The Doors Releasing Special Record Store Day Vinyl

Fans of The Doors will have something new to look forward to on this years' Record Store Day. That something new is a Record Store Day exclusive entitled Weird Scenes Inside the Goldmine, a reissue of the 1972 Elektra Records release on amber vinyl. This was the second compilation from the Doors and the first release following the death of Jim Morrison.

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The Doors Releasing Special Record Store Day Vinyl

Fans of The Doors will have something new to look forward to on this years' Record Store Day. That something new is a Record Store Day exclusive entitled Weird Scenes Inside the Goldmine, a reissue of the 1972 Elektra Records release on amber vinyl. This was the second compilation from the Doors and the first release following the death of Jim Morrison.

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Paul McCartney Announces U.S. Summer Tour Dates

Paul McCartney is hitting the road this summer and has announced a handful of new U.S. tour dates. Dubbed The Out There World Tour, the first four stops of the new trek include June 19 in New Orleans, June 26 in Louisville, Ky., July 5 in Albany, N.Y. and July 7 in Pittsburgh. Additional U.S. shows are expected to be announced soon.

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Paul McCartney Announces U.S. Summer Tour Dates

Paul McCartney is hitting the road this summer and has announced a handful of new U.S. tour dates. Dubbed The Out There World Tour, the first four stops of the new trek include June 19 in New Orleans, June 26 in Louisville, Ky., July 5 in Albany, N.Y. and July 7 in Pittsburgh. Additional U.S. shows are expected to be announced soon.

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Slash Finishes Work On Third Album

Slash has finished work on his third solo album and is set to reveal the release date soon. According to Classic Rock magazine, the rocker has 17 tracks - one instrumental plus sixteen with vocals. He noted that he has a handful of working titles: "I Wanna Pull Your Hair," "It Puts The Lotion On Its Skynyrd," "Cheap Dick," "Manual Automation," "You're The Truth," and "Dirty Girl."

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Slash Finishes Work On Third Album

Slash has finished work on his third solo album and is set to reveal the release date soon. According to Classic Rock magazine, the rocker has 17 tracks - one instrumental plus sixteen with vocals. He noted that he has a handful of working titles: "I Wanna Pull Your Hair," "It Puts The Lotion On Its Skynyrd," "Cheap Dick," "Manual Automation," "You're The Truth," and "Dirty Girl."

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Aerosmith Drummer Says Axl Rose Is Holding GNR Fans 'Hostage'

On the eve of Aerosmith's upcoming tour with Slash, drummer Joey Kramer says that Axl Rose is holding Guns N' Roses fans "hostage" by taking over the band name. During a recent interview with Blog Talk Radio, he said it's unfair of the frontman to ignore the other founding members.

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Aerosmith Drummer Says Axl Rose Is Holding GNR Fans 'Hostage'

On the eve of Aerosmith's upcoming tour with Slash, drummer Joey Kramer says that Axl Rose is holding Guns N' Roses fans "hostage" by taking over the band name. During a recent interview with Blog Talk Radio, he said it's unfair of the frontman to ignore the other founding members.

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Christine McVie's Return To Fleetwood Mac Spurs Spike In Album Sales

Christine McVie's return to Fleetwood Mac has spawned a renewed interest in the band's back catalog. According to Billboard, physical sales of the band's records have spiked 33 percent while digital sales have jumped 53 percent since word broke of her reunion with the band.

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Christine McVie's Return To Fleetwood Mac Spurs Spike In Album Sales

Christine McVie's return to Fleetwood Mac has spawned a renewed interest in the band's back catalog. According to Billboard, physical sales of the band's records have spiked 33 percent while digital sales have jumped 53 percent since word broke of her reunion with the band.

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Paul Stanley Says Frehley And Criss Showed Anti-Semitic And Racist Behavior

Paul Stanley called out his former KISS bandmates Ace Frehley and Peter Criss for anti-Semitic and racist behavior. The guitarist made the revelations in his new memoir Face the Music: A Life Exposed.

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Paul Stanley Says Frehley And Criss Showed Anti-Semitic And Racist Behavior

Paul Stanley called out his former KISS bandmates Ace Frehley and Peter Criss for anti-Semitic and racist behavior. The guitarist made the revelations in his new memoir Face the Music: A Life Exposed.

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Paul Stanley Says Frehley And Criss Showed Anti-Semitic And Racist Behavior

Paul Stanley called out his former KISS bandmates Ace Frehley and Peter Criss for anti-Semitic and racist behavior. The guitarist made the revelations in his new memoir Face the Music: A Life Exposed.

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Paul Stanley Says Frehley And Criss Showed Anti-Semitic And Racist Behavior

Paul Stanley called out his former KISS bandmates Ace Frehley and Peter Criss for anti-Semitic and racist behavior. The guitarist made the revelations in his new memoir Face the Music: A Life Exposed.

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Brian May And Kerry Ellis Talk About Releasing The Candlelight Concerts

Queen guitarist Brian May recently released The Candlelight Concerts - Live at Montreux 2013, a collab with Broadway star Kerry Ellis featuring a host of Queen covers as well as some old standards. Speaking with Ultimate Classic Rock May complimented Ellis' unique approach to vocals: "Kerry is very different from most other successful singers today."

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Brian May And Kerry Ellis Talk About Releasing The Candlelight Concerts

Queen guitarist Brian May recently released The Candlelight Concerts - Live at Montreux 2013, a collab with Broadway star Kerry Ellis featuring a host of Queen covers as well as some old standards. Speaking with Ultimate Classic Rock May complimented Ellis' unique approach to vocals: "Kerry is very different from most other successful singers today."

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Neal Schon Says Steve Perry Wanted Journey To 'Sit Still And Not Do Anything'

Journey guitarist Neal Schon has spoken out following the dissolution of the band's rumored reunion with original singer Steve Perry. Talking to Classic Rock magazine, Schon said that Perry left the group in the mid 90s of his own accord: "He chose not to perform. He didn't want to sing with us. He didn't want to do a record. He didn't want to do anything."

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Neal Schon Says Steve Perry Wanted Journey To 'Sit Still And Not Do Anything'

Journey guitarist Neal Schon has spoken out following the dissolution of the band's rumored reunion with original singer Steve Perry. Talking to Classic Rock magazine, Schon said that Perry left the group in the mid 90s of his own accord: "He chose not to perform. He didn't want to sing with us. He didn't want to do a record. He didn't want to do anything."

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