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Jack White Records Neil Young Vinyl on The Tonight Show

Daniel Eriksson
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05.13.2014

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We've previously reported on Jack White's record setting session, where he recorded a track live, pressed it to vinyl, and delivered it to customers at his Third Man Records store in less than four hours. Now White has been involved in a similar event, but on a national scale.
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Corgan Comparing Tommy Lee With Bonham

Daniel Eriksson
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05.13.2014

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Billy Corgan recently revealed that his band Smashing Pumpkins would be releasing two new albums in 2015. Now Corgan has announced that none other than Tommy Lee is recording all nine drum tracks for the upcoming Monuments To An Elegy. Corgan and Lee might seem like an odd pairing at first, but the two share an affinity for electronic music.
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Dave Grohl's Surprise Acoustic Show

Daniel Eriksson
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05.13.2014

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Imagine going out to eat, maybe expecting an unknown singer-songwriter as in-house entertainment, and all of a sudden one of the biggest rock stars in the world is performing a few feet from your table. That's what happened at the Bluebird Cafe in Nashville last week, when Dave Grohl showed up to play some songs!
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Jimmy Page Considering New Music

Peter Hodgson
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05.12.2014

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With the extensive Led Zeppelin remaster project making its way into the world, Jimmy Page’s thoughts are now turning to new music.
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Doug Aldrich Leaves Whitesnake

Peter Hodgson
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05.12.2014

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Guitarist Doug Aldrich has announced his departure from Whitesnake after more than a decade as David Coverdale’s right-hand man.
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Page and Plant Agree: Led Zeppelin is Over

Michael Leonard
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05.10.2014

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With the Led Zeppelin remasters and expanded deluxe album editions starting June 2014, there have been more persistent rumors the band may reform. Forget it.
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Chuck Berry Wins Music’s “Nobel” Prize

Michael Leonard
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05.09.2014

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The Gibson-toting rock’n’roll legend is one of two recipients chosen for 2014’s Polar Music Prize. The other is US opera and theatre director Peter Sellers.
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Study Concludes: Guitarists’ Brains Are “Different Than Everybody Else’s”

Michael Leonard
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05.09.2014

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Because we play guitar, we think we’re clever, don’t we? It turns out, we are! After two years research, Vanderbilt University in Germany has concluded that guitarists’ brain chemistry is somewhat unique.
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Chris Cornell Discusses Soundarden’s Famous Breakup

Anne Erickson
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05.08.2014

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Soundgarden appeared on DirectTV’s latest episode of Guitar Center Sessions, and during the show, frontman Chris Cornell fielded a very common question: Why did the band ever break up?
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Kiss’ Paul Stanley Adds Book-Signing Dates Across the US

Anne Erickson
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05.08.2014

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Paul Stanley’s new autobiography, Face the Music: A Life Exposed, debuted at No. 2 on The New York Times’ Best Sellers list for hardcover non-fiction, putting Stanley at the top of a non-music chart for a change. In the book, Stanley discusses his tough childhood and being born with only one ear.
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