Samir Hussein/Redferns via Getty ImagesFor the first time in their long history, The Rolling Stones on Saturday headlined England's famous Glastonbury Festival.
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429 RecordsStephen Stills fans can now get a preview of Can't Get Enough, the upcoming debut album by his blues-rock supergroup The Rides, which also features Kenny Wayne Shepherd and founding Electric Flag keyboardist Barry Goldberg. The band's rendition of the Iggy Pop and the Stooges classic "Search and Destroy" is now streaming in its entirety at read more ≫
Rhino/Warner Bros.A pair of upcoming releases will revisit the early days of Fleetwood Mac, before Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham helped propel the band to international stardom. August 20 will see the arrival of an expanded, remastered CD version of the group's 1969 album, Then Play On, and a box set boasting high-quality vinyl LPs of the first four albums Fleetwood Mac released on Reprise Records. read more ≫
Photo: Julie GardnerNeil Young & Crazy Horse have scheduled a special concert that will take place September 2 at the historic Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, New York. The 1,800-seat theater is among the smallest venues at which the influential rockers have performed in many years.
Serving as the opening act for the show are Patti Smith and her band, who also supported Young & Crazy Horse for part of their 2012 fall tour. In addition, Smith will open for Neil and company two days later at Canada's Ottawa Folk Festival. read more ≫
Photo: Jay FletcherKenny Rogers has been touring the world for decades now, so there aren't many firsts left for him at this point in his career. That's why he's so excited about making his debut at the U.K.'s celebrated Glastonbury Festival this Sunday. Rogers also has been warned about the typically wet weather conditions at the event. read more ≫