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Chris Robinson

Chris Robinson Talks Life After The Black Crowes, Singer Ready for 2015 with Brotherhood Band

Buzz Jan 2015 22:46PM EDT

Chris Robinson pointed out that while 2015 marks the 25th anniversary of the formation of The Black Crowes, the public is more concerned with the recent news of the group's dissolution. The singer isn't happy about the way the jam band came to an end, but he's ready to move forward with his other project, the Chris Robinson Brotherhood. The group will their second Betty Blend live album in May.READ MORE

Mike Patton of Faith No More

Faith No More Announces Spring Tour, New Song 'Superhero' [FULL SCHEDULE]

Buzz Jan 2015 20:25PM EDT

It's been 18 years since Faith No More released their sixth studio effort, the completely vicious Album of the Year. The band is readying the follow-up album, and they are also hitting the road for the first time in five years this spring. Faith No More will kick off their next trek in Vancouver on April 15 and wrap things up a month later in Philadelphia. "Superhero," the second single from the band's untitled album, will drop in March.READ MORE

Gregg Allman

Gregg Allman Announces Spring Tour with Stops at Stagecoach and 'Austin City Limits'

Buzz Jan 2015 20:12PM EDT

Despite The Allman Brothers Band parting ways last year, leader Gregg Allman hit the road this month to kick the New Year off right. The "Midnight Rider" must have a touring itch too, having recently announced plans for a spring trek. Allman will head back out in March for a 21-date excursion that will kick off in Ohio on the 13th and wrap May 9 with an appearance at Austin City Limits.READ MORE

Tom DeLonge of blink-182

Tom DeLonge Says He Never Quit Blink-182: Guitarist Clears Up Confusion From Previous Reports

Buzz Jan 2015 19:03PM EDT

Tom DeLonge was on a phone call discussing some business for his band, blink-182, when reports started to surface today (Jan. 26) that he had left the group. Fans can rest easy, though, because the founding member is actually still with the "What's My Age Again" band. DeLonge took to his Facebook page to clear up the confusion.READ MORE

Phillip Phillips

Phillip Phillips Wants Out of 'American Idol,' 19 Entertainment Contract: "Raging Fire" Singer Claims Oppression

Buzz Jan 2015 18:43PM EDT

Phillip Phillips went from just a dude with the same name twice to a major player in the pop music world overnight when he won season 11 of American Idol with his coronation single "Home." But now -- less than three years after winning the show over Jessica Sanchez -- Phillips wants out of his Idol contract, calling his deal with 19 Entertainment "oppressive" in a new lawsuit.READ MORE

Jack White performs at Bonnaroo 2014

Jack White's Madison Square Garden Concert To Be Streamed Live On Pandora

Buzz Jan 2015 17:19PM EDT

Jack White can rock the hell out of a live show, so it's no surprise his fans don't want to miss what he has in store for Madison Square Garden. If his Lazaretto tour is any indication, he's prepared to bring the noise. If you're not one of the lucky ticketholders who will be seeing it all go down, fear not! Pandora will be live streaming his sold-out Jan. 30 gig, Diffuser reports.READ MORE

Ernie Banks

Ernie Banks Remembered: 5 Famous Musical Figures Big on The Chicago Cubs...Eddie Vedder, Jimmy Buffett and More

Buzz Jan 2015 16:48PM EDT

Ernie Banks, an MLB Hall of Famer and longtime face of the Chicago Cubs organization, died last week at the age of 83. He was an amazing shortstop, winning gold gloves and home run titles and MVP awards during his career, but perhaps he will be best known as representing the Cubs organization better than any other player. The team has been notorious for its inability to secure a World Series title, having not won since 1907 and not even making the big series since 1945. Yet its fans remain some of the friendliest in baseball. Check out five music stars who have also kept their tempers in check while supporting the Cubs over the years.READ MORE

The Jesus and Mary Chain - 'Psychocandy' (1985)

The Jesus and Mary Chain Announce North American Tour For 'Psychocandy' 30th Anniversary [FULL SCHEDULE]

Buzz Jan 2015 16:39PM EDT

Scottish noise pop pioneers The Jesus and Mary Chain have announced a string of North American tour dates in support of the 30th anniversary of their classic debut album Psychocandy. According to Pitchfork, the North American leg of the tour kicks off on May 1 in Toronto, and finishes up on May 16 in San Francisco, with a stop at the Austin Psych Fest in Austin, Texas on May 9. Fans living on the East Coast are out of luck though, unless they want to drive all the way to Toronto or Detroit.READ MORE

Tom DeLonge

Tom DeLonge Quits Blink-182, Band Says "Show Must Go On"

Buzz Jan 2015 16:33PM EDT

This is a huge surprise, given that DeLonge has been the point man for a new album, and has spoken extensively about the project. Last October, he said a new blink album would likely be dropping in Summer 2015.READ MORE

Slipknot

Slipknot Announce Summer 2015 Tour With Lamb of God, Bullet for My Valentine, Motionless In White

Buzz Jan 2015 16:23PM EDT

Slipknot recently announced a spring tour with Hatebreed, but fans will be excited to learn that the band will continue their road trip with a massive summer tour.READ MORE

Fall Out Boy

Pete Wentz Says Fall Out Boy Wrote Songs for 1D That Were 'Too Odd'

Buzz Jan 2015 16:18PM EDT

Pete Wentz recently revealed that Fall Out Boy teamed up with One Direction for a writing session prior to the completion of the boy band's last album Four, which came out in November. According to FOB's bassist/lyricist, the songs were not used on 1D's album most likely because they were "too odd" for the pop stars. Wentz also went on to talk about how Fall Out Boy, which released "American Beauty/American Psycho" earlier this month, has been able to maintain a successful career.READ MORE

Simon & Garfunkel - 'Bridge Over Troubled Water' (1970)

Simon & Garfunkel's 'Bridge Over Troubled Water': 11 Songs Ranked For Its 45th Anniversary

Buzz Jan 2015 16:13PM EDT

Today, Jan. 26, marks the 45th anniversary of Simon & Garfunkel's classic album Bridge Over Troubled Water, which saw the legendary folk-pop duo conclude their career with their most ambitious, eclectic, and well-written collection of songs. In celebration of this incredible album, here are its 11 songs ranked, from weakest to best.READ MORE

David Bowie, circa 1973

5 Great Rock Docs Focusing on UK Acts and The '70s: David Bowie's 'Cracked Actor,' 'The Kids Are Alright' and More

Buzz Jan 2015 15:38PM EDT

David Bowie has had several documentaries made about his legendary and varied career but none have come close to the original: Cracked Era, which debuted on the BBC during 1975 and caught the vocalist following the release of Diamond Dogs and his preparation for the tour in support of the album. More relevantly, it caught Bowie at the peak of his addiction to cocaine and gave viewers a look at the paranoia and mental exhaustion it caused him. Bowie was far from the only British musician from that era to be captured on film. Here are five other documentaries (some mad during the decade and some made later looking back) that give viewers a new understanding of that period in UK music history.READ MORE

Death Cab For Cutie

Death Cab For Cutie Premiere Lead Single "Black Sun" Off Upcoming 'Kintsugi,' Share Tour Dates [FULL SCHEDULE]

Buzz Jan 2015 15:00PM EDT

Death Cab For Cutie have shared the first single, the psychedelic "Black Sun," for their upcoming eighth studio album Kintsugi, as well as their first round of tour dates.READ MORE

Marshall Tucker Band

Marshall Tucker Band Announce '15 'Searchin' For a Rainbow' Tour [SCHEDULE]

Buzz Jan 2015 14:45PM EDT

The Marshall Tucker Band provided fans with a live album -- "Live! Englishtown, N.J. September 3, 1977" -- last year, and now the group is taking it a step further with their massive, 2015 Searchin' for a Rainbow tour that will allow supporters to see the actual live show.READ MORE

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