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CANCELED // Muddfest Ticket Stop at El Cajon Harley Davidson

OUT OF AN ABUNDANCE OF CAUTION AND AS A PREVENTATIVE MEASURE IN LIGHT OF GROWING CONCERNS ABOUT COVID-19 (CORONAVIRUS) WE ARE CANCELLING ALL ON-SITE APPEARANCES BY OUR RADIO STATIONS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. WE APOLOGIZE FOR THE INCONVENIENCE.
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Disturbed's David Draiman 20 Years of 'The Sickness'

David Draiman, frontman for Disturbed is celebrating 20 years of "The Sickness" he recently sat down with Billboard, check out what he had to say:
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Rush Drummer Neil Peart Dead at 67

Drummer Neil Peart of the legendary Canadian prog rock band Rush has died at the age of 67. Considered in technical circles to be one of the best of his craft of all time, Peart had quietly been battling brain cancer for three and a half years, the band said in a statement. A spokesman said Peart...
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Allman Brothers Band 50th Anniversary Tribute Set for NYC

The surviving members of the last Allman Brothers Band line-up are getting together to celebrate the band’s 50th anniversary. Drummer Jaimoe Johanson , guitarists Warren Haynes and Derek Trucks , bassist Oteil Burbridge and percussionist Marc Quinones will reunite under the name The Brothers for a...
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The Song Motley Crue Has Played Live the Most

Mötley Crüe keeps announcing new dates for their monster summer tour with Def Leppard , Poison and Joan Jett . Fans are in for a wild ride as four of the biggest hard rock acts of the 80s and beyond get set take over stadiums everywhere. Vince Neil , Nikki Sixx , Tommy Lee and Mick Mars are known...
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David Lee Roth to Open for KISS on Next Leg of U.S. Tour

David Lee Roth will warm up the crowd for KISS on the next U.S. leg of their End of the Road tour. Fans had noticed a promotional photo announcing the pairing within the Live Nation app, and then KISS confirmed it a few hours later. The Van Halen frontman is set to begin a Vegas residency on...
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Jim Morrison Would Have Been 76: The Doors' 9 Best Deep Cuts

The Doors were like a shooting star through the late 60s and early 70s. They released six studio albums between 1967 and 1971 and were gone. The death of iconic singer Jim Morrison , who would have been 76 on December 8th, effectively ended the band, leaving behind a stable of hits like “Light My...
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Motley Crue, Def Leppard, Poison Tour Dates Announced

It’s official. Three hard rock heavyweights that set arenas on fire starting in the 80s are joining forces for one of the biggest tours of 2020. Mötley Crüe , Def Leppard and Poison gathered for a joint news conference this afternoon in Hollywood to announce the details. The stadium tour, which...
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On Tour: Tool Takes Us Into the 'Fear Inoculum' Experience

It’s a misconception to think Tool went away. The pioneering powerhouse has been playing shows and touring the country steadily before their latest run, but there’s a renewed urgency and importance to the stops they are making now. It’s easy to see why, with the progressive icons offering up their...
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Rage Against The Machine Reuniting for Shows in 2020

According to multiple sources, Rage Against The Machine are planning several shows for 2020, reuniting for the first time since 2011. The “Bulls On Parade” band is set to play three shows near the US - Mexican border, in El Paso, TX, Las Cruces, NM, and Phoenix, AZ in March and will reportedly make...
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