Courtesy of Record Store Day The first of two 2021 Record Store Day “Drops” events takes place this Saturday, June 12, featuring the release of exclusive, limited-edition vinyl discs at independent record stores, including offerings from Elton John, Prince, The Rolling Stones, The Police and Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers.
Danny Clinch; Denise Truscello/WireImage Bruce Springsteen will be featured on a new tune by The Killers called “Dustland” that, according to a post on the modern rockers’ social media sites, will be released on Wednesday, June 16. The band also has posted a link to pre-save the digital track, as
Credit: Roger Kisby ZZ Top frontman Billy Gibbons has released a music video for a fourth song from his latest solo album, Hardware, this one for a driving rock tune titled “She’s On Fire.” Like Gibbons’ three previous videos, the “She’s On Fire” clip was shot by Texas-based filmmaker Harry
Frontiers Music srl Former Styx singer/keyboardist Dennis DeYoung has just released what he says will be his final studio album, 26 East, Volume 2, a sequel to 2020’s 26 East, Volume 1. The collection features 12 tracks, four of which were co-written by Ides of March and ex-Survivor member Jim
Richard Creamer/Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images Late Boston frontman Brad Delp, whose soaring vocals powered the band’s arena-ready songs, was born 70 years ago this Saturday, June 12. Delp contributed all the vocals to Boston’s classic 1976 self-titled debut album, while main songwriter/lead guitarist Tom Scholz played most of the instrumental
Bushbranch/Surfdog Records Eric Clapton has teamed up with Van Morrison under the moniker Slowhand & Van for a new collaborative single titled “The Rebels” that’s available now as a digital download and via streaming services. The song, which was written by Morrison, is a duet version of a tune called
UMe/Virgin The latest installment of Def Leppard‘s limited-edition series of box sets spanning the band’s entire career hits stores today. The new collection, Def Leppard — Volume Three, focuses on the first decade of the 2000s, including three studio albums: 2002’s X, the 2006 covers project Yeah! and 2008’s Songs