Courtesy of Sea.Hear.Now FestivalThe lineup for the 2021 Sea.Hear.Now Festival has been announced, and the event, which is set to take place September 18-19 in Asbury Park, New Jersey, will feature many of the same artists that had been scheduled to perform at the canceled 2020 edition of the extravaganza.Read More →

Courtesy of College Radio FoundationPoison frontman Bret Michaels has been named the official 2020 Ambassador for the 10th annual edition of World College Radio Day, which takes place Friday, October 2. The celebration, which is organized by the not-for-profit College Radio Foundation, seeks to unite college radio stations in moreRead More →

BMLGAs promised, Bon Jovi has released a new version of its hit “Do What You Can” featuring Jennifer Nettles, the country star who joined the rockers 15 years ago on their Grammy-winning hit “Who Says You Can’t Go Home.” The song’s video intercuts the already-released clip of Jon Bon JoviRead More →

Capitol Records/UMeA newly mixed version of John Lennon‘s 1973 hit “Mind Games” has been released as an advance track from the upcoming compilation Gimme Some Truth. The Ultimate Mixes., which is scheduled to hit stores on what would’ve been the late rock legend’s 80th birthday, October 9. The track isRead More →

Reprise RecordsNeil Young‘s new, politically charged EP, The Times, was released today digitally at Amazon Music HD and the folk rock legend’s site, and on CD via music retailers everywhere. As previously reported, the seven-track EP features recordings of all the songs Young performed during the most recent episodeRead More →

Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagicVan Morrison has announced plans to release three brand-new songs in the coming weeks that reflect his opposition to the lockdown restrictions that the U.K. government has enacted because of the COVID-19 pandemic. A message on Morrison’s official website reports that the tunes — titled “Born to Be Free,”Read More →

Eagle VisionThe new Ronnie Wood documentary Somebody Up There Likes Me, which premiered last October at the London Film Festival, gets its virtual cinema release today. As previously reported, the film, directed by Mike Figgis, offers an intimate look at the Rolling Stones guitarist’s life and career, from his childhoodRead More →

Columbia/LegacyOn Thursday, Mariah Carey shared an excerpt from her upcoming memoir The Meaning of Mariah Carey, in which she details her love for the 1980 movie Fame and its star, Irene Cara.  Now, you can hear Mariah sing one of the songs Cara performed in that movie: “Out Here onRead More →

Mark Davis/Getty ImagesBill Medley, the deep-voiced half of the legendary blue-eyed soul duo The Righteous Brothers, turns 80 this Saturday, September 19. With his late singing partner Bobby Hatfield, Medley scored a series of major hits during the mid-1960s, including the classics “You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin’” and “(You’re My)Read More →

Ed Caraeff/Getty ImagesToday marks the 50th anniversary of the death of Jimi Hendrix, who single-handedly revolutionized the electric guitar during his short life. Hendrix was just 27 when he died tragically at a London hotel on September 18, 1970. The rock legend asphyxiated on his own vomit after taking anRead More →