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Robert Plant Peforms First Post-Pandemic Show With New Band
This was singer's first concert in 19 months.
Bob Dylan Delivers Intimate Virtual Concert, ‘Shadow Kingdom’
If you've ever wondered what it would be like to see Bob Dylan play live in a speakeasy, 'Shadow Kingdom' offers a glimpse.
Watch Foo Fighters Cover Bee Gees’ ‘You Should Be Dancing’
Clip comes just a few days ahead of the band's alter-ego album 'Hail Satin.'
10 Facts About Fleetwood Mac’s 1975 Self-Titled Album
This wasn't a debut album but with new members and a new musical direction, it could just as well have been.
Yes Announce First New Album in Seven Years, ‘The Quest’
Two-disc set follows 2014's 'Heaven & Earth.'
Former Uriah Heep Frontman John Lawton Dead at 74
Singer also worked with Lucifer's Friend and the Les Humphries Singers in the early '70s.
15 Years Ago: The Beatles’ ‘Love’ Premieres in Las Vegas
George Harrison came up with the idea for one of the grandest Fab Four tributes ever created.
Wanda Jackson Announces New Joan Jett-Produced Album, ‘Encore’
The rock and roll pioneer has announced an upcoming LP featuring several duets with contemporary singers.
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, ‘Angel Dream': Album Review
New LP reimagines 1996's 'She's the One' with four previously unreleased recordings.
Metallica Announce New Book, ‘The Black Album in Black and White’
Photo volume highlights band's working process and tour in support of breakthrough LP.
Latest Rock Hall of Fame Candidates: Five Best 2022 Options
The 2022 nominations won't arrive for some time, but it's good to be prepared.
How Tom Petty’s ‘Learning to Fly’ Became a Quiet Redemption Song
Lead single from 'Into the Great Wide Open' presented a subtle spirit of determination.