Capitol Records/UMe McCartney III Imagined, the new album featuring various interpretations of the songs from Paul McCartney‘s 2020 solo effort, McCartney III, has reached #1 on Billboard‘s Top Album Sales chart after being released on physical formats on July 23. As previously reported, the collection was personally curated by McCartneyRead More →

Brad Elterman/FilmMagic In the ’80s, when Michael Jackson was the biggest star on the planet, any other star would’ve jumped at the chance to work with him, right? Well, not so much. Appearing on Bravo’s Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen Monday night, Duran Duran was asked by CohenRead More →

Courtesy of MGM Jennifer Hudson stars as the legendary Aretha Franklin in the upcoming biopic Aretha, out August 13. Unfortunately, the iconic soul singer died in 2018, but Hudson still remembers the last conversation she had with her. “I definitely remember our last call,” Hudson told E!’s Daily Pop. “I miss hearing from her.” “The last thingRead More →

Courtesy of Heritage Auctions This past Saturday, the same day Journey rocked Chicago’s Lollapalooza festival, the band’s co-founder, Neal Schon, auctioned off a collection of his guitars, in the process bringing in a whopping $4.2 million. More than 90 instruments were sold in total, among them the 1977 Gibson LesRead More →

Chris Walter/WireImage The upcoming official Led Zeppelin documentary Becoming Led Zeppelin has been added to the lineup of the 2021 edition of Italy’s Venice International Film Festival, which runs from September 1 through September 11. The movie will be screened as part of the out-of-competition section of the festival. As previouslyRead More →

Scott Legato/Getty Images It’s Tony Bennett‘s 95th birthday today, and he’ll be celebrating with all of New York. New York State has officially proclaimed today Tony Bennett Day, with Governor Andrew Cuomo saying in part, “Music and the arts have long been an essential piece of the fabric of NewRead More →

Gulf Coast Records/Hillside Global Ahead of the release of his second blues-inspired solo album, Under Your Spell, Tito Jackson is setting the record straight about the status of The Jacksons. Contrary to the rumors, Tito says he and his brothers Jackie, Jermaine and Marlon are still together and touring, but just not necessarily in the U.S. “We have alwaysRead More →

©Mary McCartney Sir Paul McCartney is hoping to encourage more of his fans to get the COVID-19 vaccine if they haven’t already done so. Taking to Instagram on Monday, the 79-year-old music legend shared a photo of him getting the jab and captioned his post in all capital letters, “BE COOL. GETRead More →

ABC/Eric McCandless In recent new episode of Marc Maron‘s WTF Podcast, Lindsey Buckingham says despite his firing from Fleetwood Mac in 2019, “pretty much everyone [in the band] would love to see me come back.” Having said that, Buckingham admits that he’s not sure if returning to the group isRead More →

Capitol Records/UMe The Beach Boys have debuted two more advance tracks from the band’s forthcoming box set, Feel Flows: The Sunflower and Surf’s Up Sessions 1969-1971, the release of which was recently pushed back from July 30 to August 27. The tracks, an a cappella version of “Surf’s Up” andRead More →