Courtesy of 117 Entertainment Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay will bring the traveling exhibit showcasing his expansive collection of rock memorabilia and other historic artifacts to the home of his football team, Lucas Oil Stadium, on September 9. As part of the event, which is free and open to theRead More →

Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images Newly restored versions of two official Rolling Stones promotional videos for the band’s classic 1968 hit “Jumpin’ Jack Flash” have debuted at the ABKCO label’s YouTube channel. The videos, which were directed by Michael Lindsay-Hogg, were shot on the same day in the spring of ’68Read More →

Courtesy of Trafalgar Releasing & Sony Music Entertainment The recently announced film companion to veteran Norwegian pop-rock band a-ha‘s upcoming album, True North, will get its premiere in select theaters worldwide on September 15. Tickets for the screenings went on sale Thursday at ahaTrueNorth.com. The True North film features the “TakeRead More →

Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic The Moody Blues‘ John Lodge and Justin Hayward haven’t performed together since the band’s tour celebrating the 50th anniversary of 1967’s Days of Future Passed album ended in November 2018, and Lodge says there are no plans for them to work together moving forward. Since 2018, Lodge andRead More →

Craig McCord Sammy Hagar and Rush‘s Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson are among the many well-known musicians who have lent their talents to former Bruford bassist Jeff Berlin‘s new tribute album, Jack Songs, a salute to late Cream singer/bassist Jack Bruce. The 10-track collection, which focuses mainly on Bruce’s post-CreamRead More →

Bryan Adams/Badams Music/BMG A two-CD super deluxe version of Bryan Adams‘ latest studio album, So Happy It Hurts, will be released on October 28. The expanded collection includes a bonus disc featuring 12 of the tracks that appeared on Adams’ 2022 Classic and Classic Pt. II digital albums, which originallyRead More →

Samir Hussein/WireImage The Rolling Stones wrap up their 2022 SIXTY tour tonight with a concert at the Waldbühne theater in Berlin. In a recent interview with Apple Music’s Matt Wilkinson, guitarist Keith Richards reports that after the trek, he expects to continue working on Stones songs with Mick Jagger. RichardsRead More →

Courtesy of Trafalgar Releasing & Sony Music Entertainment In honor of the 50th anniversary of Billy Joel‘s solo career, a remixed and re-edited version of the Piano Man’s 1990 concert film Live at Yankee Stadium will be screened at select North American theaters in early October. The screenings will takeRead More →

BMG Journey‘s first new studio album in 11 years, Freedom, was released last month. The 15-track collection was recorded mostly remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic, with guitarist Neal Schon overseeing the music with veteran drummer/producer Narada Michael Walden, and keyboardist Jonathan Cain penning just about all of the lyrics. CainRead More →

Jeff Beck and ZZ Top’s Billy Gibbons in 2009; Kevin Mazur/WireImage ZZ Top recently lined up three September concerts in their home state of Texas featuring guitar legend Jeff Beck and Heart‘s Ann Wilson as special guests. Now three more shows with just Beck have been announced, taking place laterRead More →