Mike Garten/Good Housekeeping When you’re a kid and you’re not allowed to listen to “forbidden” music, you get creative — which is how Pete Davidson says he inadvertently became a Rod Stewart fan. The comedian and Edie Falco, the co-star of his new Peacock series Bupkis, appear on the cover of a limited-edition Mother’s Day issue of GoodRead More →

Tommaso Boddi/Getty Images for Janie’s Fund Is Aerosmith getting ready to say goodbye to the road? That’s the speculation after the band’s logo started popping up at venues, along with the words “Peace Out.”  As previously reported, Aerosmith is counting down to a big announcement that is coming Monday at 10 a.m. ET,Read More →

Mercury Studios Music fans are getting their first look at a new documentary about Pink Floyd’s Syd Barrett. A new trailer has just dropped for the film, Have You Got It Yet?, directed by award-winning filmmaker Roddy Bogawa and the late album cover designer Storm Thorgerson, known for his work with Floyd, Led Zeppelin and others. The doc is narrated by Harry Potter actor JasonRead More →

Harper Wave After telling her story live onstage during her off-Broadway show My Window: A Journey Through Life, Melissa Etheridge has now put it all down in print. Her new book Talking to My Angels arrives September 5, 20 years after her first book, the New York Times bestseller The Truth Is: My Life in Love and Music. This follow-upRead More →

Courtesy of Blackbird Presents Over the weekend, Willie Nelson performed at Stephen Stills’ Light Up The Blues autism benefit in Los Angeles, and now it seems Stills is returning the favor. The Rock & Roll Hall of Famer is one of several artists added to this weekend’s two-night concert event celebrating Nelson’s 90thRead More →

BMG/Dark Horse Records King Charles III’s coronation is happening May 6, and Yusuf/Cat Stevens is sending a message to the monarch with the just-released new tune “King of a Land.” It’s the title track of Yusuf/Stevens’ new album, which drops June 16.  “One of the privileges of being an artist is to expressRead More →

Jeremychanphotography/Getty Images Billy Joel likes to have fun with the set lists for his Madison Square Garden residency, and he pulled out a deep cut at his show April 25, performing the track “Los Angelenos” for the first time in 42 years. “We never do this song,” Joel told the New York audience,Read More →

Courtesy of Sotheby’s The public is about to get a good look at Freddie Mercury’s London home, Garden Lodge, which has remained practically unchanged in the past 30 years. Sotheby’s is hosting a series of exhibitions, dubbed Freddie Mercury: A World of His Own, giving fans a peek inside the Queen frontman’s estate. HighlightsRead More →

InsideOutMusic/Sony Music Yes is giving fans another taste of their upcoming album. The band, currently made up of Steve Howe, Geoff Downes, Jon Davison, Billy Sherwood and Jay Schellen, just released the new tune “All Connected,” the second single they’ve shared from their upcoming album, Mirror To The Sky, which drops May 19. “The initial idea came from a musicalRead More →

On This Day, April 26, 1978 … The concert documentary The Last Waltz, about The Band’s farewell concert, opened in theaters. The movie, directed by Martin Scorsese, focused on The Band’s Thanksgiving Day, November 25, 1976, show at the Winterland Ballroom in San Francisco, which was billed as their “farewell concert appearance.” TheRead More →