Blue Élan RecordsFounding Yes frontman Jon Anderson‘s latest solo studio album, 1000 Hands, got its official label release on Friday. Anderson tells ABC Audio that a highlight of the star-studded project was having Yes guitarist Steve Howe play on one of the tracks, “Now and Again,” which ends the album.Read More →

Michael Hickey/Getty ImagesA variety of U.K. musicians, as well as several non-British artists including ex-Bon Jovi guitarist Richie Sambora and Chic‘s Nile Rodgers, have signed an open letter condemning racism and calling out the rest of the music industry to do the same. “We, representatives from the music industry, writeRead More →

Courtesy of Sony Music EntertainmentThe first-ever official music video for the 1974 Redbone hit “Come and Get Your Love” premiered today on the band’s official YouTube channel. “Come and Get Your Love” peaked at #5 on the Billboard Hot 100 back in ’74, making Redbone the first Native American bandRead More →

Credit: Kate IzorEx-Pink Floyd singer/bassist Roger Waters took part in an online performance special this past Sunday called Our Voices Together that was presented by the Newport Folk Festival to raise money for musicians who have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Waters’ contribution to the special was a black-and-whiteRead More →

Jeff Vespa/VF12/WireImageTony Bennett is celebrating his 94th birthday today. In honor of the occasion, some of his famous pals took to Twitter with heartfelt birthday wishes for the legendary crooner using the hashtag #TheBestIsYetToCome. Elton John posted a video message to Tony, pointing out that the phrase “the best isRead More →

ABC/CRAIG SJODINElton John‘s given his two sons a nice distraction during quarantine: a pair of adorable doggies. On Instagram, he posted a picture of two German Shepherd puppies, with the caption, “Introducing the newest members of the F[urnish]-J[ohn] Family.” Elton’s husband, David Furnish, posted a photo of the couple’s sonsRead More →

Credit: Edward CookeAn official music video for the rare 1974 Rolling Stones track “Scarlet,” which features contributions from Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page and late Traffic/Blind Faith bassist Rick Grech, will premiere this Thursday, August 6, at 2 p.m. ET on The Stones’ YouTube channel. Stones frontman Mick Jagger andRead More →

Wicked Cool RecordsThe Empty Hearts, the star-studded band that includes founding members of The Cars, Blondie and The Romantics, have released a fifth advance song from their forthcoming sophomore album, the aptly titled The Second Album, which will hit stores on August 28. The track, “Well, Look at You,” isRead More →

Thirty TigersHall & Oates member John Oates and his Americana side project The Good Road Band will release a new concert album, Live in Nashville, digitally and via streaming services on September 18. The album, which was recorded this past January at the legendary Nashville venue Station Inn, features OatesRead More →

Credit: Dove ShoreSheryl Crow has released a reimagined take on her 2012 B-side track, “Woman in the White House.” While the original song had a country twang, this new version contains rocking guitars and pounding drums. It also features some slight tweaks to the lyrics, though the straightforward chorus staysRead More →