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Music News For The Week Of April 13, 2016!

Hell Yeah finally released a video for “Sangre Por Sangre (Blood for Blood)” their first single off of Blood For Blood out June 10th. You can watch it here:

Pop Evil released a new one from their Onyx album called, Torn To Pieces. Watch it here:

The Graveltones released an awesome new video, not only does the song rock, the video is pretty cool too. It’s called Forget About The Trouble. It’s from their Don’t Wait Down album. Watch it here:

Big Wreck just released a trailer for their new album Ghost. Out May 13th. Watch it here:

Sebastian Bach released a new lyric video for his new song, Taking Back Tomorrow, off his soon to be released album Give ‘Em Hell out on April 22. Check out the video here:

Are you ready to attend Vai Academy? That’s right, Steve Vai is offering a week of lessons, creativity and jams about the music business and guitar. You can get info here: or watch him tell you all about here:

Slash has released Real To Reel Part 8 and of course you can watch it here:

Jackson Browne announced a summer acoustic tour, you can get dates here:

Hear Ian Anderson (Jethro Tull) tell you about the making of Homo Erraticus here:

Former Korn guitarist Shane Gibson has passed at the age of 35, from a blood clotting disorder.

Crosby, Stills And Nash have announced tour dates and you can get them here:

Last week’s Rockucation question was:  Can you name at least four bands (there are many) that are still around today, but only have one original member. (David Grohl’s Foo Fighters does not count.) Evan Portno, from Coventry RI, got this right with the following bands: Smashing Pumpkins, Guns And Roses, Wolfmother, and Deep Purple. If you want to know more, just email me.

Here is a track from Bruce Springsteen’s American Beauty, which he released special for Record Store Day, which was yesterday. This is the track Hurry Up Sundown on the NPR network:

Mastodon have released a new single called High Road for their soon to be out album, Once More Around The Sun. Out April 29. You can hear it here: They are also touring and you can get those dates here:

Ted Nugent announced dates for his Shut Up & Jam tour. You can get them here:

In case you were wondering. I am disappointed in the induction ceremony for the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame. KISS was the only group/artist to stick within the two minutes each guidelines, whereas no one else did and because of it there wasn’t an all star jam at the end of the show like previous induction ceremonies. I find it shameful on the Hall’s part and also the fact that even during the whole process they disrespected KISS. How sad of an organization is this? Hopefully bands like Deep Purple and Yes get in next year.

KIX has reunited and are working on an album to be out on July 22. They also have announced some dates. You can get more info here:

Saxon has announced a Summer tour. You can get dates here:

Here is the new Neal Schon release from his up and coming album So U. Check it out here:

The Rolling Stones released a trailer for the 14 On Fire tour in Asia and you watch it here:

KXM the new supergroup featuring George Lynch has released the official video for Rescue Me, off of their denut  and you can watch it here:

Ok, I admit it. I don’t get the Black Keys. I don’t like their music and at this point you will need to find your own source for them, because, honestly, I can’t stand them. That is all.

Here is another great track from Rival Sons. This one is called Open Your Eyes. It’s the second song released from their new album Great Western Valkyrie out on June 6th. Check out the track here:

On July 8th, The Who will be releasing Quadrophenia Concert 40th anniversary DVD.

Sammy Hagar is touring with Michael Anthony, Jason Bonham and Vic Johnson. He hasn’t named the band outside of calling it his All-Star Band. He is calling it the A Journey of the History Of Rock tour. You can get dates here:

Neil Young released a covers album yesterday (no previous announcement), produced by Jack White called A Letter Home. You know what I say about a covers album, big whoop!

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This week’s Rockucation question is: What legendary song and band are these lyrics from:

“With a purposeful grimace and a terrible sound, He pulls the spitting high tension wires down, Helpless people on a subway train, Scream bug-eyed as he looks in on them”

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