George Harrison fans have been counting down to today (September 23rd) for the long awaited release of the deluxe, eight-disc boxed edition, The Apple Years 1968-75.
Neil Diamond has a special treat for his hometown fans. The Brooklyn, New York legend — who says he’s never performed in the borough where he grew up — will do a “secret concert” at 6 pm on September 29th.
It was 39 years ago today (September 22nd, 1965) that The Supremes recorded their Number One hit, “I Hear A Symphony.”
John Mellencamp has just announced an 80-date North American tour. The six-month, primarily theater trek — performed as one long, single leg with small breaks — would be a daunting itinerary for a man even half of Mellencamp’s 62 years.
Detroit…..You are gonna love this video! “Detroit Made” will be the lead track from Bob Seger’s new album, “Ride Out”, to be released October 14th.
With the news on Tuesday that there will be a massive Paul McCartney tribute album coming out in November, we can now share a sample of what you will hear.
The Paul McCartney tribute album we were the first to report on in 2010 is finally done and ready for release. Titled The Art of McCartney, it contains over 40Beatles, Wings and McCartney solo songs done by the likes of Bob Dylan, Brian Wilson, Billy Joel, Alice Cooper, Roger Daltrey, Paul Rodgers, Barry Gibb, Cat Stevens, Def Leppard, KISS, Cheap Trick and many others. McCartney gave his complete support to the project and had his touring band back many of the artists.
Bob Seger‘s office has just shared details on his new album, Ride Out, with us. The formal announcement will come later today. Available October 14th, Ride Out contains 10 tracks, with a “Deluxe Version” adding [...]
Chrissie Hynde has announced her first solo tour apart from the Pretenders. Hynde, who’ll be on the road in support of her debut solo set, Stockholm, has three European warm-up dates set for September and October, before launching the 25-date North American tour on October 30th at Toronto’s Massey Hall and winding things down on December 6th at L.A.’s Pantages Theatre.
Joe Perry spoke candidly about his legendary and often bumpy relationship with Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler.