ABC The Cyndi Lauper documentary, Let the Canary Sing, will make its streaming service debut on Paramount+ on June 4. Directed by Alison Ellwood, the documentary had its premiere last June at the Tribeca Festival. According to the description, the film follows Cyndi’s “meteoric ascent to stardom and her profound impact on generationsRead More →

Jim Arbogast/Getty Images The late AC/DC frontman Bon Scott is being celebrated with an honorary coin in Australia. The Perth Mint recently unveiled the Bon Scott coin, made of 99.99% pure silver, with a colored image of Bon Scott wearing a cut off vest on one side. Next to the image is “BonRead More →

Kevin Mazur/WireImage for Rock and Roll Hall of Fame It’s been a while since Journey fans have heard Steve Perry sing one of their songs, but now, they are getting their chance.  The Rock & Roll Hall of Famer appears on the just-released cover of the Journey Raised on Radio trackRead More →

On This Day, May 7, 1977… The Eagles hit #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 with “Hotel California,” the title track from their fifth studio album, which also went to #1 on the Billboard Album chart. The tune was the band’s fourth #1 single, following “Best of My Love,” “OneRead More →

Courtesy of Disney+ The Beatles’ 1970 documentary Let It Be premieres May 8 on Disney+ and the studio is giving fans another preview of what to expect from the newly restored film. A new clip has just been released centered around the George Harrison track “For You Blue,” featuring footage from the studio and onRead More →

BG017/Bauer-Griffin/GC Images David Lee Roth appears to have gotten some inspiration from LL Cool J for his latest video. The rocker just shared a new video titled “back to cali..,” a spoken word track that has him sharing his take on LL’s classic 1988 single “Going Back to Cali.” “Don’t harsh my mellow. I’mRead More →

Scott Legato/Getty Images Van Halen was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 2007, and not only did the band not perform, few of the group members attended — and bassist Michael Anthony still seems upset about it. “Sammy (Hagar) and I were the only two from theRead More →

Josh Brasted/WireImage The late Jimmy Buffett was celebrated on the final night of New Orleans Jazz Fest Sunday, May 5, with a set by his band, The Coral Reefer Band, who performed lots of his classic hits. According to setlist.fm, the set kicked off with Buffett’s Alan Jackson collaboration, “It’s Five O’ClockRead More →

Courtesy of The Doobie Brothers The Doobie Brothers are taking their tour up north. The Rock & Roll Hall of Famers — consisting of Tom Johnston, Michael McDonald, Pat Simmons and John McFee — have announced a Canadian leg of their 2024 tour, consisting of six shows, kicking off October 8Read More →

ABC/Heidi Gutman Paul McCartney has responded to one of his biggest fans from 60 years ago. To help promote his photography exhibit, Paul McCartney Photographs 1963-64: Eyes of the Storm, opening at the Brooklyn Museum, McCartney responded to a viral clip of a young fan named Adrienne, in which she says, “andRead More →