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You belong among the wildflowers You belong in a boat out at sea Sail away, kill off the hours You belong somewhere you feel free The opening verse of the title track from Tom Petty's 1994…   Read Story »
At a Friday night show in Moline, Illinois, Pearl Jam randomly decided to play their 1996 album No Code in full. (They also played a new song called "Moline.") Last night, playing Milwaukee's BMO…   Read Story »
Nearly 200 years ago, back when the shoreline dunes of San Francisco were considered uninhabitable, they came to be known as the Outside Lands -- terrain fit only for the bravest pioneers. These days…   Read Story »
If so-called rockists ever decide to secede and form their own nation, Tom Petty is a shoo-in for the country's first presidential nominee. Petty's music advances the notion of rock and roll as…   Read Story »
Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers just released their new album Hypnotic Eye, and it's about to be their first-ever #1. That's probably not why Jimmy Kimmel Live made a big deal about featuring the…   Read Story »
Into The Great Wide Open peaked at #13. Wildflowers made it to #8. Full Moon Fever, one of the most iconic rock albums of its day, stalled out at #3. Damn The Torpedoes was stuck at #2 for seven…   Read Story »
Tom Petty has been doing some press to promote the new Heartbreakers record Hypnotic Eye, and one of those interviews found him sounding off on electronic dance music festivals. You'll never guess…   Read Story »
According to Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Portland musician Kasey Anderson has been sentenced to four years in prison after defrauding investors out of almost $600,000 by promising to put on a benefit…   Read Story »
Tom Petty is 63 years old and in the fourth decade of a legendary career, and he just keeps cranking out new music. Hypnotic Eye, Petty and his Heartbreakers' newest album, comes out next week, and…   Read Story »
Tom Petty has said his new album with the Heartbreakers is going to be "a straight hard-rockin' record, from beginning to end," and from what we've heard -- "Fault Lines," "U Get Me High," "Red…   Read Story »