Scott Dudelson/Getty Images Brett Tuggle, a veteran keyboardist who toured with the David Lee Roth Band, Fleetwood Mac, Rick Springfield and many other artists, died on Sunday, June 19, “from complications related to cancer,” Rolling Stone reports. He was 70. “Our sweet Brett Tuggle made it home tonight,” tweeted Springfield,Read More →

For the first time in 14 years, Billy Joel is going Down Under. The Piano Man has announced that he’ll be performing a one-night-only show on December 10 at Melbourne Cricket Ground in Melbourne, Australia. Tickets go on sale on July 4 via The venue holds 95,000 people. InRead More →

Dave J Hogan/Dave J Hogan/Getty Images After postponing two concerts because frontman Mick Jagger recently tested positive for COVID-19, The Rolling Stones are ready to relaunch their SIXTY tour on Tuesday in Milan, Italy. Jagger has posted a video message on his Twitter feed in which he tells fans, “ThanksRead More →

Harmony Gerber/WireImage Brian Wilson was born 80 years ago today, and in celebration of the milestone birthday, special messages from some of the Beach Boys legend’s famous musical friends, fans and associates have been compiled in a video’s that been posted on Wilson’s official YouTube channel. Among the many starsRead More →

Elton John is the latest legend to get in on the NFT craze for charity. NFTs, or non-fungible tokens, are unique pieces of digital artwork that many artists have been either creating themselves, or commissioning, and then selling to fans. Elton has teamed with LGBTQ+ artist Voxel Bunny to createRead More →

Bobby Bank/Getty Images The Zombies have revealed that their two main members — co-founding singer Colin Blunstone and keyboardist Rod Argent — both contracted the COVID-19 virus about three weeks ago. The band has since decided to cancel the first two dates of its new North American summer tour. TheRead More →

Daniel Knighton/Getty Images Here’s sending out good vibrations to founding Beach Boys singer and songwriter Brian Wilson, who celebrates his 80th birthday today (June 20). Wilson wrote the music to nearly all of his famous band’s best-known songs, from the Southern California group’s early surf-rock classics to their complex, multilayeredRead More →

ABC/Eric McCandless A new Def Leppard coffee-table book titled Definitely: The Official Story of Def Leppard is expected to be released in the coming months by Genesis Publications. According to a synopsis posted at, the book will offer “the most personal and comprehensive record of Def Leppard’s history toRead More →

BMG/Renew Records Former Steely Dan and Doobie Brothers guitarist Jeff “Skunk” Baxter released his first solo album, Speed of Heat, Friday. The 12-track collection features a mix of original tunes and select covers. Among the latter are versions of the Steely Dan classics “My Old School” and “Do It Again,”Read More →

Courtesy of Hollywood Walk of Fame Sheila E. and Lenny Kravitz are among the latest list of celebrities who will be honored with stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, it was announced Friday. The “Glamorous Life” singer/percussionist and the “Are You Gonna Go My Way” rocker are part ofRead More →