Gary Miller/Getty Images A new book is set to explore feminism and rock ‘n’ roll from the point of view of several well-known female rockers. She’s a Bad**: Women in Rock Shaping Feminism, from music journalist Katherine Yeske Taylor, features interviews with a host of famous female rockers, including Heart’s Ann Wilson, The Go-Go’s Gina Schock, The Runaways‘ CherieRead More →

ABC/Heidi Gutman Some new information has been uncovered in the search for Paul McCartney’s missing bass.  The Lost Bass Project launched its global search to find McCartney’s original Höfner bass guitar in early September, and it’s already made some progress. The two-time Rock & Roll Hall of Famer purchased the bass in Hamburg, Germany,Read More →

Frank Trapper/Corbis via Getty Images Cher is being accused of going to great lengths to stop her son Elijah Blue Allman from reconciling with his wife. Court documents filed back in December and obtained by Entertainment Tonight reveal that Elijah’s estranged wife, Marie Angela King, claims Cher hired four men to kidnap Elijah in order toRead More →

Courtesy of Max A new animated short film based on the classic tale of Peter & The Wolf is set to debut October 19 on Max. The film features illustrations by U2’s Bono as well as music and narration by composer Gavin Friday. It is based on a 2003 project by the pair, which they did forRead More →

Manny Carabel/Getty Images Bruce Springsteen needs a little more time to recover from his peptic ulcers. The Rock & Roll Hall of Famer just announced that he’s postponing the remainder of his 2023 tour with the E Street Band until 2024. “Bruce Springsteen has continued to recover steadily from peptic ulcer disease over the past fewRead More →

BMG Back in February, The Kinks announced the beginning of their 60-year celebration with the March release of the compilation album The Journey – Part 1. Well, now that journey continues. The Rock & Roll Hall of Famers are set to release The Journey – Part 2 on November 17, featuring songs handpicked by Ray Davies, Dave Davies and Mick Avory.Read More →

On This Day, September 27, 2016…  Bruce Springsteen published his autobiography, Born to Run, named after his iconic 1975 album. He began writing it the day after he headlined the Super Bowl halftime show in 2009.  The book recounted The Boss’ childhood in Freehold, New Jersey, his early days as a musicianRead More →

KMazur/WireImage for The Next Adventure – Toronto The Police are the latest artists to join TikTok.  The Rock & Roll Hall of Famers just launched their account with a video featuring archival pictures and footage set to some of their biggest hits, including “Every Breath You Take,” “Don’t Stand So Close To Me,” “Roxanne,” “Every LittleRead More →

Amazon exclusive cover; Warner Records Earlier in September, Cher said her upcoming holiday album, Christmas, had “millions of people on it” — meaning she’d recorded a lot of duets. Now we know who those duets are with. Describing the album, due out October 20, Cher tells Yahoo Entertainment, “I mean, there’s no ‘Silent Night’ and there’s noRead More →

Geffen Records The Rolling Stones are teaming up with Major League Baseball for a very special promotion in connection with the band’s upcoming release, Hackney Diamonds. The band is releasing limited-edition white vinyl versions of the new album, featuring pocket jackets with custom art tailored to each of the 30 MLB baseball teams.Read More →