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Stones, Eagles, Macca, Ringo and more.
Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts celebrates his 50th anniversary Tuesday. He married Shirley Ann Shepherd in Bedford, England on October 14th, 1964, although news of the wedding was kept secret from fans for a time.
The Eagles did a private show on the deck of the USS Midway in San Diego last week for the American Trucking Association’s Management Conference.
Jon Anderson is releasing a new song called “Family Circle” that he did with former Counting Crows member Matt Malley. Anderson says it’s a “song for Thanksgiving.”
Paul McCartney is returning to Brazil for three more shows in November.
The Pink Floyd exhibit Their Mortal Remains, which was set for this summer in Milan, Italy, has been canceled after numerous postponements.
The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville will unveil an exhibit next year that looks at the diverse roster of artists who have recorded there. Dylan, Cash, and the Nashville Cats: A New Music City opens in March.
Aerosmith drummer Joey Kramer took in Ringo Starr‘s show with his All-Starr Band in Austin, Texas on Sunday, just days after Aerosmith bassist Tom Hamilton went to Ringo’s first show there. Kramer lives in Austin.