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Sunday Morning Blues: October 23rd, 2016This week, Sunday Morning Blues moved to its new time slot of 8a-10a, and if you woke up a bit late, don’t forget that Breakfast with the Beatles is on at 7am now.
Chad Smith's 'New Boy Band' Includes Chris Martin, Beck and Jakob DylanAn Instagram video showing the legends jamming looked like it was shot at one hell of a backyard party.
Metallica Covered the Clash at the Bridge School BenefitThey also played a song written by the show's host, Neil Young, during his days in Buffalo Springfield.
Carter Alan's Rock 'n' Roll Diary: October 23 in Classic Rock HistoryOn this day in 1966, the Jimi Hendrix Experience recorded its first single: “Hey Joe” backed with “Stone Free.” What would be the band’s second single release?
Carter Alan's Rock 'n' Roll Diary: October 22 in Classic Rock HistoryOn this night in 1970, Derek & the Dominos played the Music Hall on its only tour. Duane Allman had returned to the Allman Brothers Band after recording the “Layla & Other Assorted Love Songs” album; whom did Eric Clapton recruit to play in the second guitarist slot?
Rolling Stones Share New Track 'Hate To See You Go'It's a cover of the Little Walter blues classic.
Foreigner's Mick Jones to Release Official Band BiographyJones is celebrating the band's 40th anniversary by telling their story.
Green Day Down to Play Desert Trip in 30 Years30 years might be a stretch, but hey you never know.
Bon Jovi Hits Broadway to Play New AlbumPlaying all fifteen songs from a not-yet-released album is ambitious, to say the least. But Bon Jovi, and their fans were up to the task.
What Nobel Prize? Bob Dylan's Website Removes MentionDylan's official site briefly credited the iconic artist with the Nobel honor. That text is gone.
Man Accused of Killing Girlfriend After Listening to Guns N' Roses' "Used to Love Her"The man texted his friend that he was listening to "Used to Love Her" eleven minutes before killing his live-in girlfriend.
Stream the 'Lazarus' Album Featuring David Bowie's Final RecordingsAlong with 19 songs written by Bowie, sung by the cast, including Michael C. Hall, the tracklist includes three previously unheard recordings from the icon himself.

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