Red Window Limited/S-Curve Records It’s pretty rare for an 80-year-old artist to score a chart-topping album, but perhaps it’s not so unusual if that artist is Sir Tom Jones. The Welsh pop idol has made history in his U.K. homeland by becoming the oldest male artist ever to reach #1Read More →

Bravo Writing “We Are the World” with Michael Jackson was quite the memorable experience for Lionel Richie. During an appearance on Watch What Happens Live Thursday night, Lionel recalled his favorite — or should we say, most terrifying — memory for their unforgettable writing session. “Well, there’s only one that comesRead More →

QEDG Management Moody Blues singer/bassist John Lodge‘s recently announced solo single, “The Sun Will Shine,” was released today as a digital download and via streaming services. As previously reported, Lodge wrote the song while isolating during the COVID-19 pandemic at his residence in Florida, and was inspired to look towardRead More →

© 2021 Yoko Ono Lennon John Lennon‘s son Sean Ono Lennon has created a new series of animations inspired by the songs on his late dad’s recently reissued 1970 debut solo album, John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band. Sean used the Spotify Canvas medium to create the series of animated loops, collectivelyRead More →

Simon Fowler/© Queen Productions Ltd. The seventh episode of Queen‘s weekly YouTube video series Queen the Greatest premiered today, focusing on the successful songs that drummer Roger Taylor has written or co-written for the band. The installment begins by noting that all four members of Queen have penned “their fairRead More →

BMG The album and home video documenting the star-studded London concert that Mick Fleetwood organized in February 2020 celebrating Fleetwood Mac’s early music and the band’s original frontman, guitarist Peter Green, gets released today in multiple formats. Titled Mick Fleetwood & Friends Celebrate the Music of Peter Green and theRead More →

Simon & Schuster Richard Marx is going to be sitting down for a livestream to promote his new memoir, Stories to Tell. The singer will appear on the social-shopping site TalkShopLive to discuss the book with fans, as well as play a song or two. Viewers will also be ableRead More →

Shout! Factory The 1978 film Just a Gigolo, which starred David Bowie in the lead role, will be released on Blu-ray for the first time on June 29. The newly remastered movie also will be made available on DVD and digitally on the same day. The film, which also featuredRead More →

Courtesy of MTV MTV will mark its 40th anniversary in August, which means it’s been around to document the rise of every major music star you can think of for the last two generations.  Now, we’ll be able to see how it all played out in a new series calledRead More →