It was 49 years ago Sunday (February 14th, 1967) that Aretha Franklin recorded her cover version of Otis Redding’s “Respect.
Peter Frampton has posted on his YouTube page an acoustic performance of “Baby, I Love Your Way,” one of 11 songs he re-recorded for his new album, Acoustic Classics, which will be released on February 26th.
An oft-repeated rumor about David Bowie and Mick Jagger is back — with a twist.
Paul McCartney brews his own beer. The Sun reported that “Macca” uses hops from his Sussex, England estate for his private line of ale, called Old Stinkhorn, which is named after “a phallic-shaped mushroom which also grows on his farm.”
Just Bob and an acoustic guitar recorded in 1974 at a club called the Orphanage in San Francisco California.
According to TMZ, the band’s co-founder and driving creative force passed away early this morning (Thursday). He had been ill for many years with Parkinson’s, which forced him to stop touring.
It looks like Led Zeppelin won’t be able to shake the plagiarism lawsuit over “Stairway to Heaven” on a technicality.
I know I know, It’s golf. But’ before you start yawning, this PGA tour event is different! The Waste Management Open begins today at the TPC Scottsdale in Arizona.
Steven Tyler’s Skittles commercial, which will get its network premiere during Sunday’s (February 7th) Super Bowl 50 telecast, has made its online debut.
The NFL has gathered up children and adults who were born nine months after their parents’ favorite team won the Super Bowl for a new ad to show how much excitement the Super Bowl brings.