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Guns N Roses

Guns N' Roses' 'Patience' Covered by 10-Year-Old Junior Rocker [WATCH]

Watch the youngster rock out on both GNR songs below. ‪Just a little patience...‬ ‪Reposted from @mrcoolo ‪Submit your version of any Guns N' Roses song using #GNRcoversong and we’ll share some of our favorites!‬ A post shared by Guns N' Roses (@gunsnroses) on Video of mrcoolo - Sweet Child O&#...
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Charlie Watt

The Rolling Stones' Charlie Watts Ready for the Band to End

After more than 50 years manning the kit for "the greatest rock and roll band in the world," the 76-year-old drummer won't shed a tear when the group is no longer together.
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David Crosby

David Crosby Announces North American Tour Dates

Special guests on select dates include the Avett Brothers and Alison Krauss.
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Dead And Company

Dead & Company Welcome Parkland High School Survivors to Florida Show

The classic rockers showed their support for students, family and faculty during and after the concert.
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Led Zepplin

Led Zeppelin Announce New Mixes for Record Store Day

The band will share previously unreleased studio mixes of 'Friends' and 'Rock and Roll' on yellow vinyl.
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MGMT

MGMT Play 'Electric Feel & 'Me And Michael' on 'Colbert'

The duo performed their current single and a classic hit on the late night stage.
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Red Hot Chili Peppers

Red Hot Chili Peppers' Flea Comes Clean About the Horrors of Addiction in New Essay

"I had a burning desire for good health and love, and found that I had to go through periods of suffering to get there."
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John Fogerty

John Fogerty and ZZ Top Reveal Joint Tour Dates

The co-headlining the 'Blues and Bayous' tour kicks off May 22 in Atlantic City.
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Chris Cornell

Chris Cornell Sings Johnny Cash's 'You Never Knew My Mind'

The Soundgarden singer's take on Cash's lyrics is as beautiful and heartbreaking than expected.
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Metallica

Metallica Announce More North American Dates of WorldWired Tour

The latest set of dates will kick off in September and keep the band on the road into March of 2019.
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