© Mary McCartneyPaul McCartney has just released his latest studio album, McCartney III, which he recorded mostly by himself while in lockdown at his Sussex, U.K., residence. In a new video interview with Apple Music’s Zane Lowe, McCartney admits that making the album was a therapeutic experience. “[T]here was aRead More →

Han Myung-Gu/WireImageU2 frontman Bono is among the major stars who’ll be a part of Sing 2, the upcoming sequel to the hit animated 2016 film Sing. The movie follows the animals from the first film as they hatch a plan to perform at the entertainment world’s most prestigious venue. BonoRead More →

Scott Legato/FilmMagicWhile Jon Bon Jovi has intimated that Richie Sambora left Bon Jovi in 2013 because he couldn’t “get it together,” Richie is now telling People magazine that he simply couldn’t stay because of the single most important thing in his life: his daughter Ava. “It wasn’t a popular decisionRead More →

Courtesy of TwitterDionne Warwick definitely has got Twitter game — good enough to be posted on a billboard near you. On Monday, one of the music icon’s viral tweets will be displayed on a billboard in Bryant Park in New York. Written on December 11, Warwick’s tweet — “Please don’t bring that foulnessRead More →

Chad Stuart and Jeremy Clyde in 2014; Bobby Bank/WireImageChad Stuart, one half of the hitmaking 1960s British folk-pop act Chad and Jeremy, has died at age 79. Stuart’s passing was announced Sunday on the duo’s official Facebook page. “We are deeply saddened to announce the passing of Chad Stuart, aRead More →

Courtesy of the Recording AcademyThe recordings that have been chosen for induction into the Grammy Hall of Fame next year have been announced and the 2021 honorees include albums and/or songs by Bruce Springsteen, Journey, The Cars, Peter Gabriel, Linda Ronstadt, Kenny Rogers, Village People, Joe Cocker and Isaac Hayes.Read More →

© Paul McCartney/Photographer: Linda McCartneyThe Beatles and director Peter Jackson have delivered a holiday present to Fab Four fans in the form of a new five-minute video that offers a sneak peek at the forthcoming documentary The Beatles: Get Back, scheduled to premiere next summer. Jackson opens the clip inRead More →

Courtesy of TeachRockBruce Springsteen, Jackson Browne and Pearl Jam‘s Eddie Vedder are among the artists that will perform tonight during a virtual fundraiser to support E Street Band guitarist Steven Van Zandt‘s TeachRock music-education curriculum. The event, dubbed Stand with Teachers, will stream tonight starting at 8 p.m. ET.  TicketsRead More →

Exile Records“Stand and Deliver,” Eric Clapton‘s recently announced collaboration with Van Morrison as part of Morrison’s anti-lockdown campaign protesting U.K. restrictions regarding live performances, has gotten its official release. The track, which was written by Morrison and is sung by Clapton, is available now as a digital download and viaRead More →

Credit: Jeff CuyubambaKinks guitarist Dave Davies has shared some cool exclusive news with ABC Audio: He’s planning to issue a previously unreleased song in February called “21st Century” that he co-wrote with legendary pop lyricist Gerry Goffin in 1992. Davies explains that the collaboration came about after he befriended Goffin,Read More →