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  • June 16, 2010
    Mike recently sat down to talk guitars with Bryan Kehoe from Dunlop.

    Dunlop is a music accessory company based in Northern California who makes pedals, guitar picks, slides, capos, guitar strings, and a host of other products.

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  • June 16, 2010
    The new record has a darker hue in places than some chapters in the Petty catalogue, with a thick, present sound and lyrics so sharp they draw blood. A bit of Mudcrutch's psychedelic bent also finds its way into the proceedings, particularly on standout "First Flash of Freedom."

    "The takes were usually very early takes, and I wanted to leave room for improvisation. We didn't really demo this up. I just came in with my guitar, played them a song on it and took it from there," says Petty. "So, everyone had a lot to contribute.
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  • June 15, 2010
    Frontman and songwriter for The Heartbreakers rock band, Tom Petty has also enjoyed success as a solo artist. He hosts his own XM Radio show, on which he shares tracks from his personal record collection, and has made appearances in movies and on TV shows, including The Simpsons. Born and raised in Florida, Petty began playing music in high school and later moved to Los Angeles in search of a recording contract. He's a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee and recipient of the Billboard Century Award for his lifetime achievements.

    Click here to watch the interview.
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  • June 15, 2010
    Mojo hit record stores worldwide on Tuesday, and Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers celebrated with an incendiary show of hits and new songs at Calgary's Saddledome.

    Joe Cocker and his band got the night started with a bang with "Feelin' Alright," but the highlight of their set was a raucous "You Can Leave Your Hat On" that got the Saddledome crowd up on its feet and moving early.

    For the full review of the Calgary show, set list, photos and more click here. Please leave your own review. If you have pictures to share you can upload those too!
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  • June 14, 2010
    The Highway Companions Club presale takes place this week for the Sept. 23 show in Tulsa.

    The presale for 'Group A' begins Wed. June 16 at 10AM local time.

    The presales for our 'Group B' members begins Thurs. June 17 at 10AM local time .

    The presale ends on Friday June 18 at 5PM local time. Tickets go on sale to the general public Saturday June 19 at 10AM local time.

    You must be logged in with a paid Highway Companions Club account to participate in the presale. Once you log in, go to the Tours page and your presale access code will be displayed there.

    If you are not currently a
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  • June 14, 2010
    The waiting is over. Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers' new album Mojo is now available in stores on CD and digital formats!




    If you've already bought tickets to the 2010 tour online, make sure to REDEEM YOUR CODE sent to you by the ticketing service (ie. Ticketmaster) to receive your download copy of Mojo you are already entitled to.

    Click here for more information on how to redeem your album included with tour tickets.

    Mojo has received rave reviews so far. Rolling Stone has awarded the album four stars and calls Mojo "dynamite." USA Today proclaims that Mojo "fits comfortably near the
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  • June 14, 2010
    For Calgary, Edmonton, Saskatoon and Winnipeg:

    Will call opens at 5PM. Doors open at 6:30PM. Show starts at 7:30PM.
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  • June 13, 2010
    The presale for Tulsa will move back one day. It will take place this Wednesday to Friday and not Tuesday to Thursday. More details soon.
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  • June 13, 2010
    Tribune Interactive, one of the leading American multi-media companies, has launched an online Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers trivia game across its web network. Everyone who plays the game can enter to win two front-row seats to the October 1 show at the Hollywood Bowl, including airfare and hotel accommodations in Los Angeles!

    Click here to play the game and check out other cool Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers content.
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  • June 13, 2010
    By Dave Fricke

    Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers have been one of America's greatest live bands since their first club tours and opening-act jobs, in 1976 and '77. Lethal garage-rock modernists with pop-hook savvy, they've always had the chops and empathy to make a studio record like Mojo: everybody in one room, going for the master take together and getting it fast. They just took 34 years to work up the nerve.

    It was worth the wait. Mojo is dynamite � Petty and the Heartbreakers' matured return to the elementary fury of their first golden-twang era, capped by 1981's Hard Promises. The
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