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More Rock at the Grammys

Anne Erickson
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01.23.2014

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A few major rock names have been added to the lineup of performers at this weekend’s Grammy Awards: Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl, Nine Inch Nails and Queens of the Stone Age. The three artists will perform together at the show’s finale, along with Fleetwood Mac’s Lindsey Buckingham, who performed on Nine Inch Nails’ latest studio album, Hesitation Marks.
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The Clash, Metallica Getting Covered by Shinedown Members

Anne Erickson
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01.23.2014

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Shinedown frontman Brent Smith and lead guitarist Zach Myers have joined forces to release a new EP as Smith & Myers called (Acoustic Sessions). The upcoming collection, due out digitally on Jan. 28, will feature acoustic cover versions of songs from Metallica, the Clash, Soul Asylum, Otis Redding, Kenny Wayne Shepherd and the Black Crowes.
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Bob Dylan’s Legendary 30th Anniversary Concert to be Reissued

Russell Hall
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01.22.2014

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A super-deluxe version of Bob Dylan’s legendary 30th anniversary concert is set for release on March 4. The star-studded event—which was originally broadcast on Pay-Per-View—took place at New York’s Madison Square Garden on October 16, 1992. Participating in the celebration was a massive assemblage of music royalty, including Neil Young, Eric Clapton, George Harrison, Lou Reed, Johnny Cash, Tom Petty and other acclaimed artists.
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Ringo Starr Remembers

Russell Hall
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01.22.2014

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On Monday night (Jan. 20), Ringo Starr was presented with a “Lifetime of Peace and Love Award," an honor bestowed by the David Lynch Foundation for Consciousness-Based Education and World Peace. Talking backstage at the El Rey Theater in Los Angeles, the former Beatle reminisced about the Fab Four’s 1964 debut appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show.
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U2 to Perform on Fallon Debut

Daniel Eriksson
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01.21.2014

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U2 are scheduled to be the first musical guest when Jimmy Fallon takes over The Tonight Show on February 17. Actor Will Smith will also be a guest on the premier episode. The Irish quartet are presumably on the show to promote their next album, which supposed to come out some time in the first half of the year.
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Metallica Getting Ready for Special Grammy Collaboration

Daniel Eriksson
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01.21.2014

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Metallica’s “One” combined with a classical piano - that can’t work can it?
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Springsteen to Start Selling Live Downloads

Daniel Eriksson
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01.21.2014

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Just in time for his upcoming tour Bruce Springsteen has announced that he will start offering audio downloads of each show. Fans will be able to purchase a USB wristband at the show, and within 48 hours they will be able to download a top quality audio copy of the concert to the wristband. Springsteen is following in the footsteps of Pearl Jam, who have given fans the opportunity to buy a live bootleg of the show they just saw for years.
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Audiofanzine Reviews the Gibson N-225

Peter Hodgson
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01.20.2014

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Audiofanzine has praised the Gibson N-225 for its sonic versatility and diversity, and the boldness of the design.
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Faces Reunion Might Happen Next Year

Daniel Eriksson
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01.20.2014

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There’s been a lot of talk about whether a Faces reunion would take place. Rod Stewart said yes, then keyboardist Ian McLagan said no. Now Faces drummer Kenney Jones says that a reunion might actually happen after all.
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New Steel Panther Album

Daniel Eriksson
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01.20.2014

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Comedic heavy metal band Steel Panther are getting ready to release album number three. The album, which is entitled All You Can Eat, will be released on April 1 through Universal Republic.
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