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Dave Matthews Pays Tribute to Pete Seeger

Anne Erickson
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01.30.2014

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Legendary folk musician Pete Seeger passed away Monday (Jan. 27) at the age of 94, and as it turns out, Seeger’s work inspired a young Dave Matthews. In a message posted on Rolling Stone’s official website, Matthews remembered the first concert he ever attended, which was actually a Pete Seeger show in upstate New York.
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Red Hot Chili Peppers Have NOT Released a New Song

Anne Erickson
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01.30.2014

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Despite what you may have heard, the Red Hot Chili Peppers have not released a new song.
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Gibson 120th Anniversary Inlay: Never to be Repeated

Anne Erickson
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01.30.2014

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Gibson Brands celebrates its 120th anniversary this year, and the occasion calls for a one-of-a-kind, never-to-be-repeated stamp on those 2014 Gibson models.
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Alice in Chains Announce Spring 2014 Tour Dates

Russell Hall
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01.29.2014

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Seattle-based rockers Alice in Chains have announced a spring tour beginning in late April that includes a number of stops in the south before sweeping through eastern states and then heading west.
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Black Sabbath ‘Down’ For Making More Music

Russell Hall
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01.29.2014

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Backstage during the Grammy festivities, Black Sabbath dropped tantalizing hints that more original music might be forthcoming in the not-too-distant future.
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Def Leppard man to Produce Black Star Riders

Daniel Eriksson
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01.29.2014

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Black Star Riders - the band featuring former Thin Lizzy members, released their first album All Hell Breaks Loose last year. After a successful tour, the band is now gearing up to record their sophomore effort.
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Motörhead Cancel Tour

Daniel Eriksson
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01.28.2014

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Motörhead have yet again been forced to pull the plug on their upcoming European tour, which was set to kick off on February 13 in Glasgow. The cancellation was announced through a statement on the band's website, citing frontman Lemmy Kilmister's ongoing health struggles as the reason for canceling the tour.
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Def Leppard to Re-Release “Slang”

Daniel Eriksson
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01.28.2014

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In 1996 Def Leppard released what is undoubtedly the band's most experimental album to date. Spurned on by the emergence of grunge, Def Leppard decided to abandon their tried and trusted formula of melodic hooks that had become their trademark over the past decade. Gone was the polished production by Mutt Lange, a man largely responsible for Def Leppard reaching massive success in the first place. Although Slang wasn't a hit in the same way as their previous releases, it was still very well received among the band's hard-core fan base.
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Folk Singer and Activist Pete Seeger Dead at 94

Daniel Eriksson
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01.28.2014

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Legendary folk singer, and activist Pete Seeger has passed away. Seeger died at the age of 94 at New York-Presbyterian Hospital on January 27. Seeger had his own television series in the 50s, and recorded the number one hit "Goodnight, Irene" with his band the Weavers. In the 1960s he was a proponent of the young Bob Dylan. Seeger was responsible for turning the spiritual “We Shall Overcome” in to an anthem for the American Civil Rights Movement.
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Todd Rundgren Receives Les Paul Award

Andrew Vaughan
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01.27.2014

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Todd Rundgren was honored with the prestigious Les Paul Award on Friday, January 24, 2014 at the 29th Annual Technical Excellence & Creativity Award held during the NAMM Convention in Anaheim, California.
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