courtesy of Live Nation Las Vegas Jackson Browne is the latest artist setting up shop in Las Vegas. The Rock & Roll Hall of Famer just announced a limited engagement at The Venetian Theatre inside The Venetian Resort Las Vegas. The limited residency consists of five shows: October 6, 7, 11, 13 andRead More →

Johnny Louis/Getty Images John Mellencamp is currently on his Live and In Person tour of theaters, but if fans go expecting him to play all the hits, they will be disappointed.  Mellencamp tells The New York Times he’s “not a nostalgic person,” noting, “I could do a whole show of hits if IRead More →

ABC/Heidi Gutman Paul McCartney’s photography is the subject of a new exhibit opening later this month at the National Portrait Gallery in London, and to promote its opening he’s set to talk about his photos in a new online discussion with actor Stanley Tucci. The in-conversation event, taking place June 29,Read More →

Harry Herd/Redferns Eric Clapton has set his first plans for 2024. The three-time Rock & Roll Hall of Famer has just announced a limited run of dates in the U.K. and Ireland.  The six-date tour kicks off May 9 in New Castle, England, and wraps with a two-night stand at London’s RoyalRead More →

On This Day, June 6, 1993… The Broadway musical adaption of The Who’s Tommy won five awards at the 47th annual Tony Awards. Based on the band’s 1969 album and 1975 film of the same name, the musical earned a Best Original Score Tony for The Who’s Pete Townshend, as well as Best Direction ofRead More →

Courtesy of Michael Cartellone Michael Cartellone, the current drummer for Lynyrd Skynyrd, is set to show off his latest art collection in July. The rocker’s work will be on display at the Wentworth Gallery at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, Florida, on Thursday, July 20.  The exhibit includesRead More →

Dave Hogan/MTV/Getty Images for MTV Julian Lennon is taking a stab at hosting. Variety reports the musician, son of The Beatles‘ John Lennon, will host a new docuseries, Inspired, that looks at how an artist’s creative process is influenced by their surroundings. Each episode will have Lennon meeting with artists, helping viewers experience a location from their point of view. “What’s soRead More →

ABC/Donna Svennevik KISS will finally say goodbye to the road this December when they wrap their End of the Road tour in New York City. While some fans may want them to go on forever, Gene Simmons believes it’s important for them to go out while they are still on the top ofRead More →

Bobby Bank/Getty Images In 2008, E Street Band member Steven Van Zandt launched TeachRock, a free educational initiative for K-12 classrooms, and now he’s recruited some big-name musicians to join his mission. Billboard reports that TeachRock has a new Artist Council, made up of such stars as Peter Gabriel, Sheryl Crow, The Go-Go’s Gina Schock, Norah Jones and DJ Khaled, along with ErykahRead More →

Tim Mosenfelder/Getty Images The virtual Jerry Garcia Archive Museum, which will provide a digital library of historical information about the late Grateful Dead star, is set to open June 7, and the occasion will be celebrated in the metaverse. Fans interested in checking out the museum can create their own avatar via Neverworld Metaverse, whichRead More →