Courtesy of Live Nation Jeff Lynne’s ELO has added more dates to their Over and Out Tour, which is being billed as the band’s final tour.  The new dates include a second show in four big cities: New York’s Madison Square Garden on September 17, Philadelphia’s Wells Fargo Center on SeptemberRead More →

Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for God’s Love we Deliver Heart is extending their time on the road. Sisters Ann and Nancy Wilson have just added some more dates to their upcoming Royal Flush tour, which is their first tour together in five years. The new dates kick off September 26 in San Francisco,Read More →

On This Day, April 2, 1977 … Fleetwood Mac topped the Billboard 200 album chart with their 11th studio album, Rumours. The album would go on to spend 31 nonconsecutive weeks at #1. Rumours became Fleetwood Mac’s most successful release, thanks to four top-10 hits: “Dreams,” their only #1 song; “Go Your OwnRead More →

Daniel Knighton/Getty Images Bruce Springsteen came to the rescue of one of his young fans, who was skipping school to see Bruce’s concert at the Chase Center in San Francisco on Sunday, March 31. Fan-shot footage posted to Facebook shows the rocker kneeling down to sign an excuse note for a young girlRead More →

Disney/Jenny Anderson While Peter Frampton is a rock star in his own right, he’s had no problem stepping out of the spotlight and lending his guitar expertise to other artists, and in a new interview he reveals why he likes to do it. “I’ve always enjoyed doing sessions for otherRead More →

Ian West/PA Images via Getty Images ABBA Voyage, the virtual concert production starring computer-generated “avatars” of the members of ABBA, backed by a live orchestra, has been playing exclusively in London since May 2022. But the show is reportedly heading to the U.S. for a run in — where else?Read More →

Courtesy of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Foreigner is taking issue with anyone who doesn’t think they deserve to be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.  The band, who received their first Rock Hall nomination this year, shared a new video on social media respondingRead More →

Gie Knaeps/Getty Images Some previously lost Marvin Gaye recordings may soon see the light of day after being discovered in Belgium. Over 40 years ago, Gaye lived in the home of Belgian musician Charles Dumolin, whose family recently uncovered a collection of items belonging to Gaye, the BBC reports. The collection includesRead More →

Weiss Eubanks/NBC Universal Sheryl Crow had the rare honor of having Prince record one of her songs, and she says she still thinks of him whenever she plays it. While appearing on The Kelly Clarkson Show, Sheryl told Kelly that when the late legend recorded her song “Everyday Is aRead More →

Kevin Winter/Getty Images for Crossroads Guitar Festival Eric Clapton has announced his first U.S. tour dates for 2024.  The three-time Rock & Roll Hall of Famer is set to play three shows in California this fall: October 8 in San Diego, October 10 in Palm Desert and October 12 in LosRead More →