Courtesy of Record Store Day The first of two 2021 Record Store Day “Drops” events takes place this Saturday, June 12, featuring the release of exclusive, limited-edition vinyl discs at independent record stores, including offerings from Elton John, Prince, The Rolling Stones, The Police and Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers.Read More →

Danny Clinch; Denise Truscello/WireImage Bruce Springsteen will be featured on a new tune by The Killers called “Dustland” that, according to a post on the modern rockers’ social media sites, will be released on Wednesday, June 16. The band also has posted a link to pre-save the digital track, asRead More →

Credit: Roger Kisby ZZ Top frontman Billy Gibbons has released a music video for a fourth song from his latest solo album, Hardware, this one for a driving rock tune titled “She’s On Fire.” Like Gibbons’ three previous videos, the “She’s On Fire” clip was shot by Texas-based filmmaker HarryRead More →

Frontiers Music srl Former Styx singer/keyboardist Dennis DeYoung has just released what he says will be his final studio album, 26 East, Volume 2, a sequel to 2020’s 26 East, Volume 1. The collection features 12 tracks, four of which were co-written by Ides of March and ex-Survivor member JimRead More →

Richard Creamer/Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images Late Boston frontman Brad Delp, whose soaring vocals powered the band’s arena-ready songs, was born 70 years ago this Saturday, June 12. Delp contributed all the vocals to Boston’s classic 1976 self-titled debut album, while main songwriter/lead guitarist Tom Scholz played most of the instrumentalRead More →

Bushbranch/Surfdog Records Eric Clapton has teamed up with Van Morrison under the moniker Slowhand & Van for a new collaborative single titled “The Rebels” that’s available now as a digital download and via streaming services. The song, which was written by Morrison, is a duet version of a tune calledRead More →

UMe/Virgin The latest installment of Def Leppard‘s limited-edition series of box sets spanning the band’s entire career hits stores today. The new collection, Def Leppard — Volume Three, focuses on the first decade of the 2000s, including three studio albums: 2002’s X, the 2006 covers project Yeah! and 2008’s SongsRead More →

Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic The Who‘s Pete Townshend has allowed his 1985 solo song “Give Blood” to be used to promote this year’s edition of World Blood Donor Day, which takes place each year on June 14. The campaign is a joint initiative by the World Health Organization, the International Federation ofRead More →

Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images Elton John is continuing his fight to help musicians in the U.K. after the British government failed to secure visa-free travel for artists touring Europe post-Brexit. In a statement made to a Select Committee hearing in Parliament on Thursday, and posted to his Instagram, Elton said heRead More →

Courtesy of Rock ‘n’ Roll Fantasy Camp Heart guitarist Nancy Wilson, Melissa Etheridge and Go-Go’s bassist Kathy Valentine are part of the lineup of the first-ever all-female Rock ‘n’ Roll Fantasy Camp, which will take place in Los Angeles January 27-30, 2022, which is Grammy weekend. Wilson, Etheridge and ValentineRead More →