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The Grateful Dead To Film Final Concerts
The Grateful Dead will record next month's Fare Thee Well shows for a live package to be issued on November 20. The band will perform three concerts at Chicago's Soldier Field on July 3, 4 and 5. A standard "Best Of'' double CD featuring...
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Operation: Mindcrime Release Sounds Samples From "The Key" (Audio)
Former Queensryche vocalist Geoff Tate has released audio sound samples from his new band Operation: Mindcrime. The album The Key will be released September 18, 2015 on Frontiers Records. After parting company with Queensryche a few years ago, Tate...
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5 Questions with Steve Brown of Trixter
The good folks at Wolfpack Productions are celebrating their first all-ages show on July 4 with Trixter at The Buffalo Rose. This show starts at 5:30pm and G.A. and VIP tickets can be purchased HERE. Fans can watch fireworks outside the venue after...
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Joan Jett & The Blackhearts Concert Review - Hudson Gardens (Littleton)
Before last night, I'd only seen Joan Jett & The Blackhearts live in concert once before when she opened for Def Leppard in 2000. Vocalist Joe Elliott went on record saying Jett was the best opening act Leppard ever had. In the last 15 years, Joan Jett...
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Chris DeGarmo Teams Up With Daughter Rylie For "The Rue EP"
Former Queensryche guitarist Chris DeGarmo has joined forces with his 22-year-old daughter Rylie in a new project called The Rue. The Rue's debut six-song EP was created in Chris' basement studio at their Seattle home and is available via...
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Kansas Begin Tracking First New Album In 14 Years
Kansas have confirmed they're working on their first album since 2000's Somewhere To Elsewhere. Studio sessions began this week for what will be vocalist Ronnie Platt's debut, after he took over from Steve Walsh last year. Drummer Phil Ehart says...
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Loverboy's Mike Reno Changes Tune About "Working For The Weekend"
Mike Reno is now singing a different tune about Loverboy's 1981 hit "Working For The Weekend." In a fun ad for jobs site, 60-year-old Reno says, "More people are finding jobs that make them happy, so now it's not just all about the...
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Drummer Omar Hakim Steps In For Journey's Deen Castronovo
Neal Schon has posted on the Journey Facebook page that drummer Omar Hakim will replace Deen Castronovo on their next set of concert dates. Castronovo is currently dealing with domestic violence charges. "We Journey have made the decision to have...
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RUSH To Release Toronto Live Concert DVD
RUSH have filmed their recent hometown shows and are planning a future live release. The band performed at Toronto's Air Canada Centre on June 17 and 19 as part of what is expected to be their final large-scale tour. RUSH will bring their "R40...
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Iron Maiden To Release "The Book Of Souls" On September 4
Iron Maiden will release 16th album The Book Of Souls on September 4 worldwide – and it's their first-ever double-length studio release. The album launch was delayed after frontman Bruce Dickinson was diagnosed with cancer earlier this year -...
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Concert Calendar

Neil Young

Red Rocks Amphitheatre
July 8 & 9, 2015


July 22, 2015
Cheyenne Frontier Days

Jackson Browne

Tue, Aug 18, 2015, 7:30PM
Red Rocks Amphitheatre

Dave Matthews Band

Fiddler’s Green
Fri. Aug. 28 & Sat., Aug. 29, 2015 at 7:00PM

DEF LEPPARD w/ Styx & Tesla

Sat., Sept. 26th, 7:00PM
Pepsi Center