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Today the audio tracks from Queen’s epic Live Aid performance at Wembley Stadium (July, 1985) are being released for the first time ever as part of the soundtrack for the highly anticipated biopic Bohemian Rhapsody. Alongside the show-stopping Live Aid performances of “Bohemian Rhapsody,” “Radio Ga Ga,” “Hammer To Fall” and “We Are The Champions,” … Continue reading “Bohemian Rhapsody” Movie Soundtrack Released Today
The saga of Fleetwood Mac continues to unfold with the news that ousted member Lindsey Buckingham is suing his former bandmates. The guitarist is seeking what he believes would have been his share of income from the band’s upcoming tour. Buckingham was reportedly asked to leave the band because he couldn’t commit to a touring … Continue reading Lindsey Buckingham Sues Fleetwood Mac
Days after the announcement of their first ever Rock and Roll Hall of Fame nomination, Def Leppard have released a brand new original song, “We All Need Christmas”. A delicate acoustic ballad, the track proves fireside-ready with its uplifting, hopeful spirit and sense of seasonal soul. Hear it in the video player below. The tune … Continue reading Hear Def Leppard’s New Song, ‘We All Need Christmas’
In the summer of 1984 Alan Frew, Sam Reid, Al Connelly, Wayne Parker and Michael Hanson, going by the band name Tokyo, launched their career at Toronto’s Maple Leaf Gardens opening for Boy George and Culture Club. Their dynamic, original sound perfectly captured the essence of the mid 80’s and led them to signing a … Continue reading Throwback Video: Glass Tiger – “Someday”
A recently unearthed collection of Glen Campbell recordings will be released next month, it was announced today. Glen Campbell Sings For The King is due out on November 16th via Capitol/UMe. The 18 songs featured on the album were originally recorded between 1964 and 1968 when Campbell, in between recording sessions with the Wrecking Crew, touring with … Continue reading Lost Glen Campbell Album to be Released Next Month
Last week marked the one-year anniversary of the passing of Tom Petty. For those of us in the rock community, it’s been a difficult few years as several icons from David Bowie to Glenn Frey to Prince have departed this earth. But this is nothing new in rock ‘n roll. Our stars have been dying … Continue reading Why Dead Rock Stars Get More Popular Over Time
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