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Check out new Santana single, “Los Invisibles,” from band’s upcoming album, “Africa Speaks”

Concord RecordsThis past December, Carlos Santana revealed to ABC Radio that he and his band would be releasing a new studio album this year titled Africa Speaks, inspired by African music. Now

Blind Faith’s self-titled 1969 studio album to be reissued on half-speed-mastered vinyl in April

Michael Ochs Archives/Getty ImagesThe self-titled 1969 studio album by the short-lived supergroup Blind Faith will be reissued as a half-speed-mastered, heavyweight vinyl LP on April 19.

The record was remastered at London's Abbey

Chrissie Hynde releasing jazz-dub side project this summer; says new Pretenders album on the way

Credit: Jill Furmanovsky

The Pretenders' Chrissie Hynde has revealed that she will be releasing a long-in-the-works album this summer called Valve Bone Woe, which she recorded with award-winning producers and film score composers

Dick Dale, “King of the Surf Guitar,” dead at 81

Matthew J. Lee/The Boston Globe via Getty ImagesDick Dale, whose songs "Miserlou" and "Let's Go Trippin'" defined the surf rock genre and led to him being dubbed "The King of

Pete Townshend taking vacation before finishing new Who album: “I need to close down my brain”

ABC RadioThe Who's Pete Townshend has been busy working on the band's next studio album, but the legendary guitarist and songwriter reveals that he's taking a little break from

Out of the limelight: Rush guitarist Alex Lifeson doesn’t “want to be in a band and tour any more”

Scott Dudelson/Getty ImagesEver since Rush drummer Neil Peart retired from music after the band's R40 tour ended in 2015, fans have wondered whether guitarist Alex Lifeson and bassist Geddy Lee would continue

Eddie Vedder announces European solo tour

ABC/Craig SjodinEddie Vedder is heading overseas this summer for a European solo tour.

The trek starts June 9 in Amsterdam, and will make stops in Italy, Spain, and Germany, among others. The

Graham Nash schedules concerts featuring full performances of his first two solo albums

Credit: Amy GranthamGraham Nash has announced a brief series of U.S. fall shows which will feature him playing his first two solo albums -- 1971's Songs for Beginners and 1973's Wild Tales

Report: Elton John will have to compete with U2 for the best mansions in Australia

Ben Gibson/Rocket EntertainmentIn late November, Elton John will be heading Down Under for the Australian leg of his tour, which will last through the beginning of February 2020.

Since he plans to spend

Listen to Motley Crue’s cover of “Like a Virgin”

Credit: Paul BrownSomehow, in this -- the year 2019 -- we have Motley Crue releasing a cover of Madonna's "Like a Virgin."

For the most part, The Crue's take on the pop classic

2020 Flower Power Cruise to feature The Zombies, The Hollies, Vanilla Fudge and many more ’60s legends

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The lineup for the 2020 edition of the Flower Power Cruise has been revealed, and the seagoing festival will feature performances by 1960s legends including The Zombies,

Foreigner’s Mick Jones says “Live at The Rainbow ’78” video offers “a flashback into the way we were”

Eagle VisionForeigner's new archival concert video Live at The Rainbow '78 hits stores today on DVD, Blu-ray and as a digital video. The release captures the band's original lineup performing its

Sting scheduled two-show stand at Chicago-area Ravinia Festival in August

ABC/Paul LoboSting has added an August 23-24 stand at the Ravinia Festival in the Chicago suburb of Highland Park, Illinois, to his late-summer U.S. tour itinerary.

Tickets for the two concerts won't

Metallica’s next album will arrive “a lot sooner than the previous two did,” says Robert Trujillo

ABC/Randy HolmesWhen Metallica's latest album, 2016's Hardwired...to Self-Destruct, finally arrived, it had been eight years since the metal legends released its predecessor, 2008's Death Magnetic. And before that, they hadn't released a

Pete Townshend says Roger Daltrey’s vocals sound “terrific” on new Who material; hopes to finish album in April

William Snyder/TrinifoldIn a new update on The Who.com, The Who's Pete Townshend discusses the progress the band is making on its upcoming album, and also shares details about a press day that

The Tubes to play entire “The Completion Backward Principle” album on tour this spring

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The Tubes will be playing select tour dates this spring that will feature a full performance of the veteran San Francisco band's 1981 album, The Completion

Rolling Stones to release new compilation, “Honk,” featuring hits, recent live performances

Polydor/InterscopeA new Rolling Stones best-of compilation titled Honk will be released in multiple formats and configurations on April 19, one day before the band kicks off its 2019 No Filter Tour of

Stevie Nicks dedicates “Landslide” to “Game of Thrones” star at Fleetwood Mac show

Kevin Mazur/Getty ImagesStevie Nicks has always been very vocal about her love of HBO's Game of Thrones, but she took it to the next level at Fleetwood Mac's concert in New Jersey