Credit: Penny Lancaster Stewart In the last couple of years, biopics of Elton John and Queen‘s Freddie Mercury — Rocketman and Bohemian Rhapsody, respectively — were hugely successful at the box office, and Rod Stewart isn’t about to let a similar opportunity pass him by: He claims that he’s activelyRead More →

Insight Editions Graham Nash‘s new book, A Life in Focus: The Photography of Graham Nash, gets its official release today. The 79-year-old folk-rock legend helped curate the book, which celebrates his lifelong passion for photography and offers a collection of captivating images that he shot spanning from his childhood toRead More →

Arif Hudaverdi Yaman/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images In addition to being a musician, Bryan Adams is also a noted photographer. On Monday, he unveiled his latest work: the 2022 edition of the legendary Pirelli calendar, which in the past has been shot by such legendary photographers as Richard Avedon, HelmutRead More →

Bettmann / Contributor – Getty Images On December 3, 1979, 11 young people lost their lives in a stampede as fans rushed the doors of a Who concert at the Riverfront Coliseum in Cincinnati, Ohio.  This weekend, a 1973 Who concert will be streamed online to raise funds in memoryRead More →

Eric McCandless/ABC via Getty Images Lionel Richie wants you to say “Hello” to the new items he’s added to his home collection. In addition to things like bed linens, towels and pillows, the singer is now offering furniture, and the first items are designed for storage as well, including ottomans,Read More →

Credit: Steve Cohen Toto is already scheduled to join Journey for a tour in April of 2022, but the band has just announced a series of headlining appearances before that. The Dogz of Oz World Tour kicks off in Las Vegas on February 25; tickets go on sale to theRead More →

Marc Grimwade/WireImage Legendary Australian rockers Midnight Oil have announced that while they’ll continue as a band, they’ll be calling it quits on touring. On social media, James Moginie, a founding member of the “Beds Are Burning” band, writes that the group has rethought performing live since their longtime bass player BonesRead More →

Walt Disney Studios The climax of Peter Jackson‘s new Disney+ documentary Get Back is the Beatles‘ legendary concert on the rooftop of Apple Records, which turned out to be the final time they ever played together.  Now, the policeman who was sent to shut down the concert that January dayRead More →

Srdjan Stevanovic/WireImage Whitesnake has seen many musicians come and go during its 40-year history, but the band has never featured a female member…until now! This past week, after frontman David Coverdale and company announced that bassist Michael Devin had parted ways with the group, Whitesnake revealed that Devin’s replacement isRead More →

Rounder Records Robert Plant and Alison Krauss‘ second collaborative album Raise the Roof has debuted in the top 10 on the Billboard 200. The record lands at number seven on the all-genre chart with a total of 40,000 equivalent album units, 38,000 of which were traditional album sales. Plant andRead More →