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  1. Paul McCartney Announces World Tour Dates With More To Come

    Great news for music fans this morning as Sir Paul McCartney has announced a few more details of his 2013 world tour, officially titled “Out There!”. Not only that, but the man has also been working on a brand new record, the follow up to 2012’s “Kisses On The Bottom.” The living music legend has only announced two tour dates...
  2. Joe Satriani Set To Sell Gear From Private Collection

    Satriani's new album UnstoppableMomentum due out May 7, 2013. With a new album on the way and Chickenfoot currently on hiatus pending their next move, it seems Joe Satriani has been doing a little spring cleaning – he's clearing out over 65 items from his private collection including Gibson Custom Shop gear. Satriani has called in Bananas At Large in...
  3. David Bowie Lands UK Number One Record After 20 Year Drought

    Album art for "The Next Day." Well, the fact that his latest record has landed at the top stop isn’t as much of a surprise as how long he had been away from there but anyways, David Bowie has earned his first UK number 1 album in 20 years. The Official Charts Company reports Bowie’ s “The Next Day” also...
  4. Eddie Van Halen to Appear on LL Cool J's Upcoming Album

    Eddie and LL in the recording studio for the rapper'sforthcoming album, "Authentic."  How is everyone doing this Monday morning after St Paddy’s Day? Well, hopefully a lot better than some of our coworkers around here who had a bit too much green beer last night. It seems as though Eddie Van Halen and LL Cool J will be teaming up...
  5. Fan Falls To Death After Attempting To Gain Access To Volbeat Concert

    New guitarist Rob Caggiano was among several bystanders who witnessed the tragedy.  Startling news this week in the rock world as a 39-year-old Volbeat fan died after attempting to enter the band’s concert soon after being denied access in Texas on Monday night. Officials say that Jubal Colvin was initially refused entry by security guards at the Lonestar Event Center in...