Rock

Colin Dieden enjoys an indie darling reputation built on the back of his tenure fronting popular indie act The Mowglis. The tours, successful releases, and acclaim showered on him and his bandmates, however, didn’t quell the restless need within to express himself in a different way. Dieden acted on it, at last, in 2019 when
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The latest setlist for Roxy Music‘s reunion tour has been shared online – check it out along with live performance footage below. Roxy Music’s UK and North American tour, which kicked off on September 7 at Toronto’s Scotiabank Arena, marks the first time that bandmembers Bryan Ferry, Andy Mackay, Phil Manzanera and Paul Thompson have
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Peter Frampton is preparing for the end of his touring career. He’ll perform a series of concerts in the U.K. and Europe in November that are rescheduled dates from 2020. In a new interview with Classic Rock (via Guitar.com), the guitarist revealed that he’ll perform these upcoming shows seated, due to the progression of his
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Phil Soussan has apologised to Nikki Sixx after criticising Mötley Crue‘s recent performance in Las Vegas. Mötley Crue wrapped up their 2022 North American ‘Stadium Tour’ at Vegas’ Allegiant Stadium on September 9. Joan Jett & The Blackhearts, Poison and Def Leppard all opened for the group at the gigs. READ MORE: Pam & Tommy review: sex
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Playing good music is often the antidote to getting through a long workday. Another option is writing a song about the workday itself. Still, the average workday for a rock star isn’t quite the same as it is for normal people, but that doesn’t mean they don’t know what it feels like to be stuck on
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Crowded House have shared details for the rescheduled North American leg of their ‘Dreamers Are Waiting’ tour, now set to commence in 2023. Kicking off in Canada at Vancouver’s Orpheum, Crowded House will then undertake a further 17 shows throughout the month, including two back-to-back performances at Los Angeles’ Wiltern. Find all dates below. The
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Cameron Crowe’s Singles wasn’t popular enough to be an unambiguous inspiration for the TV mega-hit Friends. But, looking back, the pieces are there. The 20-something leads of the 1992 film, Crowe’s follow-up to 1989’s Say Anything, all live in the same quirkily set-dressed building, hang out at the same hip coffee shop (where at least one of the
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Twisted Sister had an interesting motto which spoke to their ethos: They “looked like women, talked like men and played like motherfuckers.” Under the Blade arrived on Sept. 18, 1982, as proof – even if they wouldn’t breakout until 1984’s Stay Hungry. Twisted Sister had already learned how to utilize everything they learned as a
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Spoon‘s Britt Daniel joined Interpol on stage this week – watch them perform ‘Next Exit’ together below. The two bands are currently on a co-headlining coast-to-coast North American tour, dubbed ‘Lights, Camera, Factions’, which ends this weekend (September 17-18) with two shows at the Pioneer Courthouse Square in Portland, Oregon. On Wednesday (September 14), they
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Perhaps more than any other rock band, Deep Purple proved that a group of musicians could undergo consistent and even traumatic turnover, yet still achieve remarkable success over a long span of time. We’ve brought all of their incarnations together in this gallery of Deep Purple Lineup Changes. Since the release of their 1968 debut,
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