Photo by Lee Cherry John Fogerty is the latest artist to reach the Billions Club on Spotify. Fogerty’s Creedence Clearwater Revival classic “Have You Ever Seen The Rain” has now reached over 1 billion streams on the streaming service. “I am honored and humbled that my song has been loved by so many forRead More →

Courtesy Live Nation Get ready to “Sing A Song” “All Night Long” because Lionel Richie and Earth, Wind & Fire are teaming up for a joint tour. The Sing A Song All Night Long tour kicks off August 4 in St. Paul, Minnesota, and will visit 20 cities across North America before wrapping upRead More →

courtesy of Gov’t Mule Gov’t Mule is extending their time on the road this year. After confirming dates for a spring tour, Warren Haynes and the gang have announced they’ll be headed out this summer, with the tour featuring a celebration of Pink Floyd‘s classic The Dark Side of the Moon. The 12-date Dark Side of the MuleRead More →

Courtesy of Black Crowes/Silver Arrow The Black Crowes have spent the past two years celebrating their debut album, Shake Your Money Maker, and now they are continuing that celebration with a new live album. The Black Crowes: Shake Your Money Maker Live features the best performances from their 2021-22 reunion tour in which they played theirRead More →

Eric Clapton was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame as a solo artist on March 6, 2000, his third time being inducted into the prestigious institution. Clapton was the first and remains the only musician to be inducted into the Hall of Fame three times. Clapton was previouslyRead More →

AMPAS/ABC Lenny Kravitz is the latest artist added to this year’s Oscars telecast. The rocker, who has also dabbled in acting in movies like The Hunger Games, Precious and more, is set to perform during the ‘In Memoriam’ segment of the show. As of now there’s no word on what song Kravitz will sing.Read More →

Erik Melvin At the Oscars on March 12, legendary songwriter Diane Warren has received her 14th nomination for Best Original Song for “Applause,” from the movie Tell It Like a Woman.  but while she feels the nomination is its own award, she wouldn’t mind taking home the Oscar — toRead More →

Courtesy Live Nation Foreigner is set to kick off their final tour this summer. While some may question whether it’s the right time for them to say goodbye to the road, the band’s current lead singer, Kelly Hansen, thinks the timing’s perfect. “I’d rather go out at the top of our gameRead More →

Scott Dudelson/Getty Images for Stagecoach Gary Rossington, guitarist for Southern rock legends Lynyrd Skynyrd, passed away Sunday at the age of 71, according to an announcement on the band’s Facebook page. “It is with our deepest sympathy and sadness that we have to advise, that we lost our brother, friend, family member, songwriterRead More →

Tim Mosenfelder/Getty Images Musician and songwriter David Lindley, who worked with such artists as Jackson Browne and Bob Dylan, passed away Friday at the age of 78, California’s Claremont Courier reports. A musician who played dozens of string instruments, Lindley is best known for his work with Browne and was featured on such classics as “The Pretender,” “RunningRead More →