Courtesy of Trenchtown Productions The legendary Bob Marley will be celebrated with a new immersive experience coming to Las Vegas later this year. Bob Marley Hope Road, set to open at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino, “invites audiences to enter a world where the heartbeat of one man unites allRead More →

Live Nation Bob Marley‘s legacy will live on in a big way this year. The Marley Brothers — Ziggy, Stephen, Julian, Ky-Mani and Damian Marley — have announced a 22-date tour, a reunion run for the children of Bob Marley. The Marley Brothers: The Legacy Tour will kick off on Sept. 5Read More →

NPG Records/Warner Records Prince’s ’80s-era band The Revolution is set to headline two special shows celebrating the 40th anniversary of Prince’s classic album Purple Rain. The band — Wendy Melvoin, Lisa Coleman, Bobby Z, Brownmark and Dr. Fink  — will take the stage at Minneapolis’ legendary venue First Avenue on Friday, June 21, andRead More →

Frederic REGLAIN/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images Whitney Houston‘s legacy will be celebrated this summer during Chicago’s Ravinia Festival. On August 30, the festival will play host to the world premiere of The Voice Of Whitney: A Symphonic Celebration. The production will feature the original master recordings of Whitney’s vocals, set to newRead More →

Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Academy Museum of Motion Pictures Legendary singer Diana Ross turned 80 on Tuesday, March 26, and the milestone birthday was marked by well-wishes from family and friends on social media. The singer’s daughter Tracee Ellis Ross celebrated her mom with a collage of photos on Instagram, writing, “OhRead More →

Kevin Mazur/WireImage The upcoming Michael Jackson biopic, Michael, has added some more names to the cast, including actors who’ll play legendary music figures like Berry Gordy and Diana Ross. Variety reports that Larenz Tate has been hired to play Gordy, the man behind Motown Records, the label behind such artists as the Jackson 5,Read More →

Paul Natkin/WireImage The success of the Bob Marley biopic, Bob Marley: One Love, has motivated a lot of music fans to rediscover the reggae legend’s music.  The film was released on Valentine’s Day, bringing in $160.5 million worldwide, with a U.S. opening weekend of $28.7 million, and lots of those moviegoers followedRead 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 →

Credit: Fool in Love Festival/Live Nation/Redrock Entertainment Lionel Richie and Diana Ross, who had a #1 hit together with 1981’s “Endless Love,” are set to team up again for a brand new love-themed festival coming to the Los Angeles area.  The two superstars are set to headline the inaugural Fool in Love festival,Read More →

Mike Coppola/WireImage Henry Lee Fambrough, the last surviving founding member of R&B group The Spinners, passed away Wednesday, the band’s rep Tanisha Lynn Jackson confirms to ABC Audio. Fambrough died at his home in Virginia at the age of 85. Fambrough formed The Spinners in 1954 with Pervis Jackson, Billy Henderson, Bobby Smith and C.P. Spencer. Known for his baritoneRead More →