ABC Tonight on ABC, Stevie Wonder and Gloria Estefan are among the stars who’ll be “on their way” to Sesame Street. They’ll be celebrating the groundbreaking, Emmy-winning children’s show in a two-hour documentary called 50 Years of Sunny Days, airing at 8 p.m. ET. Wonder will perform a re-imagined versionRead More →

ABC Can you guess what Billie Joe Armstrong thinks is the best Green Day song? In an interview with Vulture, Armstrong shares that “Jesus of Suburbia” is the track that “sticks out” for him. “It’s so epic,” Armstrong says of the nine-minute American Idiot cut. “I mean, I’m tooting my ownRead More →

Credit: Kevin Mazur After surviving a bout with lung cancer a few years ago, Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood reveals that he’s been given “the all-clear” after experiencing a second cancer scare during the COVID-19 lockdown. Wood tells U.K. newspaper The Sun, “I’ve had cancer two different ways now. IRead More →

Kevin Mazur/WireImage The New York Times/FX documentary Framing Britney Spears documented how Justin Timberlake allegedly used the media to make Britney Spears the villain in their breakup.  Now Page Six reports that another documentary is in the works about another female pop star whom fans believe JT threw under theRead More →

Cleopatra Records Todd Rundgren has released a third advance track from his forthcoming studio album, Space Force, a collaborative tune called “Your Fandango” that he co-wrote and recorded with the eclectic veteran sibling pop-rock duo, Sparks. The epic song, which offers a quirky mix of electronic music, classical and glam-rock,Read More →

David M. Benett/Getty Images for the Elton John AIDS Foundation The 29th Annual Elton John AIDS Foundation Oscar party went virtual this year, but still raised millions for the cause. A 60-minute pre-party, which the public was allowed to “attend” — virtually, of course — for the first time, raisedRead More →

Sanctuary Records The Kinks‘ soundtrack to the 1971 oddball British comedy Percy was released 50 years ago this past month, and coinciding with the milestone anniversary, a limited-edition vinyl picture disc version of the album will be issued on June 12 as part of the 2021 Record Store Day campaign.Read More →

Courtesy of Apple TV+ A new eight-part docuseries focusing on the impact that music released 50 years ago, in 1971, had on politics and culture will premiere May 21 on Apple TV+. 1971: The Year That Music Changed Everything will feature an examination of the songs and albums released thatRead More →

ABC Billie Joe Armstrong has a massive gift to Green Day fans, the tell-all experience Welcome to My Panic which tells the origins of the band’s greatest hits. The special runs an hour-and-a-half, which features Armstrong reminiscing about the exact place and time he first thought of songs such as “Basket Case,” “Wake Me Up When SeptemberRead More →

Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images Many great Oscar moments of the past are musical, like Diana Ross and Lionel Richie duetting on “Endless Love” or Celine Dion singing “My Heart Will Go On.”  But back in the day, artists weren’t always allowed to perform their songs on the Oscar telecast. InRead More →