Beatles Landmark Strawberry Fields May Be Reopened

The former children's field that inspired the Beatles song "Strawberry Fields Forever" may be reopened after nearly a decade of closure. According to the BBC, the Liverpool building may be converted into a "training center for people with learning difficulties." "It's about enhancing the lives of young people," Drew McCombe of the Salvation Army told the BBC.

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Beatles Landmark Strawberry Fields May Be Reopened

The former children's field that inspired the Beatles song "Strawberry Fields Forever" may be reopened after nearly a decade of closure. According to the BBC, the Liverpool building may be converted into a "training center for people with learning difficulties." "It's about enhancing the lives of young people," Drew McCombe of the Salvation Army told the BBC.

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Stooges Drummer Scott Asheton Dies At 64

Scott Asheton, drummer and founding member of the Stooges, died at the age of 64 of an unspecified illness on Saturday, March 15. Iggy Pop announced the news on his website. "My dear friend Scott Asheton passed away last night," wrote Pop of the news. "Scott was a great artist, I have never heard anyone play the drums with more meaning than Scott Asheton. He was like my brother."

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Stooges Drummer Scott Asheton Dies At 64

Scott Asheton, drummer and founding member of the Stooges, died at the age of 64 of an unspecified illness on Saturday, March 15. Iggy Pop announced the news on his website. "My dear friend Scott Asheton passed away last night," wrote Pop of the news. "Scott was a great artist, I have never heard anyone play the drums with more meaning than Scott Asheton. He was like my brother."

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Rolling Stones Add Two More European Dates

The Rolling Stones have added two new dates to their forthcoming European summer run. The tour, dubbed "14 on Fire," will now include German stops in Berlin on June 10 and Düsseldorf on June 19. Mick Jagger released on official statement about the tour earlier this month: "I can't wait for the tour to hit Europe."

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Rolling Stones Add Two More European Dates

The Rolling Stones have added two new dates to their forthcoming European summer run. The tour, dubbed "14 on Fire," will now include German stops in Berlin on June 10 and Düsseldorf on June 19. Mick Jagger released on official statement about the tour earlier this month: "I can't wait for the tour to hit Europe."

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Lou Reed Feted With SXSW Tribute Show

Lou Reed was honored with a tribute show at the SXSW Festival in Austin on Friday night. The show, which was hosted by Alejandro Escovedo (formerly of the Nuns) and Richard Barone (who founded Bongos), was held at the Paramount Theatre and featured over four hours of music.

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Lou Reed Feted With SXSW Tribute Show

Lou Reed was honored with a tribute show at the SXSW Festival in Austin on Friday night. The show, which was hosted by Alejandro Escovedo (formerly of the Nuns) and Richard Barone (who founded Bongos), was held at the Paramount Theatre and featured over four hours of music.

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John Mellencamp Announces Headlining Tour

John Mellencamp has confirmed a string of headlining tour dates set to kick off this summer. The tour starts with back to back nights at the Winstar Casino in Thackerville, Oklahoma on June 20-21, and runs through August 1 when he hits Windsor, Ontario.

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John Mellencamp Announces Headlining Tour

John Mellencamp has confirmed a string of headlining tour dates set to kick off this summer. The tour starts with back to back nights at the Winstar Casino in Thackerville, Oklahoma on June 20-21, and runs through August 1 when he hits Windsor, Ontario.

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Chicago Release Remastered Edition Of Live In Japan

Chicago have released a reissued version of Live in Japan, a record they recorded in June 1972 and released three years later. The two disc set features some of the band's greatest hits including "Saturday in the Park," "Lowdown" (Japanese Version), "Dialogue (Part I & II)," "Ballet for a Girl in Buchannon," and "25 or 6 to 4."

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Chicago Release Remastered Edition Of Live In Japan

Chicago have released a reissued version of Live in Japan, a record they recorded in June 1972 and released three years later. The two disc set features some of the band's greatest hits including "Saturday in the Park," "Lowdown" (Japanese Version), "Dialogue (Part I & II)," "Ballet for a Girl in Buchannon," and "25 or 6 to 4."

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Led Zeppelin To Releases Box Set Editions Of First Three Albums

Led Zeppelin have announced the full details on the reissues of their first three albums. The sets, due June 3, will be available on CD, digital download and 180-gram vinyl, and come in Deluxe and Super Deluxe editions. "The material on the companion discs presents a portal to the time of the recording of Led Zeppelin," Jimmy Page said.

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Led Zeppelin To Releases Box Set Editions Of First Three Albums

Led Zeppelin have announced the full details on the reissues of their first three albums. The sets, due June 3, will be available on CD, digital download and 180-gram vinyl, and come in Deluxe and Super Deluxe editions. "The material on the companion discs presents a portal to the time of the recording of Led Zeppelin," Jimmy Page said.

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KISS Sued By Eric Carr's Family

KISS has been sued by the heirs of late drummer Eric Carr, who claim the band owe them 23 years of royalty payments. Carr's family has reported that the legal action was launched without their knowledge or support, and KISS frontman Paul Stanley has branded it a "scam." The lawsuit alleges that the band failed to pay money due for four tracks he wrote during his 11-years.

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KISS Sued By Eric Carr's Family

KISS has been sued by the heirs of late drummer Eric Carr, who claim the band owe them 23 years of royalty payments. Carr's family has reported that the legal action was launched without their knowledge or support, and KISS frontman Paul Stanley has branded it a "scam." The lawsuit alleges that the band failed to pay money due for four tracks he wrote during his 11-years.

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Queen Hint At Possibly Recording New Material With Adam Lambert

Following the announcement of their impending North American tour with Adam Lambert, Queen have hinted that they may be looking to record new material with the vocalist. During a recent interview with Something Else Reviews, Brian May and Roger Taylor were asked about the possibility of recording new songs with Lambert.

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Queen Hint At Possibly Recording New Material With Adam Lambert

Following the announcement of their impending North American tour with Adam Lambert, Queen have hinted that they may be looking to record new material with the vocalist. During a recent interview with Something Else Reviews, Brian May and Roger Taylor were asked about the possibility of recording new songs with Lambert.

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