Big Machine Records/Surfdog Records Carole King is one of the many artists featured on the upcoming reimagining of the late Glen Campbell’s farewell album, Ghosts on the Canvas, and now we get to hear her contribution to the record.  King is featured on the just-released track “There’s No Me Without You,” a tune written byRead More →

Columbia Records There’s no doubt that artificial intelligence is changing the music industry. For one example, watch the video for Billy Joel‘s new song, “Turn the Lights Back On.” It uses what’s described as “groundbreaking technology” from a company called Deep Voodoo to transform Billy from the 74-year-old man heRead More →

Silver Arrow Records The Black Crowes are giving fans another preview of their upcoming album, Happiness Bastards. Following the release of the album’s debut track, “Wanting and Waiting,” brothers Chris and Rich Robinson have dropped the second single from the record, “Cross Your Fingers,” which is described as having a “rhythmic chorus infused with the funk and soulRead More →

Republic/UMe James Brown passed away in 2006, but fans are now getting to hear a never-before-heard recording from the Godfather of Soul.  The previously unreleased tune, “We Got to Change,” features Brown’s band the J.B.’s, with William “Bootsy” Collins on bass, Phelps “Catfish” Collins on guitar and “Funky Drummer” Clyde Stubblefield. “James Brown always leaned into theRead More →

Island Def Jam Music Group February 18 marks the 50th anniversary of the release of KISS‘ self-titled debut album, which included such songs as “Strutter,” “Black Diamond” and “Deuce.” But while those songs may be KISS classics today, The Starchild Paul Stanley says those tunes didn’t exactly take off out of the gate.  Stanley tells ABCRead More →

Scott Dudelson/Getty Images Brian Wilson, co-founder of the Beach Boys, has been has been placed under a conservatorship, his longtime manager, Jean Sievers, confirmed in a statement to KABC-TV. The statement says that the decision was made after Brian’s wife Melinda passed away, noting that Sievers and Wilson family representative LeeAnn Hard will be his co-conservators.  “ThisRead More →

Sun Records/Cover art by Johnny Depp Ian Hunter released his guest-filled album Defiance Part 1 last April, and now, almost a year later, he’s ready to unleash Part 2. The Mott The Hoople frontman will release Defiance Part 2: Fiction on April 19 — and just like with his last record, he’s enlisted some of his A-list friends forRead More →

JC Olivera/Getty Images The life of hitmaking songwriter Diane Warren is coming to the Broadway stage — along with the hits she’s written over the years. The musical, called Obsessed, has started production and will include Diane’s hits for artists like Cher, Aerosmith, Celine Dion, Whitney Houston, Lady Gaga and Toni Braxton, plus Taylor Swift‘s “Say Don’t Go,” the recently released “FromRead More →

BMG Crowded House recently released the new single “Oh Hi,” and there’s more new music where that came from.  The Aussie band, now made up of Neil Finn, Nick Seymour, Mitchell Froom, and Finn’s sons Elroy and Liam, just announced they’ll release the eighth studio album, Gravity Stairs, on May 31. It’s their first album since 2021’s Dreamers AreRead More →

Reprise Records When Neil Young & Crazy Horse announced their upcoming tour, they revealed they’ll be releasing a new album, FU##IN’ UP. Well, now we know a little bit more about the record. The release has Young and his legendary band, currently made up of Billy Talbot, Ralph Molina, Micah Nelson and Nils Lofgren, sharing nine new recordings ofRead More →