InsideOut Music Former Genesis guitarist Steve Hackett has shared another track from his upcoming album, The Circus and the Nightwhale, which will be released February 16. The latest is “Circo Inferno.” Hackett describes it as “the most frenzied point in this album’s narrative,” which includes “insistent sax, full on vocals and blistering guitar.”  You can listen toRead More →

On This Day, February 7, 1970… Led Zeppelin scored their first U.K. #1 with their second studio album, Led Zeppelin II. The album, produced by guitarist Jimmy Page, featured such Zeppelin classics as “Whole Lotta Love,” “Thank You” and “Ramble On.” The album spent one week in the top spot, but remained inRead More →

Image: God’s Love We Deliver Former Eagles guitarist Don Felder and Chic’s Nile Rodgers are among the artists set to perform at the eighth annual Love Rocks NYC concert, taking place Thursday, March 7, at the Beacon Theatre in New York City. The concert, a benefit for the nonprofit God’s Love We Deliver, which delivers meals to people who areRead More →

Rhino The Eagles are looking back at their career with a new box set. The Rock & Roll Hall of Famers will release To The Limit: The Essential Collection on April 12. It features 51 tunes, including some of the Eagles’ greatest hits, like “Hotel California,” “New Kid in Town” and “Heartache Tonight,” and fan favoriteRead More →

Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for RS The Grammy Awards on Sunday, February 4, featured some standout performances, but if producers had their way there would have been another huge act in the lineup. In an interview with Rolling Stone, Grammy executive producer Ben Winston reveals that while Dua Lipa opened the show, they initially wanted The RollingRead More →

NPG Records/Warner Records A stage adaptation of Prince’s Purple Rain is expected to wind up on Broadway, but before it hits the Great White Way, it will make its debut in Prince’s hometown of Minneapolis, Minnesota. The musical’s pre-Broadway premiere is expected to take place in the spring of 2025, at Minneapolis’ historicRead More →

Amy Sussman/Getty Images Sammy Hagar is fighting to close down an unauthorized franchise of his Cabo Wabo Cantina restaurant in Hollywood, California. Lawyers for the former Van Halen frontman’s company, Red Head Inc., filed a lawsuit in January claiming franchisee Robert Azinian opened a new Cabo Wabo location in December 2023, despite having his licenseeRead More →

Amy Sussman/FilmMagic Bonnie Raitt has extended her 2024 tour into the fall. The Rock & Roll Hall of Famer just added over 30 new dates to her Just Like That… tour, with the fall leg kicking off September 6 in Prescott Valley, Arizona. The tour, featuring special guest James Hunter, includes multiple nights in Oakland,Read More →

courtesy of Universal Attractions Agency UB40 is heading back to the States for another tour this year. The band just announced dates for their summer Red Red Wine tour, kicking off July 2 in New York City, with dates confirmed through August 11 in Melbourne, Florida, and more shows to be added.Read More →

Rhino Deep Purple is celebrating their classic album Machine Head with the release of a new Super Deluxe Edition, dropping March 29. The set features new stereo and Dolby Atmos mixes of the 1972 original album, courtesy of Dweezil Zappa. There’s also the 1974 quadrophonic mix and a new 2024 remaster of the original album.Read More →