classic rock

The Flaming Lips announce full-scale 'space bubble' concert

The Lips have announced “the world’s first space bubble concert,” an in-person live music event during which each attendee will enclosed in their own, personal bubble.
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For Those About to Rock Again: AC/DC's new studio album, 'Power Up,' arrives today

AC/DC’s highly anticipated new studio album, ‘Power Up,’ surges into stores and onto digital platforms today. A follow-up to 2014’s ‘Rock or Bust,’ it pays tribute to the band’s late co-founder Malcolm Young, who passed in 2017.
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Taylor Swift and Paul McCartney swap advice about relationships and the spotlight

Taylor Swift and Paul McCartney are two super stars from wildly different generations. But in a new Rolling Stone interview series it becomes apparent they share similar stresses associated with fame.
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Metallica modeled this part of their career after the Grateful Dead

In an interview with CNBC, Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich spoke at length about the impact the Grateful Dead had on their business model. In short, Metallica aims to control as many elements of their brand as possible much like the Grateful Dead did.
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Scott Weiland and Slash's kids have started a band and just dropped their debut single

The band is composed of frontman Noah Weiland, drummer London Hudson, bassist Ty Trujillo, and guitarist Niko Tasngaris. If some of those names look familiar to you, it’s because you’ve seen them in the lineups of some of rock’s biggest bands.
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The internet just discovered Leta Powell Drake and her epic 'Between Two Ferns' interview style

Twitter users dug deep beneath the data of meme relics and cat videos to uncover the internet’s latest obsession, and greatest interviewer: Leta Powell Drake.
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AC/DC's Angus Young, Brian Johnson discuss how the band powered up again to make its new album

With AC/DC set to release its new album, Power Up, on Friday, guitarist Angus Young and singer Brian Johnson took part in an in-depth Zoom interview about the project.
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Paul McCartney wishes he could be more like Bob Dylan: 'He doesn't give a s***'

Paul McCartney might be the envy of songwriters worldwide, but the former Beatle directs his admiration towards fellow legendary rocker, Bob Dylan.
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Sinead O'Connor to enter rehab for addiction, after growing up with 'trauma and abuse'

Sinead O’Connor revealed plans to enter one year of treatment for trauma and addiction in an emotional Twitter thread. The “Nothing Compares 2 U” singer says the combination of substance addiction.
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Will concerts require vaccinations or coronavirus tests before returning?

Amid news a coronavirus vaccine will be distributed within the next year, Ticketmaster and Live Nation are mulling potential safety requirements for concert goers which include proof of vaccination, or negative COVID-19 testing.
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