ABC/Eric McCandlessThe Godmother of soul, Patti LaBelle, is among the artists set to perform at the 59th Inaugural National Prayer Service on Thursday, January 21, the day after President-elect Joe Biden is sworn in as the 46th president.  The traditional prayer service dates back to the first inauguration for President George Washington.  HostedRead More →

Cleopatra RecordsA collection of previously unreleased recordings by Tommy Bolin from the sessions for the late rock guitar great’s second and final solo album, 1976’s Private Eyes, will be issued on February 12. The album, titled Shake the Devil: The Lost Sessions, features outtakes, demos and alternate versions and mixesRead More →

KMazur/WireImage for ChopardDespite their long-standing friendship, Rod Stewart and Elton John had a falling out a couple of years ago, with both of them sniping at each other in the press.  But now, Rod’s confirmed that he and Elton John have kissed and made up and are now “mates” again.Read More →

Courtesy of Biden Inaugural Committee Songs both current and classic by artists from a variety of genres are featured on the official inauguration playlist for the Joe Biden/Kamala Harris campaign. The 46-track playlist, now available on your favorite streaming service, was compiled by DJ D-Nice and Raedio, a record labelRead More →

Neil Mockford/GC ImagesWe’re a year into the COVID-19 pandemic and with the continued absence of live music, it seems like every artist under the sun has done some kind of virtual concert.  One holdout has been Cher, who says she’s now considering it — but there’s one issue she hasRead More →

Credit: Jay BlakesburgThe Grateful Dead‘s Bob Weir is among the celebrities scheduled to take part in the Clean Energy for America Inaugural Ball, a virtual event scheduled for Wednesday, January 20, celebrating the inauguration of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris as U.S. President and Vice President. The two-hour event, whichRead More →

Rodin Eckenroth/WireImageThe Supremes are about to celebrate a major milestone.  This Thursday, January 21, marks the 60th anniversary of the day the girl group was signed by Motown Records as The Primettes. Mary Wilson spoke to The Hollywood Reporter regarding the big 6-0 and reflected on the possibility of reuniting with her formerRead More →

Hachette BooksPeter Frampton continues to promote his memoir Do You Feel Like I Do?, which was published back in October. As previously reported, the book delves into Peter’s long career, from becoming a teen pop star in the U.K., through his tenure with blues rockers Humble Pie, to achieving rockRead More →

Credit: Desiree PrietoBee Gees legend Barry Gibb‘s new solo album, Greenfields: The Gibb Brothers’ Songbook (Vol. 1), has debuted at #1 on the U.K.’s Official Albums Chart. The album, which features country-flavored renditions of select classic Bee Gees tunes on which Barry collaborated with a variety of country and popRead More →

Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagicGeddy Lee has been rather quiet of late, but the founding Rush frontman has signed on to take part in a virtual fundraiser for Canada’s Vancouver Symphony Orchestra that will be streamed TheConcertHall.ca on February 18 starting at 6:30 p.m. PT. The event, dubbed “The Show Must Go On:Read More →