classic rock

Neil Young's Previously Unreleased 1974 Album ‘Homegrown’ Due Out This June

Nearly 46 years after it was originally recorded, Neil Young will finally be releasing his mythic album Homegrown. Recorded in 1974 and early 1975, Homegrown was intended to serve as a bridge between Young’s classic albums Harvest and Comes A Time.
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Watch Roger Waters and Touring Band Play Pink Floyd's 'Mother' While Social Distancing

The video is accompanied by a message from Roger that reads, “Social distancing is a necessary evil in COVID world. Watching ‘Mother’ reminds me just how irreplaceable the joy of being in a band is.”
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Now You Can Protect Yourself During COVID-19 Just Like DEVO, With Energy Dome Face Shields

’80s Alt-rock pioneers DEVO were not put on this Earth simply to help you “Whip It” good. They’re here to help you stay safe from the pandemic, too.
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Joy Division's Ian Curtis Died 40 Years Ago Today

Following ‘Unknown Pleasures,’ Joy Division recorded a follow-up album, ‘Closer.’ Leading up to a tour in support of the album, Curtis, who battled epilepsy and depression throughout his life, died by suicide the early morning of May 18, 1980.
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Where You Can Watch Drive-In Concerts Across the Country

Here’s a look at where drive-in concerts are taking places across the country and how you can watch them. With social distancing efforts in place and large gatherings prohibited for the foreseeable future, artists have started making plans to do so.
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Don Henley Raises More Than $30K for Food Bank by Writing Down the Lyrics to an Eagles Hit

Henley also donated an acoustic guitar signed by himself and the rest of the current Eagles lineup: Joe Walsh, Timothy B. Schmit, Deacon Frey and Vince Gill.
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13 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony Performances You Need to Watch

The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame has been uploading archival performances to their YouTube channel at a feverish clip. With hundreds of videos now available, we went through and found 13 performances to watch right away.
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Jethro Tull’s Ian Anderson Reveals Incurable Lung Disease

Jethro Tull’s Ian Anderson has gone public with his diagnosis of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. In an interview with Dan Rather on his AXS TV series The Big Interview, Anderson claimed his “days are numbered.”
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How to Watch Prince and the Revolution’s ‘Purple Rain Tour’ Livestream Concert

The 1985 concert film Prince and the Revolution: Live captured Prince’s legendary “Purple Rain Tour” and will be streaming for free. Beginning Thursday, May 14 at 8 PM ET, you can watch ‘Prince and the Revolution: Live’ right here.
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Moshing and Crowd Surfing Banned Under New Concert Safety Guidelines

While concerts will be different in the near future, fans hoping to hop in a mosh pit or crowd surf to the front row once venues open back up are in for a disappointmoint.
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