Courtesy of the San Francisco Giants Former Journey frontman Steve Perry has donated a favorite classic car he owns to an auction to raise money for a charity affiliated with his hometown-area baseball team, the San Francisco Giants. Perry’s silver 1979 Mercedes-Benz 450SL convertible is up for bid via CapitalRead More →

Courtesy of Apple Music When he’s not collaborating with seemingly every artist under the sun, Elton John is speaking out various topical issues, and one of them in particular really has him riled up. Elton has been complaining for months that since “Brexit” — when the U.K. left the EuropeanRead More →

UMe This year marks the 45th anniversary of the release of KISS‘ classic fourth studio album, Destroyer.  To commemorate the milestone, the costumed rock legends will reissue the record on November 19 in multiple configurations, including a Super Deluxe box set featuring four CDs, a Blu-ray audio disc, a bevyRead More →

Credit: Marc Hauser In August, it was announced that John Mellencamp would be serving as a guest programmer on Turner Classic Movies this month, and now details have been revealed about the Rock & Roll Hall of Famer’s programming contributions to the network. Mellencamp has curated two special nights ofRead More →

Gefen Records/Universal Music Thirty years ago today, September 17, Guns N’ Roses simultaneously released their third and fourth studio albums, Use Your Illusion I and Use Your Illusion II. With the band riding high after the massive success of its 1987 debut, Appetite for Destruction, and its popular 1988 follow-up, G N’ R Lies, Use Your Illusion I and II debutedRead More →

Courtesy of Queen A special Queen-themed pop-up store celebrating the band’s five-decade history will open later this month on London’s famed Carnaby Street. The shop, called Queen The Greatest, will open its doors on Tuesday, September 28, and will close in January 2022. The store will feature variety of limited-editionRead More →

Credit: Randee St. Nicholas REO Speedwagon will be the headlining performer at the 2021 edition of the Carousel Ball charity event, which will be held October 2 at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver. The benefit raises money for for the Barbara Davis Center for Diabetes and the Children’s DiabetesRead More →

Sundazed Records An expanded, 50th anniversary version of Zombies frontman Colin Blunstone‘s 1971 debut solo album, One Year, will be released November 5. The reissue, which will be available on CD, as a two-LP vinyl set, digitally and via streaming, features the original 10-track album, plus a 14-song bonus albumRead More →

Warner Music Rod Stewart will release The Tears of Hercules — his 31st studio album and his first new record in three years — on November 12. The 12-track collection features nine new original songs and three covers, including renditions of Johnny Cash‘s “These Are My People” and Soul BrothersRead More →

Ben Gibson/Rocket Entertainment Elton John has once again postponed his Farewell Yellow Brick Road Tour. The singer announced “with great sadness and a heavy heart” Thursday that he would have to reschedule his Europe and U.K. 2021 dates to 2023. While the trek was initially halted last year due toRead More →