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‘Sh*t, I can still play; that’s good’: As Fleetwood Mac reunites, Mick Fleetwood picks his favorite tracks

‘Sh*t, I can still play; that’s good’: As Fleetwood Mac reunites, Mick Fleetwood picks his favorite tracks

For long-time drummer Mick Fleetwood, preparing another reunion set list for Fleetwood Mac is fairly straight forward. Any song, he says, will do — though Fleetwood admits a personal preference for the group’s uptempo songs.

Something Else! Interview: Barry Melton of Country Joe and the Fish

Hailing from Berkeley, California, Country Joe and the Fish were one of many acts to emerge from the San Francisco area’s influential folk/rock ‘n’ roll/psychedelic scene of the mid- to late-1960s.

‘Lead, bass, drums and howling at the moon’: Van Halen’s return has David Lee Roth all amped up

‘Lead, bass, drums and howling at the moon’: Van Halen’s return has David Lee Roth all amped up

Outside of a few pick up dates in the U.S., which David Lee Roth attributes to filling in when somebody else dropped out, Van Halen is going to focus on dates outside of the U.S. in 2013.

‘A possibility of flying apart at any moment’: For Pete Townshend, it’s a wonder the Who is still here

‘A possibility of flying apart at any moment’: For Pete Townshend, it’s a wonder the Who is still here

Even as the Who announced the final dates of their sold-out Quadrophenia and More tour across the UK, Pete Townshend can’t help but marvel that they’re still together at all. And not just because they’ve lost two members.

‘Mysterious, genre-bending’: PledgeMusic drive underway to fund new Markus Reuter concerto

‘Mysterious, genre-bending’: PledgeMusic drive underway to fund new Markus Reuter concerto

The Colorado Chamber Orchestra has started a PledgeMusic drive in an effort to fund the premiere and release of Markus Reuter’s contemporary orchestral piece “Todmorden 513.”

‘Tangerine Dream will not be sailing’: Cruise to the Edge changes lineup after Edgar Froese’s nasty fall

‘Tangerine Dream will not be sailing’: Cruise to the Edge changes lineup after Edgar Froese’s nasty fall

Tangerine Dream has pulled out of Yes’ Cruise to the Edge, just weeks before its March 25, 2013 launch, after band founder Edgar Froese was injured in a nasty fall. Froese broke his hand and his jaw in the mishap, leading to surgery.

‘There’s a lot of rocking still in us’: Kiss kicks off 40th year with series of dates in Australia

‘There’s a lot of rocking still in us’: Kiss kicks off 40th year with series of dates in Australia

Kiss’ return to Australia in the first concerts of their 40th year together had Gene Simmons reminiscing about a long-ago tour with local legends AC/DC, featuring original frontman Bon Scott before his death in 1980.

‘Otherwise I’m a real miserable chap’: Mott the Hoople’s Ian Hunter isn’t about to start slowing down

Fresh off the release of a tough, politically charged album called When I’m President, Ian Hunter continues a fast-paced solo career in the wake of his early successes with Mott the Hoople.

‘I do want to get out there’: Journey’s Neal Schon cooking up plans for special solo tour

‘I do want to get out there’: Journey’s Neal Schon cooking up plans for special solo tour

Neal Schon issued his seventh project away from Journey late in 2012, and he already has another one on the way — and, perhaps, a solo tour, as well.

‘You should ask him’: Al Jardine can’t understand why Mike Love split up the Beach Boys either

‘You should ask him’: Al Jardine can’t understand why Mike Love split up the Beach Boys either

Al Jardine still struggles to put into words exactly what happened at the end of what had once been a celebrated 50th anniversary reunion tour by the Beach Boys. He seems, in many ways, as surprised as anyone on the outside looking in.