Elton John's Las Vegas Show To Be Screened In Theaters For One Night

Million Dollar Piano, the film taken from Elton John's Las Vegas performance, will hit theaters worldwide on March 26 for one night only. Elton began the residency at the Colosseum in Caesar's Palace in 2011. It featured him playing the titular piano, which is complemented with 68 LED screens. A trailer for the film features Elton playing "Rocket Man."

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Elton John's Las Vegas Show To Be Screened In Theaters For One Night

Million Dollar Piano, the film taken from Elton John's Las Vegas performance, will hit theaters worldwide on March 26 for one night only. Elton began the residency at the Colosseum in Caesar's Palace in 2011. It featured him playing the titular piano, which is complemented with 68 LED screens. A trailer for the film features Elton playing "Rocket Man."

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Bryan Adams And Aerosmith To Play Kitchener Big Music Fest

Bryan Adams and Aerosmith are among the names confirmed for the upcoming Big Music Fest, which takes place in Kitchener, Ontario's McLennan Park from July 11-13. Adams headlines on July 12, while Aerosmith closes out the fest the following night. Other big acts slated to appear include Styx, Collective Soul, Moist and more.

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Bryan Adams And Aerosmith To Play Kitchener Big Music Fest

Bryan Adams and Aerosmith are among the names confirmed for the upcoming Big Music Fest, which takes place in Kitchener, Ontario's McLennan Park from July 11-13. Adams headlines on July 12, while Aerosmith closes out the fest the following night. Other big acts slated to appear include Styx, Collective Soul, Moist and more.

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Ted Nugent Paid Over $16,000 Not To Perform In Texas Town

Ted Nugent was paid over $16,000 by a Texas town to keep him from playing their annual July 4 event. The town of Longview, Texas had apparently entered into negotiations with the Motor City Mad Man and waited until he was already under contract before deciding to pull the plug.

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Ted Nugent Paid Over $16,000 Not To Perform In Texas Town

Ted Nugent was paid over $16,000 by a Texas town to keep him from playing their annual July 4 event. The town of Longview, Texas had apparently entered into negotiations with the Motor City Mad Man and waited until he was already under contract before deciding to pull the plug.

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Gregg Allman Misses Two Allman Brothers Shows Due To Bronchitis

Gregg Allman missed two shows scheduled for the Allman Brothers Band's current Beacon Theater run in New York City. The gigs, which took place Friday, March 21 and Saturday March 22, went on without Allman. For the Friday and Saturday shows, the band recruited Kofi Burbridge from the Tedeschi Trucks Band, and Rob Barraco of Dark Star Orchestra.

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Gregg Allman Misses Two Allman Brothers Shows Due To Bronchitis

Gregg Allman missed two shows scheduled for the Allman Brothers Band's current Beacon Theater run in New York City. The gigs, which took place Friday, March 21 and Saturday March 22, went on without Allman. For the Friday and Saturday shows, the band recruited Kofi Burbridge from the Tedeschi Trucks Band, and Rob Barraco of Dark Star Orchestra.

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Aerosmith And Slash To Launch 2014 U.S. Tour

Aerosmith and Slash have announced a joint tour. Guitarist Joe Perry hit Twitter to make the news official: "It's official- we just talked, AEROSMITH/SLASH USA tour confirmed!! Tickets on sale next few wks Soon as dates confirmed.LET ROCK RULE!" Shortly after Perry posted his tweet, Slash followed with one of his own: "Great news! We'll be touring the US with @Aerosmith..."

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Aerosmith And Slash To Launch 2014 U.S. Tour

Aerosmith and Slash have announced a joint tour. Guitarist Joe Perry hit Twitter to make the news official: "It's official- we just talked, AEROSMITH/SLASH USA tour confirmed!! Tickets on sale next few wks Soon as dates confirmed.LET ROCK RULE!" Shortly after Perry posted his tweet, Slash followed with one of his own: "Great news! We'll be touring the US with @Aerosmith..."

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ZZ Top's Billy Gibbons Defends Nickelback

ZZ Top legend Billy Gibbons has fired back against those who consistently disparage Canadian post-grunge rockers Nickelback. Billy appeared with the band on their 2005 track "Rockstar" and spoke with Ultimate Classic Rock about his experience with them. "'Rockstar' was quite an unexpected success," Gibbons began.

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ZZ Top's Billy Gibbons Defends Nickelback

ZZ Top legend Billy Gibbons has fired back against those who consistently disparage Canadian post-grunge rockers Nickelback. Billy appeared with the band on their 2005 track "Rockstar" and spoke with Ultimate Classic Rock about his experience with them. "'Rockstar' was quite an unexpected success," Gibbons began.

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Neil Young Used 20,000 Copies Of Comes A Time To Roof His Barn

Neil Young made a rather unique admission recently - that he once bought 20,000 copies of his album Comes A Time to shingle the roof of his barn. Young revealed that a "mastering error" on the 1978 album left him dissatisfied with the release and forced him to take the existing copies off the market.

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Neil Young Used 20,000 Copies Of Comes A Time To Roof His Barn

Neil Young made a rather unique admission recently - that he once bought 20,000 copies of his album Comes A Time to shingle the roof of his barn. Young revealed that a "mastering error" on the 1978 album left him dissatisfied with the release and forced him to take the existing copies off the market.

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Peter Criss Slams KISS For Not Playing For Fans At Rock Hall Induction

KISS will not play at their induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and that fact upsets Peter Criss, original drummer for the band. Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley previously announced that the group would forgo the performance because it could not feasibly include all former and present members of the group.

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Peter Criss Slams KISS For Not Playing For Fans At Rock Hall Induction

KISS will not play at their induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and that fact upsets Peter Criss, original drummer for the band. Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley previously announced that the group would forgo the performance because it could not feasibly include all former and present members of the group.

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Journey's Neal Schon Sets Date For Solo Album

Journey's Neal Schon has announced that his new solo album, So U, is due May 19th in Europe and on May 20th in North America. Schon has teamed up with Black Star Riders's bassist Marco Mendoza and Journey drummer Deen Castronovo for the 9-song project.

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Journey's Neal Schon Sets Date For Solo Album

Journey's Neal Schon has announced that his new solo album, So U, is due May 19th in Europe and on May 20th in North America. Schon has teamed up with Black Star Riders's bassist Marco Mendoza and Journey drummer Deen Castronovo for the 9-song project.

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