CBS/Recording Academy The lineup for Sunday’s Grammy Awards just got bigger, with the latest talent helping the show pay tribute to some of the artists we lost in the past year. This year’s In Memoriam segment is set to feature a special tribute to Fleetwood Mac’s Christine McVie, featuring a performance of herRead More →

UMe Elton John‘s 1972 album Honky Château celebrated its 50th anniversary last year, but we’re getting the 50th anniversary edition of the album this year. Due out March 24, the package is available to preorder now as a two-CD or two-LP set. Additionally, the original album pressed on limited edition gold vinyl is available.Read More →

On this day: February 1, 1972 Neil Young released his fourth studio album, Harvest, which went on to be a classic and signature album for him. The record peaked at number one on the Billboard 200 album chart and became the bestselling album of 1972. Harvest featured two classic Young songs, “Heart of Gold,” whichRead More →

A&M When The Police released their Greatest Hits album in 1992, only a limited run of vinyl copies were made available to fans. Well, now fans and vinyl collectors have a second shot at getting their hands on one. On March 24, The Police Greatest Hits, described as “a perfect introduction to the Police forRead More →

Mercury/UMG Jon Bon Jovi is thanking fans for their continued support following the news that Bon Jovi’s video for “Livin’ on a Prayer” has surpassed 1 billion views on YouTube. “Just callin’ out to say thank you to everybody on YouTube for our 1 billionth view of the ‘Livin’ on a Prayer’ video,” he shared inRead More →

Courtesy of AXS TV AXS TV is bringing back its Sunday Night Rocks lineup starting February 19, which will include the brand new original series Rockstar Shuffle. Rockstar Shuffle, kicking off at 8 p.m. ET, will feature rock icons sharing stories and memories from their careers, and showing off their personal musicRead More →

Rhino The death of David Crosby on January 18 has brought renewed interest in his music, so much so that Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young have landed on Billboard’s Artist 100 chart this week. The Artist 100 measures artist activity across several key Billboard charts. The Rock & Roll Hall of Famers land at 20 on this week’s chart, withRead More →

Rounder Records Robert Plant and Alison Krauss are spending more time on the road together. The duo just announced a new set of dates for their Raising the Roof tour, supporting their most recent collaborative album, Raise The Roof. The tour, featuring special guest JD McPherson, kicks off April 25 in Shreveport, Louisiana, and wraps up July 5Read More →

Credit: Frank Piercy The Moody Blues’ John Lodge has added a special show to his upcoming Days of Future Passed tour, which will have him playing the band’s second album in its entirety. Lodge is set to play a special symphony show with the Coachella Symphony on March 26 at the RanchoRead More →

On this day, January 31, 1981… Blondie’s single “The Tide Is High” became their third number one song. The track was a remake of a 1967 rocksteady song originally recorded by Jamaican group The Paragons. In addition to the U.S., “The Tide Is High” also went on to top the chartsRead More →