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Watch DAVE GROHL “Bring The Heat” To LIONEL RICHIE’s Set At The Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame

On a night of musical surprises – most notably, Judas Priest's Rob Halford joining fellow inductee Dolly Parton onstage for a version of the latter's Jolene – Dave Grohl was responsible for another, augmenting Lionel Richie's performance of the Commodores' 1977 hit Easy with a deliriously-received guitar solo. Richie was another of this year's indictees, performing a three song set featuring Hello, All Night Long (All Night) and Easy, with Grohl strolling on almost unnoticed one and a half minutes into the […]

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Classic Rock

Watch ZZ TOP Gobsmack Fans By Performing With A 17-string Bass

Over the years, the rock world has seen its fair share of weird customs, such as Lita Ford's steam train guitar, Steve's Vai's 'Heart' guitar, Andrew W.K's beef taco six-string and perhaps most famously, ZZ Top's rotating fluffy guitars made out of sheepskin, as featured in their 1983 Legs video. Of course, the aforementioned Texan rockers have never been known to do things by halves, particularly when it comes to the length of their […]

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Live Performances

Watch: STRYPER Performs With Battery-Powered Practice Amps After Electricity Goes Out Before Concert

Christian rockers STRYPER were forced to perform their concert Saturday night (November 5) in West Hollywood, California with two battery-powered practice amps, one snare drum and three members of the band singing a cappella after power went out at the legendary Whisky A Go Go club. On Sunday (November 6),STRYPER frontman Michael Sweet took to his social media to share a photo from the venue, and he included the following message: "Well, that was a […]

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