The Grateful Dead will release the only show they played in Montana as Dave’s Picks Volume 9.
The Who lead singer Roger Daltrey spoke with Billboard about Pete Townshend’s recent comments.
Howard Stern welcomed Sammy Hagar to his SiriusXM talk show on Monday morning.
The Boss is bringing the E Street Band to South Africa early next year.
Beck’s Morning Phase is due for a February 2014 release.
Dave Grohl, Jack Black and Val Kilmer perform “Back To The Beginning” on a Yahoo! web series.
Arcade Fire have shared a streaming video featuring their new album and have announced a Halloween show.
A band called Skydeck Allstars featuring members of Particle, Furthur, the Disco Biscuits, Brothers Past and Bustle will perform on the 99th Floor of the Sears Tower.
Pete Townshend told the Evening Standard that The Who’s touring days are over after a jaunt to celebrate the band’s 50th Anniversary.
The inaugural Life Is Beautiful Festival takes place in Las Vegas this weekend.
“All My Friends: Celebrating the Songs & Voice of Gregg Allman” will be held January 10, 2014, at Atlanta’s Fox Theatre
The Hampton Police Department can’t wait for Phish fans to return to The Mothership.
Bassist Phil Lesh told Gary Lambert of Tales From The Golden Road that he’s “off the bus” in 2014.
Neil Young will release a compilation of tracks from his solo run at Washington, D.C.’s Cellar Door in 1970 next month.
New York City’s famed Roseland Ballroom venue will close in April according to a Billboard report.
What does Phil have planned for his upcoming 12-show Phil & Friends tour? We’ll find out soon.
Hampton police officer Jason Price is really EXCITED for the band to visit his city this weekend.
The Grateful Dead will release FAMILY DOG AT THE GREAT HIGHWAY, SAN FRANCISCO, CA 4/18/70 as a 2-LP set on Black Friday via Rhino Records.
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