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Joan Jett: A rock goddess gets her Rock and Roll Hall of Fame due

On April 18, Joan Jett and The Blackhearts finally received their long-awaited due. They were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, class of 2015.

The Who embark on first leg of North American headlining tour

Iconic rock band, The Who, kicked off their headlining "The Who Hits 50!" tour on April 15 at Amalie Arena in Tampa, Florida.

Famed guitarist Laurence Juber talks about his new album Special

The former member of Paul McCartney's 70s high-fliers Wings - and a prolific and highly acclaimed musician in his own right - is getting ready to release a new album. Digital Journal was curious to learn more.

Musician John Power discusses the second coming of Cast Special

Acclaimed solo artist, bass player in The La's and leader and principal songwriter of Britpop legends, Cast, this Liverpudlian singer-songwriter has done it all. He granted an exclusive interview to Digital Journal.

10 all-time classic albums that will be turning 50 next year

The iconic sixties was a time of musical and social revolution. So many great albums were being released that classic long playing 12-inch records battled to even make the top five, such was the talent and magic on the market at that time.

Interview with former Scorpions drummer Herman Rarebell Special

The German musician remembers his time with the iconic band and talks to Digital Journal about his current professional activities.

Pete Townshend charms fans at Toronto's Indigo bookstore Special

Toronto - “Toronto's been a fantastically important city for me in my life,” rock legend Pete Townshend told a crowd of dozens of fans earlier tonight at the Indigo bookstore at Bay and Bloor. “For the Who, it's always been an incredibly important venue.”

Olympics: Closing Ceremony to include The Who and Spice Girls

London - The 2012 Olympics will come to an end Sunday night, August 12, with a celebration of not only the athletes, but also 50 years of British pop music.

Jim Marshall creator of the legendary Marshall Amp dies at age 88

London - Jim Marshall, the genius behind Rock 'n' Roll amplification and creator of the famed "Marshall Stack" died Thursday morning after losing his year-long battle with cancer.

Roger Daltrey Leaps Back Onto The Stage After An Illness

Roger Daltrey is returning to the stage to front major rock legends, The Who after a sudden illness.
 

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 Tommy  the  rock opera  was ground-breaking for its time in the 1970s. It is now on DVD.
"Tommy" the 'rock opera' was ground-breaking for its time in the 1970s. It is now on DVD.
Herman Rarebell
Herman Rarebell
Herman Rarebell