Just reminder that the official music video for the rare 1974 Rolling Stones track “Scarlet,” which features contributions from Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page and late Traffic/Blind Faith bassist Rick Grech, premiered today at 2 p.m. ET on The Stones’ YouTube channel. The clip stars Irish actor Paul Mescal, whoRead More →

Courtesy of The Grateful DeadThe final weekly installment of The Grateful Dead‘s streaming concert series, “Shakedown Stream,” will premiere this Friday, August 7, at 8 p.m. ET on the band’s official YouTube channel. Prior to the event, founding Grateful Dead singer/guitarist Bob Weir will be on hand to participate inRead More →

Sony MusicBilly Ocean has released another advanced track from his forthcoming studio album, One World, which will hit stores on September 4. The new song, “We Gotta Find Love,” is the first track on the album and is available now as a digital single and via streaming services. “We GottaRead More →

MJ Kim/MPL CommunicationsBruce Springsteen garnered much acclaim for his Springsteen on Broadway show that took place at an intimate New York theater and ran from October 2017 to December 2018, but Paul McCartney says he isn’t interested in doing something similar. In a new interview that appears in the U.K.Read More →

Lorne Thomson/RedfernsDuncan Campbell, lead singer of U.K. reggae band UB40‘s current lineup, was hospitalized recently after suffering a stroke. The group posted a message on its official Facebook page that Campbell, 62, “is already up and about,” while asking fans “to respect Duncan and the Family’s privacy as he worksRead More →

Courtesy of Live Nation EntertainmentThe COVID-19 pandemic has poured some salt on Def Leppard‘s plans for the 20/20 Vision Tour, a joint fall U.S. trek with ZZ Top.  According to a message from both bands, the outing has been canceled “out of caution for our fans and crew.” The noteRead More →

Lisa TomasettiIn the ’70s, Helen Reddy topped the charts with hits like “I Am Woman,” “Angie Baby,” “You and Me Against the World,” “Delta Dawn,” “Ain’t No Way to Treat a Lady” and “Leave Me Alone (Ruby Red Dress).”  Now, her story is coming to the big screen. I AmRead More →

Credit: Bob FogertyJohn Fogerty has debuted yet another new video in the series of performance clips he’s been posting on his official YouTube channel during the COVID-19 pandemic featuring him playing various songs from his back catalog with three of his kids. The latest video features the founding Creedence ClearwaterRead More →

Courtesy of Rogers & CowanGeorge Thorogood recently established the Marla Thorogood Memorial Fund for Ovarian Cancer Research as a way to honor his late wife, Marla, who died of the disease last year. To raise money for the charity, the veteran rocker has launched a special fan promotion that willRead More →

Shout! FactoryAn archival concert film capturing The B-52s‘ full performance at the 1982 US Festival near San Bernardino, California, will be released on September 4 on DVD and digital platforms. The performance, which took place on the first day of the music extravaganza on September 3, 1982, featured the NewRead More →