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Mick Jagger on Rolling Stones’ Future: ‘Anything Could Happen’
“If things are good next year and everyone's feeling good about touring, I'm sure we'll do shows,” singer says ahead of No Filter trek.
35 Years Ago: Genesis and Alumni Place Five Songs in Hot 100
The May 31, 1986, chart featured "Invisible Touch" alongside singles by Peter Gabriel, Phil Collins, GTR and Mike + the Mechanics.
Genesis Announce North American Dates for Reunion Tour
Trek will follow previously booked dates in Ireland and the U.K.
Roger Waters Announces New 2022 Dates for Postponed Tour
Songwriter will play new songs and material from Pink Floyd's "golden era" during trek, which he delayed due to the pandemic.
Underrated Steely Dan: The Most Overlooked Song From Each Album
We did the dirty work for you, highlighting one song from each of the band's nine studio LPs.
The 10 Most Underrated Yes Songs
Some of the prog-rock band's most interesting moments are deep cuts and semi-obscure tracks.
Dave Grohl, Krist Novoselic, Pat Smear Sometimes Jam as Nirvana
Grohl confirmed that the trio "recorded some stuff" at the house where Foo Fighters tracked 'Medicine at Midnight' LP.
Revisiting John Lennon’s Frustrating ‘Live in New York City’ LP
Posthumous album collected songs from former Beatle's two final live shows.
Tedeschi Trucks Band Announce Home Performance Series
Six-episode Fireside Sessions will showcase band in combinations ranging from two to eight members
Bruce Springsteen Makes TV Commercial Debut in Super Bowl Jeep Ad
Clip, which songwriter scored with producer Ron Aniello, focuses on achieving a "ReUnited States of America."
Bruce Springsteen Teases ‘Big Surprise’ for Fans in 2021
"I have some projects coming up this year that I won't tell 'cause it's going to be a secret," he told SiriusXM.
Jimmy Page Shares Rare XYZ-Era ‘Rock and Ruin’ Demo
Track marks 40th anniversary of sessions with then-former Yes members Chris Squire and Alan White.