With Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, The Who and 3 Doors Down announcing shows this week, plus the news that Halestorm are to perform live at this year’s Metal Hammer Golden God Awards, we decided to create our very own Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame.
Formed in 1971 the Eagles are one of the biggest American rock groups ever with classics such as ‘Hotel California’, ‘Take It Easy’ and ‘One of These Nights’.
Don Henley will be performing at Manchester Arena on Monday 27 June. Find tickets here.
We were heartbroken to hear that David Bowie had passed away in January. He was undoubtedly one of the most unique stars of our generation who really made an impact on the music world.
Leader of the Electric Light Orchestra, Jeff Lynne is one hell of a talented singer and multi-instrumentalist. Best known for the hit ‘Mr Blue Sky’, he is as famous for his immense performances as he is for the classic songs he’s written.
Catch Jeff Lynne’s ELO at Manchester Arena on Wednesday 22 June. Find tickets here.
Legendary singer-songwriter Bob Dylan has been selling out shows for years. He really is one of a kind and has influenced a number of artists over the past five decades.
The Canadian has been inducted into the official Rock and Roll Hall of Fame TWICE and has won a lot of GRAMMY Awards, so it’s only right that he’s included in ours.
Neil Young will be heading our on the Rebel Content Tour this summer. Find tickets here.
The Fab Four are undoubtedly one of the most famous and influential bands to have ever existed. From ‘Hey Jude’ to ‘Penny Lane’, ‘All You Need Is Love’ to ‘Come Together’, their music will continue to inspire for many generations to come.
Re-live the music of The Beatles with The Sessions – A LIVE re-staging of The Beatles at Abbey Road Studios. Find tickets here.
The music, the look, Debbie Harry. Blondie first found fame in the mid-late 1970s and hits such as ‘Heart of Glass’, ‘One Way or Another’ and ‘Atomic’ are nothing short of classic!