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Styx "Come Sail Away"

Dec. 19, 2014

Styx frontman Dennis DeYoung recently commented on the band not being indicted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. "Fans of bands like Styx, Journey, Boston, Foreigner and others, are stuck with the fact that the people who decide who is worthy of induction are for the most part the same ones who never liked these bands. Anything said by any of us who were in those groups in defense will sound like sour grapes no matter how valid the statistics, how persuasive the arguments. Writers are adept at making unknown acts they prefer into a big deal, thus giving them pumped up identities. Styx’s former manager not only distrusted the press and ignored them but went one step further and actively antagonized them. He and I had many a heated discussion over his policy."

PAUL MCCARTNEY "Live and Let Die"

Dec. 19, 2014

Paul McCartney tells that his grankids whooped him when they played the Destiny video game and some other music-based games. ''I played that with my kids and they creamed me. I even played the bass thinking I'd have an edge, but it's all these little bombs coming at you and it's not like playing bass for real. I just said, 'It doesn't matter if I win or lose.'''

Joan Jett "I Love Rock and Roll"

Dec. 19, 2014

Contact Music claims Joan Jett is going to open for The Who on their tour. Roger Daltrey says: "Having Joan Jett & the Blackhearts, a great American rock band, support us on our North American dates will ensure concert-goers a full night of entertainment. I love her." Pete Townshend adds, "We've been very close friends with Joan Jett for a long time. She is the real deal. This will be a great night of rock and roll for everyone."

Daily Video Gone Viral

Dec. 19, 2014

DAILY VIDEO GONE VIRAL-Jenny Slate sings "Landslide" Like Marcel the Shell


Dec. 2, 2014

AC/DC's "Rock Or Bust" is now officially available. The project is the Australian group's first release since 2008's "Black Ice." It's also the band's first studio effort without founding guitarist Malcolm Young, who is battling dementia and had to step down. Malcolm and Angus Young's nephew, Stevie Young, fills in for him. The album also arrives as AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd faces legal troubles in New Zealand. AC/DC has said they will tour behind "Rock Or Bust" next year, even if Rudd isn't available to hit the road.

AC/Dc "Back in Black"

Nov. 29, 2014

Celebrate AC/December all Month Long with Deaf Ear Records

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