Mark Mayfield

Legacy Of War.

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BRYAN ADAMS: On Display An exhibit of his photos opens in London next month. Wounded: The Legacy of War, the photography book Bryan Adams published last November, will be the focus of an exhibit starting this November. Images from the book will go on display at Somerset House in London from November 12th through January 25th. Adams says taking the ... Read More »

New Album+Tour.

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BOB SEGER: Hop on For the Ride Out He releases his 17th studio album today (Tuesday), Ride Out. Bob Seger is back today (Tuesday) with his first album of new material in eight years as he releases Ride Out, his first since Face the Promise in 2006. He tells us he hopes his fans realize he “worked really hard” on ... Read More »

New Cd Today.

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U2: Riding the Wave     Bono and company are making the promotional rounds in support of their new album, in stores today. Although more than 80-million people reportedly downloaded U2‘s latest album, Songs of Innocence, for free last month on iTunes, the band is taking no chances in making sure millions more hear it. Bono and The Edge have ... Read More »

Headlines.

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IN OTHER NEWS Aerosmith, Ringo, Sting and more. Sting and the cast of his Broadway musical, The Last Ship, will be on The Tonight Show Thursday. Steven Tyler has a new manager, having signed with Larry Rudolph — who guides the careers of Britney Spears and Miley Cyrus. Aerosmith‘s Tom Hamilton went to see Ringo Starr and His All-Starr Band ... Read More »

New Single And Compilation.

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DAVID BOWIE: New Song Unveiled “Sue (Or In a Season of Crime)” premiered on Britain’s BBC 6 Sunday. “Sue (Or In a Season of Crime),” the one newly recorded track from David Bowie‘s upcoming career-spanning compilation Nothing Has Changed, had its world premiere on Britain’s BBC 6 on Sunday. The seven-minute cut features the Thin White Duke accompanied by a ... Read More »

Long Time Coming.

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BOB SEGER: Why the Ride Took So Long He releases his 17th studio album, Ride Out, on Tuesday. After a few delays over the past couple of years, Bob Seger finally releases his 17th studio album tomorrow (Tuesday). Called Ride Out, it was actually the album’s title track that took him the longest to write. He tells us, “I just ... Read More »

Never Again?

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CSNY: No More Deja Vu? Neil Young says he will no longer tour with CSN. Neil Young performed in Philadelphia last Wednesday and during his set at the Academy of Music he said he would never tour again with Crosby, Stills and Nash. The comment came about after he pointed out that the guitar he was playing was given to ... Read More »

Still Rockin’.

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JUDAS PRIEST: Breaking the Mold Rob Halford says he enjoys getting old. In a world obviously divided and filled with millions of opinions, there is one thing that pretty much everyone agrees on — getting old sucks. But then there is Judas Priest singer Rob Halford. He says, “I love getting old, I really do. I just think that I ... Read More »

Headlines.

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IN OTHER NEWS The Who, Tom Petty, Jackson Browne and much more. Ringo Starr is a collector of Beatles memorabilia and he recently added a 1964 Ringo Revell model kit to his collection. Ringo lost his original one in a fire. The trial for the filmmakers charged with involuntary manslaughter in the death of a crew member on the Gregg ... Read More »

Teachable Moment?

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R.E.M.: ARTomatic for the People Michael Stipe is teaching an art class at New York University in Manhattan. Michael Stipe is spending part of his fall teaching an art course at New York University in Manhattan. The lesson is called New Sights, New Noise, and each week Stipe and a guest artist or cultural figure give the 18 students a ... Read More »