classic rock

Boom, Roasted: Lizzo, Green Day, Luke Combs, Alice Cooper Read Mean Tweets on 'Kimmel'

Twitter is not a safe place to be. The trolls will find you, especially if you’re a celebrity. But sometimes they get a chance to fight back, or just kill them with kindness, in the always fun “Mean Tweets” segment on “Jimmy Kimmel Live.” Billie Eilish kicked things off with a comment about her...
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13 Most Successful Solo Careers by Legendary Rock Band Members

Most rock bands have a shelf life. For every Rolling Stones there’s ten Led Zeppelins – bands that shot through the universe for a finite period of time and made their mark. But that doesn’t mean the musicians in those bands don’t have anything else to say, so they continue their careers in...
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Brian Setzer Cancels Holiday Tour, Citing 'Severe' Tinnitus

Brian Setzer embraces the holiday spirit like few other artists, but unfortunately this Christmas will be a little blue for the 60-year-old. The Stray Cats singer and his orchestra have been forced to cancel their annual tour because he has a severe case of tinnitus. The condition is associated...
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R.E.M., Journey, Pharrell, Vince Gill Among Nominees for Songwriters Hall of Fame

The artists who penned some of the most beloved and influential songs in music history are taking their turn in the spotlight. R.E.M. , Journey , Pharrell and Vince Gill are among the two dozen 2020 nominees for the Songwriters Hall of Fame. There are two categories of nominees: those who are being...
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6 Mick Jagger Dorky Dad Moments

Papa is a rolling stone. But just because he’s a rock god doesn’t mean Mick Jagger is any less dorky than the next dad. With eight kids, The Rolling Stones frontman is just like all parents, posting embarrassing comments on social media and using weird gadgets in public. Everyone knows Mick the...
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KISS Announces Final Concert Date Ever

The KISS End of the Road tour has a stop sign in sight, but it’s way off in the distance. The band says the marathon trek will come to an end on July 17, 2021 in New York City, Singer Paul Stanley made the announcement during their performance on the KISS Kruise over the weekend, while revealing 75...
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Eddie Vedder, Red Hot Chili Peppers Cover Hendrix, Prince

Eddie Vedder and the Red Hot Chili Peppers teamed up for some epic covers during a fun night of music in Los Angeles. The Pearl Jam frontman joined Anthony Kiedis and company for Jimi Hendrix ’s version of “All Along the Watchtower” and Prince ’s “Purple Rain.” The performances took place during...
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The Doors Share 50th Anniversary Mix of 1969 Single

In 1969, The Doors threw their fans a curveball, incorporating horns and strings on their fourth studio album The Soft Parade . There were some hits (“Touch Me”) and misses among the nine tracks on the LP, but The Doors proved they weren’t afraid to experiment while remaining nearly peerless in...
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Bon Jovi Releases New Single in Tribute to Vets and Their Service Dogs

Bon Jovi has shared their poignant new single “Unbroken,” which was written for the forthcoming documentary “To Be of Service.” The film is about veterans dealing with post-traumatic stress disorder with the help of service dogs, and all proceeds from downloads of the song will go to the Patriotic...
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Def Leppard Funko Pop! Figures Unveiled

Def Leppard has never let success go to their heads, until now. The “Rock of Ages” band is getting its own Funko Pop! Collection. The popular vinyl collectible company announced the collaboration this week: “Bring a massive soundwave of new wave British heavy metal to your collection with Pop! lead...
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