Classic Rock

German coronavirus concert study offers hope: 'The risk of getting infected is very low'

Could concerts return sooner rather than later and not present an opportunity for a COVID-19 superspreader event? According to findings from a new study, it might be possible.
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Wait, there's no performances at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony?

The 2020 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is sure to feature moving tributes to the artists that defined generations of music and culture. It will however be void of anyone playing actual music.
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Ex-Journey and Chicago members team up with Rascal Flatts' Jay DeMarcus in new band, The Rise Above

Former Journey drummer and backing singer Deen Castronovo and ex-Chicago singer/bassist Jason Scheff have joined forces with bassist Jay DeMarcus of the superstar country trio Rascal Flatts in a new cross-genre band called The Rise Above.
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Google will now let you search for a song by humming

It happens to the best of us, literally on a daily basis; You hear a song, whether in passing or on repeat on a public sound system, you absolutely love it, but you are completely clueless as to who is behind the bop.
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Save Our Stages Fest announces full weekend lineup

October 16-18, the NIVA is bringing three full days of live music to your screen with artists performing from small and indie venues across the country in order to raise awareness and funds for struggling music venues.
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30 spooky tracks to make your Halloween hot

Halloween is almost here! So, shrug off those quarantine ghosts and rock out to our list of 30 spooky songs to get you in the Halloween spirit!
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Country stars pay tribute to Mac Davis

Singer-songwriter Mac Davis, who wrote numerous crossover country and pop hits, has died at the age of 78. His first big hit came in 1968 when Davis helped write the song “Memories” for Elvis’ comeback TV special.
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Farm Aid 2020 brings stars together to benefit America's farmers

Willie Nelson, Dave Matthews, Neil Young and other prominent musicians benefited hard working American farmers during Farm Aid 2020, Saturday.
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Robert Plant Reveals Willie Nelson Has a 'Truckload' of Weed He Gives Away on Tour

Robert Plant recently shared a choice, classic rock memory on his podcast ‘Digging Deep with Robert Plant,’ in which Country legend Willie Nelson generously gave him ‘a whole lotta’ marijuana.
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Vinyl Sales Surpass CD Sales For The First Time Since 1986

The RIAA has published their 2020 mid-year revenue report and something has happened in music sales that hasn’t occurred since 1986 - vinyl has outsold CDs for the first time in 34 years.
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