Flashback: Journey Learn ‘The Road Ain’t No Place to Start a Family’

Journey were just six days into their U.S. tour in support of 1981's Escape when keyboardist Jonathan Cain began feeling homesick. The previous year he'd quit the Baby's to replace founding keyboardist Gregg Rolie in Journey, and on the strength of singles like "Open Arms," "Who's Crying Now" and "Don't

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Love’s ‘Forever Changes’ Super Deluxe Box Due This Spring

A new, 50th anniversary box-set edition of Love's landmark Forever Changes album will feature unreleased tracks, alternate mixes and a hardcover book. The set, due April 6th, will create a comprehensive portrait of the album through four CDs, a DVD and an LP, paired with liner notes by music historian Ted

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Inside Music’s Merch Gold Rush

Three years ago, Fall Out Boy opened a pop-up store in New York, selling T-shirts in a space that resembled a punk-rock club. When the band revisited the idea at stores in New York and L.A. this past fall, the vibe and decor were noticeably upgraded. Purple-tinted windows made fans feel as if they were walking into the cover of the band's new album, Mania, and among the items on sale

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