Monthly Archives: July 2019

If you’ve loved the cover songs that the Dead Daisies have included on each of their albums, get set for ‘Locked and Loaded: The Covers Album.’ The Dead Daisies have always celebrated their personal connection to music history. They are music fans – fans of all styles of music. The covers that they’ve included
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In the “I can’t believe it happened” department, former Guess Who bandmates Randy Bachman and Burton Cummings reunited on Thursday, July 18th for a charity concert. It marked the first time the duo had performed together in a decade. The special event, Music Under the City Stars, a fundraiser in support of Canada’s
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Dream Theater have forged a formidable career pushing out their progressive metal music. While they are presently taking their music through Europe, they’ve also announced that they will soon be returning to North America for the next leg of their "The Distance Over Time Tour – Celebrating 20 Years of Scenes From A Memory." The North
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With 2020 almost in sight, and hardly two years since their last release, Stone Temple Pilots will bring forth new music in the new year. The band’s frontman Jeff Gutt confirmed that work on the new studio album has been completed, and it will arrive 2020. This will be Gutt's second album with STP after joining
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There are many musical acts from the 1980s who some people might have forgotten about because they’re not on the radio as much as once before. One such act is veteran rocker Quiet Riot will release a new studio album, ‘Hollywood Cowboys,’ on November 8. The track listing: 1. Don't Call It Love 2. In The Blood 3.
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It wasn’t that long ago that the music world finally received a full-length album from Greta Van Fleet. Now the hard-rocking band has confirmed that they are working on their second full-length album for a tentative late 2019 release. Band members Jake and Sam Kiszka were in conversation with New Musical Express at a festival
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