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GlennFrey-101617.jpg The longtime Los Angeles mansion home of the late Glenn Frey has gone up for sale with an asking price of $14.995 million. The palatial spread sits on nearly three-quarters of an acre and features 6 bedrooms and 11 bathrooms. According to Variety, the mansion features a formal living room with an over-sized fireplace and a separate dining room with a three-tiered chandelier.

EltonJohn-061616.jpg The final show dates for Elton John's Las Vegas residency have been announced. Between April 28th and May 19th, 2018 John will play 14 final shows at the Colosseum at Caesar's Palace.

johnycash-081716.jpg The City of Folsom, California has opened a new section of their Johnny Cash Trail. The walking trail pays tribute to the country legend who made the city famous for his song about its legendary prison and his various live performances at that prison. A first section of the trail had previously opened and includes 2.5-miles (4-kilometer) of hiking trail.

StevieNicks-041717.jpg Stevie Nicks has opened up about the last time she saw Tom Petty, which was when she opened for Petty and the Heartbreakers with her solo band at London's Hyde Park. "It was interesting because Shania Twain had come to see me and to watch Tom," she tells Billboard. "After I came off stage from my set, she came backstage. She was so funny."

ringo-starr-061016.jpg Ringo Starr has opened up about the death of Tom Petty, saying that he 'misses his good friend.' "I'll miss Tom. Tom was a good friend. I played with Tom, Tom played with me. I got to know him over the years, really got to know him when he was in the [Traveling] Wilburys 'cause of George [Harrison]," Starr told Billboard.

toddRundgren-021413.jpg Melissa Etheridge and Todd Rundgren were each arrested for drugs on the U.S.-Canadian border in separate instances earlier this year, TMZ reports.

imge2-101016.jpg Foreigner will debut a brand-new musical titled Jukebox Hero next summer. The new show is based on a screenplay written by Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais. The show will feature the band's sixteen Top 30 hit songs such as "Cold As Ice," "Hot Blooded" and "Jukebox Hero."

StatusQuo-071017.jpg Status Quo says that they are cutting back on their touring schedule. "This year has been one of change and reassessment following the sad death of Rick Parfitt," Francis Rossi says.

pinkfloyd-062916.jpg Pink Floyd have confirmed plans to re-release a pair of their classic albums on vinyl. The two releases include the live 1988 album Delicate Sound Of Thunder and 1981's compilation A Collection Of Great Dance Songs.

eaglesBestofmyLove-081016.jpg The Eagles are planning a new reissue of their classic album Hotel California in honor of the album's 40th anniversary. The new reissue includes the album's first-ever remaster plus a disc featuring a concert from the Los Angeles Forum from October 1976, which took place two months before the album was released.

BobSeger-083115.jpg Bob Seger has revealed the track listing for I Knew You When. The new studio set is due out on November 17 and follows Ride Out, Seger's 2014 release which rose to number 2 on the Billboard 200 chart.

BryanAdams-062117.jpg Bryan Adams has confirmed a string of U.K. dates behind his upcoming release Ultimate. The run will kick off on May 24, 2018 at the Manchester Arena and will wrap later that month in London at the 02 Arena. The new greatest hits release is set to drop on November 3. "As a songwriter and musician you are always creating - it's what you do," said Adams.

PaulMcCartney-070916.jpg Paul McCartney has teamed with PETA for a new campaign to help abused greyhounds. The rock legend is lending his voice to the growing list of activists calling for the release of 150 dogs from an illegal canine blood bank in Texas.

RichieSambora-101017.jpg Richie Sambora says he'd be open to reuniting with his Bon Jovi bandmates at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction if they're voted in. The band is on the ballot for the first time since 2011 and Sambora says that should they garner the votes he'd love to hit the stage with the boys again.

MichaelMcDonald-020517.jpg Michael McDonald makes an appearance in the newest video from producer/songwriter/bassist Thundercat. The track, titled "Show You the Way," is pulled from his most recent release Drunk and also features an assist from Kenny Loggins. The video centers on a samurai fighter who is missing several limbs and despite taking a fierce beating.

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