Credit: Randee St. NicholasREO Speedwagon is featured on a new episode of the Netflix crime drama Ozark, whose third season premiered today. The veteran rockers appear in the third episode of the season, which happens to be titled “Kevin Cronin Was Here,” in reference to the band’s frontman. “We areRead More →

Eagle Rock EntertainmentMoody Blues singer/guitarist Justin Hayward released a new digital-only EP today featuring two new original songs: “One Summer Day” and “My Juliette.” “One Summer Day” is a romantic tune that tells the story of a series of unexpected events that occurred during a single day in the summer.Read More →

Denis O’ReganNot long ago, Jon Bon Jovi, inspired by the COVID-19 pandemic, wrote a new song called “Do What You Can” and invited fans to write a second verse.  He’s announced that in just two days, he got 6,000 responses — that he’s seen — and he’s now posted aRead More →

Columbia RecordsBob Dylan has released his first new original song in eight years, an almost-17-minute-long epic called “Murder Most Foul” that centers on the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. The mournful tune, which features Dylan accompanied by piano, violin and understated percussion, is available now as a digital downloadRead More →

Credit: Julio BedoyaThe guests have been revealed for the initial episodes of the AXS TV series The Big Interview‘s eighth season, and as usual, host Dan Rather will chat with a variety of well-known music artists. Among the pop and rock stars appearing on the show this season are HueyRead More →

The Knack in 1981. L-R: Berton Averre, Doug Fieger, Prescott Niles, Bruce Gary; Paul Natkin/Getty ImagesThe Knack‘s two surviving original members, guitarist Berton Averre and bassist Prescott Niles, have put together a video featuring them playing a coronavirus-themed parody of the band’s 1979 chart-topping power-pop classic “My Sharona.” In theRead More →

Credit: dhlovelifeNeil Young has posted the second installment of his recently announced “Fireside Sessions” performances in the “Hearse Theater” section of his Neil Young Archives website. The video features capture Young playing solo acoustic renditions of various songs at his Colorado residence, shot by his wife, actress Daryl Hannah. TheRead More →

Courtesy of The Material World FoundationThe Material World Foundation, a charitable organization created by George Harrison in 1973, has donated $500,000 to three charities aiding those affected by the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, and has launched a campaign that encourages others to help raise additional money for the cause. The newRead More →