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Southside Johnny to Play Huge Drive-In Concert in New Jersey

Jersey Hall of Famer Discusses The Historic Show and How COVID-19 Has Affected the Jersey Shore Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes return to the stage Saturday night (July 11) for their biggest concert since the COVID-19 pandemic, performing a drive-in concert at Monmouth Racetrack in Oceanport, N.J., not far from their longtime home on...

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Vampire Weekend Drops ‘Live in Florida’ EP: Stream It Now

Vampire Weekend dropped a new live EP today (July 10) titled Live in Florida because the indie rock band misses the Sunshine State as much as fans miss concerts. Live in Florida features six songs from their two tour stops last year at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre and Miami’s James L. Knight Center because Vampire Weekend wanted...

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Dream Theater Guitarist John Petrucci’s New Solo Project Features Ex-Bandmate Mike Portnoy

John Petrucci, guitarist for progressive rock band Dream Theater, will release his first solo album in 15 years, Terminal Velocity, later this summer — and his former bandmate, Mike Portnoy, performed all of the drums. Terminal Velocity (Sound Mind Music/The Orchard) follows Petrucci’s debut solo effort, 2005’s Suspended Animation. It marks the first time he...

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This Metal Band Was Determined to Hit The Road During the Pandemic — Here’s Why It All Fell Apart

“Brother, I’m over it. I got songs to write… Time to focus on other things and how to be the best I can be, and finally be able to concentrate on music for a minute.” That resigned email on Thursday morning (July 9) from Wildstreet frontman Eric Jayk was the final nail in the coffin...

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Coldplay’s ‘Parachutes’ Turns 20: Here’s What We Said About It In 2000

When Coldplay’s debut album Parachutes dropped 20 years ago in the U.K. on July 10, 2000, the title was fitting – while Coldplay would go on to soar as a global act, the album’s international impact was up in the air at first, with Parachutes not even landing in America until November 2000. But British...

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Aerosmith Pushes Massive 50th Anniversary Fenway Show Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

Update: Aerosmith has rescheduled the gig as of Thursday (July 9). “Out of an abundance of love and caution our 50th Anniversary Fenway show is being rescheduled to 14th September 2021,” the band said in a statement. “It’s better to look ahead and prepare than to look back and regret, for the safety of our families,...

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The Rolling Stones Reissue 1973 Classic LP ‘Goats Head Soup,’ Drop ‘Criss Cross’ Music Video

The multi-format and deluxe reissue of ‘Goats Head Soup’ features at least three previously unreleased tracks, including a long-lost collaboration with Led Zeppelin’s Jimmy Page. The Rolling Stones‘ fans can’t get enough of Goats Head Soup, the U.K. rockers’ classic 1973 album that hit No. 1 on the Billboard 200, so they’re serving it up again....

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Haim Earns First No. 1 on Top Rock Albums Chart With ‘Women in Music, Pt. III’

Both of the band’s previous LPs hit No. 2. Haim scores its first No. 1 on Billboard‘s Top Rock Albums chart with Women in Music, Pt. III, which bows atop the ranking dated July 11. The set starts with 27,000 equivalent album units (19,000 via album sales) earned in the tracking week ending July 2, according to...

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My Chemical Romance’s Gerard Way Drops ‘Here Comes the End’ for Netflix’s ‘The Umbrella Academy’

My Chemical Romance‘s Gerard Way soundtracks the end of the world with his solo single “Here Comes The End” for Netflix’s second season of The Umbrella Academy. The rock band’s lead singer, who wrote the dysfunctional superhero family comic book series of the same name that the show is based on, released the track featuring Judith...

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Twenty One Pilots, Red Hot Chili Peppers & More Set For Mad Cool 2021: See Lineup

The Mad Cool Festival will return to Madrid in 2021 for its postponed 5th-anniversary bash, unveiling the first confirmed artists of its lineup today (July 8). Ninety-four bands out of the 132 that will form part of the Spanish rock, indie and pop music festival have been announced including Twenty One Pilots, The Killers, Mumford...

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