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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The Who Postpones London Dates Due To Roger Daltrey's Throat Infection

Roger Daltrey's throat infection has led the Who to cancel its London dates. The band was slated to perform at the O2 Arena on December 17 and 18. Those shows have been moved to March 22 and March 23 to allow Daltrey to recover and rest his voice. A statement from the band explained, "The band and their management wish to sincerely apologise to all ticket holders."

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The Who Postpones London Dates Due To Roger Daltrey's Throat Infection

Roger Daltrey's throat infection has led the Who to cancel its London dates. The band was slated to perform at the O2 Arena on December 17 and 18. Those shows have been moved to March 22 and March 23 to allow Daltrey to recover and rest his voice. A statement from the band explained, "The band and their management wish to sincerely apologise to all ticket holders."

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Bob Seger Performs 'All Of The Roads' On Letterman

Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band took to the stage of the Late Show With David Letterman to perform the track "All Of the Roads" earlier this week. In addition to performing the track, taken off of his Ride Out album, Seger sat down with show host David Letterman to discuss a number of topics.

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Bob Seger Performs 'All Of The Roads' On Letterman

Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band took to the stage of the Late Show With David Letterman to perform the track "All Of the Roads" earlier this week. In addition to performing the track, taken off of his Ride Out album, Seger sat down with show host David Letterman to discuss a number of topics.

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AC/DC Sell Out Wembley Stadium In Less Than 60 Minutes

AC/DC has already sold out their Wembley Stadium concert scheduled for next summer with all 72,500 tickets selling in under 60 minutes. The band will play Wembley as part of three United Kingdom dates in London, Glasgow and Dublin next year. They will also play Glasgow's Hampden Park on June 28 and Aviva Stadium in Dublin on July 1.

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AC/DC Sell Out Wembley Stadium In Less Than 60 Minutes

AC/DC has already sold out their Wembley Stadium concert scheduled for next summer with all 72,500 tickets selling in under 60 minutes. The band will play Wembley as part of three United Kingdom dates in London, Glasgow and Dublin next year. They will also play Glasgow's Hampden Park on June 28 and Aviva Stadium in Dublin on July 1.

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Eric Singer Is Not Interested In KISS Without Gene Simmons Or Paul Stanley

KISS drummer Eric Singer has admitted he doesn't want to play in the band without Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley. "Everybody has broached that subject - meaning, like, fans," Singer told The Cassius Morris Show. "I'm sure you guys have heard comments through the years, the past few years, by people saying, 'Oh, I can see Kiss without Gene and Paul.'"

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Eric Singer Is Not Interested In KISS Without Gene Simmons Or Paul Stanley

KISS drummer Eric Singer has admitted he doesn't want to play in the band without Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley. "Everybody has broached that subject - meaning, like, fans," Singer told The Cassius Morris Show. "I'm sure you guys have heard comments through the years, the past few years, by people saying, 'Oh, I can see Kiss without Gene and Paul.'"

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Randy Bachman Announces Heavy Blues Album

Bachman Turner Overdrive's Randy Bachman has announced the impending release of a solo album called Heavy Blues. Randy says the record will reflect his "love of classic '60s blues rock." He adds that the record will feature "a blistering sound" as well as "a fierce and fearless collection of Bachman originals."

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Randy Bachman Announces Heavy Blues Album

Bachman Turner Overdrive's Randy Bachman has announced the impending release of a solo album called Heavy Blues. Randy says the record will reflect his "love of classic '60s blues rock." He adds that the record will feature "a blistering sound" as well as "a fierce and fearless collection of Bachman originals."

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