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The Who

Orchestral Release Of The Who's 'Quadrophenia' Is Coming Next Year

Oct 2014 21:23PM EDT

The Who's Pete Townsend recently sat in on a recording session by the London Oriana Choir and Royal Philharmonic Orchestra who were performing his band's 1973 classic "Quadrophenia." The choir's website confirmed that the orchestral version will be available in 2015.READ MORE

Alex Lifeson

Guitarist Alex Lifeson Says Rush Will Hit The Road Next Year

Oct 2014 21:10PM EDT

Rush is rapidly approaching its 40th anniversary, and guitarist Alex Lifeson says that a tour is in the band's future to celebrate the milestone.READ MORE

DMB in 2007 with Rashawn Ross and LeRoi Moore to the right

Trumpet Player Rashawn Ross Shares Final Email From Longtime Dave Matthews Band Saxophonist LeRoi Moore

Oct 2014 20:31PM EDT

In his final email to Rashawn Ross, longtime Dave Matthews Band LeRoi Moore sent a few insightful and funny quotes from famous musicians to brighten up his bandmate's day.READ MORE

Ben Gibbard

Ben Gibbard, Death Cab For Cutie Move On With New Album After Chris Walla's Departure

Oct 2014 19:59PM EDT

Casual Death Cab For Cutie fans probably didn't understand what Chris Walla's departure meant for the band in mid-September.READ MORE

The Klaxons

Klaxons Announce Final 2015 Tour Before They Disband [SCHEDULE]

Oct 2014 19:46PM EDT

One of Euro new rave's last great vestiges, The Klaxons are calling it quits after nine years of work.READ MORE

James Hetfield

James Hetfield Reflects On Metallica's 'Some Kind Of Monster' Doc

Oct 2014 17:08PM EDT

It's been 10 years since Metallica released the band-in-turmoil documentary 'Metallica: Some Kind of Monster', and frontman James Hetfield said it isn't any easier to watch today.READ MORE

The Dirty Lungs

Cancers, Catch Fever and Other Disease-Riddled Bands More Likely to Have Been Caught than Ebola at The CMJ Music Marathon

Oct 2014 15:27PM EDT

You won't catch Ebola from attending the CMJ Music Marathon this week but here are five disease-ridden bands that you could have caught. During their sets, that is.READ MORE

Freddie Mercury

Five Iranian Expatriates Worth Listening To: Deep Dish, The Yellow Dogs, Laleh and More

Oct 2014 14:24PM EDT

If Iranian-born performers thought they were going to get the same treatment as Queen and Freddie Mercury...dream on. It's still not the best place to launch a music career. Well, perhaps "launch," but not continue. That's why some of the country's best performers have now set up shop in nations outside of their homeland. Check out some examples of Iran's diverse musical output.READ MORE

Nick Mason in 2005

Pink Floyd Drummer Nick Mason Compares Roger Waters To Stalin In Recent Interview

Oct 2014 14:15PM EDT

In a new interview, Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason makes an interesting comparison to former bandleader Roger Waters and Josef Stalin.READ MORE

Noel Gallagher and Johnny Marr are totally buddies

Noel Gallagher Joins Johnny Marr Onstage For Iggy Pop's "Lust For Life" And Smiths' "How Soon Is Now" [LISTEN]

Oct 2014 13:18PM EDT

Johnny Marr and Noel Gallagher have made it clear in the recent days that they're buddies.READ MORE

Glenn Danzig says new music is on the way

New Danzig Album Due Out Fall 2015, Record Of Covers Coming In March

Oct 2014 13:16PM EDT

It's been four years since Glenn Danzig and his band released an album, but the singer said that a new record will be out by this time next year.READ MORE

Rachel Goswell Performs With Slowdive at Primavera Sound Festival in Barcelona

Slowdive's Rachel Goswell Talks Reunion Tour, New Album, And More Ahead Of CMJ Show [EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW]

Oct 2014 13:05PM EDT

Slowdive will be playing at New York's Terminal 5 tomorrow (Oct. 25) as part of the CMJ Music Marathon before making their way across North America, Music Times chatted with founding member Rachel Goswell about the band's return to the stage and their plans for the future.READ MORE

'The Dream' by Sanctus Real

Back of The Billboards: 'The Dream' by Sanctus Real

Oct 2014 11:43AM EDT

Society always celebrates the records that top the Billboard 200 album chart. Back of The Billboards is a Music Times weekly segment that looks at the opposite end: the new record that finished closest to the back of the Billboard 200 for the previous week. We hope to give a fighting chance to the bands you haven't heard of.READ MORE

Foo Fighters

Foo Fighters Release New Song 'The Feast and The Famine' From 'Sonic Highways'

Oct 2014 11:04AM EDT

New Foo is upon is, which means we've already gotten two full songs from FF's forthcoming release Sonic Highways (due Nov. 10).READ MORE

The Grateful Dead

Martin Scorsese and Amir Bar-Lev Handling 50th Anniversary Documentary for The Grateful Dead, Due in 2015

Oct 2014 08:37AM EDT

The Grateful Dead is approaching its 50th anniversary during 2015 and the event will be marked with a documentary spanning the group's entire career. They ain't messing around either: Martin Scorsese will serve as the producer and Amir Bar-Lev will direct.READ MORE

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