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Harper Collins Rush’s Geddy Lee is getting ready to release his new memoir, My Effin’ Life, on November 14, and he’ll be heading to the U.K. to promote it with a new spoken word tour.   Kicking off December 10 in Wolverhampton, England, the shows will feature Geddy reading key passages from the book. He’ll alsoRead More →

Photo Credit: Gottlieb Bros. Yes kicked off a new leg of their Classic Tales of Yes tour on Thursday, September 21, in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, and the band, made up of Steve Howe, Geoff Downes, Jon Davison, Billy Sherwood and Jay Schellen, are certain fans won’t be disappointed. Howe notes, “We’ve put together a great setlist covering theRead More →

UMe The late Olivia Newton-John‘s hit 1978 album, Totally Hot, is getting a rerelease. Totally Hot was the star’s first album to be RIAA-certified Platinum; that particular award had just been established in 1976. It’s no surprise that Totally Hot reached that sales mark, since it was released five months afterRead More →

Manny Carabel/Getty Images There’s nothing quite like seeing Bruce Springsteen play a show close to his home in New Jersey, and now the rocker is sharing some of his favorite local performances with fans. The Boss, who turns 74 on Saturday, just shared The Live Series: Songs of New Jersey, a playlist made upRead More →

Geffen Records The Rolling Stones’ latest single, “Angry,” is featured on the official Spotify soundtrack to EA SPORTS FC24, the football (soccer to most folks in the U.S.) entertainment platform with a community of over 150 million users.  “Angry” is the first single off The Stones’ upcoming album, Hackney Diamonds, dropping October 20. EA Worldwide ExecutiveRead More →

Foghat Records, distributed by Select-O-Hits Foghat has unveiled the latest track from their upcoming album, Sonic Mojo. The new tune, “She’s a Little Bit of Everything,” was co-written by founding drummer Roger Earl’s former Savoy Brown bandmate, the late Kim Simmonds, before he passed away in December 2022.  “As soon as I heard this song, IRead More →

Rhino/Warner Records Fleetwood Mac is back on the charts. The band’s recent release, Rumours: Live, lands at #4 on the Billboard Top Album Sales chart this week. It’s been a pretty long time since Fleetwood Mac has been ranked this high on the chart. The last time was back in 2003 when their album Say You Will debutedRead More →

Butterfly Records/Big Machine Label Group Dolly Parton has shared another preview of her upcoming album Rockstar, releasing her take on the 4 Non-Blondes classic “What’s Up?” It features a guest appearance by the song’s writer and lead singer, Linda Perry.  The new release comes with an accompanying video, shot at Eakin Elementary School in downtown Nashville. It has DollyRead More →

On This Day, September 22, 1985… Willie Nelson, Neil Young and John Mellencamp headlined the first-ever Farm Aid concert in Champaign, Illinois. The trio organized the all-star event to raise money to help family farmers in the United States. They were inspired by comments Bob Dylan made during the Live Aid concerts, in which he said he hoped someRead More →

Queen Production Ltd. Queen frontman Freddie Mercury has often been hailed as one of the greatest frontmen in rock ‘n’ roll, and that was certainly apparent to anyone who ever got to see him perform live with the band. Well, now Queen is giving fans insight into the man for the latest edition of their weekly YouTubeRead More →

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