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    3 Doors Down Staying Acoustic...for Now
    3 Doors Down have just announced a massive tour that will kick off May 30 at the Table Mountain Casino in Friant, Calif., and continue for over three months before closing out Sept. 13 at the Kansas State Fair.
    The Who to Launch World Tour This Year, 'Hoping' for New Album
    The Who will kick off a tour in December, beginning with U.K. dates and continuing with shows in North America in 2015.
    R.E.M. Offering Never-Before-Released Unplugged Set for Record Store Day
    For the first time ever, the complete R.E.M. sessions from 1991 and 2001 are together in one package for Record Store Day, which takes place on April 19 this year.
    Robert Plant Bassist Billy Fuller Praises EB Four-String Bass
    Bassist Billy Fuller recently demonstrated how his brand new Gibson EB Four-String Bass came to the rescue as he was tracking a new song for his longtime boss, Robert Plant.
    Royal Bliss’ Taylor Richards: The Les Paul is the Only Fit for Me
    Royal Bliss first got together in the late-’90s in Salt Lake City and quickly became one of the hardest-working touring acts in the area. When it comes to the mix of melodic-yet-tough rock ‘n’ roll found on the band’s latest album, Chasing the Sun, guitarist Taylor Richards says the band’s songwriting process involves a lot of jamming.
    Brian Johnson Shoots Down AC/DC Rumors
    AC/DC’s Brian Johnson has shot down rumors the band was on the verge of retiring due to the ill health of one of its members.
    Producer-Songwriter Gordon Kennedy and Min-ETune™
    Grammy-winning musician and producer Gordon Kennedy recently showed how the Min-ETune™ allowed him to immediately nail a rhythm guitar riff while the idea was simmering hot.
    Check Out the New Gibson Memory Cable
    Ever come up with an awesome riff, only to realize you had no way to record it, and by the time you finally got hold of a recording device the notes where already gone from memory? Truth is, it's probably happened to all of us.
    Kinks Had to Record “You Really Got Me” Twice
    Lately there’s been quite a bit of talk about a Kinks reunion. Kinks guitarist Dave Davies has said that he has met up and jammed with his brother Ray recently, adding fuel to the fire that perhaps the band will reunite in conjunction with their 50th anniversary as a band.
    Led Zeppelin Debut Exclusive Track
    Led Zeppelin are getting ready to release remastered versions of their entire catalog. The band's first three albums will be released on June 3. The albums, which were remastered by Jimmy Page himself, will each contain bonus material. Now the band has released an exclusive track from the upcoming release. It's a live recording of "Good Times Bad Times/Communication Breakdown" from a concert at the Olympia in Paris on October 10, 1969.