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THE LEAF

THE LEAF

Coffee. Cigars. Pipes. Life’s too short to smoke bad tobacco. 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. A bottomless cup of coffee for the day only cost $2.00!! Go check them out today!…More

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Judas Priest Announce 50th Anniversary Tour

Judas Priest Announce 50th Anniversary Tour

Judas Priest will celebrate their 50th anniversary with a U.S. tour this fall. The 50 Heavy Metal Years Tour will kick off September 9th in Oxon Hill, MD and wraps up October 17th in Las Vegas. In between the band will make stops in major cities including Philadelphia, Newark, Charlotte, Orlando, Detroit, Chicago, Milwaukee, Dallas,…More

CDJ Today: February 25 in Classic Rock

CDJ Today: February 25 in Classic Rock

February 25, 1980 – Bob Seger releases his 11th studio album Against the Wind. The album sells five million copies in the U.S. and wins two Grammy Awards. February 25, 2003 – Gary Rossington of Lynyrd Skynyrd undergoes emergency heart surgery. The guitarist has a successful bypass operation in Atlanta after a routine screening finds him to be suffering from coronary artery disease. Rossington is…More

The Doors’ Robby Krieger Details New Album, Releases New Single

The Doors’ Robby Krieger Details New Album, Releases New Single

Robby Krieger, songwriter and guitarist for The Doors, has released the details of a new solo album and shared the first single. Hear “The Drift” now in the player below. The jazz album, titled The Ritual Begins at Sundown, is due out April 24th and marks Krieger’s first solo record in a decade. “I was…More

CDJ Today: February 24 in Classic Rock

CDJ Today: February 24 in Classic Rock

February 24, 1975 – Led Zeppelin release their sixth album Physical Graffiti. It’s a double album featuring 8 new songs, and songs left over from their previous albums Led Zeppelin III, Led Zeppelin IV and Houses Of The Holy.  Featuring an intricate die-cut cover of a New York City brownstone, the album goes on to sell over 8 million copies in the…More