Island Records/Interscope U2 has a new number one album in the U.K. The Irish rockers’ latest release, Songs of Surrender, tops the U.K. Official Albums chart, outselling their closest competition, The Weeknd’s Highlights, two to one. Songs of Surrender is the band’s first U.K. number one since 2009’s No Line on the Horizon and their 11th overall, tying David Bowie,Read More →

Queen Production Ltd. Queen is back with episode 10 of their YouTube series Queen The Greatest Live, this time focusing on a classic performance of their iconic track “Tie Your Mother Down.” Continuing last week’s look at the importance of lighting, this week’s episode features a performance of the 1976 track atRead More →

UMe Elton John’s 50th anniversary release of the 1972 album Honky Château is out now, and to celebrate he’s sharing some rare live footage with fans. The CD version of the release includes the original album, plus outtakes from the original session tapes, as well as eight live recordings from a concertRead More →

Cooking Vinyl Records The Zombies have shared a new video for “Merry-Go-Round,” the third single off their upcoming album, Different Game. The video features footage of their recent experience at South by Southwest in Austin, Texas, including clips of their performances, meeting fans and more.  And speaking of SXSW, The Zombies wereRead More →

Gary Gershoff/Getty Images for James Taylor) James Taylor has shared another classic performance with fans. The latest release from Taylor’s vault is a “recently re-discovered and restored” performance of “Sunny Skies,” from his November 16, 1970, BBC concert special. He was just 22 when the performance was broadcast. The clip isRead More →

Brent N. Clarke/FilmMagic Night Ranger has postponed a trio of shows after bassist/vocalist Jack Blades had to be hospitalized for an undisclosed ailment.  “First and foremost, we want to apologize to the fans,” the band shared in a statement posted to social media. “You guys know better than anyone we don’t take this lightly,Read More →

Polydor He’s been teasing it for weeks, and now The Who’s Pete Townshend has finally released his brand new solo single, “Can’t Outrun The Truth.” The new tune was composed and produced by his wife, Rachel Fuller, under her nom de plume, Charlie Pepper.  Rachel previously shared that the song was inspired by the feelings ofRead More →

On This Day, March 24, 1986… Van Halen released their seventh studio album, 5150, which was their first record with new lead singer Sammy Hagar, following the departure of original frontman David Lee Roth. 5150, named after guitarist Eddie Van Halen‘s home studio, is a reference to the California law that allows a mentally disturbed personRead More →

Gary Miller/Getty Images Neil Young is the latest artist to blast Ticketmaster for their business practices. In a post on his archives website titled “CONCERT TOURING IS BROKEN,” Young blasts the ticket-selling service for its 30% ticket fees. He shared an article about The Cure’s recent attempt to keep ticket prices down and how they wereRead More →

Aldara Zarraoa/Redferns) Queen + Adam Lambert are bringing their Rhapsody Tour back to North America. The tour first kicked off in North America in 2019, and now they’ve expanded and updated it for a second leg.  “Our last tour featured our most ambitious production ever,” guitarist Brian May shares. “So we decided toRead More →