Courtesy of CBS Billy Joel fans will now have another chance to catch his CBS special, Billy Joel: The 100th – Live at Madison Square Garden.  Fans were in an uproar after its original airing on Sunday, April 14, was not only delayed due to coverage of the Masters Tournament, but wasRead More →

Disney Picture Group Jon Bon Jovi is still working on getting his voice back to what it was before he underwent surgery for atrophied vocal cords — and if he doesn’t, that may mean the end of his touring career.  “This is the first time I’m saying this,” the 62-year-oldRead More →

Live Nation Bob Marley‘s legacy will live on in a big way this year. The Marley Brothers — Ziggy, Stephen, Julian, Ky-Mani and Damian Marley — have announced a 22-date tour, a reunion run for the children of Bob Marley. The Marley Brothers: The Legacy Tour will kick off on Sept. 5Read More →

Courtesy of CBS CBS’ celebration of Billy Joel’s 100th Madison Square Garden residency show hit a sour note with music fans this weekend, with many taking to social media to complain.  Billy Joel: The 100th – Live at Madison Square Garden special aired on the network on Sunday, April 14, butRead More →

Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Solters David Lee Roth is gifting fans with some new music. The rocker recently shared the new song “Scotch and Sofa 4..,” a funky, little, danceable tune that features the addition of horns. Roth revealed the new track with a post on social media, but he didn’t offerRead More →

Miikka Skaffari/Getty Images The Black Crowes brought their Happiness Bastards tour to The Greek Theatre in Los Angeles on Friday, April 12, and had a few surprises in store for their audience. First, Chris and Rich Robinson brought out Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood, who joined them for a cover ofRead More →

Sun Records Melissa Etheridge announced Friday that in July she’ll release a live album called I’m Not Broken (Live From Topeka Correctional Facility) as part of a two-part docuseries she’s bringing to Paramount+ that month. She says the concept of the docuseries, which is a passion project for her, was inspiredRead More →

On This Day, April 15, 1974… Lynyrd Skynyrd released Second Helping, their second album and the follow-up to their successful debut, (Pronounced ‘Lĕh-‘nérd ‘Skin-‘nérd). The album featured the track “Sweet Home Alabama,” co-written by Ronnie Van Zant, Gary Rossington and Ed King, which would go on to be one of theRead More →

Courtesy of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Foreigner is one of the many acts nominated for the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame this year, and the band’s original lead singer, Lou Gramm, is certainly looking forward to the possibly of them getting in. Gramm tells ABC Audio beingRead More →

James and Paul McCartney/Photo credit: David M. Benett/Getty Images for Eco-Age/Green Carpet Collection While it may not be another Beatles tune, music fans are now being treated to another McCartney/Lennon musical collaboration. James McCartney, son of Paul McCartney, just released a new song, “Primrose Hill,” which he co-wrote with his “goodRead More →