Courtesy of Global Citizen; Courtesy of VetsAidThe COVID-19 pandemic affected all areas of life this year, but the music industry was among the most affected.  The global concert business lost an estimated $30 billion as live events were completely shut down. Among the countless artists who had to cancel orRead More →

Long Island Music Hall of FameA star-studded New Year’s Eve presented by the Long Island Music Hall of Fame will air this evening at 9 p.m. ET on the local Long Island, New York, channel News 12 Plus.  It also will stream on the station’s official Facebook page. The 90-minuteRead More →

Interscope RecordsGwen Stefani will reintroduce herself visually Friday morning — if you’re not too hungover to tune in. The official video for her new song “Let Me Reintroduce Myself” debuts at 11 a.m. ET.  From a teaser posted on Instagram, the video looks as though it’ll feature imagery from Gwen’sRead More →

Credit: Ray Di PietroAs we prepare to ring in 2021 this evening, Elvis Costello has delivered a surprise musical kiss-off to the past year in the form of a new song titled “Farewell, OK 2020.” The tune, which you can check out at Costello’s official YouTube channel, is a rockingRead More →

Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Live NationGuns N’ Roses has shared an official live video capturing the band’s cover of the Soundgarden‘s “Black Hole Sun.” The performance is featured in a collection of highlights from the “Welcome to the Jungle” rockers’ set at Tennessee’s Exit 111 festival in October 2019. TheRead More →

ANGELA WEISS/AFP via Getty Images; ABCCOVID-19 has canceled most New Year’s Eve concerts, but you’ll still be able to see some of your favorite artists perform Thursday night on select TV specials and streaming events. Among the veteran stars who are performing this evening at various events are Jon BonRead More →

Credit: Al PereiraWith 2020 coming to a close, Kinks guitarist Dave Davies is reflecting on the turbulent year while also maintaining a positive attitude about the future. With touring on hold because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the 73-year-old Rock & Roll Hall of Famer tells ABC Audio that he’s “dyingRead More →

© Mary McCartneyIn the latest installment of his “You Gave Me the Answer” Q&A feature, Paul McCartney has fielded a variety of questions about his new studio, his McCartney III album, and some other interesting queries to close out 2020. As previously reported, Sir Paul recorded McCartney III almost entirelyRead More →

Raymond Boyd/Getty ImagesThe hip-hop and dance communities are mourning the death of dancer Adolfo Quiñones, better known as “Shabba-Doo,” who passed away Tuesday at age 65.  The news was confirmed Wednesday by Toni Basil, who co-founded the popular street dance crew Quiñones was a part of. “It is with extreme sadness The Lockers familyRead More →

Credit: Joshua PickeringAlto Reed, the longtime sax player with Bob Seger‘s Silver Bullet Band, died Wednesday, December 30, after a battle with colon cancer. He was 72. Reed, who was born Thomas Neal Cartmell in Detroit in 1948, started playing with Seger in 1971 and appeared on nearly all ofRead More →