Credit: Rob FennWith Halloween taking place this Saturday, the spookiest of all rock stars, Alice Cooper, has revealed his two all-time favorite scary movies, and they may surprise you. The legendary shock rocker told ABC Audio that his first choice is the stylistically striking 1977 supernatural horror film Suspiria, byRead More →

Michael Ochs Archives/Getty ImagesOn a Saturday night this December, you can relive Saturday Night Fever by watching a new documentary on The Bee Gees. The Bee Gees: How Can You Mend a Broken Heart, directed by Frank Marshall, will debut on HBO and HBO Max on Saturday, December 12 atRead More →

Courtesy of Hit ParaderAlice Cooperis among the artists who will serve as judges for No Cover, an upcoming music competition show searching for “the world’s next greatest unsigned original artist.” As the show’s title suggests, No Cover will focus on unknown bands performing original songs. The winner will earn a recordingRead More →

Shakey Pictures RecordsAt the age of 78, Neil Young‘s older brother Bob is following in his famous sibling’s footsteps. Bob has just released his debut song, a shambling, politically minded folk anthem titled “Hey America,” which he recorded with his band Young Bob and the Peterboroughs and features Neil onRead More →

ABC/CRAIG SJODINSoon, Fleetwood Mac‘s “Dreams” may not be the only number-one hit of the ’70s to go viral on TikTok — not if Elton John has anything to say about it. In honor of Halloween, the music legend has created his own TikTok video in which he lip-syncs to hisRead More →

Rich Fury/Getty ImagesHas Mick Jagger just given fans a preview of a new Rolling Stones song? The famous frontman has posted a video clip of him singing a new, unidentified tune that’s apparently called “Pride Before a Fall” on his social media pages. The video shows Jagger belting out theRead More →

Warner RecordsThree years after his death, Tom Petty has reached #1 on Billboard‘s Top Rock Albums chart with the reissue of his 1994 solo album Wildflowers. The expanded collection notched 44,000 equivalent album units, 38,000 from album sales, during its first week of release, according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data. WildflowersRead More →

Adam Scheirman/Courtesy of Foreigner With Election Day taking placed this coming Tuesday, Foreigner has joined the ranks of music artists that are encouraging people to exercise their right to vote. Hoping to inspire first-time voters to head to the polls, three mask-wearing members of the band’s current lineup — singerRead More →

Credit: Myriam SantosJohn Fogerty has had it with President Donald Trump using his music at campaign stops without permission, so he’s joined TikTok to issue one final message. The Creedence Clearwater Revival founder has already sent President Trump a “cease and desist” letter to stop playing his single “Fortunate Son” at his rallies, whichRead More →

Credit: Amy GranthamLast week, Graham Nash released a new song called “Vote,” along with a companion video, that he hopes will inspire people to participate in the upcoming election and, inevitably, lead to a change in the current administration. Nash tells ABC Audio that he began writing the song atRead More →