Courtesy of CBS SUNDAY MORNINGThis past weekend, Christopher Cross sat down with CBS Sunday Morning to talk about battling COVID-19, which he says left him barely able to walk.  But in addition to now being on the mend, he’s got some more good news: His catalog has gotten a hugeRead More →

Courtesy of Keith RichardsA brand-new music video for Keith Richards‘ 1992 solo song “Hate It When You Leave” premiered today at RollingStone.com. The clip, also streaming on Richards’ official YouTube channel, features footage of people enjoying their daily lives in rural and and small-town America, including scenes of young peopleRead More →

Steve Granitz/WireImageSteve Winwood has penned a tribute to his former Spencer Davis Group band mate Spencer Davis, who died Monday at the age of 81 while being treated for pneumonia. Winwood was just 14 when he joined The Spencer Davis Group in 1963, and he served as the band’s leadRead More →

Credit: Amy GranthamGraham Nash has debuted a new song, simply titled “Vote,” that offers a direct message encouraging people to participate in the upcoming election. Nash tells Rolling Stone that he originally began writing the tune in the 1970s as an appeal for people to vote former President Richard NixonRead More →

Capitol Records/UMeThe rumors were true! Paul McCartney has confirmed that he’ll release a new solo album titled McCartney III that was written, produced and performed entirely by the former Beatles legend. The album, Sir Paul’s 18th solo effort, is due out on December 11 and was recorded at his Sussex,Read More →

Credit: Shepard FaireyHeart frontwoman Ann Wilson has just released her first new music in two years, a cover of veteran Americana artist Steve Earle‘s 2004 song “The Revolution Starts Now” that’s available now as a digital download and via streaming. You also can check out the politically charged tune atRead More →

Michael Ochs Archives/Getty ImagesThe power of TikTok strikes again: Stevie Nicks is now number one on Billboard‘s Hot 100 Songwriters Chart, thanks to the resurgence of her 1977 Fleetwood Mac chart-topper, “Dreams.” The song is currently sitting at #12 on the Billboard Hot 100, thanks to its inclusion is aRead More →

Daniel Knighton/Getty ImagesThe city of Pasadena, California, where Eddie Van Halen grew up, will discuss a possible memorial in honor of the late guitar legend. According to Pasadena Now, plans will be heard by the Pasadena City Council this coming Monday, October 26. Eddie and his older brother, Alex VanRead More →

Hachette BooksThe story of Peter Frampton comes alive in his new memoir, Do You Feel Like I Do?, which was published on Tuesday. The book, which the guitar whiz co-wrote with music journalist Alan Light, delves deeply into Peter’s roller-coaster career, including his rise to pop idol status with theRead More →

Credit: Yuval HenQueen‘s Brian May has contributed his guitar and production talents to a new version of the classic 1962 Jerry Leiber–Mike Stoller tune “I’m a Woman.” It was recorded by a quartet of female vocalists called WOMAN in conjunction with Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The track, which will beRead More →