Dimitrios Kambouris/WireImage; Leon Bennett/STA 2020/Getty Images for BET Mariah Carey has reunited with her “Thank God I Found You” production partners Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis for their new single, “Somewhat Loved (There You Go Breakin’ My Heart).” The track, released Wednesday night, highlights Mariah’s classic vocals with layered harmoniesRead More →

Roadrunner Records Richard Marx has collaborated with a lot of people in his long career — writing, producing and recording with everyone from ‘N SYNC and Josh Groban, to Barbra Streisand, Luther Vandross and Lionel Richie.  But his latest collaboration is his most unexpected yet. Marx has teamed up withRead More →

Capitol/UMe An expanded 50th anniversary edition of George Harrison‘s classic 1970 debut solo album All Things Must Pass will be released August 6 in multiple formats and configurations, including a Super Deluxe eight-LP or five-CD/Blu-ray-audio set. The Super Deluxe reissue features a new mix of the original 23-track album, theRead More →

Erika Goldring/Getty Images John Fogerty released a new single, “Weeping in the Promised Land,” in January, but it’s been more than 13 years since the former Creedence Clearwater Revival frontman has put out a full album of original material. Fogerty tells ABC Audio that he’s been making progress on a new record, althoughRead More →

Ambrosia, David Cutler Lewis second from left; Norman Seeff/Courtesy of Warner Bros. David Cutler Lewis, a dynamic keyboardist who played with Ambrosia and the New Age group Shadowfax, died earlier this week, reportedly of brain cancer. Lewis’ death was announced Monday in a Facebook post by founding Ambrosia bassist/singer JoeRead More →

Brian Rasic/WireImage In a new Rolling Stone interview, Pink Floyd singer/guitarist David Gilmour revealed that he’s working on a new solo album. During the conversation, which also included Gilmour’s wife, author/lyricist Polly Samson, David announced, “I am trying to make some music.” Gilmour’s most recent release was a Leonard Cohen-inspiredRead More →

BMG Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood celebrates one of his blues heroes, the late Jimmy Reed, on a new live album documenting a special 2013 concert Wood played at London’s Royal Albert Hall that will be released on September 3. Mr. Luck — A Tribute to Jimmy Reed: Live atRead More →

UMe/Polydor An expanded 50th anniversary reissue of Eric Clapton‘s 1970 self-titled debut solo album will be released as a four-CD set on August 20. The deluxe collection will feature three different mixes of the album: one by the record’s producer, Delaney Bramlett; one by acclaimed producer/engineer Tom Dowd; and oneRead More →

Courtesy of Cruise to the Edge The prog-rock-themed Cruise to the Edge is scheduled to return next year after being grounded in 2020 and 2021 because of the COVID-19 pandemic, but it apparently will be setting sail without its traditional headlining act: Yes. The lineup for the 2022 cruise wasRead More →

Credit: Josh Cheuse AC/DC has premiered the video for “Witch’s Spell,” a track off the band’s new album, Power Up. The clip lives up to its the song’s title, as it finds the “Back in Black” rockers trapped inside a magical being’s crystal ball. Given their many trips to andRead More →