Abramorama Music fans are getting their first look at an upcoming documentary about Jimi Hendrix’s famed music studio, Electric Lady Studios. A trailer for the film, Electric Lady Studios: A Jimi Hendrix Vision, directed by John McDermott, has just been released, featuring archival footage and photos showing the building of the studio, HendrixRead More →

Rhino Genesis fans will soon be able to stock their vinyl collection. The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame band will be reissuing 13 of their albums on 180g vinyl, all mixed and remastered by producer Nick Davis. The reissue campaign begins Aug. 23 with 1972’s Foxtrot, 1974’s The Lamb Lies DownRead More →

Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for the Stonewall National Monument Visitor Center, a Program of Pride Live Five-time Emmy winner Jean Smart has just been nominated yet again for her role as comedy legend Deborah Vance on Max’s hit show Hacks. And while the show has lined up some big-name guest starsRead More →

Marvel Studios The soundtrack for the new movie Deadpool & Wolverine features several classic tunes. The much-hyped film includes hits from nearly every decade of pop music, including The Platters‘ “Only You (And You Alone),” which came out in 1955, ’70s classics like “Angel of the Morning” by Merrilee Rush, and the iconic Grease tune “You’re the One that IRead More →

Rhino Records New music from Rush doesn’t seem likely to happen, but the band’s fans will soon get another chance to enjoy the first-ever solo albums from the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame group’s surviving members, Alex Lifeson and Geddy Lee. The solo albums, Lifeson’s Victor and Lee’s My Favourite Headache, areRead More →

Billy Joel performed the final concert at New York’s historic Shea Stadium ahead of its demolition. The show, a culmination of a two-night stand at the home of the New York Mets, saw Joel welcoming several guests, including Tony Bennett, Garth Brooks, Steven Tyler, Roger Daltrey and Paul McCartney, who was driven to the stage by theRead More →

Courtesy of Netflix © 2024 Lionel Richie, who’s won an Oscar and several Grammys, was nominated for an Emmy Wednesday in connection with the Netflix documentary he helped produce, The Greatest Night In Pop. Now, he’s responding to the honor. The documentary details the creation of the all-star 1985 charity single “We AreRead More →

Mickey Bernal/Getty Images Rock & Roll Hall of Famers Grateful Dead and Bonnie Raitt are among the artists who’ll be celebrated at the 47th edition of the Kennedy Center Honors, recognizing their lifetime artistic achievement. This year’s other honorees include director Francis Ford Coppola and jazz musician Arturo Sandoval, as well as the iconicRead More →

HELLE ARENSBAK/Ritzau Scanpix/AFP via Getty Images Lenny Kravitz is teasing his next music video. The rocker shared a snippet of the video for the Blue Electric Light track “Paralyzed,” with images of three hooded figures walking toward the camera, which then cuts to an image of Kravitz from behind, bathed in light with his guitarRead More →

Allen Berezovsky/WireImage Mike Campbell and The Dirty Knobs have announced new fall co-headlining dates with singer Lucinda Williams. The Alone Together: Come Hell or High Water tour kicks off Sept. 10 in Midland, Texas, hitting such cities as Austin, Salt Lake City, Las Vegas, Oakland, Los Angeles and more, before wrappingRead More →