Rush Will Take 2014 Off, May Tour In 2015

Rush have revealed that they are considering a world tour for 2015. The legendary prog-rockers will have notched 41 years in the music biz come 2015, and Alex Lifeson told Rolling Stone they may celebrate the landmark with a world tour.

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Rush Will Take 2014 Off, May Tour In 2015

Rush have revealed that they are considering a world tour for 2015. The legendary prog-rockers will have notched 41 years in the music biz come 2015, and Alex Lifeson told Rolling Stone they may celebrate the landmark with a world tour.

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The Eagles Add Additional Fall Dates To History Tour

The Eagles have added an additional string of dates to their History of the Eagles tour. The tour, which kicked off on July 6, will end with a new set of dates in Southern California after they return from their summer dates in Europe, with a show in Anaheim on October 3 and a show in San Diego on October 4. Tickets for the latest shows go on sale on March 29.

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The Eagles Add Additional Fall Dates To History Tour

The Eagles have added an additional string of dates to their History of the Eagles tour. The tour, which kicked off on July 6, will end with a new set of dates in Southern California after they return from their summer dates in Europe, with a show in Anaheim on October 3 and a show in San Diego on October 4. Tickets for the latest shows go on sale on March 29.

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AC/DC's Angus And Malcolm Young's First Album Being Reissued

Early recordings from Malcolm and Angus Young are getting a reissue. The Marcus Hook Roll Band formed in 1972 released three singles, all recorded at Abbey Road Studios in Europe. They later recorded a full length album with their older brother, George, which would be their first experience in the recording studio.

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AC/DC's Angus And Malcolm Young's First Album Being Reissued

Early recordings from Malcolm and Angus Young are getting a reissue. The Marcus Hook Roll Band formed in 1972 released three singles, all recorded at Abbey Road Studios in Europe. They later recorded a full length album with their older brother, George, which would be their first experience in the recording studio.

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Johnny Cash's Great-Niece Found Murdered

Courtney Cash, the great-niece of Johnny Cash, has been found dead in an apparent murder. Nashville's WSMV reports that Cash was found dead at her home on Rice Road in Putnam County, near Nashville, early this week. Her body was stuffed inside a wooden box.

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Johnny Cash's Great-Niece Found Murdered

Courtney Cash, the great-niece of Johnny Cash, has been found dead in an apparent murder. Nashville's WSMV reports that Cash was found dead at her home on Rice Road in Putnam County, near Nashville, early this week. Her body was stuffed inside a wooden box.

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Judas Priest Finishes Work On New Album

Judas Priest have finished their first new album since 2008's Nostradamus is done says fronter Rob Halford. Speaking with Loudwire, the singer says he's already had his first listen to the finished product: "The Priest album is finished. It's done. I just heard from the mastering sessions that [guitarist] Glenn [Tipton is] looking over in England, it's finished."

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Judas Priest Finishes Work On New Album

Judas Priest have finished their first new album since 2008's Nostradamus is done says fronter Rob Halford. Speaking with Loudwire, the singer says he's already had his first listen to the finished product: "The Priest album is finished. It's done. I just heard from the mastering sessions that [guitarist] Glenn [Tipton is] looking over in England, it's finished."

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John Lennon's 'Studio Pee' Letter Set For Auction

A letter in which John Lennon accuses Harry Nilsson and Who drummer Keith Moon of urinating on a studio console is set to hit the auction block. The letter was initially penned by Lennon and sent to Phil Spector; it explains that John and his band were being evicted from their studio space.

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John Lennon's 'Studio Pee' Letter Set For Auction

A letter in which John Lennon accuses Harry Nilsson and Who drummer Keith Moon of urinating on a studio console is set to hit the auction block. The letter was initially penned by Lennon and sent to Phil Spector; it explains that John and his band were being evicted from their studio space.

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Eddie Money Is Not A Fan Of Kenny Loggins

Eddie Money says that he is not pals with Kenny Loggins. In fact, the signer told morning show host Kidd Chris that Loggins never gave him credit for singing on the latter's hit record, I'm Alright. "I'm not a fan of Kenny Loggins to tell you the truth. I sang the bridge in that, we were label mates, you know - Kenny Loggins, I mean, how small can a guy be."

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Eddie Money Is Not A Fan Of Kenny Loggins

Eddie Money says that he is not pals with Kenny Loggins. In fact, the signer told morning show host Kidd Chris that Loggins never gave him credit for singing on the latter's hit record, I'm Alright. "I'm not a fan of Kenny Loggins to tell you the truth. I sang the bridge in that, we were label mates, you know - Kenny Loggins, I mean, how small can a guy be."

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Mick Jagger Speaks On Girlfriend L'Wren Scott's Suicide

Mick Jagger has opened up about the suicide of his longtime girlfriend L'Wren Scott. The fashion designer was found dead by hanging in her Manhattan apartment on Monday and Jagger says he is having a hard time understanding the death. "I am still struggling to understand how my lover and best friend could end her life in this tragic way," he began.

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Mick Jagger Speaks On Girlfriend L'Wren Scott's Suicide

Mick Jagger has opened up about the suicide of his longtime girlfriend L'Wren Scott. The fashion designer was found dead by hanging in her Manhattan apartment on Monday and Jagger says he is having a hard time understanding the death. "I am still struggling to understand how my lover and best friend could end her life in this tragic way," he began.

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Sammy Hagar And James Hetfield Organize All-Acoustic Benefit Concert

Sammy Hagar and James Hetfield of Metallica have organized an unplugged benefit called Acoustic-4-a-Cure in order to raise funds for the Pediatric Cancer Program at the Bay Area's UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital. The concert will also feature performances from Billie Joe Armstrong of Green Day, and roducer and musician Scott Mathews.

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Sammy Hagar And James Hetfield Organize All-Acoustic Benefit Concert

Sammy Hagar and James Hetfield of Metallica have organized an unplugged benefit called Acoustic-4-a-Cure in order to raise funds for the Pediatric Cancer Program at the Bay Area's UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital. The concert will also feature performances from Billie Joe Armstrong of Green Day, and roducer and musician Scott Mathews.

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