Credit: Danny Clinch/AARP the Magazine Oct.-Nov. 2020Bruce Springsteen is the subject of AARP the Magazine‘s latest cover story, and in the article, the New Jersey rock legend talks at length about his upcoming studio album, Letter to You. In a video that accompanies the article’s online version, The Boss notes
Courtesy of HBO/Lennox McClendon/AP/ ShutterstockHBO Documentary Films has secured the North American rights to a new feature-length documentary about pop legends The Bee Gees that will get its TV premiere later this year on HBO and HBO Max. The film, The Bee Gees: How Can You Mend a Broken Heart,
Credit: Danny ClinchBruce Springsteen has released a second advance track from Letter to You, the forthcoming studio album he recorded with The E Street Band that will hit stores on October 20. “Ghosts” is a soaring, melodic rock song that’s available now as a digital download and via streaming services.
Sony MusicAn expanded edition of Pink Floyd‘s 1988 live album Delicate Sound of Thunder and a restored and re-edited version of the record’s companion concert video will be released on November 20. The collections, which you can pre-order now, will be available as two-CD and three-LP sets, on Blu-ray, on
Courtesy of PCH Films Linda Ronstadt may have retired from singing, but she’s pretty busy. She and her friend Jackson Browne both star in a new documentary arriving next month called Linda and the Mockingbirds. The doc features Ronstadt revisiting her Mexican roots, and she and Browne travel to Mexico
The Prince Estate/Warner RecordsIn advance of this Friday’s release of the deluxe reissue of Prince‘s 1987 double album Sign o’ the Times, tonight the late music legend’s YouTube channel will present the exclusive premiere of a video of a 1987 New Year’s Eve benefit concert that Prince played at his
Mary McCartney/MPL Communications; ABC/Craig SjodinAn upcoming two-part BBC radio show, “John Lennon at 80,” will feature Lennon’s younger son Sean chatting about his late dad with Paul McCartney, Elton John and brother Julian Lennon. The program, which will commemorate what would’ve been John Lennon’s 80th birthday, will air on the