On This Day, March 22, 1980…  Pink Floyd’s “Another Brick in the Wall (Part 2)” hit number one on the Billboard singles chart, where it spent four weeks. The tune is the band’s first and only U.S. number-one single.  Written by Roger Waters, “Another Brick in the Wall” was a three-part composition thatRead More →

Anne Fishbein/Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images We’re about to learn a lot more about Devo: a new documentary on the band is currently in the works. Devo is described as the “first-ever fully authorized film” on the band, who formed in 1973 in the aftermath of the Kent State massacre and went onRead More →

Bill Tompkins/Getty Images Here’s a unique experience few Beatles fans will want to pass up. Rock ‘N’ Roll Fantasy Camp’s upcoming summer session will give participants a chance to jam with the iconic band’s original drummer Pete Best. Best will take part in The Camp from July 13 to 16 in New York, with Aerosmith bassist TomRead More →

Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Bruce Springsteen Bruce Springsteen and Gladys Knight were at the White House Tuesday where President Joe Biden honored them with the National Medal of Arts, which “honors exemplary individuals and organizations that have advanced the arts in America.”  “The work of our honorees is as diverse as the nation that celebratesRead More →

Emma McIntyre/Getty Images for The Recording Academy The Isley Brothers are in a battle over their name. Billboard reports that Rudolph Isley has filed a lawsuit in Chicago Federal Court against his brother Ronald Isley over the trademark rights to their group’s name. Rudolph is claiming that despite the name “The Isley Brothers” being jointly owned byRead More →

The Orchard/Frontiers Music SRL Journey’s Neal Schon is giving fans a taste of his live show with a new album coming in May.  Journey Through Time, dropping May 19, is a recording of a 2018 benefit concert at The Independent in San Francisco, California. Schon was joined for the performance by hisRead More →

ABC Melissa Etheridge is looking back at her start in the music industry and how she was asked to hide her sexuality. The singer recalled to SPIN FIRE’s Free Speech + Other Dirty Words that when she was signed by Island Records in the mid-80s, there was a jarring moment that came shortlyRead More →

Ross Halfin Def Leppard is giving fans another look at their life on the road. The band just shared the third installment in their ‘Behind the World Tour’ diary, this time highlighting stops in Chile and Brazil.  The episode kicks off with the band at a Santiago cemetery for a photo shoot withRead More →

Courtesy Live Nation Looks like Madonna is cooking up new music in the studio and she has acclaimed Swedish record producer Max Martin helping her. The singer revealed on Twitter that she’s working with Martin and shared a snap of the two brainstorming in a music studio. “When in Doubt go to Work,” she captioned the update. Read More →

Courtesy of Chipster PR Steve Hackett is ready to celebrate his career with Genesis with a new North American tour. Genesis Revisited: Foxtrot and Fifty + Hackett Highlights Tour will have the Rock & Roll Hall of Famer performing Genesis’ 1972 album Foxtrot in its entirety, plus other songs from Hackett’s catalog.  Hackett shares, “I’m thrilled toRead More →