Bob Seger kicked off his tour in support of his new album, Ride Out, Wednesday night at the Dows Wendler Arena in Saginaw, Michigan.
Jimmy Ruffin, the Motown tenor who hit the Top 10 with “What Becomes of the Brokenhearted” and made a 1980 comeback with the Robin Gibb composition “Hold Onto My Love,” died today in Las Vegas, according to TMZ. He was 78 — three years older than in most published biographies of him.
These two adorable brothers are in big trouble after having some unsupervised fun with paint. Their dad then scolded them but had to fight back his laughter while doing so.
Out today (November 18th) is eagerly awaited star-studded Paul McCartney tribute album, titled, The Art Of McCartney.
The Doobie Brothers are back in the Top 20 with their latest album — the new Southbound collection, which pairs the group with modern country stars.
Otis “Big Daddy” Williams is one of the founding (and sole remaining) members of Motown’s Temptations. He came to Berry Gordy’s Motown in 1961 along with Eddie Kendricks Melvin Franklin Paul Williams & Al Bryant as members of rival groups, The Distants and The Primes, and changed their name to The Elgins.
Bono had quite the scare yesterday when the private plane he was flying on suddenly lost its rear door.
The Who are commemorating their 50th anniversary by giving fans something people five decades ago probably wouldn’t have even believed possible — a free app for smartphone, tablet and desktop.
It has been revealed that Robert Plant nixed a nearly $800 million dollar deal for a Led Zeppelin tour proposed by British mogul Richard Branson. Britain’s The Mirror reported that Branson, a die-hard fan of the band, pitched Plant, Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones, and Jason Bonham the record breaking offer in exchange for 35 dates in three cities: London, England (at the O2); Berlin, Germany; and New Jersey, U.S.A.
he Art of McCartney, the 42-song tribute album to The Beatles’ Paul McCartney, has two more complete track previews posted on its YouTube page — Chrissie Hynde doing “Let It Be” and Billy Joel’s take on “Maybe I’m Amazed.”