Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagicSpencer Davis, leader and guitarist of the popular 1960s British beat band The Spencer Davis Group, died in a hospital on Monday while being treated for pneumonia, the musician’s agent told the BBC. He was 81. Born in Wales, Davis later moved to London and then to Birmingham, U.K.Read More →

Credit: Carol LewisTony Lewis, lead singer and bassist of the popular 1980s band The Outfield, died unexpectedly on Monday, October 19, near London, according to a statement from his PR representative. He was 62. The Outfield scored its biggest hit in 1986 with “Your Love,” which peaked at #6 onRead More →

BMGJohn Fogerty has contributed backing vocals to a new song called “Scream and Shout!” by Hearty Har, a band led by the former Creedence Clearwater Revival‘s sons Shane and Tyler. The tune, which is available now for purchase digitally and via streaming services, is the first single from Hearty Har’sRead More →

Mary McCartney/MPL Communications It had been rumored that Paul McCartney was working on a third full-fledged solo album, following 1970’s McCartney and 1980’s McCartney II.  Now the rock legend has posted a series of messages on his social media pages strongly believed to be hints that the project is onRead More →

Warner Bros.If you still don’t believe in the power of TikTok, this should convince you:  Fleetwood Mac‘s landmark album Rumours is back in the top 10 on Billboard‘s album chart after 42 years. The 1977 album, which last appeared in the top 10 in February of 1978, experienced a salesRead More →

Mike Coppola/Getty ImagesFollowing the death of Eddie Van Halen on October 6, ex-Journey frontman Steve Perry phoned Rolling Stone to share some recollections he had of the guitar legend and of the time that Van Halen served as Journey’s opening act back in 1978. The two bands toured together forRead More →

Cleopatra RecordsAn official music video for Todd Rundgren new collaborative single with Weezer frontman Rivers Cuomo, “Down with the Ship,” has debuted on Cleopatra Records’ official YouTube channel. The animated clip follows a small crew of gun-wielding Somali pirates harassed by a giant sea serpent, which smashes a hole inRead More →

Medios y Media/Getty ImagesThis past April, Christopher Cross revealed that he had contracted the COVID-19 virus and that it had rendered him temporarily unable to walk. Cross, who thankfully is on the mend, shared details about his coronavirus ordeal on the latest episode of CBS Sunday Morning, which aired yesterday.Read More →

Two Eddie Van Halen guitars to be auctioned at rock memorabilia sale in December

Courtesy of Julien’s AuctionsTwo famous guitars that belonged to the late Eddie Van Halen will be auctioned during a rock memorabilia sale scheduled for December 4-5 at the Julien’s Auctions location in Beverly Hills, California. The instruments, which both are valued at between $40,000 and $80,000, will be part ofRead More →

How Tom Petty's posthumous release "Leave Virginia Alone" became a hit for Rod Stewart first

Warner RecordsTom Petty may have passed in 2017, but his music legacy lives on with the posthumous release of his new single “Leave Virginia Alone.” The single, which is part of the newly released Wildflowers & All the Rest box set that celebrates his 1994 album album Wildflowers, bowed at number 23 on theRead More →