On This Day, June 5, 1983… During a stop on their War tour, U2 headlined Colorado’s Red Rocks Amphitheatre, and recorded the performance for what became their first video release, Live at Red Rocks: Under a Blood Red Sky. The concert was nearly canceled due to inclement weather, but the band went on and played inRead More →

ABC News In the 31 years since Elton John established his AIDS Foundation, he’s raised millions of dollars for the cause, but their work is far from over. As part of a new initiative called The Rocket Fund, he’s now calling on people to “let their inner Elton out.” Appearing onRead More →

Nadav Kander June 4 marked the latest full moon, which means Peter Gabriel fans got a brand new song. The latest release is the tune “Road to Joy,” the sixth single he’s shared from his new album, i/o, which is due out sometime this year. Gabriel says the song “connects” to another project he’s working on about “theRead More →

Capitol/UMe The Beach Boys‘ iconic 1966 album, Pet Sounds, has just been released with a new mix in Dolby Atmos, so fans can now enjoy an immersive experience while listening to the record. Giles Martin, son of late Beatles producer George Martin, is responsible for the new mix, and he certainly has great respect for the original.Read More →

Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images Led Zeppelin fans now have a chance to get their hands on a guitar that was once owned by none other than Jimmy Page. ATB Guitars is selling the 1969 Gibson Firebird III, which was purchased by Page from Mike Ladd’s Guitar City in Memphis. The listing claims Page lostRead More →

Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic David Lee Roth has once again shared a new take on a classic Van Halen track. The latest song he’s decided to tackle is “Atomic Punk,” which originally appeared on the band’s 1978 self-titled debut album.  This is the seventh time Roth has shared a solo version of a Van Halen song. He previouslyRead More →

David Wolff – Patrick/Redferns June 2 would have been Charlie Watts’ 82nd birthday, and to mark the occasion the estate of the late Rolling Stones drummer is bringing him to social media, launching official Facebook and Instagram accounts. “Charlie was too modest to embrace social media in his lifetime, so today we invite his fans to celebrate his hugeRead More →

Fantasy Records Gov’t Mule’s new album, Peace…Like A River, is due out later this month, and they’ve just shared another track from the record.  The latest single is “Made My Peace,” which frontman Warren Haynes says “portrays the most Beatles influence we’ve ever utilized on a recording.”  “It deals with a lot of different aspects ofRead More →

Legacy Recordings June 2 marks the 45th anniversary of Bruce Springsteen’s fourth studio album, Darkness on the Edge of Town, and The Boss is giving fans a new way to appreciate it. To celebrate the milestone, Springsteen has released a new 20-song playlist from the 1978 Darkness tour, featuring performances that were previously unavailable to streaming platforms. The playlistRead More →

ABC/Heidi Gutman June 1 marked the 50th anniversary of Paul McCartney and Wings‘ James Bond theme “Live And Let Die,” and the music legend is looking back on the track in the latest Q&A posted to his website.  McCartney says he can’t really believe it’s been 50 years since the song’s release, but admitsRead More →