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Bob Dylan Announces U.K. Tour Dates

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Bob Dylan has announced a string of U.K. tour dates for October 2015. Dylan will play six shows in total, beginning with three consecutive nights at London’s Royal Albert Hall from October 21 to 23. He will then head to Manchester’s O2 Apollo for back-to-back shows on October 28 and 27 before bringing the run to a close with a date at Cardiff’s Motorpoint Arena on October 29.More »





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Roger Waters ‘Angry’ Over State Of Music Industry

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Roger Waters of Pink Floyd fame says he’s “angry” at the state of the music industry, which has suffered since the introduction of digital downloading and file sharing. He called those responsible for the technology a “gallery of rogues and thieves [who interject] themselves between the people who aspire to be creative and their potential audience and steal every f-ing cent.”More »






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Journey’s Neal Schon Announces Release Date For Vortex

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Journey’s Neal Schon has revealed that his new solo album Vortex will be released on June 23. “I feel more aware and alive now than I’ve ever been,” he says in pre-release materials. “Part of that is the sobriety I’ve had for the last seven years. I’ve also evolved as a person and a player though understanding the value of being in the moment – letting things happen.”More »





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Queen’s Brian May Says He’s Anti-David Cameron

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Queen’s Brian May has described himself as “very anti-David Cameron.” “I might sound anti-Tory but I would say I’m very anti-David Cameron,” he said in Big Issue. “He stands for privilege, for the continuation and acceleration in the difference between the extremely rich and extremely poor. I find that iniquitous and almost beyond belief.”More »




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Paul McCartney Plays ‘Another Girl’ For The First Time

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Paul McCartney played the Beatles song “Another Girl” during his gig at the Nippon Budokan in Japan on April 28. It was the first time Macca has ever played the song solo, and the first time the song has ever been performed live. “It was sensational and quite emotional remembering the first time and then experiencing this fantastic audience tonight,” McCartney told NME.More »