Foreigner And Styx Tour Bus Catches Fire

Two touring buses for Foreigner and Styx caught fire at a parking lot facility in Philadelphia earlier this week. A publicist for Styx says that "everyone's ok:" "No one was hurt and there's no cause determined yet. It's a Styx crew bus that caught on fire. All the buses for the Soundtrack of Summer tour are parked in a secure parking lot in downtown Philadelphia."

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Foreigner And Styx Tour Bus Catches Fire

Two touring buses for Foreigner and Styx caught fire at a parking lot facility in Philadelphia earlier this week. A publicist for Styx says that "everyone's ok:" "No one was hurt and there's no cause determined yet. It's a Styx crew bus that caught on fire. All the buses for the Soundtrack of Summer tour are parked in a secure parking lot in downtown Philadelphia."

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Janis Joplin Stamp Unveiled By U.S. Postal Service

The United States Postal Service has unveiled its Janis Joplin commemorative stamp, the latest in its Music Icons series. According to Linn's Stamp News, the stamp will be issued in August. Its design features a blue tinted photo of Joplin wearing pink tinted glasses. The words "Forever Janis Joplin USA" are printed around the border.

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Janis Joplin Stamp Unveiled By U.S. Postal Service

The United States Postal Service has unveiled its Janis Joplin commemorative stamp, the latest in its Music Icons series. According to Linn's Stamp News, the stamp will be issued in August. Its design features a blue tinted photo of Joplin wearing pink tinted glasses. The words "Forever Janis Joplin USA" are printed around the border.

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Rare Bob Dylan Tracks Unearthed In His Old Manhattan Apartment

149 vintage Bob Dylan acetates were found in a New York City apartment where the folk legend once stayed. The items, unearthed by collector Jeff Gold, come from the sessions for 1969's Nashville Skyline and 1970's Self Portrait and New Morning. Dylan rented space at 124 Houston St. and apparently left the recordings there when he moved out.

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Rare Bob Dylan Tracks Unearthed In His Old Manhattan Apartment

149 vintage Bob Dylan acetates were found in a New York City apartment where the folk legend once stayed. The items, unearthed by collector Jeff Gold, come from the sessions for 1969's Nashville Skyline and 1970's Self Portrait and New Morning. Dylan rented space at 124 Houston St. and apparently left the recordings there when he moved out.

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Lou Reed's Estate Earns $20 Million Since His Death

Since his passing late last year, Lou Reed's estate has pulled in $20 million through copyright and publishing interests. The Velvet Underground's manager Robert Gotterer reported the earnings to Manhattan Surrogate's Court last week. Gotterer was appointed by Reed to oversee his estate after his death.

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Lou Reed's Estate Earns $20 Million Since His Death

Since his passing late last year, Lou Reed's estate has pulled in $20 million through copyright and publishing interests. The Velvet Underground's manager Robert Gotterer reported the earnings to Manhattan Surrogate's Court last week. Gotterer was appointed by Reed to oversee his estate after his death.

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Heart Inducted Into Ultimate Classic Rock Hall Of Fame

Heart are the latest group to be inducted into the Ultimate Classic Rock Hall of Fame. The rocking ladies beat out 38 Special to earn the honor. Every month the readers of UCR decide which of eight legendary artists will be honored for their contributions to the genre.

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Heart Inducted Into Ultimate Classic Rock Hall Of Fame

Heart are the latest group to be inducted into the Ultimate Classic Rock Hall of Fame. The rocking ladies beat out 38 Special to earn the honor. Every month the readers of UCR decide which of eight legendary artists will be honored for their contributions to the genre.

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Robert Plant Debuts New Song 'Little Maggie' At Glastonbury Festival

During his Glastonbury appearance over the weekend, Robert Plant performed a new song called "Little Maggie." The cut is a single from his upcoming record, Lullaby and the Ceaseless Roar. According to the Guardian, the legendary singer complied with the audience's request for "one more song" by saying he and his band would play an "old English folk song."

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Robert Plant Debuts New Song 'Little Maggie' At Glastonbury Festival

During his Glastonbury appearance over the weekend, Robert Plant performed a new song called "Little Maggie." The cut is a single from his upcoming record, Lullaby and the Ceaseless Roar. According to the Guardian, the legendary singer complied with the audience's request for "one more song" by saying he and his band would play an "old English folk song."

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The Who To Record New Album This Summer

The Who say that they are ready to begin recording new material. According to Pete Townshend, the band already has a few songs in the can: "I gave Roger [Daltrey] three demos of three rough songs that I've knocked up," he began. "I've been doing a lot of recording work and writing recently with a whole wide variety of people and quite a lot of collaborations . . ."

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The Who To Record New Album This Summer

The Who say that they are ready to begin recording new material. According to Pete Townshend, the band already has a few songs in the can: "I gave Roger [Daltrey] three demos of three rough songs that I've knocked up," he began. "I've been doing a lot of recording work and writing recently with a whole wide variety of people and quite a lot of collaborations . . ."

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Doobie Brothers Joins Zac Brown Band Live At Fenway Park Show

Zac Brown Band brought the Doobie Brothers up on stage during their weekend show at Fenway Park in Boston. The two acts teamed up for a performance of "Black Water" to the surprise and appreciation of the massive audience. According to the Boston Globe, ZBB also covered David Allan Coe ("You Never Even Called Me by My Name") and the Outlaws ("Freeborn Man").

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Doobie Brothers Joins Zac Brown Band Live At Fenway Park Show

Zac Brown Band brought the Doobie Brothers up on stage during their weekend show at Fenway Park in Boston. The two acts teamed up for a performance of "Black Water" to the surprise and appreciation of the massive audience. According to the Boston Globe, ZBB also covered David Allan Coe ("You Never Even Called Me by My Name") and the Outlaws ("Freeborn Man").

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Neil Young Bassist Billy Talbot Suffers Mild Stroke

Billy Talbot, bass player for Neil Young's Crazy Horse, suffered a mild stroke but is expected to recover fully. The bad news comes just as Young and Crazy Horse are prepping for a European tour. "Talbot's doctors expect him to make a full recovery," the group said in a statement.

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Neil Young Bassist Billy Talbot Suffers Mild Stroke

Billy Talbot, bass player for Neil Young's Crazy Horse, suffered a mild stroke but is expected to recover fully. The bad news comes just as Young and Crazy Horse are prepping for a European tour. "Talbot's doctors expect him to make a full recovery," the group said in a statement.

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