On This Day, September 26, 1979…  U2 made their recording debut with the release of a three-song EP, aptly titled Three.  The release featured the songs “Out of Control” and “Stories for Boys,” which were both later re-recorded for their debut album Boy. The other song on the release was the B-side “Boy/Girl.” Read More →

Exile Productions/ Virgin Music Group/Universal Music Group Van Morrison is giving fans another preview of his upcoming album, Accentuate The Positive. The Rock & Roll Hall of Famer just dropped the track “Problems,” his take on a song made famous by The Everly Brothers in 1958. It’s the second song, following “Shakin’ All Over,” that Morrison hasRead More →

R. Diamond/Getty Images Lynyrd Skynyrd recently launched their own Hell House whiskey as part of the 50th anniversary celebration of their debut album, Pronounced ‘Lĕh-‘nérd ‘Skin-‘nérd’. Now they’re giving fans a chance to get an autographed bottle of the booze.  Skynyrd, who formed in Jacksonville, Florida, is set to play two homecoming shows inRead More →

ABC Lenny Kravitz is the latest rocker to join TikTok, and he did so in a pretty hilarious way. The rocker shared his first video on Saturday, September 23, and it had him walking through the park wearing his oversized brown blanket scarf. “Grab your big scarf, it’s the first day of fall,” heRead More →

Kevin Winter/Getty Images for Crossroads Guitar Festival Eric Clapton wrapped his two-night Crossroads Guitar Festival at the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles on Sunday with a surprise appearance by Stevie Wonder. Wonder joined Clapton on keyboards for a performance of “Crossroads.” Clapton’s set also featured a guest appearance by Stephen Stills, who joined ClaptonRead More →

Michel Linssen/Redferns An unreleased Sinéad O’Connor track debuted during the final episode of the six-part BBC drama The Woman in the Wall on Sunday.  The track, “The Magdalene Song,” was inspired by the Magdalene laundries where unmarried Irish women were often sent and subjected to abuse by the nuns who ran them. Producer David Holmes,Read More →

Butterfly Records/Big Machine Label Group Monday Night Football fans are going to be hearing a lot of Dolly Parton in the coming weeks. ESPN announced it will be highlighting several songs from Dolly’s new album, Rockstar, during upcoming games. The collaboration will launch Monday, September 25, with Dolly’s cover of Bob Seger’s “Night Moves,” featuring Chris Stapleton. ThatRead More →

ABC/ Heidi Gutman Ringo Starr has earned many honors throughout his career, and now, he has one more. The Beatles drummer was inducted into the Musicians Hall of Fame over the weekend. According to The Tennessean, in addition to the induction, Starr was honored with the Joe Chambers Musicians Legacy Award, named in honorRead More →

courtesy of Live Nation Stevie Nicks is extending her time on the road into next year. The two-time Rock & Roll Hall of Famer just announced a new set of shows for 2024. The latest additions kick off February 10 in Atlantic City, New Jersey, with shows in Long Island, NewRead More →

ABC/ Craig Sjodin The Rolling Stones’ Keith Richards will be turning 80 in December, which many didn’t think would happen considering how he’s lived his life over the years. “I wouldn’t recommend the way I’ve handled everything to anybody else,” he tells The Telegraph. “But I’ve handled myself the way that I feltRead More →