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Brian Wilson Urges Fans to Shut Down Beach Boys Show at Hunting Convention

Brian Wilson and The Beach Boys haven’t been together much in recent years outside of a 50th anniversary tour, and now they’ve never been further apart. The songwriting whiz is urging fans to sign a Change.org position to shut down the Mike Love -led band’s show on Wednesday. The concert is set to...
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CDJ Today: February 4 in Classic Rock

February 4, 1977 – Fleetwood Mac release their seminal album Rumours. It becomes the band’s most successful release, selling over 45 million records worldwide and putting it in the Top 10 for best selling albums of all time. After months recording at the Record Plant in Sausalito, one of the owners...
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Hall & Oates Working on New Album

Hall & Oates have a new album in the works, Daryl Hall tells Rolling Stone in a new interview. But despite the group’s upcoming 50-year milestone, the pair are looking forward, not back. Hall, 73, scoffs at the idea of an anniversary release. “It’s the same reason I don’t go to fuckin’ high...
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CDJ Today: January 30 in Classic Rock

January 30, 1973 – Gene Simmons, Paul Stanley, Ace Frehley and Peter Criss make their first appearance as Kiss at the Popcorn Club in Queens, New York. They had recently changed their name from Wicked Lester. The band was paid $50 for the show, and less than 10 people were in the audience. January...
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Phish Unveils Summer 2020 Tour Dates

Phish fans now know to rearrange their schedules this summer. The iconic jam band has announced 27 tour dates. The new trek kicks off July 14 th with two nights in Eugene, OR and ends with the band’s annual Labor Day weekend shows in Commerce City, CO. Highlights in between include three nights at...
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The Go-Go's Come Out of Retirement for New Tour Dates and Documentary

The Go-Go’s are bringing the beat back. Following a brief hiatus, the pioneering band has announced an 11-date summer tour. It kicks off June 25 th in San Diego and runs through July 13 th in Costa Mesa, CA. Belinda Carlisle , Jane Weidlin , Charlotte Caffey , Kathy Valentine and Gina Schock last...
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Jon Bon Jovi Partners with Rutgers to Help Provide Meals for Students in Need

Jon Bon Jovi and his JBJ Soul Foundation have teamed up with Rutgers University to open a kitchen which will help students who struggle with food insecurity. The rocker says 1 in 3 college students lack the financial resources to afford consistent and healthy meals. According to Rutgers, more than...
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CDJ Today: January 23 in Classic Rock

January 23, 2004 – David Palmer, former keyboardist for Jethro Tull, announces he has had a sex change and is now known as “Dee.” Palmer was born with genital ambiguity, assigned male at birth, and said her desire to change sex had been an “open secret” in the music business for many years. She did...
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CDJ Today: January 21 in Classic Rock

January 21, 1966 – George Harrison marries Pattie Boyd in England with Paul McCartney as his best man. She leaves Harrison in the mid-’70s due to his infidelities and has an affair with Ronnie Wood. She later marries Eric Clapton in 1979. January 21, 1987 – Twenty-two artists are inducted into the...
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Watch the Trailer for The Band Documentary ‘Once Were Brothers’

Once Were Brothers: Robbie Robertson and The Band will hit theaters February 21st. The authorized documentary, executive produced by Martin Scorsese, Brian Grazer and Ron Howard, chronicles the story of The Band with a focus on Robertson – from his young life, to the creation of the group, to...
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