Legacy Recordings June 2 marks the 45th anniversary of Bruce Springsteen’s fourth studio album, Darkness on the Edge of Town, and The Boss is giving fans a new way to appreciate it. To celebrate the milestone, Springsteen has released a new 20-song playlist from the 1978 Darkness tour, featuring performances that were previously unavailable to streaming platforms. The playlistRead More →

ABC/Heidi Gutman June 1 marked the 50th anniversary of Paul McCartney and Wings‘ James Bond theme “Live And Let Die,” and the music legend is looking back on the track in the latest Q&A posted to his website.  McCartney says he can’t really believe it’s been 50 years since the song’s release, but admitsRead More →

On This Day, June 2, 1941… Drummer Charlie Watts was born in London, England. After getting his start playing blues and jazz, Watts joined The Rolling Stones in 1963, and remained with the group for 58 years until his death. Watts, Mick Jagger and Keith Richards are the only three members of the band who appear on every StonesRead More →

Capitol/UMe The Beach Boys‘ 1966 album, Pet Sounds, is often considered one of the best albums of all times, and now fans have a new way to experience it. For the first time ever, Pet Sounds has been released with a new mix in Dolby Atmos, courtesy of music producer Giles Martin, son of Beatles producer George Martin.Read More →

Blackheart Records Group/Sony Music Entertainment Joan Jett & The Blackhearts are back with new music. The band just dropped the new digital EP, Mindsets, featuring six new tracks. “The last several years have been tough ones on the whole world. These songs reflect the various ‘mindsets’ needed to make it through theRead More →

Courtesy of Wentworth Gallery While the Grateful Dead’s Mickey Hart is known for his music, when he’s not onstage he loves making art. His latest collection, the Art of Mickey Hart, is going to be on display in June at two Wentworth Gallery locations, with Mickey set to make appearances at both ofRead More →

ABC/Adam Taylor U2 is scheduled to open the new Las Vegas venue The MSG Sphere in September with their new residency, U2: UV Achtung Baby Live At Sphere, and it appears Bono took it upon himself to check out the new digs. The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports the band’s frontman was spotted visiting the venue last Saturday, whileRead More →

Sony BMG Music Entertainment MILLIVANILLI, a documentary about the disgraced late ’80s/early ’90s pop duo, is coming to Paramount+. The documentary will start streaming this fall on the platform after debuting at the Tribeca Film Festival on June 10. It tells the story of two German models and dancers, Robert Pilatus andRead More →

BEN STANSALL/AFP via Getty Images Forbes is out with their list of America’s richest self-made women entrepreneurs, executives and entertainers, with Madonna, Dolly Parton and Barbra Streisand all nabbing spots on the list. Madonna lands at #45 with $580 million, a number which is likely to increase with her upcoming Celebration tour, which kicks off JulyRead More →

ABC/Heidi Gutman June 1 marks the 50th anniversary of Paul McCartney and Wings‘ classic “Live And Let Die,” and the milestone is not going unnoticed. The anniversary is being celebrated with a new Dolby Atmos release of the song. It’s mixed by Steve Orchard and Giles Martin, son of Beatles producer George Martin, who produced the original song, and mastered by Oli Morgan. “I thinkRead More →