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"Salute to Rockin' the Rivers at 20," our tribute to the Covid-19-postponed event that never happened in 2020 (patience, takes a bit to load). Over four days in August we counted "UP" all the major acts to appear at the festival from 2001 to 2019 and included band interviws, previous years' commercials and snippets of our own on-site reports. We just had to do SOMETHING special so you could still get your Rockin' the Rivers "fix" the second weekend of August!

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Mike Rutherford Says Genesis Reunion Tour May Hit North America

Group's twice-delayed reunion tour is scheduled to hit the U.K. and Ireland in September and October. Continue reading…

The Doors’ ‘L.A. Woman’: The Story Behind Each Track

Final statement from the band's original incarnation contains a little of everything that made them so engaging. Continue reading…

Ian Anderson Would Have Changed Jethro Tull for Tony Iommi

Future Black Sabbath guitarist had a short stint in 1968 with the fledgling prog giants. Continue reading…

Pete Townshend Paints Grim Picture for Classic Acts' Return

The Who guitarist outlines post-pandemic scenario that could see older stars locked out of venues. Continue reading…

When Alice Cooper Pointed a Loaded Gun at Elvis Presley

Wild encounter between the two rock icons took place in 1970. Continue reading…

Queen Faced Split If ‘A Night at the Opera’ Flopped

Brian May and Roger Taylor say heavy debts meant fourth album was “make or break.” Continue reading…

Prosecutor: 'Shortcomings' in state law allowed Indianapolis FedEx shooter to legally purchase weapons used in attack

Monday, April 19, 2021 2:24 PM

An Indiana prosecutor says "shortcomings" in the state's "red flag" law allowed the 19-year-old man who killed eight people at a FedEx facility in Indianapolis last week to legally purchase two assault rifles months after being investigated by the FBI due to his potential for violence.

US immigration agencies ordered to end use of terms 'alien' and 'assimilation'

Monday, April 19, 2021 1:46 PM

The leaders of two US immigration agencies issued new guidance Monday ordering staff to end the use of terms such as "illegal alien" and "assimilation," according to two officials, words that immigration advocates had criticized as dehumanizing.

McDonald's new BTS meal is coming, featuring flavors you weren't able to get in the US

Monday, April 19, 2021 1:06 PM

McDonald's is partnering with BTS, the massively popular Korean pop band, for its next celebrity meal — and this time it's going global.

4 things to ask before you hire a financial adviser

Monday, April 19, 2021 11:54 AM

Financial advisers aren't just for the super wealthy.

LinkedIn billionaire: Cut off funding for politicians who limit voting rights

Monday, April 19, 2021 10:34 AM

A growing number of CEOs are speaking out on voting rights. LinkedIn co-founder Reid Hoffman is urging business leaders to back up their verbal support with concrete action that will send a message to politicians.

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