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Neil Diamond played 'Sweet Caroline' for the firefighters in Colorado who continue to work to contain the Lake Christine Fire. The state has been ravaged with wildfire for nearly a month now.
Green Day revealed that they have been rehearsing tracks from their seminal third album titled 'Dookie.' The LP which was released in 1994 is set to celebrate its 25th anniversary next year.
Foo Fighters performed 'Monkey Wrench' with one of its fans during its concert in South Carolina. Dave Grohl also said that he wants to sing with Alanis Morissette in the future.
Muse released the official music video for 'Something Human,' which was directed by Lance Drake. The band is also scheduled to release its new album in November.
Cat Power just announced the upcoming release of her 10th studio album 'Wanderer.' She will also be going on tour starting on Oct. 23, and her first show will be at the Roadhouse in London.
Netflix announced that a taped 'Springsteen on Broadway' special would be available on the streaming platform this year. The one-man show will end its run on Broadway in December.
Minus the Bear confirmed in a Facebook post that their upcoming tour will be their last. After 17 years, the Seattle-based band is officially breaking up.
Greta Van Fleet has released what might be the first single from their upcoming studio debut album. The song 'When The Curtain Falls' drew inspiration from the rock and roll scene in the 1970s.
Google announced this week that Tool has a new album out, but the band is not due to release a follow-up to '10,000 Days' until next year. Instead, 'IllutionWorld' is from a rapper from SoundCloud.
Jack White performed with Pearl Jam during the band's show in Portugal. The two artists sang Neil Young's hit song 'Rockin' In The Free World' on Saturday night.
Smashing Pumpkins included songs by Led Zeppelin and David Bowie to their career-spanning 31-song setlist. The alternative rock band kicked off their anticipated tour in Arizona on Thursday night.
Ben Stiller's high school band, Capital Punishment, is scheduled to release 'Roadkill' on Sept. 14. The album is the band's only compilation, which they recorded in 1982.
Rob Zombie and Marilyn Manson just dropped their cover of 'Helter Skelter.' The tour artists are currently on tour in North America, and their shows will wrap up on Aug. 29.
The Cure celebrated its 40th anniversary at London's Hyde Park by singing some of its hit songs. Robert Smith also expressed his happiness over the band's milestone.
Tom Petty's family and former bandmates have curated a four-disc album featuring 60 unreleased songs from the late singer-songwriter. The collection titled 'American Treasure' will be released later this year.