Christopher Polk/Getty Images Janet Jackson‘s bold new documentary has had a ripple effect on her music, boosting her streaming numbers by over 100 percent. Billboard reports Janet’s streams have skyrocketed by 109 percent since her eponymous four-part documentary premiered  on A&E and Lifetime in late January, during which she provides honest insights onRead More →

Ethan Miller/Getty Images Happy birthday Sheryl Crow, born sixty years ago today.  Sheryl’s career spans over three decades, 11 studio albums and nine Grammy awards.  She got her start singing commercial jingles in the 80s before landing a spot as a backup singer on Michael Jackson‘s tour in 1987.  She didn’t get her big breakRead More →

Phil Dent/Redferns Today marks the 10th anniversary of Whitney Houston‘s death, and her estate is ensuring that we’ll be able to enjoy her music for many years to come, through the release of everything from new albums, to a Broadway show.  It’s all being planned by Whitney’s estate, which hasRead More →

UMe Aerosmith‘s 1971: The Road Starts Here, a collection of seven recently rediscovered rare live performances that was first issued as a limited-edition vinyl disc and cassette for the 2021 Record Store Day Black Friday event, will get its official release on CD and digital formats on April 8. TheRead More →

Debra L Rothenberg/FilmMagic Bruce Springsteen is helping Eddie Vedder celebrate the release of the Pearl Jam frontman’s new solo album, Earthling. The Boss and Vedder got together at Springsteen’s farm in New Jersey for a conversation about the album that was filmed for a special that will premiere today atRead More →

Lester Cohen/WireImage It’s hard to believe it’s been a decade since Whitney Houston‘s shocking and tragic death on February 11, 2012. But we will always love her: Her life story, and her music, are still captivating and entertaining fans around the world. Ironically, Whitney died on the weekend of theRead More →

Scott Dudelson/Getty Images Michael McDonald, the soulful singer and talented songwriter and keyboardist who found success with The Doobie Brothers, as a solo artist and as a collaborator with various other musicians and singers, celebrates his 70th birthday this Saturday, February 12. In 1974, McDonald briefly was a member ofRead More →

Bobby Bank/Getty Images Ian McDonald, a multi-instrumentalist and founding member of King Crimson and Foreigner, has died at the age of 75. The rocker “passed away peacefully on February 9, 2022 in his home in New York City, surrounded by his family,” according to a press release. A cause ofRead More →

Courtesy of Paul Green Last summer, Jon Anderson teamed up with the students of the Paul Green Rock Academy for an 11-date U.S. tour, and the now former Yes frontman is set to join forces again with the talented young musicians for a lengthier North American trek this year. SoRead More →

U-Watch Records/BMG Daryl Hall and John Oates will release their 1997 album Marigold Sky on vinyl for the first time on March 25 in honor of the record’s 25th anniversary. In addition the vinyl version, which will be a two-LP set, an expanded version of the album with three bonusRead More →