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Rod Stewart Slapped With Plagiarism Suit

Not long after announcing the pending release of a new album -- Another Country on October 23 -- Rod Steward is being sued over a song on his last album. Read more...

Billy Joel Marries In Surprise Ceremony

The fourth time's the charm -- or so Billy Joel hopes. Read more...

Townshend Talks Live Premiere of ‘Classic Quadrophenia’

'Classic Quadrophenia,' the new orchestral version of the Who's 1973 rock opera has its live premiere on tonight (July 5) at the Royal Albert Hall in London. Read more...

Dead’s “Fare Thee Well” Chicago Shows Begin Tonight

The Grateful Dead's “Fare Thee Well” 50th anniversary concerts continue this weekend as the group rolls into Chicago for three holiday weekend shows today through Sunday (July 3-5) at Soldier Field. Read more...

Celebrate Ringo Starr’s Birthday With “Peace And Love”

Ringo Starr is inviting fans to join him on July 7 to celebrate both his 75th birthday as and Peace & Love. Read more...

Billy Joel Sets MSG Record, Pays Tribute To Elton John

Billy Joel now has sole possession of the record for most performances by a single artist at New York's Madison Square Garden. Read more...

Townshend’s ‘Classic Quadrophenia’ Premiering Live July 5th

This is a busy release week for Pete Townshend. Read more...

Official Stones Museum Exhibit Opening In London

Some detractors have called the mostly 70-something Rolling Stones museum pieces. Now they really are. Read more...

More Charges Added To Castronovo’s Arrest

Journey drummer Deen Castronovo's situation back in Eugene, Ore., where he resides, has gotten more serious. Read more...

Did Grateful Dead Pay $50K For Faux Rainbow?

The Rainbow that appeared in the sky above the Grateful Dead's first “Fare The Well” concert Saturday (June 27) in Santa Clara, Calif., has become the subject of speculation and controversy. Read more...

Stones Drop Surprise Live Album On iTunes

Oh, those Rolling Stones -- they just keep surprising us. Read more...

New Classic Rock Releases – Week of June 29th

Pete Townshend and Neil Young headline this week’s batch of new classic rock releases. Read more...

Yes’ Jon Anderson on the Passing of Chris Squire

As myriad musical colleagues reacted to news of Yes bassist Chris Squire's death from leukemia on Saturday (June 27), the most important, perhaps, came on Sunday (June 28) via a statement from former Yes vocalist Jon Anderson. Read more...

Joni Mitchell’s Conservator Issues Statement On David Crosby’s Comments

Joni Mitchell's conservator did not waste any time reacting to David Crosby's comments about the singer-songwriter's condition over the weekend. Read more...

Neal Schon Opening For Journey On Canadian Tour

Neal Schon will be doing double duty during Journey's upcoming Canadian tour. Read more...

Grateful Dead Shows Start Tonight, Live Recordings Available For Sale

The Grateful Dead returns to the stage this weekend, beginning its five-show Fare The Well run on Saturday and Sunday (June 27-28) in Santa Clara, Calif. Read more...

Deep Purple Releasing Two New Live Sets

Deep Purple is giving fans plenty to watch and listen to this summer. Read more...

Young/Trump Feud Update: Trump’s Twitter Response

The Neil Young-Donald Trump fracas isn't losing any heat more than a week after Young called Trump out for using his song "Rockin' in the Free World" at a rally to announce the entrepreneur and reality TV star's presidential campaign. Read more...

Rod Stewart’s ‘Another Country’ Due Out October 23rd

Rod Stewart has announced a new album, Another Country, for release on October 23 and has released a video for the single, "Love Is." Read more...

Queen Add To Their Beverage Portfolio

First vodka, now beer. Read more...