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Roger Waters at Barclays Center (A Gallery)

Roger Waters brought his Us + Them tour to Barclays Center in Brooklyn for a show that fell on the anniversary of the September 11th attacks, with Waters paying tribute to the victims and first responders late in his set. Marc Millman shared some photos from the show.  ...

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Watch Dave Matthews’ Performance of “Mercy” on Hand in Hand Telethon

Dave Matthews was one of the many celebrities and musicians who appeared on last night's Hand in Hand telethon, a benefit for the relief of those affected by both Hurricane Harvey and Irma, which devastated parts of Texas as well as Florida and the Caribbean. Matthews, who recently revealed that a new DMB album is on the way, recalled the band's last official release with a solo performance of... ...

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The Spotify Office Had a Real Good Zinger at Dave Grohl’s Expense

The Foo Fighters are hoping that this upcoming touring cycle around their new album Concrete and Gold goes much smoother than that for Sonic Highways, which just a few months in looked shaky as Dave Grohl took a tumble off of the stage resulting in a broken leg. The rest of the run, which lasted more than a year, featured Grohl on a moving Game of Thrones inspired rock and roll throne, where... ...

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Gregg Allman: Southern Blood

In the liner notes for Southern Blood, Devon, Gregg Allman’s son, writes that his father “wanted to leave you a most poignant, soulful and deep parting gift as he left us all.” It would have been easy, one imagines, for Gregg to have rallied the troops one last time and called on the surviving members of the Allman Brothers Band to join him in that endeavor, but Southern Blood is too... ...

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Grizzly Bear: Painted Ruins

Grizzly Bear’s music has always existed in its own sphere, with art-rock textures and imagistic lyrics that feel more intellectual than their indie peers. (It’s worth remembering that drummer Chris Bear and guitarist Daniel Rossen first met at jazz camp.) And when the quartet marries their love of widescreen ambience with their love of melody, the quality of their songwriting is also... ...

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Watch Eddie Vedder Debut New Song at Ohana Fest Solo Set

Lee Butterworth Ohana Fest, a festival organized by Eddie Vedder and pro-surfer Kelly Slater, returned for its second year over the weekend in Dana Point, CA, and the event was headlined by a rare solo set from the Pearl Jam frontman, who kicked things off with the debut of a brand new, untitled song.  Possibly named "Share the Light," going by the lyrics, the somber new tune featured Vedder... ...

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Dragon Smoke at Brooklyn Bowl (A Gallery)

Dragon Smoke, a new project from Galactic's Rob Mercurio and drummer Stanton Moore as well as Eric Lindell and Dumpstaphunk's Ivan Neville, came to the Brooklyn Bowl for two nights of funk music. Dino Perrucci shared some photos from the show.  ...

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Lars Ulrich Talks Mick Jagger, Paul McCartney, Zeppelin and Everyone Else in Hilarious Interview with Dave Grohl

Two of rock's best drummers came face to face as Metallica's Lars Ulrich sat with Foo Fighters/Nirvana's Dave Grohl for part one of a two-part interview as a part of Ulrich's radio show on Apple Music. As you'd expect, it is one of the most enjoyable hours you'll spend today as these two trade rock and roll stories from their seemingly endless stack of memories. The stories ranged from Grohl's... ...

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A Conversation with Mickey Hart and Lee Ranaldo

This story originally appeared in the July_August issue of Relix featuring a variety of pieces on the Grateful Dead's 50th anniversary. To subscribe, click here. “How did I get into this? I got an answer for that one—I didn’t have a choice,” says Mickey Hart. “The muse led me to this. I didn’t really think there was any option in my life besides playing drums. That’s... ...

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Clifford “Tiff” Garcia Passes Away at 79

Clifford "Tiff" Garcia, the older brother of Jerry Garcia, has reportedly passed away at the age of 79. Deadheadland reported the passing on their Facebook page. Many may know Tiff as claiming responsibility for his younger brother losing his finger in a wood chopping accident. Garcia recalled that day in a 1991 interview with Rolling Stone."My brother Tiff and I were chopping wood," Garcia... ...

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