ABC/Image Group LAIt’s official: Mariah Carey is heading to England this summer to celebrate LGBT pride. The singer confirmed in an Instagram video Friday that she is indeed headlining one of the U.K.’s biggest pride festivals, Brighton Pride, on August 1. “People keep asking me am I doing Brighton PrideRead More →

Courtesy of Bruce SpringsteenBruce Springsteen has no shortage of his own songs to choose from when he plays live, but The Boss also likes to cover tunes by other artists he admires in his concerts. A new archival live compilation gathering together 15 interesting covers Springsteen played with The ERead More →

Reprise/Warner RecordsGreen Day‘s new album Father of All… has debuted at number one on the on the U.K.’s Official Album Chart. That gives the punk trio their fourth number-one record across the pond, following American Idiot, 21st Century Breakdown and 2016’s Revolution Radio. In the U.S., Father of All… isRead More →

Credit: Austin LordPeter Frampton has been chosen as one of the National Organization for Rare Disorders’ 2020 Rare Impact Award honorees. The awards salute individuals and organizations for outstanding work supporting the rare disease community. The legendary guitarist, who revealed last year that he’d been diagnosed with a rare degenerativeRead More →

Wicked Cool Records Ringo Starr is featured on one of two brand-new songs released Friday by the star-studded rock group The Empty Hearts, which includes members of The Cars, Blondie and The Romantics. The former Beatles drummer lent his talents to “Remember Days Like These,” a jangly, ’60s-influenced mid-tempo pop-rockRead More →

Michael Campanella/Getty ImagesSure, there are plenty of artists who’ve managed to chart 80, 90, 100 or more songs on a Billboard chart over the course of their careers.  But there’s only one who can say they’ve had as many as 50 number ones: Madonna. As Billboard notes, Madonna has justRead More →

Parlophone RecordsThe final installment of a six-song digital David Bowie rarities EP called Is It Any Wonder? gets its release today via streaming services. Plans for a limited-edition physical version of the collection also have been unveiled. The sixth track is a 1995 live drum-and-bass version of Bowie’s 1970 tune “TheRead More →