Daily Archives: August 1, 2017

The Who releasing career-spanning singles box set; Pete Townshend reissuing “Scoop” compilations

UMe/PolydorDuring 2015 and 2016, The Who released a series of four box sets featuring seven-inch vinyl replicas of their singles, and now the British rock legends will issue a five-CD,

Remembering Trevor Wilson, star of Pearl Jam’s “Jeremy” video, on clip’s 25th anniversary

Pearl Jam at the 1993 MTV Video Music Awards; Trevor Wilson, center; Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagicOn August 1, 1992, Pearl Jam's "Jeremy" video debuted on MTV. The instantly iconic clip followed a troubled teenager,

Green Day continues “favorite tour we’ve ever done” tonight

ABC/Heidi GutmanGreen Day will kick off the summer leg of its North American tour tonight, August 1, in Auburn, Washington. The punk trio will be touring in support of its

Foo Fighters schedule intimate one-off Chicago show

ABC/Travis BellFoo Fighters will headline an intimate one-off show at the Metro in Chicago. It'll be held this Friday, August 4, with tickets going on sale today at 11 a.m. CT.

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Star-studded hard-rock group Black Country Communion releasing reunion, “BCCIV,” in September

Credit: Neil ZlozowerBlack Country Communion, the star-studded rock band fronted by ex-Deep Purple bassist/singer Glenn Hughes, will return with its first studio album in almost five years, BCCIV, on September 22.

The group,

Jerry Garcia would have turned 75 today; Grateful Dead concert film screening scheduled for tonight

Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagicToday, August 1, marks what would have been late Grateful Dead frontman Jerry Garcia's 75th birthday. The singer/guitarist was the de facto leader of The Dead until his death