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Guitarist Stevie Ray Vaughan, of Austin, Texas, left, rehearses with his band Double Trouble for a performance on Saturday Night Live, Feb. 13, 1986, New York. Bassist Tommy Shannon is at right. (AP Photo/Marty Lederhandler)

Listen to Stevie Ray Vaughan’s Final Live Performance of “Pride and Joy” in 1990

Stevie Ray Vaughan played his final live show at Alpine Valley in Wisconsin. Here’s a rare audio clip of the legendary guitarist performing the classic “Pride and Joy” for the last time.


US legend Bob Dylan performs on stage during the 21st edition of the Vieilles Charrues music festival on July 22, 2012 in Carhaix-Plouguer, western France. (AFP PHOTO / FRED TANNEAU)

These 5 Bob Dylan Covers Are Actually Better Than The Originals

Bob Dylan is arguably the greatest songwriter who ever existed, but his raw talent on vocals and guitar never quite measured up. These 5 cover versions of some of Dylan’s best songs, performed by some of the biggest names in rock music, combine all the best elements and make them even better than the originals.


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Peter Wolf Tells Must-Hear Tales of Rock Stardom with Kenny Young

The legendary Peter Wolf stopped by the ZLX studio Tuesday afternoon to chat with Kenny Young about his new solo album.


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PHOTOS: Peter Wolf Live in the ZLX Studio

The legendary Peter Wolf joined Kenny Young live in the studio Tuesday afternoon, along with Carter Alan and “Breakfast with the Beatles” host Chachi Loprete.


Member of Australian legendary hard rock band AC/DC Angus Young  performs at the Laszlo Papp Arena of Budapest on March 23, 2009. (AFP PHOTO / ISTVAN INDEX HUSZTI)

You Need To Hear This Crazy Bluegrass Cover of AC/DC’s “Thunderstruck”

If you’ve ever hoped to hear what Angus Young’s unmistakable “Thunderstruck” riff sounds on a banjo, you’re in luck. This guy’s bluegrass gives the men from Down Under a Deep South feel with a bluegrass rendition of AC/DC’s classic hit.


Rock musician Sammy Hagar at the New School in New York City on Sept. 12, 1985, teaching a driving course to a group of MTV contestants. (AP Photo/Mario Suriani)

10 Classic Rock Bands Who Got Music Videos Right

Not every classic rock band had an easy transition into the music video era. But these artists proved they can create classic music AND the videos to support them.


British rock singer Robert Plant (L) of the band Led Zeppelin and the group's road manager, Richard Cole, relax on a bed covered by a fur rug and discuss details of their upcoming concert, New York City, New York, July 30, 1973. (Photo by Express Newspapers/Getty Images)

Just Photos of Led Zeppelin Partying in 1973

Led Zeppelin will always be known as one of the hardiest-partying bands in rock & roll. Here are some photos from their 1973 tour that prove how much fun they had.


LONDON, ENGLAND - JULY 04:  Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley of US rock group Kiss perform live on stage, for a one-off Independence Day show as a fundraiser for the Help for Heroes charity, at The Kentish Town Forum on July 4, 2012 in London, England.  (Photo by Jim Dyson/Getty Images)

Concert Preview: KISS and Def Leppard at the Xfinity Center in Mansfield

KISS and Def Leppard bring their co-headlining summer tour to the Xfinity Center in Mansfield, Mass. on Friday, August 1. Here’s our official preview.


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We May Be Old, But We Can Still Dance!

These people will make you feel better about getting old. Watch 6 videos of old people who kill it on the dance floor!


(The Handel House Museum  'Hendrix in Britain' exhibit. Photo by  ADRIAN DENNIS/AFP/Getty Images)

Historic Hendrix Recordings Finally Brought Back To Life

After massive debates over legal rights, Legacy Recordings finally got their hands on these old masters, and is planning to remaster and release them soon.



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