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Music For The Week Of January 11, 2015!

Halestorm released a new song, Apocalyptic, from their album, Into The Wild Life. It comes out on April 7th. Listen to it here:

Black Crowes guitarist, Rich Robinson, has stated this week, that the band has broken up. He alluded to his brother Chris wanting drummer Steve Gorman to relinquish his share of the band and for Rich to give up his equal share of the band, too. It was something Rich said he couldn’t do. It doesn’t sound like they will be doing anything together anytime soon. They all have solo projects: Chris has the Chris Robinson Brotherhood; Rich has his solo projects; and Steve is in the new supergroup, Trigger Happy.

Speaking of break ups, supergroup California Breed has split after one album and a tour. Jason Bonham left before the tour started and he was replaced by Joey Castillo (Queens Of The Stone Age). But guitarist Andrew Watt announced it first on Facebook and that he has new music coming out. Nothing from Glenn Hughes at the moment. But he can’t catch a break with being in supergroups. Black Country Communion didn’t last and now California Breed.

Some rare footage of Dimebag Darrell’s band, Gasoline. It also has the last live appearance of Pantera without singer Phil Anselmo. You can watch it here:

Michael Schenker’s Temple Of Rock released a new single called Vigilante Man from their soon to be released album, Spirit On A Mission, out on March 2015. Watch it here:

Grateful Dead fans should be excited. The band will do its farewell concert in Chicago at Soldier field from July 3rd through the 5th. It is called Fare Thee Well: Celebrating 50 Years Of Grateful Dead. These will be the last Grateful Dead shows ever. The band will be the following: Mickey Hart and Bill Kreutzmann as percussionists; Phil Lesh and Bob Weir on guitars; Trey Anastasio of Phish on guitar; Bruce Hornsby on piano; and Jeff Chimenti from Rat Dog on keyboards.

Kix released a new song called Wheels In Motion. It’s off their current album, Rock Your Face Off. Check it out here:

Stephen Pearcy says he will never go back or do a RATT reunion. I’ve heard that before, but hey, I tell you as I hear it.

Graham Bonnet has announced that he has a new band, and instead of listing all of his bands, I’ll let you watch his promo that tells you all about it here:

Blind Guardian released another trailer for their soon to be released album out on February 3rd, Beyond The Red Mirror. You can watch it here:

Not that this is a break up, but the new singer for Nazareth, who replaced Dan McCafferty, quit the band. Linton Osborne hasn’t been in the band a year.  He says it just didn’t work out.

Here is your PSA for the week, Scott Weiland

Papa Roach released a new song called Never Have To Say Goodbye, from their soon to be released album, F.E.A.R., out on January 27th. Watch it here:

Last week’s Rockucation question was: What does Grand Funk Railroad, Rush, Motorhead, Cream, Emerson, Lake And Palmer, Primus, Triumph, and ZZ Top, have in common? The answer wasn’t as complicated as many of you may have thought. Chuck Dressler of Warwick, RI had it. The answer is that they are all trios.

Blackberry Smoke released another track from their album, Holding All The Roses, out on February 10. This one is Too High and you can listen to it here:

Marilyn Manson’s album, Pale Emperor (which comes out January 19), is streaming for free here:

Motley Crue have released details for their final show. They are trying to do it on December 31st, this year, at where it all began for them. The Whiskey A Go Go, on the Sunset Strip in Los Angeles, CA.

If you are looking for something new to listen to, check out Our Future Leaders, out of Orlando, FL. Check out their single, Kill The Youth, here:

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The Baby’s have a new single out called I See You There, off their latest album, I’ll Have Some of That. Check it out here:

Legendary producer Kim Fowley died of bladder cancer at the age of 75. He worked with the Runaways and co-wrote songs for KISS and Alice Cooper.

Mark Knopfler is releasing a new solo album coming out on March 16, called Tracker. Here is the first track, Beryl. Listen to it here:

The J. Geils Band will be releasing a DVD/CD set called House Party Live In Germany. It is from their 1979 Sanctuary tour.  It comes out February 24.

This week’s Rockucation question is: Black Magic Woman was a originally a hit for what band and later was covered and a bigger hit for another band. Who were they?

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