Capitol/UMe Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band‘s classic, long-out-of-print 1976 concert album, ‘Live’ Bullet, will be reissued on vinyl on June 11 in celebration of its 45th anniversary. The album will be available as a two-LP set in standard black vinyl and limited-edition translucent-orange-and-red-swirl vinyl. The colored-vinyl version ofRead More →

UMe Peter Frampton‘s latest studio album, an instrumental covers collection cleverly called Frampton Forgets the Words, gets its release today. The guitar whiz recorded the album in early 2019 with his current touring band. Among the 10 tracks are vocal-free versions of songs by David Bowie, George Harrison, Lenny Kravitz,Read More →

Courtesy of Rick Allen Def Leppard drummer Rick Allen will attend exhibitions of his artwork at three Wentworth Gallery locations next month in South Florida. The events will mark Allen’s first public appearances since the start of the COVID-19 lockdown. Rick’s Florida gallery visits will take place in Fort LauderdaleRead More →

Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for Gabrielle’s Angel Foundation Keanu Reeves may “pop in” for Boy George‘s forthcoming biopic Karma Chameleon — at least that’s what the Culture Club singer hinted at Tuesday on social media. While announcing the biopic in a video posted to his Instagram and Twitter pages, George alsoRead More →

Courtesy of The Royal Mint Elton John has teamed with the U.K.’s Royal Mint to create a one-of-a-kind collectible for charity, and you can bid on it now. The Mint has created a hand-engraved, gold-plated silver medallion featuring the titles of Elton’s biggest hits and his signature on one side,Read More →

Courtesy of Abramorama Led Zeppelin‘s Robert Plant and Simple Minds‘ Jim Kerr and Charlie Burchill are among the many rock musicians interviewed in a new documentary called Rockfield: The Studio on the Farm, which focuses on a famous recording facility located on a farm in the Welsh countryside. Founded 50Read More →

Courtesy of GRAMMY Museum Mississippi In another installment of the “this will make you feel old” series, MTV marks its 40th anniversary on August 1 of this year, and the milestone will be celebrated with an exhibition at the GRAMMY Museum Mississippi in Cleveland, Mississippi. MTV Turns Forty: I StillRead More →

Scott Campbell/Redferns via Getty Images Les McKeown, original lead singer of 1970s Scottish pop-rock idols The Bay City Rollers died Tuesday, April 20, according to a message posted by his family on his Twitter feed. He was 65. “It is with profound sadness that we announce the death of ourRead More →

Courtesy of nugs.net Here’s a reminder that a brand-new installment of the Classic Albums documentary series focused on The Who‘s 1967 studio album The Who Sell Out will be streamed for free starting today for a limited time on nugs.net, the nugs.net YouTube channel and the band’s YouTube channel. TheRead More →

BMG/nugs.net The film documenting the star-studded London concert that Mick Fleetwood organized last year celebrating Fleetwood Mac‘s early music and the group’s original frontman, guitarist Peter Green, premieres this Saturday, April 24, at nugs.net. Fleetwood tells ABC Audio that he’d tried to put together a Green tribute for years, andRead More →