classic rock

Eddie Van Halen Flies to Germany for Throat Cancer Treatments: Report

Eddie Van Halen was declared cancer-free in 2002 after having a third of his tongue removed, but he has been flying to Germany to get treatment for throat cancer for some time, according to a new report by TMZ. The celebrity site has sources who say the 64-year-old has been receiving radiation...
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CDJ Today: October 10 in Classic Rock

October 10, 1975 – Deep Purple release Come Taste the Band, their only studio album to feature guitarist Tommy Bolin. The album is also the final of three albums to feature Glenn Hughes on bass and a pre-Whitesnake David Coverdale on lead vocals. October 10, 1995 – Peter Frampton releases Frampton...
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Joe Elliot: "I was chomping at the bit to get them out"

The Def Leppard front man talks with Terry & Brian about his Las Vegas residency, the new album and shares some memories from the road
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Eagles Announce Full Album ‘Hotel California’ Tour

The Eagles have announced that they will be embarking on a Hotel California Tour in 2020, where they will perform the complete Hotel California tracklist from beginning to end. The tour will kick off in Atlanta on February 7, 2020. The iconic rock group will then hit New York, Dallas, Houston, San...
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CDJ Today: October 8 in Classic Rock

October 8, 2010 – Ozzy Osbourne blasts the Westboro Baptist Church for paraphrasing lyrics from his song “Crazy Train” after they tell reporters the U.S. deaths in Afghanistan and Iraq are “punishment for America’s tolerance of homosexuality and abortion.” Ozzy says, “I am sickened and disgusted by...
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CDJ Today: October 7 in Classic Rock

October 7, 1984 – Dee Snider is arrested after a concert in Amarillo, TX for using “profane and abusive” language. According to Snider, a mom who had escorted her daughter to the show filed a complaint after Snider screamed, “Suck my mutha-f****n’ d**k!” at a concertgoer who was harassing him...
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CDJ Today: October 3 in Classic Rock

October 3, 1978 – The members of Aerosmith bail out 28 fans who are arrested for smoking pot and underage drinking at their concert in Fort Wayne, Indiana. They pay approximately $4,200 in bail and fines. October 3, 1992 – Sinead O’Connor, without telling producers in advance, tears up a photo of...
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Lou Gramm Drops Out of Upcoming Foreigner Tour Due to Illness

Foreigner has announced that their original lead singer Lou Gramm has had to bow out of the band’s Double Vision: Then & Now tour due to serious medical issues. The band broke the news on social media yesterday with the following statement: “Lou Gramm was hospitalized in Rochester, NY last week...
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Watch Iggy Pop’s New “Loves Missing” Video

Iggy Pop has dropped a new video for “Loves Missing” from his recent solo LP Free – released on September 6. Directed by Simon Taylor, the clip was shot on location at Sweat Records in Miami and includes a special appearance by Ale Campos from the Miami band Las Nubes. The video opens with the …...
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Neil Young Shares Instrumental “Love Letter”

Neil Young and Crazy Horse have shared a short instrumental “love letter” to the earth. An outspoken environmental activist, Young released the song on September 27 in support of the climate strikes that took place across the globe that day. The lovely audio ode is accompanied by an animated video...
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