classic rock

Stevie Nicks shares the last time she talked to Lindsey Buckingham

Singer Stevie Nicks is getting set to release a brand new solo single this month, titled “Show Them The Way,” and in the lead-up, she spoke with the Los Angeles Times about the new track and her upcoming live concert release, ‘24 Karat Gold.’
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Elton John admits John Lennon was 'physically sick' before their performance together

Despite being in one of the most famous bands in the world in The Beatles, John Lennon reportedly was so nervous to take the stage with Elton John that he was physically sick.
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'I Am Woman' Icon Helen Reddy dies at 78

Helen Reddy, a singer, actress, and activist most famous for her 1972 song “I Am Woman” has passed away at the age of 78. Reddy suffered from Addison’s disease and dementia towards the end of her life.
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The Bill Murray, Doobie Brothers' legal battle continues with new tweets

Members of the iconic classic rock band eviscerated funnyman Bill Murray on Twitter, posting a cease and desist letter to his golf apparel company for illegally using their track “Listen to the Music” in William Murray Golf company commercials.
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New David Bowie biopic 'Stardust' to premiere in theaters and on demand in November

The new David Bowie biopic Stardust, which focuses on the events that inspired the rock legend to create his Ziggy Stardust persona, will premiere on November 25 in theaters and on demand.
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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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BBC Radio special to feature Paul McCartney, Elton John chatting about John Lennon with John's son Sean

The program, which will commemorate what would’ve been John Lennon’s 80th birthday, will air on the BBC Radio 2 channel on October 3 and October 4, and each episode will run an hour.
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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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