Swan Song/Rhino Entertainment On May 24, 1974, Bad Company, the English supergroup made up of former Free members Paul Rodgers and Simon Kirke, former Mott The Hoople guitarist Mick Ralphs and former King Crimson bassist Boz Burrell, released their self-titled debut album, which turned out to be a huge hit. TheRead More →

Mike Lewis Photography/Redferns Bruce Springsteen was celebrated in London on Thursday, being honored as an Academy Fellow of The Ivors Academy. He’s the first international songwriter to receive the honor by the U.K. organization, which presents The Ivor Novello Awards, celebrating excellence in British and Irish songwriting. According to The Standard, The Beatles‘ Paul McCartney wasRead More →

Mercury Studios The recent documentary about former Pink Floyd member Syd Barrett, Have You Got It Yet?: The Story of Syd Barrett and Pink Floyd, will be released on DVD and Bu-ray, as well as digitally and on demand, on July 19. The film, which was originally released in June 2023, was directedRead More →

Terry Wyatt/Getty Images Foreigner is giving their fans a chance to win a custom Harley Davidson motorcycle, and it’s all for a good cause.  The band is selling a custom Ticket To Ride T-Shirt, with 100% of the proceeds going to Shriners Children’s Hospitals. Each T-shirt purchased comes with a chance to winRead More →

ABC/Heidi Gutman Bon Jovi is the subject of a new Rock & Roll Hall of Fame exhibit set to open June 8, one day after the band’s new record, FOREVER, comes out. The Bon Jovi Forever exhibit will cover an entire floor of the museum, giving fans an overview ofRead More →

Jason LaVeris/FilmMagic Van Halen drummer and co-founder Alex Van Halen is getting ready to part with instruments from his personal collection. Backstage Auctions just announced a new auction of The Alex Van Halen Collection, featuring over 350 lots filled with drum kits, snare drums, kick drums, cymbals, sticks, mallets and more. ThoseRead More →

Courtesy of The Rolling Stones The Rolling Stones have just expanded their Hackney Diamonds tour by one show. The Rock & Roll Hall of Famers added an additional stop at Thunder Ridge Nature Arena in Ridgedale, Missouri, on July 21, which is now the final stop on the U.S. tour.  ThunderRead More →

Rhino Van Halen’s ninth studio album, For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge, their third with frontman Sammy Hagar, is getting an expanded reissue from Rhino this summer.  The reissue, dropping July 12, will include the remastered original album, along with an album of rarities and live tracks, including previously unreleased alternative versions ofRead More →

On This Day, May 23, 1978 … Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band kicked off their Darkness tour at Shea’s in Buffalo, New York.  The tour, in support of Springsteen’s fourth studio album, Darkness on the Edge of Town, included a three-night stand at the Palladium in New York City. ItRead More →

Roxie Records/BMG Lenny Kravitz is back with a brand new album, Blue Electric Light, dropping Friday, and he tells ABC Audio that the songs on the record came to him “organically.” “I’m always inspired, it’s just a matter of what is it going to be,” he says. “I don’t have anyRead More →