ABC/Image Group LAGreen Day‘s new album Father of All… has debuted at number four on the Billboard 200, giving the punk trio their 11th top-10 record on the chart. Father of All…, the follow-up to 2016’s Revolution Radio, moved 48,000 equivalent album units in its first week, 42,000 of whichRead More →

Reprise/Warner RecordsGreen Day‘s new album Father of All… has debuted at number one on the on the U.K.’s Official Album Chart. That gives the punk trio their fourth number-one record across the pond, following American Idiot, 21st Century Breakdown and 2016’s Revolution Radio. In the U.S., Father of All… isRead More →

Credit: Josh CheusePrior to their giant reunion tour this summer, The Black Crowes will strip things down for an intimate acoustic tour, kicking off later this month. The Brothers of a Feather tour will feature the no-longer-estranged brothers Chris and Rich Robinson performing unplugged in small venues across the U.S.,Read More →

Anthony Kiedis and John Frusciante in 2007; Brian Rasic/Getty ImagesJohn Frusciante played his first show back with Red Hot Chili Peppers over the weekend after rejoining the band late last year. The “Under the Bridge” rockers played a surprise show during a weekend benefit concert for the Tony Hawk Foundation,Read More →

Courtesy Live NationFollowing last weekend’s pre-Super Bowl show in Miami, the Guns N’ Roses “Nightrain” just keeps on rolling. The reunited rock legends have announced a North American tour for this summer. The outing kicks off July 4 at Milwaukee’s Summerfest, and will hit stadiums including MetLife in East Rutherford,Read More →

Francis Specker/CBSAs usual, the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards crammed a whole lot of extravagant, emotional and occasionally mind-blowing performances — and very few actual awards — into a three-and-a-half hour telecast.  There was a lot of profanity onstage — both in the acceptance speeches and in the lyrics of theRead More →

Hannah Peters/Getty ImagesFormer Red Hot Chili Peppers guitarist Josh Klinghoffer is speaking publicly for the first time since the band announced that he was no longer in the group, and that longtime on-again, off-again guitarist John Frusciante is returning. During an interview with Marc Maron on the comedian’s WTF podcast, KlinghofferRead More →

ABC NewsTuesday on ABC’s Good Morning America, ousted Recording Academy CEO Deborah Dugan told her side of the story in a contentious debate that’s roiled the music industry just days before the Grammy Awards. Dugan claims she was pushed out after exposing alleged sexual harassment, nomination rigging, and what sheRead More →

Bryan Bedder/Getty ImagesFormer Recording Academy CEO and President Deborah Dugan and her lawyers spent Tuesday trading accusations with the Academy in the wake of Dugan’s complaint filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) accusing the organization behind the Grammy Awards of gender discrimination and sexual harassment. Dugan’s complaint alleges, among otherRead More →