Tommaso Boddi/Getty Images for Janie’s Fund Steven Tyler is claiming free speech in his latest attempt to thwart the lawsuit brought by the woman accusing him of sexual assault in the ’70s.  According to legal documents obtained by People, Tyler is arguing that the woman, Julia Misley, who was previously known as Julia Holcolmb, can’tRead More →

Sergione Infuso/Corbis via Getty Images Steve Vai helped a group of almost 8,000 guitarists break a world record. The legendary axe man was in Wrocław, Poland, last weekend to take part in the annual Thanks Jimi Festival, where he led a group of guitarists in a performance of the Jimi Hendrix classic “HeyRead More →

ABC/Adam Taylor Bono has many talents, and he’s showing off his drawing skills on the cover of the June issue of The Atlantic. The U2 frontman has contributed a portrait of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy for the cover, which features a quote from the president: “The choice is between freedom and fear.”  This isn’t the firstRead More →

Frank Hoensch/Redferns Jethro Tull is coming to America. The band, led by Ian Anderson, just announced summer and fall North American dates for The Seven Decades Tour, which will have them playing songs from their catalog, including their recently released album RökFlöte. The tour is set to kick off August 18 in HighlandRead More →

Courtesy of Tribeca Festival Paul McCartney and John Mellencamp have been added to the 2023 Tribeca Festival, which runs from June 7 to June 18 in New York City. Both artists will take part in the festival’s Storytellers Series as part of the Talks and Reunions lineup. McCartney will sit for a conversationRead More →

Daniel Knighton/Getty Images Billy Joel is among the artists paying tribute to Canadian singer-songwriter Gordon Lightfoot, who passed away Monday at the age of 84.  Joel posted a video to Instagram of him performing Lightfoot’s classic “If You Could Read My Mind,” sharing, “So sad to hear of the death of Gordon Lightfoot. He wasRead More →

Courtesy of Rhino Entertainment The Grateful Dead is revisiting their spring 1973 tour with a brand new box set. Here Comes the Sunshine 1973, dropping June 30, will consist of 17 CDs featuring five previously unreleased concerts from the tour.   Shows featured in the limited-edition release are a May 13 concert at the Iowa State Fairgrounds inRead More →

On This Day, May 2, 2005… Eric Clapton reunited with his former Cream bandmates Ginger Baker and Jack Bruce for four nights of shows at London’s Royal Albert Hall. The concerts took place at the very same venue where the band held their final concert in 1968. While they had reunited for a short set for theRead More →

Noam Galai/NBC On Monday’s The Tonight Show, John Fogerty joined host Jimmy Fallon and his house band The Roots in the Tonight Show Music Room for a rendition of the Creedence Clearwater Revival classic “Lookin’ Out My Back Door” — performed with classroom instruments. In the recurring segment, Fallon and The Roots back music artists for a version of oneRead More →

Graham Nash, Inc./BMG Rights Management Two-time Rock & Roll Hall of Famer Graham Nash is set to talk about his career and more during a conversation with music journalist Anthony DeCurtis at the 92nd Street Y in New York City later this month. “I’ve talked to Anthony many times in my life and he’s alwaysRead More →