CBS/The Recording Academy Backstage and on the red carpet at the Grammy Awards on Sunday night, artists were grateful for the recognition, though some had a hard time believing that they’d actually won. Harry Styles’ Harry’s House beat out albums by Adele and Beyonce to win the Album of theRead More →

Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic Back in December, a woman named Julia Holcomb filed a lawsuit in California accusing Steven Tyler of sexual assault, assault and battery, and intentional infliction of emotional distress, although at the time she didn’t specifically name the Aerosmith frontman in the suit. Well, that’s changed. Holcomb initially listed the defendants as Doe 1 andRead More →

Courtesy of AXS TV AXS TV is bringing back its Sunday Night Rocks lineup starting February 19, which will include the brand new original series Rockstar Shuffle. Rockstar Shuffle, kicking off at 8 p.m. ET, will feature rock icons sharing stories and memories from their careers, and showing off their personal musicRead More →

Rounder Records Robert Plant and Alison Krauss are spending more time on the road together. The duo just announced a new set of dates for their Raising the Roof tour, supporting their most recent collaborative album, Raise The Roof. The tour, featuring special guest JD McPherson, kicks off April 25 in Shreveport, Louisiana, and wraps up July 5Read More →

Blackened Recordings Metallica’s new album, 72 Seasons, is dropping April 14, but fans will now have a chance to hear the whole thing one day early, thanks to a just-announced global listening party.  The one-night-only 72 Seasons global premiere, presented by Metallica and Trafalgar Releasing, is coming to movie theaters worldwide on April 13Read More →

ABC/Randy Holmes The Cruel World Festival is returning for a second year in May, and it’s secured quite a lineup. The one-day festival, going down May 20 at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California, will feature Siouxsie, Iggy Pop, Billy Idol, Love and Rockets, Echo and the Bunnyman and more. The festival mostly focuses on indie andRead More →

Sony Music Pink Floyd’s classic album The Dark Side of the Moon has always featured a rainbow on its cover, but the recently announced 50th anniversary box set is causing a stir from folks on social media who evidently weren’t aware of that. In case you missed it, the new logo for the boxRead More →

Virgin EMI/Mercury Records Friday marked the 40th anniversary of the release of Def Leppard’s third album, Pyromania, and the band celebrated by sharing a special message to fans on social media. “So 40 years ago today, 20 of January 1983, we released Pyromania,” frontman Joe Elliott shares. “It was a breakthrough album for us in the U.S. and Canada,Read More →

BMG Gloria Estefan, Cyndi Lauper, Belinda Carlisle and Dolly Parton are wearing their game day best in the new video for “Gonna Be You,” from the upcoming movie 80 for Brady. The movie, based on a true story, stars Jane Fonda, Rita Moreno, Sally Field and Lily Tomlin as fourRead More →

Kevin Kane/Getty Images For The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame) Def Leppard makes a cameo in the new Netflix film Bank of Dave, and they are giving fans a look at what went into the making of their scene. The band shared some behind-the-scenes footage of them shooting the cameo, which was filmed MarchRead More →