classic rock

Andrew Farriss of INXS looks back at 'X' after 30 years, and details his first solo EP

Andrew Farriss reflects on the 30th anniversary of INXS’ album ‘X.’ From recording the album, to dealing with the pressure that came with it, and his standout songs on the record, Farriss takes us inside the album.
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The Doobie Brothers just sent Bill Murray a cease and desist

Bill Murray was just served a cease and desist letter by attorneys for The Doobie Brothers claiming the actor has been using their song “Listen to the Music” without their permission.
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Bruce Springsteen shares the glory of therapy: 'It works'

Bruce Springsteen spoke with AARP Magazine recently and says he attends therapy sessions. “Once in a while, yeah — the talking cure — it works,” he tells the publication.
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Stevie Nicks Pens Touching Tribute To 'Hero' Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Stevie Nicks payed tribute to her “hero” and “political rock star” Ruth Bader Ginsburg, after the Supreme Court Justice died of complications from metastatic pancreatic cancer, Friday. She was 87.
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Van Morrison Releases 'Dangerous' Protest Songs Against Pandemic Lockdown

“I’m not telling people what to do or think, the government is doing a great job of that already,” says singer Van Morrison, criticizing the use of masks to help stop the spread of COVID-19. “It’s about freedom of choice…”
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Robert Plant Reveals Willie Nelson Has a 'Truckload' of Weed He Gives Away on Tour

Robert Plant recently shared a choice, classic rock memory on his podcast ‘Digging Deep with Robert Plant,’ in which Country legend Willie Nelson generously gave him ‘a whole lotta’ marijuana.
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Donald Trump Thinks This Guns N' Roses Classic Is 'Greatest Music Video of All Time'

White House reporter Jennifer Jacobs uncovered this bit of information in former press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders’ recently published book about the President’s love of the Guns N’ Roses song “November Rain.”
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Vinyl Sales Surpass CD Sales For The First Time Since 1986

The RIAA has published their 2020 mid-year revenue report and something has happened in music sales that hasn’t occurred since 1986 - vinyl has outsold CDs for the first time in 34 years.
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People Are Getting Through the Pandemic by Buying Guitars

The COVID-19 pandemic has spawned an unlikely comeback story as guitar sales have thrived and sent a much needed jolt into an industry that was struggling.
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Yes That's an Epic Edition of Pink Floyd's 'Eclipse' in the Trailer for 'Dune'

Due for release on December 18, the trailer is soundtracked with a new take on a familiar song. Prolific composer Hans Zimmer is scoring Dune and created a dark, apocalyptic soundscape through a new arrangement on the Pink Floyd classic “Eclipse.”
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