Credit: Julio BedoyaThe guests have been revealed for the initial episodes of the AXS TV series The Big Interview‘s eighth season, and as usual, host Dan Rather will chat with a variety of well-known music artists. Among the pop and rock stars appearing on the show this season are HueyRead More →

The Knack in 1981. L-R: Berton Averre, Doug Fieger, Prescott Niles, Bruce Gary; Paul Natkin/Getty ImagesThe Knack‘s two surviving original members, guitarist Berton Averre and bassist Prescott Niles, have put together a video featuring them playing a coronavirus-themed parody of the band’s 1979 chart-topping power-pop classic “My Sharona.” In theRead More →

Credit: dhlovelifeNeil Young has posted the second installment of his recently announced “Fireside Sessions” performances in the “Hearse Theater” section of his Neil Young Archives website. The video features capture Young playing solo acoustic renditions of various songs at his Colorado residence, shot by his wife, actress Daryl Hannah. TheRead More →

Courtesy of The Material World FoundationThe Material World Foundation, a charitable organization created by George Harrison in 1973, has donated $500,000 to three charities aiding those affected by the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, and has launched a campaign that encourages others to help raise additional money for the cause. The newRead More →

Sunset Boulevard/Corbis via Getty ImagesMadonna is paying tribute to her Desperately Seeking Susan co-star Mark Blum, after the actor passed away Thursday at age 69 due to complications from COVID-19 coronavirus. “I Want to Acknowledge the Passing of a remarkable Human, fellow actor and friend Mark Blum, who succumbed toRead More →

Universal Music GroupA popular viral video showing a variety of celebrities separately singing the classic 1971 John Lennon ballad “Imagine” while they self-quarantine during the coronavirus pandemic has helped propel the late Beatles legend’s original version of the tune onto Billboard‘s Hot Rock Songs chart. “Imagine” re-enters the tally atRead More →

UMe/Mercury/AnthemThe next installment of Rush‘s 40th anniversary album series will be an expanded version of the Canadian prog-rock trio’s seventh studio effort, 1980’s Permanent Waves, which will be released on May 29. Originally released in January 1980, Permanent Waves reached #3 on the Billboard 200, and featured two songs thatRead More →