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Rod Stewart, Pink Floyd and more.
Rod Stewart attended the Military Awards Wednesday night at the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, England. He was asked by war hero Ben Parkinson — who lost both legs in Afghanistan — if he could try on Stewart’s red shoes, and Rod immediately handed over them over.
Pink Floyd‘s The Dark Side of the Moon is back on the Billboard 200 at number-13 after 38,000 copies sold in the Google Play store for 99 cents each. It has now been on the charts on and off for 889 weeks, the most in chart history. The next closest is Johnny Mathis with Johnny’s Greatest Hits at 490 weeks.
Iron Butterfly have re-formed and are working on a new album.
Former Genesis guitarist Steve Hackett will release his next album, Wolflight, on April 7th. It contains 10 songs.