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deadcompany-071919.jpg Dead & Company has grossed more than $200 million since the band's 2015 debut, according to Billboard.

creedenceclearwaterrevival-052418.jpg Credence Clearwater Revived have premiered the live audio of "Proud Mary" from their performance at Woodstock in 1969.

doors-electra-1029126.jpg Rock legends The Doors are releasing a deluxe edition of their 1969 hit album, The Soft Parade via Rhino.

metallicax-070916.jpg Nearly 55,000 people attended Metallica's show in Hämeenlinna, Finland, representing one percent of the Finnish population of 5.503 million.

singer-iggy-pop-032919.jpg Punk icon Iggy Pop has shared the tracklist of his upcoming album, Free, which is slated to be released on September 12 via Loma Vista Recordings.

davidcrosby-090617.jpg David Crosby recently suggested he is open to reuniting with his old bandmates, Stephen Stills, Graham Nash and Neil Young.

paulmccartney-070916.jpg Beatles legend, Paul McCartney is collaborating with playwright Lee Hall and West End theater producer, Bill Kenwright to bring the tasteful magic of the 1946 Christmas classic It's a Wonderful Life to the stage.

imge2-101016.jpg Hard rock band Foreigner has released a trailer for the Barry Summers-produced concert film titled Double Vision: Then and Now.

kinks-081618.jpg The Kinks' Ray Davies and brother Dave Davies are recording songs for a potential album, which is expected to release in October.

neilyoung-110917.jpg Neil Young, Norah Jones and Father John Misty have been announced as headliners for the Harvest Moon benefit concert.

doobiebrothers-071917.jpg The Doobie Brothers have added six more dates to their headline tour.

rogerwaters-051917.jpg Pink Floyd co-founder Roger Waters has dropped a trailer for his new concert film, Us + Them.

brucespringsteen-071218.jpg Iconic rocker Bruce Springsteen is within striking distance of obtaining the mythical "EGOT" status after he was nominated for an Emmy on Tuesday.

chrispratt-071719.jpg Chris Pratt made an appearance onstage at Robert's Western World in Nashville on July 11 and surprised the audience by performing a cover of Johnny Cash's "Folsom Prison Blues," along with Sarah Gayle Meech and her band.

woodstock50-050719.jpg Woodstock 50 organizers have lost another appeal in their efforts to obtain a permit for a new venue, putting the future of the 50th anniversary festival in doubt. Organizers had been seeking to move the festival to the Vernon Downs race track in Vernon, New York, but the town's planning board voted unanimously to uphold a previous denial of the permit application.

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