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Tuesday June 10



Paul McCartney Postpones American Tour Dates Due To Illness

Paul McCartney announced on Monday that he has been forced to push back the launch of his North American tour under the advice of his doctors as he continues to recover from a virus that sidelined his Japanese tour. McCartney tells fans, "I'm sorry but it's going to be a few more weeks before we get rocking in America again. I'm feeling great but taking my docs' advice to take it easy for just a few more days. Look forward to seeing you all soon." The tour leg will be now be kicking off on July 5th in Albany, NY and wrapping up on August 14th in San Francisco, with the seven postponed dates now taking place in early October. The rescheduled dates will kick off on October 2nd in Lubbock, TX at the United Spirit Arena and will be concluding on October 18th in Louisville, KY at the Yum! Center. The tickets for the original dates in June will be honored at the rescheduled shows.

Read more: Tuesday June 10

Monday June 9



The Kinks Close To A Reunion

It looks like brothers Ray and Dave Davies have put their bad blood behind them and The Kinks may actually be reuniting with Ray confirming in an interview that discussions are underway. Ray Davies reportedly told the Sunday Times "I met Dave only last week to talk about getting back together again," he said. "We've also spoken a few times on the phone and emailed." Davies went on to say that if the band reunites it will be to create new material, not for a greatest hits tour. "He's been composing his own songs, but I'd really like to write with him again. We both agree we don't want to do old stuff or tour with past hits. It's got to be something new."

Read more: Monday June 9

Thursday June 5



Original Guns N' Roses Reunion Predicted by Axl's Former Manager

Axl Rose's personal manager during Guns N' Roses' Use Your Illusion tour, Craig Duswalt, says that he and others in the old school GNR camp see a strong possibility of the classic lineup of the group reuniting "in the next two years." Duswalt, who is making the media rounds to promote his new memoir, "Welcome to My Jungle," says that Duff McKagan could pave the way for the band reuniting. McKagan has recently rejoined the band live, filling in for Tommy Stinson who has had live commitments with The Replacements. "Duff is paving the way to open the gates again," Duswalt said to ABC News Radio. "Axl and Duff are really getting along well at the concerts, so there's an opening." However, Duswalt also admits that there is bad blood between Axl and Slash, but he and others that were associated with the band in the past feel that Duff could bring the former members together. Duswalt tells ABC News Radio that he knows "for a fact [Axl and Slash] hate each other right now. It's bad. Axl is a loyal guy and you get on his bad side and some people don't come back, but Slash and him were so close. We [in the old-school Guns camp] all have a feeling it will happen. It's gonna happen in the next two years...there's an opening because of Duff playing with Axl." He also went into some details about where the rift between Axl and Slash originated. "It was a thing that happened at the end of [Use Your Illusion]," he said. "There were also the differences in music," Duswalt adds, "like Slash wanted to do more hard rock stuff and Axl wanted to do more ballads, rock ballads. There was that difference, but there was a specific thing that happened that both of them are at odds over."

Read more: Thursday June 5

Friday June 6



Jimi Hendrix Album Banned 47 Years After Release

(hennemusic) Jimi Hendrix's album classic, "Axis: Bold as Love", has been banned in Malayasia 47 years after its release based on its cover, which features and the guitar icon and his bandmates as various forms of Lord Vishnu. Themalaymailonline reports an unidentified spokesman from the Home Ministry's Publication Control and Quranic Text unit said compact discs with the 1967 album cover art featuring the Hindu deity would be prohibited from entering the country and they would seize such CDs found in Malaysia. "We don't care if Jimi Hendrix albums without cover art featuring Lord Vishnu come in, but if it uses Lord Vishnu's image, then of course we won't allow it," said the official. "We'll definitely take action against anything that violates religious sensitivities, whether it's Christianity, Buddhism, Hinduism or Islam. We must respect each other."

Read more: Friday June 6

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