Sony Music EntertainmentWith the holiday season about to kick into full gear, a new animated video for Darlene Love‘s soulful yuletide classic “Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)” premiered today on her official YouTube channel. The clip follows a young Black girl as she walks home through a snowy neighborhood, accompaniedRead More →

Craft RecordingsThe release of the recently announced expanded version of George Thorogood and the Destroyers‘ Live in Boston, 1982 album, which originally hit stores in 2010, has been moved from December 4 to December 18. The reissue, titled Live in Boston, 1982: The Complete Concert, will be available as aRead More →

Courtesy of Record Store DayAfter enjoying their Thanksgiving feast this week, music fans can head to their local independent record shops to check out the limited-edition vinyl releases available for the 2020 edition of Record Store Day’s Black Friday sale. Among the discs that will be available are releases fromRead More →

ABC/Craig Sjodin; Getty Images for dcpElton John fans will be able to catch the pop-rock legend this week on contemporary U.K. pop star Dua Lipa’s upcoming Studio 2054 livestream concert event. “It’s my absolute pleasure and honor to announce Elton John will be joining me at Studio 2054 this Friday,”Read More →

BMGThe Kinks have debuted a new remastered stereo version of their classic hit, “Lola,” which will appear on the forthcoming deluxe 50th anniversary reissue of the legendary U.K. band’s 1970 studio album, Lola Versus Powerman and the Moneygoround, Part One, due out December 18. “Lola” originally was recorded in MayRead More →

LA Pop Art AC/DC has launched a new apparel line in collaboration with LA Pop Art, a company known for its “word art” designs. The fully licensed collection includes t-shirts, sweatshirts and tank tops, all branded with LA Pop Art’s take on AC/DC’s famous logo, which was “recreated…using the titlesRead More →

© Mary McCartneyPaul McCartney, who recently announced that he was pushing back the release of his new studio album, McCartney III, from December 11 to December 18 because of production delays, has now debuted a second trailer for the record on his official YouTube channel. The clip features a mixRead More →

Courtesy of The Rolling Stones/BravadoIn September, The Rolling Stones opened their first official retail store, RS No. 9 Carnaby, on Carnaby Street in London’s famous Soho district, and although the shop’s currently closed because of U.K. pandemic restrictions, you can now visit and make purchases from the store virtually. RSRead More →

ABC/Image Group LAMariah Carey is dispelling the rumors once and for all concerning her supposed rivalry with the late Whitney Houston. Speaking to supermodel Naomi Campbell Tuesday on No Filter, the “Fantasy” singer touched upon the time she and Houston lent their voices to The Prince of Egypt soundtrack.  Their duet, “When You Believe,” went on to win the 1999 Academy Award for BestRead More →

IFC FilmsIt’s David Bowie as you’ve probably never seen him before: The biopic Stardust, which is out today on streaming rental, shows the legendary rocker’s origins, and follows his first U.S. tour in 1971, as well as his creation of his glam alter ego Ziggy Stardust. British musician Johnny FlynnRead More →