Courtesy of IFC FilmsThe new David Bowie biopic Stardust, which focuses on the events that inspired the rock legend to create his Ziggy Stardust persona, will premiere on November 25 in theaters and on demand. The film stars Johnny Flynn, an actor and singer-songwriter whose credits include roles in 2018’sRead More →

Katja Ogrin/RedfernsCher has won an Oscar, an Emmy, a Grammy and a Kennedy Center Honor, but she’s about to receive a truly unique tribute: the Spirit of Katharine Hepburn Award. The award is given annually by the Katharine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center to “an individual who embodies the bold spirit,Read More →

RhinoA deluxe, expanded reissue of the late Lou Reed‘s critically acclaimed and popular 1989 album New York was released today. New York is Reed’s only studio effort to be certified gold for sales of more than 500,000 copies in the U.S. The collection of gritty tunes includes “Dirty Blvd.,” whichRead More →

Credit: Melanie DuneaRod Stewart had a big hit with his 1989 rendition of Tom Waits’ “Downtown Train,” but did you know that former Scandal singer Patty Smyth recorded it first? Well, now she’s done a new version of the tune, and it will be featured on her forthcoming solo album.Read More →

Eagle Rock EntertainmentThe previously unreleased 1989 Rolling Stones concert film and album Steel Wheels Live — Atlantic City, New Jersey hit stores today in multiple formats. The show, which took place in December 1989 at Atlantic City’s Convention Hall, featured guest appearances by Guns N’ Roses‘ Axl Rose and IzzyRead More →

ABC/Matt StroshaneWhile most charity events and award ceremonies have gone virtual this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Sting was honored at one Thursday night, in person. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the event was the fourth annual Monte Carlo Gala for Planetary Health, hosted by Prince Albert II ofRead More →

Warner RecordsFleetwood Mac drummer Mick Fleetwood has released an updated version of “These Strange Times,” a song he co-wrote that originally appeared on his band’s 1995 album, Time. The nine-minute track, which is credited to Mick Fleetwood’s Da*da*ism, is available now digitally and via streaming services. It features Fleetwood’s poeticRead More →

Jeffrey Mayer/WireImageToday marks the 40th anniversary of the death of Led Zeppelin‘s John “Bonzo” Bonham, widely considered one of the greatest rock ‘n’ roll drummers of all time. Bonham was just 32 years old when he died on September 25, 1980, after a night of heavy drinking. Rather than findRead More →

Exile RecordsAs promised, Van Morrison released a new tune titled “Born to Be Free” today, the first of three themed songs he’s planning to debut in the coming weeks that reflect his opposition to the lockdown restrictions that the U.K. government has enacted because of the COVID-19 pandemic. According toRead More →

Warner Records; Michael Reaves/Getty ImagesBill Murray has been using The Doobie Brothers‘ 1972 hit “Listen to the Music” to sell his line of golf shirts, without the band’s permission, and their lawyer wants the actor to pay up. However, rather than using a bunch of legal threats, attorney Peter PaternoRead More →