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Rush’s Alex Lifeson Suffering From Arthritis

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Rush guitarist Alex Lifeson is suffering from arthritis, which is slowing down the band’s touring plans. Geddy Lee, speaking with Classic Rock, says the disorder is debilitating. “If I was going out onstage and I couldn’t play the way I want to, or the way I’ve played in the past, there’s no way I’d want to do it. I wouldn’t want to go out there and be a shadow . . .”More »






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Rolling Stones Announce Opening Acts For Summer Tour

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The Rolling Stones have announced a slew of opening acts for their highly anticipated upcoming summer tour. The Stones made a multitude of announcements regarding opening acts on their Twitter page. Brad Paisley will open for the band June 17 at Nashville’s LP Field, Gary Clark Jr. will join the band May 24 at San Diego’s PETCO Park, Kid Rock plays May 30 in Columbus.More »







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Rolling Stones Play Surprise L.A. Club Gig

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The Rolling Stones played a surprise set at a Los Angeles club on Wednesday night. The band played their entire 1971 album Sticky Fingers at the sold out gig at which tickets were priced at $5. Plenty of celebs were in attendance including Jack Nicholson, Bruce Willis, Harry Styles, Kesha, Leonard Cohen and Patricia Arquette.More »




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Lou Gramm Expands North American Tour

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Original Foreigner vocalist Lou Gramm has expanded his tour of North America. The trek starts May 21 in Washington, with shows scheduled into mid-September and more dates to be added. Gramm will be joined by his touring band, which includes brother Ben Grammatico on drums, Michael Staertow on guitar, AD Zimmer on bass and Andy Knoll on keyboards.More »