Aerosmith Cover Beatles At Download Festival

Aerosmith covered the Beatles' classic "Come Together" at the Download Festival over the weekend. The cut came along with a bevy of A-Smith classics including "Janie's Got A Gun," "Don't Wanna Miss a Thing," and "Walk This Way." At one point, Steven Tyler defied organizers by playing past the curfew: "F**k the curfew, let's do one more," he yelled as the crowd cheered him on.

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Aerosmith Cover Beatles At Download Festival

Aerosmith covered the Beatles' classic "Come Together" at the Download Festival over the weekend. The cut came along with a bevy of A-Smith classics including "Janie's Got A Gun," "Don't Wanna Miss a Thing," and "Walk This Way." At one point, Steven Tyler defied organizers by playing past the curfew: "F**k the curfew, let's do one more," he yelled as the crowd cheered him on.

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Rush Receive Honorary Doctorates From Canadian University

Geddy Lee, Neil Peart and Alex Lifeson of Rush all received honorary doctorates from Ontario, Canada's Nipissing University. The band recorded acceptance speeches that were shown on video during the college's 2014 commencement. Lee joked in his speech that the honor came as something of a surprise: "Imagine a high school dropout - and a rock musician no less . . ."

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Rush Receive Honorary Doctorates From Canadian University

Geddy Lee, Neil Peart and Alex Lifeson of Rush all received honorary doctorates from Ontario, Canada's Nipissing University. The band recorded acceptance speeches that were shown on video during the college's 2014 commencement. Lee joked in his speech that the honor came as something of a surprise: "Imagine a high school dropout - and a rock musician no less . . ."

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Don Felder Says 'Hotel California' Solo Almost Didn't Happen

Former Eagles guitarist Don Felder has opened up about the recording of "Hotel California," explaining to Rock Cellar that he and Don Henley had different ideas about how the guitar solos would be done: "I started and played a lick and Don Henley went 'stop, that's not right.' And I said 'what do you mean it's not right, we're just gonna make these solos up.'"

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Don Felder Says 'Hotel California' Solo Almost Didn't Happen

Former Eagles guitarist Don Felder has opened up about the recording of "Hotel California," explaining to Rock Cellar that he and Don Henley had different ideas about how the guitar solos would be done: "I started and played a lick and Don Henley went 'stop, that's not right.' And I said 'what do you mean it's not right, we're just gonna make these solos up.'"

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KISS Planning Las Vegas Residency?

KISS might be the next band to take up residency in Las Vegas, following in the footsteps of Motley Crue, Def Leppard and Guns N' Roses. Rumors have been swirling after signs were spotted around Las Vegas showing photos of the band and the text, "Coming Fall 2014," with the social media accounts for the Hard Rock Hotel listed.

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KISS Planning Las Vegas Residency?

KISS might be the next band to take up residency in Las Vegas, following in the footsteps of Motley Crue, Def Leppard and Guns N' Roses. Rumors have been swirling after signs were spotted around Las Vegas showing photos of the band and the text, "Coming Fall 2014," with the social media accounts for the Hard Rock Hotel listed.

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Rolling Stones Return To Play Historic Berlin Concert After 50 Years

After a nearly 50 year absence the Rolling Stones returned to Berlin, playing a concert at the city's Waldbühne. According to organizers, 22,000 tickets for the show sold out in within minutes. Klaus Meine, singer for the Scorpions, was in the crowd, and told Euronews that he was looking forward to the gig: "I am looking forward to an awesome concert. Great mood here . . ."

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Rolling Stones Return To Play Historic Berlin Concert After 50 Years

After a nearly 50 year absence the Rolling Stones returned to Berlin, playing a concert at the city's Waldbühne. According to organizers, 22,000 tickets for the show sold out in within minutes. Klaus Meine, singer for the Scorpions, was in the crowd, and told Euronews that he was looking forward to the gig: "I am looking forward to an awesome concert. Great mood here . . ."

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U2 And The Edge Writing Music For Once Director's New Project

U2's Bono and the Edge are working with Once director John Carney on a new project. Carney tells Rolling Stone that the duo "already have been extremely helpful in discussing the musical aspect of the film," which is titled Sing Street and will be set in the 80s.

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U2 And The Edge Writing Music For Once Director's New Project

U2's Bono and the Edge are working with Once director John Carney on a new project. Carney tells Rolling Stone that the duo "already have been extremely helpful in discussing the musical aspect of the film," which is titled Sing Street and will be set in the 80s.

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Paul McCartney To Resume U.S. Tour In July

After postponing several gigs due to a viral infection, Paul McCartney says he'll resume his touring schedule in July. Speaking with ITV, his rep said that Macca is "fine" and will resume touring in "July." Sir Paul's next scheduled date is July 5 in Albany, New York at the Times Union Center. Postponed dates in Lubbock, Dallas, New Orleans, Atlanta, Jacksonville, Nashville and Louisville.

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Paul McCartney To Resume U.S. Tour In July

After postponing several gigs due to a viral infection, Paul McCartney says he'll resume his touring schedule in July. Speaking with ITV, his rep said that Macca is "fine" and will resume touring in "July." Sir Paul's next scheduled date is July 5 in Albany, New York at the Times Union Center. Postponed dates in Lubbock, Dallas, New Orleans, Atlanta, Jacksonville, Nashville and Louisville.

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New Nile Rodgers Song May Feature David Bowie And Pharrell

Niles Rodgers says he's working on a new Chic track that features "almost everybody" who has sung with him in the past. Those who've worked by Niles in the past include David Bowie, Pharrell, Daft Punk, Madonna, Joss Stone, David Lee Roth, Paul Simon, Robert Plant and Sam Smith.

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New Nile Rodgers Song May Feature David Bowie And Pharrell

Niles Rodgers says he's working on a new Chic track that features "almost everybody" who has sung with him in the past. Those who've worked by Niles in the past include David Bowie, Pharrell, Daft Punk, Madonna, Joss Stone, David Lee Roth, Paul Simon, Robert Plant and Sam Smith.

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Slash Releases 'World On Fire' Single

Slash has released "World on Fire," the first single and title track from his second album with Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators. According to Ultimate Classic Rock, the cut finds Slash and company doing what they do best: "[T]hey're playing squarely to their strengths: Aggressive, uptempo rock, topped off with wailing vocals and guitar solos."

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Slash Releases 'World On Fire' Single

Slash has released "World on Fire," the first single and title track from his second album with Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators. According to Ultimate Classic Rock, the cut finds Slash and company doing what they do best: "[T]hey're playing squarely to their strengths: Aggressive, uptempo rock, topped off with wailing vocals and guitar solos."

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