Earlier today, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame announced a new round of presenters and performers who will take the stage at the 2013 induction ceremony on Thursday, April 18. Legendary rockers Jackson Browne and John Fogerty have been added to the evening's star-studded performance roster.
Since its release in 1973, Pink Floyd's 'The Dark Side Of The Moon' has become one of the best-selling records of all time. The album is certified for sales of more than 15 million in the United States alone, and stayed on Billboard's Top 200 for 741 weeks. It celebrates its 40th anniversary this month.
Former Led Zeppelin vocalist Robert Plant has announced his first 2013 American show with his backing band, Sensational Space Shifters. Plant and the Space Shifters will be performing at the inaugural JamBase Live Festival, taking place July 5-6 at the Gorge Amphitheatr
In another ten days time, British classic rock band Def Leppard will become residents of Las Vegas. The acclaimed group is getting set to launch their 'Viva! Hysteria and More' show a 11-date run at The Joint in the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Sin City.
On March 11, 1997, at the age of 54, former Beatles and Wings member Paul McCartney received one of Britain's highest honors when he was knighted by Queen Elizabeth II. The centuries-old ceremony, officially bestows the title of "Sir" upon all fortunate enough to receive the designation.
Currently in the studio recording their highly-anticipated reunion album, heavy metal pioneers Black Sabbath have released a 25-minute video clip of the group's 1975 performance on 'Don Kirshner's Rock Concert' that reminds fans of just how great classic Sabbath really were.
Earlier this month, it was announced that Def Leppard would be joining Rock n Roll Fantasy Camp in Las Vegas from April 4 through 7. Just yesterday, two other music heavyweights have been confirmed for the April 18 through 21 edition of the camp: Brian Wilson and Jeff Beck.
This morning (Feb. 26), David Bowie released The Stars (Are Out Tonight),' the second single from his highly anticipated forthcoming record 'The Next Day.' Compared to 'Where Are We Now?', the song is an edgy change of pace, returning Bowie to the realm of rock.
Forget Bieber-mania. It's time for David Bowie mania. With the release of his new album 'The Next Day' due next month, it seems as though everybody -- including 'X Factor' boss Simon Cowell -- wants a piece of rock's legendary chameleon.
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