Rolling Stones Celebrate 50 Years With New Video Montage
Most of us weren’t able to travel to London’s Somerset House to celebrate the Rolling Stones‘ 50th Anniversary last month, so a new video the band has posted will have to do.
Deep Purple Announced for Wacken Open Air 2013
Though the world is still mourning the death of Jon Lord, the music continues to live on with the current lineup of Deep Purple. While it’s been since 2005 since we’ve had a new record, there is some good news for the band and their future.
Elton John Misses Out on Muse’s Olympic Contribution
Muse may be all over the Olympic Games with their “official song” ‘Survival,’ but there was a point where the track might have sounded a little different.
The Kinks’ Best Collected on Two-Disc Compilation
The Kinks once sang ‘You Really Got Me,’ but do you really have all the best music from the band? If not, then the upcoming two-disc hits compilation ‘Waterloo Sunset: The Very Best of the Kinks and Ray Davies’ is definitely for you.
Bruce Springsteen Tacks on Late Fall 2012 North American Dates
Bruce Springsteen has certainly made the most of touring in Europe this summer, but “The Boss” will be back in the good ol’ U.S. of A. this fall.
Metallica Stage Crew Members Catch Fire: Staged or Not?
Metallica were back in action in Mexico City Saturday night (July 28) and part of their performance had some fans fearing the worst for a pair of stage crew members.
Paul McCartney Supporting Release of Abused Baby Elephant
Paul McCartney continues to use whatever power or leverage his celebrity has brought him for good. The singer’s latest mission is to help in the aid of the release of an abused baby elephant.
Beach Boys Covers Collected for ‘Good Vibrations: The Beach Boys Songbook’ CD
Everyone’s happy that the Beach Boys are back in action this summer, and Sony Music Japan want to mark the occasion by offering a brand new tribute collection. ‘Good Vibrations: The Beach Boys Songbook’ is a set of 25 covers of Beach Boys classics performed by a…
Kiss Portion of ‘The Tour’ Gets Off to Fiery Start in Virginia
Kiss are back and ready to rock for audiences around the country as ‘The Tour’ officially kicked off Friday night (July 20) in Bristow, Va.
Paul Simon, Eric Clapton Guest on Instrumentalist Jerry Douglas’ ‘Traveler’ Album
He’s one of the most respected instrumentalists in bluegrass music, but more often than not he’s relegated to playing second fiddle (or more likely dobro) to artists like Ricky Skaggs and Alison Krauss, among others. But with the ‘Traveler’ album…
Bob Dylan Teams Up With Mark Knopfler for Fall 2012 Tour
Whoever said the best things take time might have had a premonition about the fall concert tour pairing of Bob Dylan and Mark Knopfler.
Paul McCartney’s Grammy Jam Chronicled in ‘A Death in the Family: The Show Must Go On’ Doc…
The 54th Annual Grammy Awards were one of the more trying events to pull together in the history of the ceremony, and a new documentary is chronicling how it all came together.