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  • The Who's 50th Anniversary Tour Heading To Mohegan Sun

    The Who's 50th Anniversary Tour Heading To Mohegan Sun
    Half a century of the Who is nearly unthinkable, but that's where we're at.
  • 'Rock & Roll Billboards of the Sunset Strip' shows grand-scale visions

    'Rock & Roll Billboards of the Sunset Strip' shows grand-scale visions
    I was 13 years old when my brother placed a round, grooved disc of vinyl on the record player, dropped the needle and introduced me to the Doors, an L.A.-born band whose mystical-sounding lyrics, mind-bending imagery and unique organ riffs were unlike...

    Elton John's 'Yellow Brick Road' to rock royalty

    Elton John's 'Yellow Brick Road' to rock royalty
    Roll out the red carpet, Orlando. Sir Elton John — pop's most flamboyant piano man and a knight to boot — takes the stage in the City Beautiful this weekend for the first time since 2012. Elton's "All the Hits Tour" should have the crowd...

    Andy Fraser dies at 62; bassist for Free co-wrote hit 'All Right Now'

    Andy Fraser dies at 62; bassist for Free co-wrote hit 'All Right Now'
    Andy Fraser, the bassist for British blues-rock band Free who co-wrote its mammoth 1970 anthem "All Right Now," died Monday in Temecula, where he lived. He was 62. The Riverside County coroner's office announced his death on its website, saying the...

    Andy Fraser: A bassist whose rumbling sound allowed Free to soar

    Andy Fraser: A bassist whose rumbling sound allowed Free to soar
    When guitarists die, Elmore James' "The Sky Is Crying" leaps to mind as a musical line to remember for fans trying to summon what they've loved and now will miss. There's no blues classic called "The Ground Is Rumbling" to mark the passing of electric...