Theo Wargo/WireImageLast January, James Taylor and Jackson Browne announced a joint U.S. tour to take place in May of 2020. Of course, it had to be canceled due to COVID-19, so it was postponed to May of this year. However, now the trek has been rescheduled again. The good newsRead More →

Ian Gavan/Getty ImagesAnother day, another catalog of iconic songs being sold by a legendary musician.  This time, it’s Paul Simon. Music Week reports that Sony Music Publishing has acquired the 16-time Grammy winner’s songwriting catalog, including the songs he wrote with Simon & Garfunkel, as well as those he pennedRead More →

Genesis PublicationsA limited-edition book featuring photographs taken by Paul McCartney‘s younger brother, Mike, during the 1950s and ’60s, including many early images of Paul and his Beatles band mates, will be published in September. Mike McCartney’s Early Liverpool gathers together pics that the young shutterbug snapped from his childhood throughRead More →

UMeThis May 17 marks the 50th anniversary of the release Paul and Linda McCartney‘s Ram album, and in celebration of the milestone, a limited-edition half-speed-mastered vinyl version of the record will arrive on May 14. Ram, which was Paul’s second post-Beatles project and the only album credited to both himRead More →

Credit: Michael MullerIn October 2019, Billy Idol played a Las Vegas residency at Palms Casino Resort’s Pearl Theater, and now the punk-pop legend is slated to return to Sin City this October for a multiple-show engagement at a different venue. Idol has scheduled four concerts at The Cosmopolitan resort’s ChelseaRead More →

Credit: Lauren DukoffMelissa Etheridge, a longtime advocate for marijuana legalization, is planning a special livestream event to celebrate April 20, the unofficial holiday of pot smokers everywhere. The special, called It’s Cool to Be Kind, will feature Melissa playing her own music, as well as what’s described as “4/20 influencedRead More →

Gennady Avramenko/Epsilon/Getty ImagesIn 2016, founding Deep Purple and Rainbow guitarist Ritchie Blackmore relaunched the latter band with a new lineup, although, to date, the group’s latest incarnation has only performed in the U.K. and mainland Europe, and only sporadically. Blackmore, whose main musical project for the last two decades hasRead More →

ABC/CRAIG SJODIN; Danny ClinchElton John and Bruce Springsteen are among the top 10 artists of the last year when it comes to streaming concerts, according to a Bandsintown survey. The live music discovery and recommendation platform used its data of “fan RSVPs to livestreams and archival concert performances” to determineRead More →

Elektra Catalog Group; Elektra Catalog Group; RhinoThe Eagles will be reissuing three of their albums as two-LP sets pressed on 180-gram vinyl on Friday, April 2. The albums, which you can pre-order now at Eagles.com, are 1980’s Eagles Live, 2000’s The Millennium Concert, and 2007’s Long Road Out of Eden.Read More →

Credit: Lock 3The city of Akron, Ohio, has announced plans to honor hometown band Devo with its own day this Thursday, April 1.  That day will also mark the start of a month-long campaign to inspire people to vote for the New Wave group’s induction into the Rock & RollRead More →