ROCK

Coronavirus Rocks Rock: The Who, KISS, and More Postpone Shows

As concern over coronavirus continues to grow, so does the list of shows that have been postponed around the country. Bands like The Who, KISS, Rage Against The Machine, and more are changing plans in the face of the outbreak.
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What Coronavirus Means for the Rage Against The Machine and My Chemical Romance Reunions

Concerns over coronavirus has hit two of the biggest tours of the year, with Rage Against The Machine and My Chemical Romance both being forced to postpone their reunions.
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Record Store Day 2020 Postponed Due to Coronavirus Concerns

The annual ‘Record Store Day’ celebration is the latest to feel the escalated concern over coronavirus, with this year’s event being moved to a later date.
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Live Nation, AEG, and Others Suspend Major Music Tours Over Coronavirus Concerns

Live Nation, AEG and the biggest agencies they work with have suspended tours for the rest of March. Top executives from CAA, WME, Paradigm and UTA have come together with the promoters to create a task force to figure out the best way to proceed.
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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony Postponed Due to Coronavirus

The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland has postponed this year’s induction ceremony, which was supposed to take place May 2nd in the city. President Joel Peresman said the decision was disappointing but necessary.
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Alice in Chains' Jerry Cantrell is Back in the Studio

Jerry Cantrell of Alice in Chains hasn’t released a full solo album since 2002’s “Degradation Trip.” He’s since done a couple of one-off singles, including “A Job to Do” for the “John Wick: Chapter 2” soundtrack.
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EXCLUSIVE: 311 Celebrates Their 30th Anniversary on 311 Day

Happy 311 Day! March 11 is a day to celebrate all things 311, and Nick Hexum and P-Nut are joining us to tell us about the origins of the celebration as they reach their 30th anniversary.
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Dave Grohl: New Foo Fighters Album 'Unlike Anything We've Ever Done'

Foo Fighters are celebrating their 25th anniversary with a new album and their Van Tour, during which the band will be revisiting stops that they played on their debut tour in 1995.
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EXCLUSIVE: The Glorious Sons Go Unplugged for 'A War on Everything' and 'Closer to the Sky'

The Glorious Sons perform two songs from their most recent album, “A War on Everything,” acoustically for RADIO.COM. The Canadian rockers are currently on tour.
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Bad Wolves Launch Charity Campaign to Fight Addiction

Bad Wolves launched a charity campaign to fight addiction. The initiative will benefit Rock to Recovery, which uses music therapy to help those battling addiction, as well as eating disorders and mental health issues.
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