Geffen Records The Rolling Stones are giving fans another way to enjoy Hackney Diamonds, their first album of new material in 18 years. The Rock & Roll Hall of Famers just announced they’ll be releasing Hackney Diamonds (Live Edition), featuring the original album, along with recordings of the seven songs they performed at the surpriseRead More →

Dave Benett/Getty Images for Elton John AIDS Foundation Elton John told U.K. politicians that the country could be the “first country in the world to defeat” AIDS, in a speech to Parliament on November 29. Elton was honored at a reception hosted by the All Party Parliamentary Group on HIV and AIDS forRead More →

Roberto Serra – Iguana Press/Getty Images You’d think that working for your dad you’d have job security, but that wasn’t the case for Harry Waters, son of Pink Floyd rocker Roger Waters. Harry tells Rolling Stone that despite playing keyboard and organ for his father for 14 years, he was let go when Roger began work on his 2017Read More →

Chris Walter/WireImage Despite making some of the most iconic videos ever, not many of Michael Jackson‘s music videos have actually managed to hit 1 billion views on YouTube. That said, the late King of Pop has just added a third video to his tally. MJ’s video for his 1983 #1 hit “Beat It”Read More →

Courtesy of Esquire Lenny Kravitz is featured in the winter issue of Esquire magazine, where he shares his thoughts on the controversial comments made by Rolling Stone co-founder and former editor-in-chief Jann Wenner, which many deemed racist and misogynistic.  While promoting his new book, The Masters, Wenner tried to explain why it didn’t include interviews with any BlackRead More →

Courtesy of The Rolling Stones The Rolling Stones have added some more dates to their upcoming Hackney Diamonds tour.  Not long after the presale for tickets launched, the band announced second dates in two cities: East Rutherford, New Jersey, and Chicago, Illinois.   In addition to the already announced show on May 23, The Stones willRead More →

A hearing regarding the legal dispute between Daryl Hall and John Oates is set for the morning of November 30 in Nashville. The hearing is to rule on the temporary injunction that Hall has requested against Oates. At issue, court documents say, is Oates’ plan to sell 100% of his interest in his andRead More →

Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Comedy Central Rush’s Geddy Lee reveals in a new interview that he and bandmate Alex Lifeson do plan to get together to work on some new music, but it won’t necessarily lead to the return of Rush. “If I say anything about working with Alex, people run to the conclusionRead More →

Tape Modern via BMG Duran Duran has dropped the video for “Black Moonlight,” one of the new tunes off their recently released album, Danse Macabre. The black and white clip, directed by Jonas Åkerlund, sees the band taking part in a séance. The footage is inspired by the album’s artwork. “Shooting ‘Black Moonlight’ was theRead More →

Lisa Lake/Getty Images Back in September, Aerosmith was forced to postpone their Peace Out farewell tour after Steven Tyler fractured his larynx. Well, now he’s giving fans a little update on his health. The good news is it seems Tyler is getting better. The rocker posted a picture on Instagram of him in the studio wearing headphones, writing, “THROATSRead More →