George HolzThe Eagles will welcome fans back to the Hotel California in September. Like pretty much every other musical act in the world, the Rock & Roll Hall of Famers had to reschedule a string of concerts they’d planned that would feature them performing their 1976 album Hotel California in
Universal Music GroupA popular viral video showing a variety of celebrities separately singing the classic 1971 John Lennon ballad “Imagine” while they self-quarantine during the coronavirus pandemic has helped propel the late Beatles legend’s original version of the tune onto Billboard‘s Hot Rock Songs chart. “Imagine” re-enters the tally at
Ben Gibson, © HST Global Limited, courtesy of Rocket EntertainmentElton John’s 73rd birthday was Wednesday, and he’s shared with fans what his special day was like via social media. While he, his husband David Furnish and two young sons are self-isolating, there was no shortage of festive moments. On his
UMe/Mercury/AnthemThe next installment of Rush‘s 40th anniversary album series will be an expanded version of the Canadian prog-rock trio’s seventh studio effort, 1980’s Permanent Waves, which will be released on May 29. Originally released in January 1980, Permanent Waves reached #3 on the Billboard 200, and featured two songs that
Neal Preston/© Queen Productions Ltd.Guitar great Brian May isn’t the only member of Queen putting his musical talents on display via social media while sheltering at home because of the coronavirus. The band’s drummer, Roger Taylor, has been posting a series of videos on his Instagram demonstrating his beat-keeping skills.
Ebet Roberts/RedfernsVeteran rock drummer Bill Rieflin, who played with R.E.M., King Crimson, Ministry and many others, died Tuesday at age 59 after a long battle with cancer, his sister Kathryn confirmed to The Seattle Times. Rieflin began playing with bands in his native Seattle during the 1970s and early ’80s.
Credit: Terry O’NeillWhile Elton John‘s Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour has been sidelined by the COVID-19 pandemic, there’s another way you can “see” the pop-rock legend: as the star of a virtual photo exhibition. Debuting April 2 on the Morrison Hotel Gallery website, the exhibit, called SIR: A Retrospective of