By Nathan Vicar@NathanVicar (WOMC) — Robert Plant has thrown cold water on the idea of a Led Zeppelin reunion. The iconic band’s lead singer told Britain’s Daily Telegraph “you can’t ever really go back.” Plant cited a personal need to “keep moving” forward. He’s been the lone holdout preventing the idea of a reunion from materializing. The…
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“And here’s to you Mrs. Robinson …” Good things come to those who wait – or so they say. Last week, I was on vacation and in my usual round of record store hunting (sorry Doug! lol) I found a vinyl album that I have been searching for for over twenty – yes twenty – […]
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By Robyn Collins-Legendary rocker Bob Seger has announced the release of his new album I Knew You When coming November 17. The album will feature Seger originals, as well as several covers. The deluxe edition of the new LP will include Seger’s personal tribute to his late friend, titled, “Glenn Song.” The friends met…
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The Weller camp have been busy this year having already released two albums, completed tours of the UK, Europe (twice), and starred in various sessions and interviews on radio and TV. The band are currently on a month-long North American tour before they head East in January to visit Japan and Australia for two consecutive […]
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Next October, a new posthumous book from Leonard Cohen will be released. It’s titled, The Flame, and will be comprised largely of his “unpublished poems and selections from his notebooks,” as the Guardian points out. Cohen reportedly finished putting the book together just days before his untimely death in November 2016. “During the final months of his life,…
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Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Tom Petty has died, the Los Angeles Police Department has confirmed to CBS News Monday.
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