Gonzo MultimediaAmerica will celebrate its 50th anniversary by releasing a career-spanning eight-disc box set titled Half Century in early June that features a treasure trove of unreleased audio and video. The collection boasts seven CDs featuring rare alternate mixes, demos, rehearsals, live performances and interviews, plus a DVD featuring “homeRead More →

ABC/Rick RowellGreen Day has dropped a surprise new EP, Otis Big Guitar Mix. The collection includes alternate mixes of three songs from the punk trio’s 2012 ¡Uno! and ¡Dos!: “Lazy Bones,” “Wild One” and “Oh Love.” You can download the EP now via digital outlets. Green Day just dropped their new album, Father of All…, in February.Read More →

ABC/Randy Holmes; Mary McCartney/MPL CommunicationsElton John and Paul McCartney are among the British celebrities who have taken part in a new video salute to the U.K.’s National Health Service for the work it’s doing during the COVID-19 pandemic. The clip, which was posted on the organization’s Twitter page Thursday, beginsRead More →

Mascot Label GroupFormer Whitesnake guitarist Adrian Vandenberg recently announced that he’s relaunched a new version of his namesake band, Vandenberg, and now plans for a new studio album by the group have been unveiled. The 10-track collection, titled 2020, will be released on May 29. The album features nine newRead More →

Rick Guest/Interscope RecordsThe Who recently postponed all its 2020 tour dates because of the COVID-19 pandemic, but Pete Townshend says having to forgo performing and shelter in place is allowing him time to work on various music projects. In a recent interview with the U.K.’s BBC Radio 6 Music, TownshendRead More →

Courtesy of Morrison Hotel GalleryAcclaimed rock photographer Neal Preston, known for shooting classic pics of Led Zeppelin, Queen, The Who and many other famous music artists, will take part in a live online Q&A today as part of Morrison Hotel Gallery‘s Behind the Lens Instagram Live video series. Preston explainsRead More →

Credit: Kate IzorRoger Waters has recorded an updated version of “The Right to Live in Peace,” a protest song by late Chilean folk singer, poet and communist activist Victor Jara, who was tortured and killed in 1973 after dictator Augusto Pinochet seized control of Chile’s government. The founding Pink FloydRead More →