Hiroyuki Ito/Getty Images Foo Fighters’ Dave Grohl and producer Greg Kurstin are in the midst of their annual Hanukkah Sessions, performing songs by Jewish artists. One of those artists was Janis Ian, who was thoroughly impressed by the performance.  The clip had Grohl on drums, Kurstin on keyboards and Dave’s daughter Violet Grohl singing Ian’s classic “At Seventeen.” Ian, who recentlyRead More →

Harry How/Getty Images Ozzy Osbourne‘s worked with a ton of legendary rockers over his long career — just look at the guests on his new Patient Number 9 solo album — but there’s one that’s continued to elude even the Prince of Darkness. In an interview with Yahoo, Ozzy shares his dreamRead More →

L. Busacca/WireImage for Songwriter’s Hall of Fame Thom Bell, one of the members of “The Mighty Three” architects of the Philadelphia soul sound, passed away Thursday at the age of 79. No cause of death was revealed.  Bell’s lawyer tells Billboard, “Thom Bell left an indelible and everlasting mark on the history ofRead More →

Joshua Sammer/Getty Images Bryan Adams has written several Christmas songs over the years, including the 1985 hit “Christmas Time” and the recently released track “Let’s Get Christmas Going.” But no matter how many songs he may put out, he knows there’s no competing with classic holiday tunes.  “I’m just trying toRead More →

While some people can gather around the fire on Christmas, others are not so lucky and will settle for watching the televised Yule log. But if Christmas music isn’t your thing, and you’re a Deadhead, there’s another option.  The Grateful Dead has gone live with their holiday Yule log, a tradition they started lastRead More →

Buda Mendes/Getty Images Billy Idol is set to receive quite an honor in the new tear. The rocker will receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on January 5, which will be the first star of 2023. “There will be lots of rebels yelling for their favorite rock star BillyRead More →

Medios y Media/Getty Images As previously reported, Jonathan Cain recently responded to his Journey bandmate Neal Schon sending him a cease-and-desist letter over Cain’s recent performance of “Don’t Stop Believin’” at Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate. Well, now Cain has more to say, arguing that Schon is the one “causing harm to the Journey brand.” ”Neal Schon shouldRead More →

Courtesy of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame There were a lot of great performances at last month’s Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony. In fact, there were so many that some couldn’t fit into HBO’s telecast of the event. Well, some of those cut performances are nowRead More →

Aldara Zarraoa/Redferns Brian May is teasing fans with some new music. The Queen guitarist shared a video on social media of him playing the guitar, writing, “This is a tease for something nice which is coming in January.” In the caption, he notes, “This is what’s known in the trade as a ‘STING’ … andRead More →

Lorne Thomson / Contributor Kim Wilde is back on the market. The ’80s singer, best known for her track “Kids in America,” announced on social media that she and her husband of more than 25 years, Hal Fowler, have divorced. “Kim Wilde and Hal Fowler wish to announce that they amicably separated by agreement lastRead More →