Courtesy of Tribeca Festival New York City’s Tribeca Festival has announced a talk with R.E.M.’s Michael Stipe, which will be part of their 2024 Storytellers Series. Stipe is set to appear at the SVA Theatre on June 12. As for what he’ll be talking about, you’ll have to attend toRead More →

CBS Nominees for the 2024 Tony Awards were announced on Tuesday, April 30, with The Who’s Tommy and Talking Heads frontman David Byrne both earning nominations. The Who’s Tommy is nominated in the Best Revival of a Musical category. The 1993 original run won five Tony Awards, including Best Direction for DesRead More →

Rhino Joni Mitchell is once again revisiting her archives for a new collection coming in June. The Asylum Albums (1976-1980) will feature remastered versions of four albums: 1976’s Hejira, 1977’s Don Juan’s Reckless Daughter, 1979’s Mingus and the 1980 double live album Shadows and Light. Fans are getting the first preview ofRead More →

earMUSIC Deep Purple has shared the first preview of their upcoming album, =1. The band just dropped the new single “Portable Door,” along with a video that has them performing the track in front of a backdrop of the album’s artwork.  “The new album will reflect what the five of usRead More →

On This Day, April 30, 1977… Led Zeppelin set a new attendance record when 76,229 fans came out to see them perform at the Pontiac Silverdome in Pontiac, Michigan. According to Guinness Book of Records, it was the largest attendance to that date for a single act show. It surpassedRead More →

Courtesy of Disney+ The restored version of The Beatles 1970 documentary, Let It Be, was shown at a special screening in New York City on Monday, April 29, with stars like Sean Ono Lennon, Elvis Costello and Paul Shaffer in attendance. The evening included a special Q&A with the film’s original director, Michael Lindsay-Hogg, andRead More →

ABC/Heidi Gutman Back in 2016, Bon Jovi released an album called This House Is Not For Sale, and that’s currently where Jon Bon Jovi stands when it comes to cashing in on his catalog, as so many other artists have done recently. While artists ranging from Bob Dylan and Justin BieberRead More →

Ann Limongello/ABC George Harrison’s first sitar sold for more than expected at a recent auction. The instrument, which The Beatles member used during the recording sessions for “Norwegian Wood,” sold for $66,993 at Nate D. Sanders Auctions, well above the minimum bid of $25,000.  Harrison purchased the sitar in 1965Read More →

Bruce Glikas/Getty Images Sting is set to headline the Germania Insurance Super Stage during the Formula One Pirelli United States Grand Prix, happening October 18-20 in Austin, Texas. Sting is set to perform on Friday, October 18, with Eminem booked for Saturday, October 19. Tickets to the Grand Prix includeRead More →

David M. Benett/Dave Benett/Getty Images Former Rolling Stones bassist Bill Wyman reveals that almost two years passed before his bandmates accepted that he had actually quit the band. In a new interview with The Mirror, Wyman says that while he left the group in 1991, “they wouldn’t believe me.”   “They refused toRead More →