The late Michael Jackson was born on August 29th, 1958. He would have been 56 today (Friday).
Bruce Springsteen has helped turn one of his songs into a book.
A concert recording of James Taylor in his heyday and some less than stellar mid-1960s recordings featuring him are both being released in the next couple of weeks.
Doobie Brothers guitarist Patrick Simmons and his wife Cris will be taking part in Motorcycle Cannonball Endurance Run 2014.
The website TheRichest.com is solely dedicated to Forbes-like lists of the people with the highest net worth in all sorts of endeavors — including bass playing.
Mary Wilson spoke to Billboard to mark the 50th “Where Did Our Love Go” becoming The Supremes’ first number-one hit.
A couple of weeks ago at the American Society of Association Executives convention in Nashville, the Detroit Metro Convention & Visitors Bureau introduced a new promotional video touting Detroit as America’s Comeback City.
The Hollies will celebrate the 50th anniversary of their first album with a 50-song compilation from Parlophone. Due October 21st, 50 at Fifty includes the hits that earned the Manchester, England group induction to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame along with album cuts, early hits that didn’t cross to the States and a brand new track.
7 First Alert meteorologists gave us another perfect day for the annual Woodward Dream Cruise. I’ve personally been to all 20 and this years was among the best!
Just in time for the 20th annual Woodward Dream Cruise, Detroit’s own Bob Seger has released a brand new song called “Made in Detroit”.