The Notorious B.I.G., T. Rex, and The Doobie Brothers also make up this year’s class.
They’re hitting the road together for the first time in nearly 25 years.
Keyboardist Bill Payne also suggests new material is coming from Doobie Brothers.
Bethel Woods Center wants people who seek to “feel the vibes … to come on other weekends.”
Four-day event will take place on the original site of the 1969 fest.
The respective soft rock and funk legends team up for a lengthy run of US shows.
From A Tribe Called Quest to X, the range of talent being shut out is astonishing.
The soft-rock legend also touches on the meaning behind his upcoming Christmas album.
As music festivals disappoint, these gigs look more enticing.
Double dose of classic rock kicks off the second week of May.
Concerts featuring Depeche Mode, Deftones, Jimmy Eat World, and Kings of Leon are part of the promotion.
The dream yacht rock collaboration occurred at this past weekend’s Okeechobee Fest.