Rhino Van Halen fans are getting another preview of the upcoming expanded edition of the band’s ninth studio album, For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge.  The band just shared a previously unreleased live performance video of “Top Of The World,” recorded at a Dec. 4, 1991, concert at West End Marketplace in Dallas, Texas. “Top ofRead More →

Frontiers Jon Anderson is sharing the first preview of his upcoming album, True, which he recorded with The Band Geeks. The former Yes lead singer just released “Shine On,” the first single from the album, along with an accompanying performance video.  True, dropping Aug. 23, is Anderson’s first new album since 2019’s 1000Read More →

Scott Dudelson/Getty Images As rumored earlier in the year, the Eagles will be the next band to play the Sphere in Las Vegas.  Eagles – Live in Concert at Sphere will consist of eight shows, kicking off Sept. 20, with the band playing Fridays and Saturdays through October 19. ARead More →

Mariano Regidor/Redferns Bruce Springsteen is back on the stage after taking a few weeks off to recover from vocal issues. Springsteen and The E Street Band relaunched their tour in Madrid on Wednesday, kicking the show off with “Lonesome Day” and “No Surrender.” According to setlist.fm, the concert featured the tourRead More →

Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic The four members of R.E.M. – Michael Stipe, Mike Mills, Peter Buck and Bill Berry – opened up about their decision to call it quits in 2011 during their first interview together in nearly 30 years, which aired Thursday on CBS Mornings. “I think the main reason was atRead More →

Mercury Records Def Leppard is back with new music. The band just dropped the brand new tune “Just Like 73,” featuring a guitar solo by Rage Against The Machine‘s Tom Morello. Like the title suggests, the song has a ’70s rock vibe, with frontman Joe Elliott sharing, “It encapsulates a time that burned deep intoRead More →

On This Day, June 13, 1969 … During a press conference in London, The Rolling Stones introduced guitarist Mick Taylor as Brian Jones‘ replacement.  Taylor’s live debut with the band took place in July at a free concert at London’s Hyde Park in front of 250,000 fans. The concert happened just two days after Jones’ death.Read More →

courtesy of Gov’t Mule Gov’t Mule is heading to the Caribbean again this January. The band, fronted by Warren Haynes, just announced plans for their Island Exodus 15, an all-inclusive music festival happening Jan. 19-23 at Jewel Paradise Cove Resort in Runaway Bay, Jamaica. Described as a “concert-cation,” the four-dayRead More →

Alan Chapman/Dave Benett/Getty Images The Who’s Pete Townshend will be in New York to attend the 77th annual Tony Awards, which will air Sunday live on CBS at 8 p.m. ET.  Townshend is confirmed as a presenter on the telecast, where the cast of The Who’s Tommy is set to perform.Read More →

Dave M. Benett/Getty Images In an extensive interview on Piers Morgan Uncensored, Kevin Spacey opened up about the support he received from Elton John and his husband, David Furnish, following the sexual assault allegations that derailed his Oscar-winning career. Spacey was exonerated in courts in both the U.S. and the U.K., and told MorganRead More →