session guitarists, has passed away. He was 71. Read more...

Lynyrd Skynyrd Working On New Album

If Lynyrd Skynyrd never recorded another note of new music, the Southern rock group could be assured fans will never tire of coming to hear classics such as "Free Bird" and "Sweet Home Alabama." Read more...

Neil Young Supporting Anti-Logging Group

Neil Young has long been active in environmental concerns, and now he's again putting his money -- and his mouth -- where, well, his mouth is. Read more...

The Complete "Fillmore East"

"The 1971 Fillmore East Recordings" box set, along with releases from Clapton and Petty, highlight this week's new classic rock titles: Read more...

Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers’ “Hypnotic Eye” In Stores Now

"Hypnotic Eye," the new album from Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers, hits stores today (July 29). Read more...

Clapton’s JJ Cale Tribute Album Out Now

Hitting stores today (July 29) is "The Breeze: An Appreciation of JJ Cale" by Eric Clapton & Friends -- a list that includes Tom Petty, Mark Knopfler, Willie Nelson, Derek Trucks and others. Read more...

James Taylor Joins Jimmy Buffett On Stage

A couple of singer-songwriter icons took a rare moment to get together on stage over the weekend in Detroit. Read more...

Clapton Talks 40th Anniversary of “461 Ocean Boulevard”

This month Eric Clapton is celebrating the 40th anniversary of "461 Ocean Boulevard," his 1974 "comeback" album that featured his hit version of Bob Marley's "I Shot the Sheriff." Read more...

Buffett Streaming Concerts Through “Margaritaville TV”

Jimmy Buffett has a new toy for his current summer concert tour -- Margaritaville TV. Read more...

Page/Rodgers Group The Firm Getting Back Together?

Could a reunion of The Firm be in the works? Read more...

Harrison’s Son Hints At Remastering Solo Work

Is Dhani Harrison at work on reissues of a couple of his father's solo albums? Read more...

Edgar Winter Issues Statement On Johnny Winter’s Death

Edgar Winter has spoken out about the death of his older brother Johnny Winter on July 16 at the age of 70. Read more...

Ozzy’s “Memoirs of a Madman” Due Out October 7th

With Black Sabbath finished promoting its Grammy Award-winning comeback album "13" and off duty for a while, Ozzy Osbourne is revisting his solo career in a big way. Read more...

DLR Solo Record Done & Ready For Release?

While Van Halen is reportedly putting the finishing touches on its next album, frontman David Lee Roth apparently has a solo work in the can. Read more...

Sir Paul Needs Help With New Music Video

Paul McCartney wants fans to help him make a video for his new "Meat Free Monday" theme song. Read more...

New U2 Album Out Before Year’s End?

U2's new album may well come out before the end of the year -- although the band itself isn't saying that yet. Read more...

Big In Japan!

A Beatles Japanese box set and two releases from ZZ Top highlight this week’s new classic rock releases: Read more...

Yes’s “Heaven & Earth” Out Now

In stores today is Yes’s "Heaven & Earth," the prog rock group's follow-up to 2011's "Fly From Here." Read more...

Dusty Hill Undergoing Surgery, ZZ Top Tour Delayed

Just a day after adding more dates to its upcoming North American tour with Jeff Beck, ZZ Top has delayed its start by two weeks so bassist Dusty Hill can recuperate from surgery. Read more...

Allman Biopic Filmmakers Release Statement

Two of the filmmakers behind the embattled Gregg Allman biopic "Midnight Rider," have issued a statement about the criminal charges that have been filed against them. Read more...