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Music: The Black KeysTo Tour North America... Coming To Houston!

The Blackeys To Tour North America... Coming To Houston

Friday marks the debut of The Black Keys’ 12th album, “Ohio Players.” The new LP, their first since 2022’s “Dropout Boogie,” is confirmed to feature Beck, Noel Gallagher, and Foo Fighters vet Greg Kurstin. But the Rockers also have more news for fans.

They’re hitting the road throughout North America, beginning with a September 17th date in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Indie folk rockers The Head And The Heart are set to join as support on select dates throughout the jaunt. Like the album, tickets drop on Friday… 

September 21* - Houston, TX @ Toyota Center

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Eclipse Songs to Celebrate Next Week's Solar Eclipse 



On Monday, the moon will pass before the sun, blocking all light for about four minutes and 27 seconds. You won't want to miss this total solar eclipse because another one will not happen until 2044.



So, to celebrate this special occasion, Ultimate Classic Rock put together a list of eclipse songs. Here are 10, in no particular order:



1.  "Total Eclipse of the Heart",  Bonnie Tyler


2.  "Total Eclipse," Iron Maiden


3.  "Black Hole Sun",  Soundgarden


4.  "Blinded By the Light," Manfred Mann's Earth Band


5.  "Eclipse",  Pink Floyd


6.  "Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me",  Elton John


7.  "Ain't No Sunshine",  Bill Withers


8.  "Dancing in the Dark",  Bruce Springsteen


9.  "You're So Vain",  Carly Simon


10.  "Blackstar",  David Bowie


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Machine Gun Kelly posted a video of himself getting that ridiculous blackout tattoo.  

(WARNING: The clip contains profanity.)

"Rock You Like a Hurricane" by the Scorpions was almost called "[Eff] You Like a Hurricane."

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During a show Sunday night, Bruce Springsteen signed a young fan's absentee note so he could skip school the next day. 

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Here are the winners of the iHeartRadio Music Awards.

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Eminem trolled fans by claiming he'd released a new album yesterday. 

He does have a real one coming later this year, though.

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The Hioves Are Back With A New Tour This Fall.

Swedish rock band The Hives are all set to open for Foo Fighters across the US this summer. But fans need not worry about such a limited engagement, because the rockers have their own trek hitting North America soon after.

The group’s announced a summer/fall tour in support of their recent album “The Death Of Randy Fitzsimmons” will launch in Asbury Park, NJ on September 14th. The Hives will bop around the US and Canada through October 2nd, where they’ll wrap things up in Atlanta. Tickets drop Thursday, 

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