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Throwback to 2003: Red Hot Chili Peppers Performance

On August 23, 2003, Red Hot Chili Peppers played at Slane Castle in County Meath, Ireland. Also on the bill that day were Foo Fighters, Queens of the Stone Age, PJ Harvey, and Feeder. Talk about a solid show. While the entire concert was no doubt amazing, our Throwback Thursday pick is their...
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Pixies Announce U.S. Tour Dates

Pixies will hit the road beginning April 21 in Pomona, CA to support their most recent album, Head Carrier. Black Francis and company finish the tour with a pair of NY dates - May 24 at Webster Hall in New York, NY and May 26 at Brooklyn Steel in Brooklyn, NY. Check out the band's full tour...
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Iron Maiden's "The Book Of Souls" Tour Returns To North America

Iron Maiden's "The Book Of Souls" tour will return to North America in 2017 with the band announcing a new batch of shows below. The tour begins June 3 in Bristow, VA and wraps up July 21 in Brooklyn, NY. Special guest Ghost will open the shows and tickets go on sale beginning Friday, January 27...
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Pat Benatar and Neil Giraldo Announce 2017 Tour Dates

Despite the "end of tour" Facebook post below, new Pat Benatar and Neil Giraldo 2017 tour dates can be found HERE. Dates begin March 2 in Tarrytown, NY and continue through March 21 (Boulder, CO), March 24 (Las Vegas, NV) and March 25 (Sparks, NV). (Photo by Ken Tomczak)
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Motley Crue Sued By 2014 Tour Openers The Raskins For $30 Million

According to the New York Post, Motley Crue has been sued for $30 million by New York band The Raskins over the two bands' joint U.S. tour. Twins Logan and Roger Raskin claim they paid $1 to open for the Crue in 2014 and had a contact that wasn't honored. According to the Post, The Raskins claim...
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Bruised Vocal Cord Sidelines Gregg Allman

Gregg Allman's poor health issues continue to push him to the sidelines. The Allman Brothers Band singer cancelled 27 shows earlier this year due to pneumonia and now he's suffering from a bruised vocal cord that will take him out of action for the first two nights of his 10-night stand at New York...
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