InsideOutMusic/Sony Music Yes is giving fans another taste of their upcoming album. The band, currently made up of Steve Howe, Geoff Downes, Jon Davison, Billy Sherwood and Jay Schellen, just released the new tune “All Connected,” the second single they’ve shared from their upcoming album, Mirror To The Sky, which drops May 19. “The initial idea came from a musicalRead More →

On This Day, April 26, 1978 … The concert documentary The Last Waltz, about The Band’s farewell concert, opened in theaters. The movie, directed by Martin Scorsese, focused on The Band’s Thanksgiving Day, November 25, 1976, show at the Winterland Ballroom in San Francisco, which was billed as their “farewell concert appearance.” TheRead More →

Gary Miller/Getty Images Lynyrd Skynyrd revealed in March they decided to go on following the death of guitarist and original member Gary Rossington, and Skynyrd guitarist Rickey Medlocke thinks it’s a decision that just makes sense for the band.  Medlocke tells ABC Audio that the band, management and the families of Gary, Johnny Van Zandt andRead More →

Gary Miller/Getty Images Frankie Goes to Hollywood is getting back together. The classic lineup — Holly Johnson, Brian Nash, Paul Rutherford, Mark O’Toole and Peter Gill — is reuniting to perform at the opening ceremony of the Eurovision Song Contest, their first time playing together in 36 years.  The band, best known for such ’80s hits as “Relax,” “TwoRead More →

Michael Putland/Getty Images While The Clash broke up in 1986, there were rumors of a possible reunion in the ’90s. But bassist Paul Simonon reveals in a new interview that it wasn’t something he really wanted to do. In fact, he could have made a lot of money if he just said yes, butRead More →

courtesy of Live Nation Before the tickets for U2’s Las Vegas residency have even gone on sale, the band is extending their stay in Sin City.  Noting that there have already been over 1 million requests for tickets, the Irish rockers just announced seven additional dates for U2: UV Achtung Baby Live AtRead More →

Rhino Little Feat is set to release remastered deluxe editions of two of their classic albums, 1972’s Sailin’ Shoes and 1973’s Dixie Chicken. The deluxe edition of Sailin’ Shoes will include previously unreleased outtakes from the album’s recording session, including alternative versions of “Cold Cold Cold,” “Apolitical Blues” and “Willin’.” There’s also a previously unreleased concertRead More →

Radius Book Group Grammy-winning songwriter/producer Desmond Child is ready to tell his story. Child, who has written hits for artists like Bon Jovi, KISS, Aerosmith, Katy Perry and Ricky Martin, is set to release his memoir, Livin’ On A Prayer: Big Songs Big Life, on September 19, featuring a forward by KISS’ Paul Stanley. “The process of writing the book hasRead More →

ABC/Gavin Bond Lionel Richie is extending his time in Las Vegas. The Rock & Roll Hall of Famer has just announced a new set of Las Vegas residency dates at the Encore Theater at the Wynn Las Vegas. He’s changing things up for fans, promising an all-new show, Lionel Richie: King of Hearts. The newRead More →

OBYN BECK/AFP via Getty Images The Gap Band has dropped their lawsuit against BMG. Back in January, the family of band members Ronnie J. Wilson and Robert Lynn Wilson sued the label, claiming they were owed back royalties from the Mark Ronson/Bruno Mars hit “Uptown Funk.” The band is credited as co-writers on the song because it samplesRead More →