Michael Ochs Archives/Getty ImagesFans of the late Eddie Van Halen are honoring the guitar great by sending his band’s music to the top of several Billboard charts this week.  Van Halen passed October 6 following a battle with cancer. Van Halen songs have spiked in popularity following news of the guitar legend’s death,Read More →

Credit: Tami FreedFormer Yes frontman Jon Anderson has released a video for a new version of a song called “Go Screw Yourself” that he hopes will inspire people to vote for a change of leadership in the U.S. Anderson says he originally wrote the song after the 2012 school shootingsRead More →

Courtesy Goo Goo Dolls/FanTracksGoo Goo Dolls had to reschedule their tour for next summer, but to tide fans over, they’re prepping a livestream virtual concert with all the bells and whistles — plus a super-special Christmas extravaganza. First up, there’s an October 24 event on the live-streaming platform FanTracks calledRead More →

Credit: Matthew MurphyWith the Spike Lee-directed version of David Byrne’s American Utopia premiering on HBO and HBO Max this Saturday, October 17, comes word that the ex-Talking Heads singer’s critically acclaimed stage production will return to Broadway in September 2021. New performances of the musical will begin at a currently unannouncedRead More →

Dia Dipasupil/Getty ImagesShe’s been married once, albeit very briefly, but Stevie Nicks has never had children.  And according to the two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee, that’s because her “mission” was to bring her music to the world, and she wouldn’t have been able to do that asRead More →

Courtesy of Rock ‘n’ Roll Fantasy CampAlice Cooper, The Who‘s Roger Daltrey, Def Leppard‘s Joe Elliott and Styx are the first artists that have signed on to participate in Front Row Live events.  It’s a new online Q&A series from Rock and Roll Fantasy Camp, similar to its Masterclass virtualRead More →

KMazur/WireImageIn the newly penned chapter of his autobiography Me, which was released Tuesday in the U.K., Elton John has come clean about why he and his old pal Rod Stewart, whom he once counted among his nearest and dearest, don’t talk anymore. As excerpted in the British tabloid The Sun,Read More →

Credit: Eleanor StillsFollowing the release last week of Stephen Stills‘ and Pose actor and singer Billy Porter‘s new collaborative remix version of the 1966 Stills-penned Buffalo Springfield anthem “For What It’s Worth,” Stephen has co-founded a new social platform called InStill Change. Stills teamed up with other like-minded activists toRead More →

BMGThe Kinks have unveiled full details about the expanded 50th anniversary reissue of their 1970 concept album Lola Versus Powerman and the Moneygoround, Part One, which will be released on December 18 in multiple formats and configurations. Among the versions is deluxe-edition box set featuring three CDs, including a remasteredRead More →

Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images For The Rock and Roll Hall of FameYou’ve seen the viral “Dreams” TikTok video from Nathan Apodaca, and you’ve probably seen Fleetwood Mac‘s Mick Fleetwood doing his own take on it.  Now, get ready for Stevie Nicks’ version of the “Dreams” challenge — and since she wroteRead More →