Samir Hussein/WireImage Paul McCartney, arguably the most famous and influential rock artist on the planet, celebrates his 80th birthday this Saturday, January 18. McCartney, of course, is known first and foremost for being a member of The Beatles, along with the late John Lennon, the late George Harrison and RingoRead More →

Denise Truscello/Getty Images for Caesars Entertainment Sting will take part in the 2022 edition of Climate Action Live, an international event that’s being organized by the Peace One Day organization to promote positive action to help the environment. The event will bring together musicians, actors, environmental activists, business leaders andRead More →

Daniel Knighton/Getty Images As Christine McVie prepares to release her first solo compilation, Songbird (A Solo Collection), on June 24, the Fleetwood Mac singer/keyboardist has shared some potentially disappointing news regarding her famous band with Rolling Stone. Fleetwood Mac finished its most recent tour in 2019, with a lineup thatRead More →

Warner Music Just in time for Father’s Day, Rod Stewart is paying tribute to his late father, Robert, with a video and a concert. Rod has dropped two teaser videos for “Touchline” from his most recent album, The Tears of Hercules. The song is about his father and, specifically, aboutRead More →

Kevin Winter/Getty Images Ringo Starr‘s All Starr Band recently postponed the last 12 concerts of the first leg of their 2022 North American tour after two members of the group — Edgar Winter and Steve Lukather — tested positive for COVID-19. Now all of those shows have been rescheduled. The newRead More →

Courtesy of Songwriters Hall of Fame Mariah Carey will soon have her name added to the Songwriters Hall of Fame. Ahead of the ceremony, the hitmaker sweetly thanked fans for the honor. Taking to her Instagram story, Mariah wrote, “I’ve always considered myself a songwriter first. It’s my favorite part of creatingRead More →

Courtesy of Live Nation Def Leppard has certainly been waiting ages to rock on The Stadium Tour. The much-anticipated run — which also features the reunited Mötley Crüe, Poison and Joan Jett & the Blackhearts on the bill — will finally kick off Thursday in Atlanta after a two-year pandemicRead More →

Parlophone Records Fifty years ago today, on June 16, 1972, David Bowie released his classic fifth studio album, The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars, one of the defining recordings of the glam-rock era. The record was a loose concept album focusing Ziggy Stardust, aRead More →

BMG/Renew Records Country-rock pioneer Richie Furay, a founding member of both Buffalo Springfield and Poco, has released his new cover of Marc Cohn‘s 1991 hit “Walking in Memphis” as an advance track from his upcoming covers album, In the Country. The song is available now via digital formats, and FurayRead More →

Warner Records The new Everly Brothers compilation Hey Doll Baby gets its release this Friday, June 17. To celebrate that album’s arrival, a star-studded streaming concert event will premiere this Sunday, Father’s Day, at 4 p.m. ET on the famed duo’s official YouTube channel. The event, dubbed “Hey Doll Baby Festival:Read More →