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Courtesy of Long Island UniversityThe Beatles-themed festival Abbey Road on the River is partnering with New York’s Long Island University to launch the first Abbey Road on the Island event, a three-day celebration of the Fab Four taking place September 4-6 at the school’s LIU Post campus. Abbey Road onRead More →

Tim Mosenfelder/WireImageAfter suing his four Aerosmith band mates because they wouldn’t let him perform with them at the Grammys, it appears drummer Joey Kramer was given a reason to finally bury the hatchet.   TMZ reports that the band invited Kramer to join them on stage for their show in Las Vegas.  The band is currently kicking around the CityRead More →

Credit: Emily LodgeLongtime Moody Blues singer/bassist John Lodge begins his 2020 itinerary with a stint on the star-packed ’70s Rock & Romance Cruise, which sets sail from Miami this Saturday, February 15. This marks the first time the Rock & Roll Hall of Famer will be playing this particular cruise,Read More →

Credit: Andy Fallon1970s British pop star Gilbert O’Sullivan will launch his first U.S. tour in over 40 years this spring, a nine-date trek starting April 12 in Washington, D.C., and scheduled through an April 26 concert in Los Angeles. After two well-received shows in New York City and Philadelphia lastRead More →

George Pimentel/Getty ImagesIn December, founding Guess Who singer/keyboardist Burton Cummings began hinting on his social media pages that he and the band’s original lead guitarist, Randy Bachman, were discussing playing some reunion shows in 2020.  Now both musicians have confirmed that they’re in the process of scheduling some joint concerts.Read More →

ABC/Image Group LATalk about a “Boulevard of Broken Dreams”: the film adaptation of Green Day‘s 2004 opus American Idiot is no longer in the works. Frontman Billie Joe Armstrong revealed the sad news in an interview with NME, simply saying that the project has been “pretty much scrapped.” In 2016,Read More →

Sunset Blvd. RecordsEagles bassist Timothy B. Schmit and Herman’s Hermits singer Peter Noone are among the guest artists who’ve contributed to Have Harmony, Will Travel 2, a new duets album by veteran roots rocker Carla Olson that will be released on March 20. Olson celebrates her love of intertwining voicesRead More →

Michael Kovac/Getty Images for EJAFElton John showed up at his 28th annual Oscar Viewing Party Sunday night with the best accessory of all: a brand-new Oscar. Elton and his songwriting partner of five decades, Bernie Taupin, scored the Best Original Song Oscar for “(I’m Gonna) Love You Again,” their endRead More →