ABC/Heidi Gutman Paul McCartney’s photo exhibit has found its next location. The rocker just announced that Paul McCartney Photographs 1963–64: Eyes of the Storm will debut at Knowledge Capitol Event Lab in Osaka, Japan, on Oct. 12 and run through Jan. 5.  Eyes of the Storm features more than 250 photographs takenRead More →

Photo credit: Manfred Becker REO Speedwagon is revisiting a classic live performance for a new release. The band is set to drop Live at Rockpalast 1979 on July 5, a two-CD and DVD set featuring a concert recorded Nov. 10, 1979, at the Markthalle in Hamburg, Germany.  The concert featuresRead More →

Rhino The 25th anniversary of Alanis Morissette’s fourth studio album Supposed Former Infatuation Junkie is being celebrated with a new reissue. Supposed Former Infatuation Junkie (Thank U Edition) will be released as a two-LP set with reimagined artwork on September 6. There will also be a crystal clear vinyl edition available at selectRead More →

ABC/Randy Holmes U2 has shared another remix of their latest single, “Atomic City,” this time by Dutch producer/DJ Tiësto The remix is the third new take on the song U2 has released. They previously shared remixes from David Guetta and Mike WiLL Made-It. You can listen to “Atomic City (Tiësto Remix)”Read More →

Scott Legato/Getty Images While Jeff Beck, Eric Clapton and Jimmy Page are often thought of as rock’s best guitarists, Ted Nugent has some differing opinions. In an interview with Forbes, The Nuge shares that he believes ZZ Top’s Billy Gibbons rivals the trio with his playing. “Even as subtle asRead More →

Gary Miller/Getty Images Daryl Hall’s latest solo album, D, is out now, and he tells Billboard it’s a “very personal” album. “The album is a complete thought,” he says, “and we organized the songs to go through a journey with it.” He adds, “We didn’t write the songs with that in mind,Read More →

On This Day, June 21, 1944… Raymond Douglas Davies, better known as Ray Davies, was born in Fortis Green, London. He and his brother Dave Davies, formed The Kinks in 1963, releasing their self-titled debut in 1964. The band went on to release 24 albums, including 1966’s Face to Face, 1970’s Lola Versus Powerman and more, withRead More →

Courtesy of HBO E Street Band guitarist Stevie Van Zandt is the subject of the new documentary Stevie Van Zandt: Disciple, premiering June 22 on HBO and streaming on Max. Of course, the film delves into his work with Bruce Springsteen, and Van Zandt tells ABC Audio that director Bill Teck gives fans some new insightRead More →

Al Pereira/Getty Images The Kinks’ Dave Davies is upset that someone is trying to auction off his Rock & Roll Hall of Fame statue. After seeing the listing, Davies took to social media to let people know that he did not approve of the sale. “Regarding ebay listing for my RRHOF award statueRead More →

Samir Hussein/WireImage Paul McCartney and Toto are among the artists set to play Mexico City’s Corona Capital Festival, happening Nov. 15-17. McCartney is set to headline the closing day of the festival, just days after the Mexico City stop of his Got Back tour, which is happening Nov. 12. Toto willRead More →