Bryan Bedder/Getty Images for SeriousFun Children’s Network A new exhibit about John Mellencamp is set to open at the Woody Guthrie Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma, on November 30. The pocket exhibit will draw connections between Guthrie and Mellencamp, highlighting their many similarities.  “Most people might shortsightedly think of Mellencamp’s ‘Jack & Diane’ and mistakeRead More →

Alexi Rosenfeld/ Getty Images Elton John is a bi-coastal guy: Sunday night, he was rocking the crowd at LA’s Dodger Stadium on his Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour, and Tuesday night, he was singing in the middle of New York City’s Fifth Avenue. This holiday season, Elton’s partnered with famedRead More →

Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic Bonnie Raitt is set to help Brandi Carlile celebrate motherhood next May. The singer is one of several artists who have signed on for Brandi’s new Mothership Weekend festival, taking place May 12 to 14 aka Mother’s Day weekend, in Miramar Beach, Florida.  “This is a celebration of matriarchy through rockRead More →

Pete Still/Redferns Tuesday marked the 25th anniversary of the death of INXS frontman Michael Hutchence. The singer’s suicide at age 37 certainly came as a surprise to many, including his U.S. manager, Martha Troup, who says on the day of his death he was discussing his plans for the future.  “He wanted to start aRead More →

Astrida Valigorsky/Getty Images Van Morrison is ready to bring some Christmas cheer to his home city. The singer is set for two very special performances in Belfast, Ireland. The intimate “jazz club” shows, dubbed Life Ain’t No Dress Rehearsal, are set for December 4 and 5 at Belfast’s Europa Hotel. Morrison isRead More →

Javier Bragado/Redferns When you buy a ticket to a concert, you are expected to stay in the audience. A Black Crowes fan found that out the hard way. The band was playing a gig in Melbourne, Australia, when someone in the audience decided to crash the stage and wound up getting aRead More →

Brian Ach/Getty Images Journey’s Neal Schon is speaking out for the first time since it was revealed he is suing bandmate Jonathan Cain over their company Nomota’s finances, including an American Express card Cain took out.  “The only comment I’ll make at this time is it’s all very unfortunate and tried for overRead More →

Andreas Rentz/Getty Images Annie Lennox is spearheading a new fundraising effort to fight against gender bias. The newly inducted Rock & Roll Hall of Famer has just launched the Circle Music Icons Auction, with proceeds going to her non-profit The Circle. “Ahead of the global 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence, IRead More →

Julien’s Auctions Ringo Starr has always done his best to spread “peace and love,” and now, he’s found another way to do it. Starting Wednesday, the former Beatle is selling a collection of 500 life-sized sculptures of his “Peace and Love” hand symbol. Money raised from the sale will go to the Lotus Foundation, whichRead More →

ABC Men At Work’s “Down Under” may have come out in the ’80s but it’s still a huge hit, especially in Australia, and now the tune is being recognized for its success. The track has just been honored with APRA AMCOS’ Billions Award, handed out for achieving over one billion streams across allRead More →