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Rolling-stones-062116.jpg Keith Richards attended New Orleans pianist Ivan Neville's concert at New York's Blue Note jazz club earlier this week. Despite being in attendance, Richards did not join Neville on stage.

Doors-electra-1029126.jpg The Doors have shared a live version of their track "Twentieth Century Fox." The track has been remastered from its original 1967 recording and is one of eight live tracks that will be featured on the band's forthcoming set The Doors: 50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition.

david-bowie-060816.jpg Fans of David Bowie are hoping to pool their resources to construct a new tribute to the artist in London. The tribute would come in the form of a lightning bolt similar to the one which Bowie famously painted on his face. The effort aims to raise just under one million pounds and would see the bolt constructed near Bowie's home in the Brixton area of London.

bruce-springsteen-070916.jpg Bruce Springsteen gave an 11-year-old fan the chance of a lifetime when he invited her up on stage to play drums during his show in Christchurch, New Zealand earlier this week. According to her father, Hayley also left the stage with a signed drumstick.

clapton-070916.jpg A Ferrari once owned by Eric Clapton is set to hit the auction block in March. The car, a 1968 Ferrari Dino, is one of just several such classic sports cars owned by Slow Hand and is expected to take in record high bids next month.

pinkfloyd-062916.jpg Roger Waters has added 11 dates to his previously announced tour. The run, named the Us + Them North American Tour, is set to kick off May 26 in Kansas City and wrap up on Oct. 28 in Vancouver. The run will come in support of Waters' forthcoming new effort Is This The Life We Really Want?

david-bowie-060816.jpg David Bowie was a posthumous big winner at the recent BRIT Awards. The event took place in London and the rock legend won Best Male Solo Artist and Album of the Year for Blackstar.

kissband-061416.jpg KISS offered up a rare makeup-free performance during a recent fundraiser for a military charity. The appearance came earlier this week at the "All-Star Salute To The Oregon Military" which helped raise money for a $20 million new Oregon Military Museum.

allmanbros-070116.jpg Band mates of the late Allman Brothers drummer Butch Trucks paid tribute to the icon during a private memorial concert earlier this week. The event took place at the Cox Capitol Theatre in Macon, Georgia and featured a host family members and collaborators from throughout Trucks' career.

graceslick-060216.jpg Grace Slick has revealed that she will donate all of the proceeds from a recent deal with Chik-Fil-A to LGBTQ charities. The former Jefferson Airplane and Jefferson Starship singer agreed to license a song to the fast food chain, which has famously supported anti-gay and anti-abortion causes in recent years.

bonjovi-062816.jpg Bon Jovi has reportedly broken the attendance record for fans at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. The appearance came earlier this month as part of the band's This House Is Not For Sale tour. Total attendance for the night peaked out at 18,514.

ozzy-070116.jpg Steve Stevens has opened up about his experiences working with Ozzy Osbourne. The guitarist connected with Ozzy for songwriting sessions on the legend's upcoming new solo release and spoke with the blog All That Shreds about working with Ozzy.

kissband-061416.jpg If you were hoping for a reunion of the original members of KISS anytime soon, you're out of luck says Paul Stanley. "No," Stanley told Billboard when asked about a potential reunion. "And that's not coming from any place of animosity. I sang on Ace's [Frehley] most recent album and did a video with him."

Blondie1977-100316.jpg Blondie has revealed plans for a headlining performance at London's Roundhouse. The performance will come in support of their forthcoming new release Pollinator, which is due out on May 5. In addition to the gig announcement, the band also released a new single off of their upcoming album, titled "My Monster." The new single features guitarist Johnny Marr.

PaulMcCartney-070916.jpg Paul McCartney has reportedly hit the studio with Ringo Starr. The legendary drummer shared a photo of the pair in the studio together where they were also reportedly joined by Eagles legend Joe Walsh.

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