Queen + Adam Lambert started their North American tour Friday in Glendale, Arizona. As Lambert had told us earlier this year, the band’s 1977 album News of the World is prominently featured.
Passengers on board an Air Asia flight from Perth, Australia to Malaysia want answers after the plane started violently shaking and the pilot made a very unnerving announcement.
The all-star rendition of Bridge Over Troubled Water, featuring stars including Leona Lewis, Louis Tomlinson and Liam Payne of One Direction, James Blunt, and more, is headed for No. 1 in the U.K. and is setting sales records to boot.
The strain between Ann and Nancy Wilson — stemming from Ann’s husband’s assault on Nancy’s two children last year — seems to be healing.
It seems odd that it’s taken so long for someone to do this, but a video editor has synced actual historical footage with all of the chronological events mentioned in Billy Joel’s “We Didn’t Start the Fire.”
At a pop-up exhibition held in London over the weekend to promote the expanded edition of George Harrison’s 1980 memoir I, Me, Mine, Olivia Harrison explained what she’d done with the lyrics to a lost song by George she’d recently discovered in a piano bench at their home in England.
Anita Pallenberg, Keith Richards’ longtime girlfriend and the mother to his first three children, has died at age 73.
Noticeably absent from this list: Woodstock, Concert for Bangladesh, The tour that produced Seger’s “Live Bullet” and the Frampton tour that produced “Comes Alive” to name a few!
BREAKING: U.S. university student, Otto Warmbier, has been released from a North Korean prison after serving just one year of a 15 year sentence. As of now, 3 U.S. citizens still remain in North Korean custody.
Eddie Money has always been a big supporter of our military, and he backs it up by literally putting his money where his mouth is.