ABC/Randy Holmes U2 continues their recently launched digital series, U2 To Love and Only Love – Deep Dives and B-Sides, with the fourth installment dedicated to the track “Please,” from their ninth studio album, Pop. The series consists of 12 newly remastered collections, released throughout the year, which are made up of songs thatRead More →

ABC/Heidi Gutman Sir Paul McCartney has once again made The Sunday Times’ Rich List — and passed a new milestone in the process.  McCartney is one of 350 individuals and families to make the list, and this year he became the first U.K. musician to be crowned a billionaire.  Paul and hisRead More →

Cher and son Elijah in 2001; Ron Galella/Ron Galella Collection via Getty Images After a legal battle over whether or not Cher‘s son Elijah Blue Allman should be placed in a conservatorship, Cher and Elijah have agreed to settle the matter privately. According to court documents obtained by ABC News, Cher andRead More →

ABKCO Music & Records Fans of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame band The Animals can now enjoy their music in Dolby Atmos. Dolby Atmos mixes of five of the band’s albums — 1964’s The Animals, 1965’s The Animals on Tour, 1965’s Animal Tracks, 1966’s Animalization and the 2004 collection The AnimalsRead More →

Dave Benett/Getty Images for Victoria & Albert Museum More than 300 images from Elton John and his husband David Furnish‘s extensive photography collection are currently on display at London’s Victoria & Albert Museum. Elton is one of the world’s foremost collectors of photography, but says there’s one kind he hatesRead More →

Photo by Jason Powell Back in March, Styx bassist Ricky Phillips announced he would be taking a break from the band. Now, we know who will be taking his place. Styx just announced that Terry Gowan, the brother of the band’s current keyboardist and vocalist Lawrence Gowan, has landed the job. In a statement, Terry saysRead More →

Daniel Knighton/FilmMagic John Oates is sharing his side of the story over his legal battle with longtime creative partner Daryl Hall. Last year, Hall filed a lawsuit against Oates alleging Oates attempted to sell his share of their jointly owned company, Whole Oats Enterprises, without Hall’s permission. During an interviewRead More →

Reprise Records Neil Young & Crazy Horse are reaching way back in their musical history for a new compilation album.  Young and his band are set to release Early Daze on June 28, featuring some of their earliest recordings from when Crazy Horse was made up of Danny Whitten, Ralph Molina, Billy Talbot and Jack Nitzsche. Read More →

Courtesy Sphere Entertainment Dead & Company launched their much anticipated Dead Forever residency at the Sphere Las Vegas Thursday, May 16, treating their fans to a set of favorites, accompanied by spectacular images that engulfed the venue.  The band made good use of the Sphere’s wraparound LED screens, which as theRead More →

On This Day May 17, 1989… After breaking up in 1982, The Doobie Brothers reunited to release their 10th studio album, Cycles. The album featured most of the 1972-1974 lineup, with Tom Johnston, John Hartman and Michael Hossack rejoining the band for the first time since 1977, 1979 and 1974, respectively. The first single from the record,Read More →