This morning, Judge Richard Berman nullified the four game suspension of New England Patriot quarterback and former Michigan player Tom Brady. However, according to Us Weekly, Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen‘s six-year marriage is on the rocks. […]
Let’s hope the date lasts longer than her fights.
John Fogerty says his decision not to play with the other members of Creedence Clearwater Revival when they were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1993 stems from their decision to sell their […]
It was 49 years ago Saturday night (August 29th, 1966), that the Beatles performed their last official concert in San Francisco at Candlestick Park. The tour, which had already hit Germany, Japan and the Philippines, […]
Two of the albums not covered in the Van Morrison catalog deal announced earlier this week will get reissued on October 30th. 1968’s Astral Weeks and 1970’s His Band and the Street Choir have each […]
The Who‘s show this past June at Hyde Park in London is coming to the big screen. The Who: Live in Hyde Park will start being shown in theaters around the world on October 7th. […]
It was 40 years ago today (August 25th, 1975) that many fans believe Bruce Springsteen released the single greatest rock album of the 1970s — if not in all of rock history; the legendary Born […]
It’s probably the most valuable thing within blocks — an abandoned warehouse in Detroit is filled with baseball cards. London’s Daily Mail reports that some urban explorers happened upon the find, and that the cards are […]
Keith Richards is promoting the release of his third studio solo album, Crosseyed Heart, on September 18th, with a unique bit of history. Four English Heritage plaques are being placed around London and Southwest England at […]
The documentary is told through 12 of Cash’s songs.