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Black Stone Cherry revisit their Live From The Sky streaming event for their new single Again - track originally featured on their latest album The Human Condition
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Eight-disc super deluxe set will be released later this year featuring rare demos, outtakes, jams, live sessions and more
Mick Box recalls ‘uncomfortable’ séance which helped inspire Uriah Heep’s classic Demons And Wizards album
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On March 1, 1994 Nirvana played what would be their last show ever in Munich. This was the last song Kurt Cobain ever sang in public
Secret Treaties was the third album by Blue Oyster Cult, and the one where they really figured out what it was they did: darkness, perversion, and sonic eccentricity