Atlantic Recording Company, A Warner Music Group Company March 28 marks the 50th anniversary of the release of Led Zeppelin’s iconic album Houses of the Holy, the band’s fifth studio album and the first to not feature an eponymous title. Houses of the Holy featured such Zeppelin classics as “The Song Remains the Same,”Read More →

Bryan Steffy/Getty Images for Keep Memory Alive Sammy Hagar & The Circle are coming to Las Vegas. The band is set to play the Pearl at the Palms Hotel on July 15, with The Circle made up of former Van Halen bassist Michael Anthony, guitarist Vic Johnson and drummer Jason Bonham.  Hagar tells the Las Vegas Review-Journal that fans whoRead More →

Ross Halfin Def Leppard is back with the fourth installment in their tour diary, sharing behind-the-scenes footage of their shows in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and Hollywood, Florida. “This is the last South American show, Buenos Aires, Argentina,” frontman Joe Elliott says in the clip. “It’s been a blast. Absolute blast.”  Before the Buenos AiresRead More →

Daniel Knighton/Getty Images David Lee Roth made his return to performing last week, taking the stage at a private corporate event in Las Vegas. According to Consequence, the former Van Halen frontman joined the all-star cover band Royal Machines at a party for Home Depot at the Michelob Ultra Arena at the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino,Read More →

ABC/Eric McCandless Sunday night’s American Idol featured a Rock & Roll Hall of Famer, and we’re not talking about judge Lionel Richie. In case you missed it, contestant Kaya Stewart came out to audition with an original song and got some help from her father, Eurythmics star Dave Stewart, on guitar. The pair performed “This Tattoo,” a songRead More →

Jim Spellman/WireImage Talking Heads’ Tina Weymouth is sharing her feelings about the band’s former frontman, David Byrne. “I recently described David Byrne as Trumpian, which didn’t go down well with everybody,” Weymouth shares with the U.K. Sunday Times. “What I meant was that, from my experience, everything with David is transactional – he will useRead More →

On This Day, March 27, 1987 … U2 filmed the video for “Where the Streets Have No Name,” the third single off their album The Joshua Tree. Inspired by The Beatles’ 1969 rooftop concert, U2 took to the roof of a downtown Los Angeles liquor store to perform the song.  The production attracted more thanRead More →

Island Records/Interscope U2 has another top 10 hit. The band’s latest release, Songs of Surrender, debuts at five on the Billboard 200 Albums chart this week. The Irish rockers moved 46,500 equivalent album units of Songs of Surrender to land their 13th top 10 record.   With the new chart placement, U2 is now the fourth group to chartRead More →

Courtesy Live Nation Madonna is taking a stand against anti-LGBTQ+ legislation in Tennessee and other states. The Queen of Pop has announced an additional concert on her upcoming Celebration Tour: She’ll perform in Nashville on December 22. A portion of the proceeds from the show will go to trans rightsRead More →

from left to right: Pat Simmons, Tom Johnston, Michael McDonald, John McFee. Photo by Clay Patrick McBride The Doobie Brothers resume their 50th anniversary tour this week, and guitarist and co-founder Tom Johnston says the most important thing about the shows is the people who come to see them. “The thing that keepsRead More →