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THE LEAF

THE LEAF

Coffee. Cigars. Pipes. Life’s too short to smoke bad tobacco. Business looks a little different these days, but they’re still open for business! The Leaf is a premium cigar and pipe tobacco shop located in downtown Abilene, Texas. They have a large walk-in humidor with a variety of cigars to choose from. The Leaf is…More

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Queen Guitarist Brian May Reveals He Suffered a “Small” Heart Attack

Queen Guitarist Brian May Reveals He Suffered a “Small” Heart Attack

Queen guitarist Brian May revealed on Instagram Monday that he suffered a “small” heart attack and underwent an emergency heart procedure earlier this month. The 72-year-old said he was “very near death” when it was discovered he had congested arteries in danger of blocking the blood supply to his heart. The guitarist subsequently had three…More

CDJ Today: May 26 in Classic Rock

CDJ Today: May 26 in Classic Rock

May 26, 2000 – Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee begins a five day jail sentence for violating his parole by drinking alcohol.  A Malibu judge extends Lee’s probation until May 26, 2003, reinstates random drug testing and orders him to enroll in Alcoholics Anonymous. May 26, 1994 – Michael Jackson marries Lisa Marie Presley in the Dominican Republic. The couple divorce in 1995. May 26, 1973 – Deep Purple release…More

Watch Journey Perform ‘ Don’t Stop Believin’’ Remotely with Brand New Lineup

Watch Journey Perform ‘ Don’t Stop Believin’’ Remotely with Brand New Lineup

Journey debuted a brand new lineup Saturday night when keyboardist Jason Derlatka, drummer Narada Michael Walden and returning bassist Randy Jackson joined Neal Schon, Jonathan Cain and Arnel Pineda for a remote version of the hit “Don’t Stop Believin’.” The quarantine gig was part of the UNICEF Won’t Stop fundraising concert on Saturday evening. Watch…More

CDJ Today: May 25 in Classic Rock

CDJ Today: May 25 in Classic Rock

May 25, 1978 – Keith Moon of the Who, performs for the last time with the band at a secret concert for fan club members at London’s Shepperton Film Studios.  The show was a mini-concert for their career-spanning documentary The Kids Are Alright.  The band had been off the road for nearly two years, and gave a solid but stilted performance.  Keith…More