Mercury Studios The Rolling Stones are dropping a new live album. The band is set to release GRRR Live!, a recording of their guest-filled December 15, 2012 concert from their 50 & Counting Tour. The concert at Newark, New Jersey’s Prudential Center was the final of four shows in the New York area and wasRead More →

Gus Stewart/Redferns Neil Young hasn’t been on tour since before the pandemic, and while he has no immediate plans to hit the road, when he does, he hopes to do so in a more environmentally friendly way. In fact, in a new interview with The New Yorker, Young says he already has a plan for aRead More →

Warner Bros. Pictures Fans of Baz Luhrmann’s movie Elvis may one day have more of it to love. The director tells Indiewire that he hopes to release a concert cut featuring all the musical performances star Austin Butler shot for the film. “It’s a directors’ assembly. It’s not a cut,” he says. “There’s a whole lot ofRead More →

Hiroyuki Ito/Getty Images Janis Ian recently earned her 10th Grammy nomination, and she’s in the mood to celebrate. The singer announced she’s holding a massive merchandise and memorabilia sale in honor of her latest album, The Light at the End of the Line, earning a nomination for Best Folk Album. The sale runsRead More →

Craig Sotres Engelbert Humperdinck is ready to drop some new music. The singer will release his new EP, All About Love, on Friday. The EP features a cover of the Bee Gees’ classic “How Can You Mend A Broken Heart,” which Humperdinck first premiered back in October during his YouTube Live special. Also onRead More →

Sven Hoogerhuis/BSR Agency/Getty Images Brian May is working hard on a reissue of his 1983 solo EP, Star Fleet Project. The Queen guitarist shared on Instagram that it will be his next Gold Series reissue box set, and he’s expecting it will be out summer 2023. “It won’t be just a remaster- we’re remixing everything fromRead More →

David Wolff-Patrick/Redferns Few artists make all the right decisions when it comes to their career, but there are some who make spectacularly bad decisions, and Rolling Stone is taking a long hard look at them. The mag has just come out with a list they’ve dubbed “The 50 Worst Decisions in Music History,”Read More →

Randy Holmes via Getty Images The B-52s will wrap their farewell tour in Georgia in January, but that doesn’t mean they are saying goodbye to performing altogether. In fact, they just announced a new set of Las Vegas dates. The band is set for a new 10-night residency at The Venetian Resort, with datesRead More →

Robin Little/Redferns Rick Wakeman is ready to release some new music. The Yes keyboardist just announced his brand-new concept album, A Gallery of the Imagination. He says it was inspired by his first piano teacher, Mrs. Symes, who taught him a lesson he never forgot: “when you play, you are painting pictures through music.”  Wakeman says the songs onRead More →

courtesy of CMT Robert Plant and Alison Krauss star in a brand-new episode of CMT Crossroads, and now, fans are getting their first look at the episode.  The 90-minute special, CMT Crossroads: Robert Plant & Alison Krauss, debuts Tuesday at 9 p.m. ET. A preview of the episode features the pair teaming up for their Raise the Roof trackRead More →