It’s been 10 years since CBGB, the infamous birthplace of punk, closed its doors for good to the public. The country blues-turned-punk club officially shut down Oct. 15, 2006, after a losing a deal to renew the lease with their landlord, Bowery Residents’ Committee. The final concert was headlined by Patti Smith. Read more from Billboard Magazine.
Epic Rights Artists, YES, Journey, and Jeff Lynne’s ELO nominated for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. For the… more →
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With well over 200 meetings scheduled over the course of the 3-day show, Epic Rights’s booth at Licensing Expo 2016… more →
Kim Kardashian featured on this week’s cover of Billboard Magazine. She opens up about her favorite musicians who… more →
Japan’s BURRN! Magazine commemorates the KISS Expo Tokyo with 56 pages of just KISS. Out October 5th.
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Epic Rights partners with MadeWorn to create one of a kind vintage graphic tees. Designer, Blaine Halvorson, creates fine art,… more →
Epic Rights is proud to announce a new partnership with Stevie Nicks. VIP packages including reserved ticketing, exclusive… more →
Barbra Streisand achieves her 11th No. 1 album on… more →
Billy Joel performs form 63,000 at the fabled Wembley Stadium in London, UK. “Energy and passion for performing… more →
Danish supermodel, Nina Agdal, enjoys a beautiful day in Beverly Hills with boyfriend, Leonard DiCaprio. The two spend… more →
Rock band Dokken will have at least one new song to play for fans when the group begins… more →
Hybrid and Epic Rights school you on Retro style offering Def Leppard acid wash jean jacket and AC/DC flannels. Get… more →
A new series from Dynamite Entertainment brings the classic rockers back to comics once again this October. For… more →