Joan Jett To Open For The Who's 50th Anniversary Tour

Joan Jett will open for the Who on their upcoming 50th anny tour, beginning April 15 in Tampa, Florida. "Having Joan Jett & the Blackhearts, a great American rock band, support us on our North American dates will ensure concert-goers a full night of entertainment," Roger Daltrey said in a statement announcing Jett's opening gig. "I love her."

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Joan Jett To Open For The Who's 50th Anniversary Tour

Joan Jett will open for the Who on their upcoming 50th anny tour, beginning April 15 in Tampa, Florida. "Having Joan Jett & the Blackhearts, a great American rock band, support us on our North American dates will ensure concert-goers a full night of entertainment," Roger Daltrey said in a statement announcing Jett's opening gig. "I love her."

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Joe Perry Speaks On Holiday EP And Aerosmith Plans

Joe Perry is prepping the release of his new holiday EP, Joe Perry's Merry Christmas, and says he was inspired to cut the record after stealing away a few minutes during his recent book tour. Speaking with Ultimate Classic Rock, the Aerosmith icon says he always hoped to record a holiday release and opened up on his band's future plans.

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Joe Perry Speaks On Holiday EP And Aerosmith Plans

Joe Perry is prepping the release of his new holiday EP, Joe Perry's Merry Christmas, and says he was inspired to cut the record after stealing away a few minutes during his recent book tour. Speaking with Ultimate Classic Rock, the Aerosmith icon says he always hoped to record a holiday release and opened up on his band's future plans.

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Stevie Wonder Welcomes Ninth Child With Girlfriend

Stevie Wonder is a dad for the ninth time. Wonder, who is 64, and his girlfriend, Tomeeka Robyn Bracy, welcomed their daughter Nia. The child's birth comes after a series of rumors that the couple were expecting triplets, which the singer denied last month. He also noted that his daughter's name was chosen because it means "purpose." No other details of their daughter's birth have been rel

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Stevie Wonder Welcomes Ninth Child With Girlfriend

Stevie Wonder is a dad for the ninth time. Wonder, who is 64, and his girlfriend, Tomeeka Robyn Bracy, welcomed their daughter Nia. The child's birth comes after a series of rumors that the couple were expecting triplets, which the singer denied last month. He also noted that his daughter's name was chosen because it means "purpose." No other details of their daughter's birth have been rel

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Bumblefoot Exiting Guns N' Roses For Solo Career

Guns N' Roses member Bumblefoot has announced plans to split off from the group to focus on his solo career. He hinted at a move during a recent press event in New York to promote his forthcoming solo release. "I'm focusing on my stuff," he told attendees.

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Bumblefoot Exiting Guns N' Roses For Solo Career

Guns N' Roses member Bumblefoot has announced plans to split off from the group to focus on his solo career. He hinted at a move during a recent press event in New York to promote his forthcoming solo release. "I'm focusing on my stuff," he told attendees.

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Pete Townshend Says KISS Are A 'Very American Phenomenon'

KISS have long identified themselves as fans of the Who, but Pete Townshend says the face-painted rockers never would have taken off in England. During a recent interview with Ultimate Classic Rock, Townshend says that KISS are American to their very core.

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Pete Townshend Says KISS Are A 'Very American Phenomenon'

KISS have long identified themselves as fans of the Who, but Pete Townshend says the face-painted rockers never would have taken off in England. During a recent interview with Ultimate Classic Rock, Townshend says that KISS are American to their very core.

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Lynyrd Skynyrd To Reissue First Six Albums On Vinyl

Lynyrd Skynyrd's first five studio albums, and one live album, are set to be reissued in a new self-titled vinyl box set. The box set contains Lynyrd Skynyrd (1973), Second Helping (1974), Nuthin' Fancy (1975), Gimme Back My Bullets (1976), One More From The Road (1976) and Street Survivors (1977).

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Lynyrd Skynyrd To Reissue First Six Albums On Vinyl

Lynyrd Skynyrd's first five studio albums, and one live album, are set to be reissued in a new self-titled vinyl box set. The box set contains Lynyrd Skynyrd (1973), Second Helping (1974), Nuthin' Fancy (1975), Gimme Back My Bullets (1976), One More From The Road (1976) and Street Survivors (1977).

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Dennis DeYoung Speaks On Styx's Rock Hall Snub

Styx rocker Dennis DeYoung has opened up about the band's recent omission from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. In a recent post to Facebook, DeYoung notes that Styx is unfortunately one of a class of bands that have never been popular with certain types of music industry tastemakers.

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Dennis DeYoung Speaks On Styx's Rock Hall Snub

Styx rocker Dennis DeYoung has opened up about the band's recent omission from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. In a recent post to Facebook, DeYoung notes that Styx is unfortunately one of a class of bands that have never been popular with certain types of music industry tastemakers.

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Brian May Says Adam Lambert Has A Greater Vocal Range Than Freddie Mercury

Brian May has opened up about his experience of performing live with Adam Lambert, saying that the young singer reaches vocal high notes never even attempted by Freddie Mercury. During a recent interview with Ultimate Classic Rock, May said that Lambert fell into the role with ease.

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Brian May Says Adam Lambert Has A Greater Vocal Range Than Freddie Mercury

Brian May has opened up about his experience of performing live with Adam Lambert, saying that the young singer reaches vocal high notes never even attempted by Freddie Mercury. During a recent interview with Ultimate Classic Rock, May said that Lambert fell into the role with ease.

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Pink Floyd Top List Of Best Surgery Music

Pink Floyd's "Comfortably Numb" has been named the best song of all-time to have playing during surgery, according to a new study. The new study, conducted by Cardiff University Hospital, asked doctors to pick the best and worst songs for playing in the operating theater while conducting surgery.

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Pink Floyd Top List Of Best Surgery Music

Pink Floyd's "Comfortably Numb" has been named the best song of all-time to have playing during surgery, according to a new study. The new study, conducted by Cardiff University Hospital, asked doctors to pick the best and worst songs for playing in the operating theater while conducting surgery.

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