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Eric Clapton and Wynton Marsalis to Release Live CD/DVD

Since delving into the blues with 1994′s ‘From the Cradle,’ Eric Clapton has more or less divided his time between albums of original material and projects that pay tribute to his influences.

Now he’s looking back to the past again — and he isn’t alone.

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Amy Weiser, Ultimate Classic Rock
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Bob Seger Reveals Fall Tour Plans

After 50 years of rocking, Bob Seger is ready to retire from the road — but he has a few things he wants to take care of first.

That list includes a run of October shows that will take Seger and crew into New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Tampa, Orlando, Dallas, Denver, and Vancouver. Specific dates for the shows — and additional stops — will be announced later.

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Paul McCartney and Nancy Shevell Plan Intimate Wedding

His last marriage didn’t work out so well, but give Paul McCartney credit for perseverance: he’s getting ready to walk down the aisle again — and soon.

The UK’s Daily Telegraph reports that McCartney’s engagement to Nancy Shevell, which took place in May, will lead to a low-key London wedding in the near future, followed by a trip to New York for the newlyweds. As a friend of McCartney’s tells the paper, “Paul loves Nancy very much, but does not want a big wedding.”

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Spin Magazine Releases Free Downloads of Nirvana Cover Album, ‘Newermind’

Nirvana’s ‘Nevermind’ is lauded as one of the most important albums of the past few decades and its 20th anniversary is fast-approaching (feel old yet?). To celebrate, Spin magazine is releasing an unusual — and free — tribute.

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Alice Cooper Plans Deluxe Edition of His New Sequel Album, ‘Welcome 2 My Nightmare’

It’s always hard for a sequel to recapture the excitement of whatever made the original great, but give Alice Cooper credit — he’s doing whatever he can to convince fans that his upcoming album, a sequel to his classic ‘Welcome to My Nightmare,’ is something special.

Cooper reunited with the original Alice Cooper Band for a few tracks on the new ‘Nightmare’ and even enlisted his old producer, Bob Ezrin. If that wasn’t enough, he’ll also release a deluxe “fanpack” edition of the sequel, titled ‘Welcome 2 My Nightmare,’ that packs in a boatload of extras.

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Alice in Chains Working on ‘Amazing’ New Album, Says Heart’s Ann Wilson

Two years ago, Alice in Chains emerged from a 14-year hiatus — and the death of original vocalist Layne Staley — with ‘Black Gives Way to Blue.’ The band is already assembling its next album — and according to Heart vocalist Ann Wilson, they’re playing at the top of their game.

“I saw those guys just yesterday,” Wilson said in a recent interview with Ultimate Classic Rock. “I went over to visit them in the studio where they were working on some new stuff — they sound amazing! How can Jerry not sound amazing, but I mean, it really does — they’re a monster.”

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Bruce Springsteen Is the Inspiration for Superman’s New ‘Contemporary’ Comic Book Look

At this point in his illustrious career, there probably aren’t many awards and accolades left for Bruce Springsteen to collect — but the latest tribute to the Boss is really something special.

According to comic writer Grant Morrison, who’s spearheading the upcoming reboot of DC’s ‘Action Comics’ title, Superman’s new look was inspired by none other than Springsteen himself.

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Will Buffalo Springfield Launch a Tour in 2012 After 43 Years Apart? [VIDEO]

After more than 40 years apart, the surviving members of Buffalo Springfield — Neil Young, Stephen Stills, and Richie Furay — reunited in 2010, and according to Richie Furay, they won’t be separating again anytime soon.

In a recent interview with the Denver Post, Furay said the band will be getting back on the road next year.

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John Fogerty Warms to the Idea of a Creedence Clearwater Revival Reunion

Almost 40 years after one of the most acrimonious breakups in rock ‘n’ roll history, former Creedence Clearwater Revival frontman John Fogerty says he’s willing to consider the possibility of an eventual reunion.

Though their recording career spanned a mere five years, Creedence amassed one of the most successful — and enduring — discographies of the rock era, selling millions of albums and churning out an impressive stack of hits that included ‘Down on the Corner,’ ‘Fortunate Son,’ and ‘Who’ll Stop the Rain?’ 

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U2 Leads 2011 Worldwide Tour Grosses

Classic rock artists may not get much love on top 40 radio anymore, but that doesn’t mean no one’s listening to their music. Quite the contrary.

According to Pollstar’s mid-year report of worldwide concert grosses, some of the most popular tours of 2011 are being led by older rock acts.

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Twisted Sister Rocks Again with ‘Double Live’

A little rock ‘n’ roll attitude and a whole lot of makeup can go a long, long way. Just ask the members of Twisted Sister, who will celebrate their 40th anniversary next year — and who are gearing up for the release of a double live DVD, fittingly titled ‘Double Live: Northstage Theatre 1982 / New York Steel Benefit show 2001.’

As you’d guess from the title, ‘Double Live’ collects a pair of Twisted Sister concerts, one from the band’s early ’80s heyday, and another from a reunion performance staged by the classic lineup to benefit the families of safety workers who perished in the September 11 attacks. As the DVD press release puts it, “The reaction to Twisted Sister’s set was overwhelming and led directly to the ongoing existence of the band today.”

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