Capitol Records/UMe McCartney III Imagined, the new album featuring various artists’ interpretations of the songs from Paul McCartney‘s latest solo album, 2020’s McCartney III, got its digital release today. As previously reported, the collection was personally curated by McCartney and includes covers or remixes of the McCartney III tracks byRead More →

Virgin Records April 16 marks the 20th anniversary of the release of Janet Jackson’s blockbuster seventh studio album, All for You.  In honor of the milestone, here are five fascinating facts about the album. 5. Janet made All for You after divorcing René Elizondo Jr., whom she’d secretly married inRead More →

Credit: Bradley Quinn Van Morrison will celebrate the release of his new studio effort, Latest Record Project: Volume 1, by playing his first-ever virtual concert on Saturday, May 8, one day after the double album hits stores. The show will be streamed from Peter Gabriel‘s Real World Studios in Wiltshire,Read More →

Courtesy of Heart of Bone A capsule collection of newly designed AC/DC jewelry, T-shirts and sweaters officially sanctioned by the band are being sold at HeartofBone.com and CustomCreed.com. The Heart of Bone x AC/DC collection offers rings featuring the band’s classic logo made out of either 9-karat gold, sterling silverRead More →

Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for RS In a new BBC radio interview, Mick Jagger discussed some of the new music he’s been working on during the COVID-19 pandemic, including the just-released collaborative single he recorded remotely with Foo Fighters‘ Dave Grohl, “Eazy Sleazy.” The Rolling Stones frontman reveals that he’s beenRead More →

Rhino Blow the dust off your turntable: Some of Rod Stewart‘s most popular albums are coming to you in a new vinyl box set, along with some outtakes and rarities. The collection, Rod Stewart 1975-1978, features the rocker’s first four albums for Warner Records: 1975’s Atlantic Crossing, 1976’s A NightRead More →

Credit: Henry Diltz Founding Poco singer and multi-instrumentalist Rusty Young, known for his influential lap-steel guitar playing with the pioneering country-rock group, died Wednesday after suffering a heart attack at his home in Davisville, Missouri. He was 75. Young formed Poco in 1968 with Buffalo Springfield members Richie Furay andRead More →

Courtesy of Rolling Live Studios The Monkees‘ Micky Dolenz and R.E.M. guitarist Peter Buck are among dozens of artists that will participate in a virtual tribute concert saluting late Fountains of Wayne bassist Adam Schlesinger that will premiere on May 5. The event was organized by Schlesinger’s Fountains of WayneRead More →

Ron Galella, Ltd./Ron Galella Collection via Getty Images In another installment of “This will make you feel old,” today Gwen Stefani is marking the 25th anniversary of one of her biggest hits ever: “Don’t Speak,” by her band No Doubt. Tweeting a snippet of the video, Gwen wrote, “25 yearsRead More →

Rhino A previously unreleased early version of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young‘s classic Graham Nash-penned ballad “Our House,” which will be featured on the forthcoming expanded 50th anniversary reissue of the quartet’s debut album, Déjà Vu, has been made available digitally as an advanced track. In addition, a “Storytelling” videoRead More →