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Shelter Records/BMG ZZ Top has released their updated version of their 1971 song “Brown Sugar” as the first single from their upcoming album, Raw, which is due out on July 22. As previously reported, Raw was recorded in conjunction with the blues-rock trio’s 2019 documentary That Little Ol’ Band fromRead More →

Kevin Mazur/Getty Images Friday is Elton John‘s 75th birthday, so Billboard asked some fellow stars to pick their favorite songs by the Rocket Man. Here are just a few: Billy Joel, who toured with Elton on and off for years, picked “Goodbye Yellow Brick Road.” He tells Billboard, “We usedRead More →

Courtesy of Live Nation Foreigner launches a new eight-show Las Vegas residency tonight at The Venetian Theatre, and the veteran rockers have just announced that, in conjunction with the concerts, they will be partnering with the American Red Cross to help the organization’s Ukrainian relief efforts. The band will donateRead More →

Blackheart Joan Jett and the Blackhearts‘ recently announced first-ever acoustic album, Changeup, got its release today. The album is a 25-track collection featuring new, unplugged versions of songs spanning Joan Jett‘s entire career, from her work with the trailblazing 1970s all-female group The Runaways through to some of her mostRead More →

Shakey Pictures Records/Reprise Records Neil Young will release three new installments of his Official Bootleg Series of archival live albums on May 6, all solo acoustic performances dating back to the early 1970s. The albums are Royce Hall 1971, which documents a show that took place on January 30 ofRead More →

UMe Def Leppard has debuted a music video for “Kick,” the recently released first single from the band’s forthcoming 12th studio album, Diamond Star Halos, which is due out May 27. The clip features the British rockers playing the catchy anthem inside a “Wall of Death” motorcycle carnival ride for anRead More →

Eric Hurtgen Back in 1985, as the U.S. and the Soviet Union were in the grip of the Cold War, and the nuclear threat was looming, Sting recorded the song “Russians,” in which he sang, “What might save us, me and you/is if the Russians love their children too.”  Sadly,Read More →

UMe A new archival Rolling Stones concert album, Live at the El Mocambo, featuring performances from two Toronto club shows that the British rock legends played on March 4 and 5, 1977, will be released on May 13. The album, which will be available as a two-CD set, a four-LPRead More →

Tim P. Whitby/Getty Images for Disney Love reigned over Zak Starkey this week! People reports that on Monday, Ringo Starr‘s oldest son and The Who‘s touring drummer since the 1990s got married to his longtime partner and fellow musician, Sharna “Sshh” Liguz. According to the the magazine, the nuptials tookRead More →

Rocket Entertainment The Rocket Man turns 75 today, and Elton John has marked his milestone birthday by issuing a statement summing up his feelings about where he is now in his life and career. “I’m not usually one to look back or get nostalgic, but 75 is such a milestoneRead More →