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Virgil & Steve Howe: Steve Howe releases statement on forthcoming album ‘Nexus’

Virgil & Steve Howe: Steve Howe releases statement on forthcoming album ‘Nexus’ On 11th September 2017, VIRGIL HOWE – the youngest son of YES guitarist STEVE HOWE – passed away unexpectedly at the age of 41. YES announced the immediate ...

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German Rockers – Scorpions – Still Going Strong After 50+ Years

When thinking about Scorpions, it’s easy to dismiss them as another flash in the pan that was the 80’s music scene. But Scorpions had already been going strong since the 60’s. With albums like Blackout, and Love at First Sting Scorpions were ...

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Yes featuring Anderson, Rabin, and Wakeman Awaken Kansas City

The purple, sequined robe that Rick Wakeman was wearing would have been one of the more prog rock things the Kaufman Center has seen, but he had Jon Anderson, and Trevor Rabin in tow, performing an evening of Yes tunes. ...

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KANSAS announces live concert album “LEFTOVERTURE LIVE & BEYOND” to be released on 11.03.17

KANSAS, America’s legendary progressive rock band, will release their new live album Leftoverture Live & Beyond on November 3, 2017. This is the first live album since 2009 for the band that has sold more than 30 million albums worldwide ...

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Raiding the Rock Vault: Now in Residency at the Hard Rock Hotel in Las Vegas

Las Vegas is known as a party destination, and one of the wildest places in town is the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino. And why not? Rock and roll is the biggest on-going party. It seems only appropriate that Raiding ...

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Ann Wilson Presents Heart-felt Tribute to Her Influences, and Hits

People born between May 21st and June 20th are categorized as Geminis based on Astrology. Some people really buy into the notion that when you were born tells a lot about you based on the position of the sun and ...

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Styx – Rocking the TPAC

“Rocking the Topeka Performing Arts Center” might not roll as smoothly off the tongue as “Rocking the Paradise,” but that’s exactly what Styx did on Saturday night. Though the theater was not sold out for the performance, the energy from ...

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LA Guns Reloaded Tour 2017: 17 March 2017 – Bristol Bierkeller

It’s been nearly 15 years since we last saw Tracii Guns and Phil Lewis together and now they have reunited for another exciting chapter in the partnership that began in 1986, four years after Guns formed L.A Guns. With the ...

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Jason Bonham Pays Tribute to Father and Led Zeppelin

Tribute bands have a tendency to draw some ire from music fans. Some bands try to add some authenticity by wearing similar costumes of the band to which tribute is being paid, some use replica set pieces, but the Jason ...

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Stryper Celebrates 30th Anniversary with Tour in NYC

Since the announcement of Stryper’s tour this year, the fan base has been ecstatic to hear the 1986 Grammy Award nominated album “To Hell With the Devil” to be played in it’s entirety. On the same token , the band ...

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