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:
Dante MarshallOn Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Stevie Wonder has posted an emotional video message reciting an open letter to the late civil rights leader commenting on the continued racial troubles plaguing the U.S., particularly in light of the recent storming of the Capitol by supporters of outgoing President Trump.
Credit: Kate IzorRoger Waters has re-teamed with his Us + Them tour backing band for another remote performance video: a rendition of “The Gunner’s War.” The track is an anti-war-themed song from Pink Floyd‘s 1983 album The Final Cut, which Roger posted to coincide with Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Courtesy of Ocean Spray Now here he goes again: Nathan Apodaca has just landed a very presidential gig, thanks to his fame as the “Dreams” TikTok skateboard guy. Nathan’s video of himself chugging Ocean Spray juice and cruising on his skateboard while lip-syncing to the Fleetwood Mac classic sent “Dreams”
A&M/UMeSting‘s third solo album, The Soul Cages, was released 30 years ago this week, and to mark the milestone anniversary, the former Police frontman has issued an expanded digital-only version of the record. Originally released in January 1991, The Soul Cages peaked at #2 on the Billboard 200 and at
DSDK ProductionsFounding Buffalo Springfield and Poco singer/guitarist Richie Furay has unveiled plans to release a new live album and concert video titled 50th Anniversary Return to the Troubadour on April 2. The album and video, which will be available as a two-CD set and on DVD, document a special show
Mailboat RecordsSammy Hagar and his band The Circle have premiered an official music video for their cover of David Bowie‘s classic “Heroes,” which is featured on their recently released album Lockdown 2020. The clip features remotely shot footage of Hagar and his Circle band mates — bassist Michael Anthony, drummer
Al Seib-Pool/Getty ImagesPhil Spector, the famed music producer who was later convicted of murder, has died, the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation confirmed. He was 81. Officials said he died of natural causes Saturday at an outside hospital. Back in 2003, Spector was convicted of murdering actress Lana Clarkson.
Cleopatra RecordsRick Springfield lends his talents to the latest in a series of digital singles pairing Badfinger guitarist Joe Molland with various pop and rock musicians on new versions of songs by the famed U.K. power-pop band. The new track, which is available now, is an updated rendition of “Love
Warner MusicFifty years ago this Saturday, January 16, rock fans got their first taste of that little ol’ band from Texas, ZZ Top, when the trio — singer/guitarist Billy Gibbons, bassist/singer Dusty Hill and drummer Frank Beard — released its debut album. The record, which was aptly titled ZZ Top’s