Kevin Garcia, the bassist and co-founder of the influential Modesto, California alt-rock group Grandaddy, died after suffering a massive stroke Tuesday. Grandaddy confirmed Garcia's death in a post on
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Linkin Park will embark on a North American tour this summer in support of their upcoming album, One More Light.
The trek kicks off July 27th at the Xfinity Center in
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The Bahamas-based event is becoming a legal nightmare for organizers.
The Eagles are suing a hotel in Todos Santos, Mexico that bills itself as the Hotel California for trademark infringement and trying to capitalize off of the band's famous 1976 album and
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Yes were so dead in the early Eighties that it took two guys named Trevor to bring it back to life. Ironically, the first Trevor – Buggles frontman Trevor Horn – took a lot of the blame for killing the group in the 1980 when he became the band's new singer for the poorly-received Drama LP. Once the tour wrapped
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Flashback: Yes Enter the 1980s With 'Owner of a Lonely Heart'
Rancid return to the garage in the video for "Ghost of a Chance," the new single from their upcoming album, Trouble Maker, out June 9th.
The simple clip finds the Berkeley punk stalwarts playing the rockabilly-tinged ripper. Singer/guitarist Tim Armstrong growls a message
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Rancid Preview New LP 'Trouble Maker' With Blistering 'Ghost of a Chance'
The Baja hotel isn't affiliated with the famous song.