Jay Black in 1998; Al Pereira/Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images Jay Black, former lead singer of the 1960s pop-rock group Jay and the Americans, died Friday at age 82, his family revealed to Rolling Stone. According to the statement, Black passed away from complications from pneumonia, and he also battled dementiaRead More →

Reprise Records Neil Young & Crazy Horse recently debuted a new song called “Song of the Seasons” as an advance track from the band’s upcoming album Barn, and now a video for the tune has premiered at NeilYoungArchives.com and Young’s YouTube channel. The clip features stop-motion footage of a beautifulRead More →

Polydor/Interscope/UMe The Rolling Stones‘ expanded 40th anniversary version of their chart-topping 1981 album Tattoo You got its release today. The reissue, which is available in multiple formats and configurations, features nine previously unreleased tracks from that period. All versions of the Tattoo You reissue feature a newly remastered version ofRead More →

YouTube Originals The new documentary Tom Petty, Somewhere You Feel Free: The Making of Wildflowers will get its worldwide release on November 11 as a free streaming event shown in 4K resolution on Tom Petty‘s official YouTube channel as part of the YouTube Originals series. As previously reported, the movieRead More →

Ludvig Andersson “Just a Notion,” the new single released from ABBA‘s much-anticipated comeback album, Voyage, isn’t really that new at all. ABBA’s Björn Ulvaeus says “Just a Notion” was originally recorded toward the end of 1978, and was probably destined for their album Voulez-Vous, but he claims he doesn’t “haveRead More →

BBC/Reprise Records Green Day has announced a new live album, The BBC Sessions. The 16-track set collects each of the punk trio’s four performances at the BBC’s Maida Vale Studios, recorded in 1994, 1996, 1998 and 2001, together for the first time on one album. It’ll be released December 10.Read More →

Capitol Records/UMe Expanded and remastered versions of The Band‘s fourth album, Cahoots, will be released on December 10, in commemoration of its recent 50th anniversary. Released in September 1971, Cahoots peaked at #21 on the Billboard 200 and featured such notable tunes as “Life Is a Carnival,” the Canadian-American roots-rockRead More →

ABC/Eric McCandless Multi-Grammy winner Steve Wonder is looking to add a couple more Grammys to his collection, with the 2020 singles “Where Is Our Love Song” and “Can’t Put It in the Hands of Fate.”  And as usual, he’s doing it on his terms. Wonder challenged the music industry status quoRead More →

Credit: Scott Robert Ritchie Are you ready to rock ‘n’ roll with Ringo Starr? The famed ex-Beatles drummer has debuted a music video for his new cover of the Bill Haley and His Comets classic “Rock Around the Clock,” which appears on Starr’s recently released Change the World EP. TheRead More →

Credit: Jill Jarrett For many years, Doors guitarist Robby Krieger and his friend, sports artist Scott Medlock, teamed up to organize an annual celebrity golf tournament and all-star concert to benefit the St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital. However, with Medlock himself battling cancer, this year’s edition of the event will featureRead More →