Daily Rewind: Iron Maiden, Beach Boys, Van Halen, Gregg Allman + More
Check out today's top stories including Iron Maiden and the Beach Boys both announcing new tours (no, not together!), Steven Tyler and Phil Collen remembering Whitney Houston, Gregg Allman's new memoir and Van Halen's new album debuting at No.2 on the charts!
Also, Neal Schon and Michaele Salahi defend themselves against a 50 million dollar Lawsuit and Todd Rundgren plans new 'unpredictable' shows. Read all about it here!
Today’s Stories from Ultimate Classic Rock:
Iron Maiden Announce 'Maiden England' 2012 U.S. Tour
Van Halen's 'A Different Kind of Truth' Debuts at Number Two
The Beach Boys Announce 2012 U.S. Tour Dates
Def Leppard's Phil Collen: Houston's Death a Sad Reminder of Steve Clark
Neal Schon Defends Himself Against 50 Million Dollar Lawsuit
Nicolas Cage Says He Wants a Career Like Led Zeppelin
Todd Rundgren Plans 'Unpredictable' Shows And Webcast
Aerosmith's Steven Tyler Calls Passing Of Whitney Houston A 'Terrible Loss'
Gregg Allman Memoir 'My Cross to Bear' Due May 1
Van Halen Inspired Student Suspended For 'Hot For Teacher' Essay
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