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Bob Dylan's Solo Tour this Fall Gains Momentum from Desert Trip Festival Slot; Tickets Rising!

Bob Dylan will hit the road this fall, launching a solo run from mid-October through November. The 27-date trek will span across North America making stops in cities such as El Paso, Tulsa, Baton Rouge and many more.

Desert Trip: Stones, McCartney, Waters, Dylan, Who Festival Confirmed By Coachella Organizers

The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, The Who, Neil Young, Roger Waters and Paul McCartney at the "concert of the century."

A Punk's Musical Guide to the New York Presidential Primary [PLAYLIST]

13 classy punk rock tunes to jam with while you're waiting on line to vote in New York

Coachella Organizers Reportedly Tabbing Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Stones, McCartney For Festival

What is being dubbed the "biggest concert in history" may be coming to Southern California this fall.

‘The Who Hits 50!’ Tour Launches; Dates Announced & Tickets Available for Denver Show

After postponing a handful of their "The Who Hits 50!" North American tour dates, the classic rock band has finally re-launched the epic tour run. Frontman Roger Daltrey forced the group to postpone dates for about six months following a bout with ...

The Who Announce 2016 Wembley SSE Arena Gig as Roger Daltrey Recovers

After postponing their The Who! Hits 50 North American tour, the Who will reconvene at the UK's SSE Arena come 2016 as Roger Daltrey gains strength while recovering from meningitis.

The Who! Hits 50 North American Tour Postponed Due to Roger Daltrey's Viral Meningitis

The Who's highly anticipated 50th anniversary and final tour has been pushed back due to doctors orders concerning the health of band member Roger Daltrey. Trailing a series of postponements and mystery illnesses, the singer has been diagnosed with ...

Eddie Vedder Unveils 'Aloha' Soundtrack Song Starring His 6-Year-Old Daughter Harper [LISTEN]

The soundtrack for Cameron Crowe's latest film, 'Aloha,' boasts one very special track penned by Eddie Vedder with the help of an important vocalist--Harper Vedder, his six-year-old daughter. The quick, 30-second tune titled "The Traveler," which can ...

Rod Stewart, Ronnie Wood and The Faces Reuniting for Rock 'n' Horsepower Show

The Faces—a group featuring Rod Stewart and The Rolling Stones' Ronnie Wood—have finally figured out a legitimate reunion date, after years of cancelled plans and false alarms. The band's remaining members will join together for a gig at this ...

iHeartRadio Music Festival Lineup 2015: Kanye West, Sam Smith, Coldplay to Hit Las Vegas

The iHeartRadio Music Festival is celebrating its fifth anniversary this fall, and its doing it in style. Today (July 30), the media conglomerate announced its lineup, which includes some of the biggest names in music. Kanye West, Sam Smith, The Who, ...

The Who Claim to Have Replaced Prince at Glastonbury; Allege Sabotage

The Who have made two bold claims in a recent blog post on the band's blog, stating both that its equipment had been sabotaged prior to its Glastonbury performance, and that it had replaced Prince on the lineup.

The Who Play Final Hometown Gig at London's Hyde Park [WATCH]

Last night's Barclaycard Presents British Summer Time festival, which sold out 65,000 tickets in advance, was most likely The Who's last performance in their hometown. Although Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend are no strangers to announcing farewell ...

Pete Townshend Hints at End of the Road for The Who

After 50 years, eleven studio albums and endless gigs around the world, guitarist Pete Townshend confirmed in an interview that The Who will most likely see the end of its run this year.

Liam Gallagher and The Who's Roger Daltrey Forming Supergroup?

Former Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher and The Who's Roger Daltrey are apparently forming a supergroup for a television performance this week, according to reports from British publications. TFI Friday, an entertainment show broadcast in the UK during ...

Bruce Springsteen Plays 'My Generation' With the Who at Benefit Concert [WATCH]

The 11th annual MusiCares Map Fund Benefit Concert took place Thursday night at New York's Best Buy Theater with an evening dedicated to music of the Who, complete with performances by Joan Jett, Bruce Springsteen, Willie Nile and Billy Idol.

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