Daily Archives: June 5, 2014

Axl Rose Says Guns N’ Roses Has Completed Two New Albums

Ethan Miller/Getty ImagesAxl Rose says Guns N' Roses has completed not one but two albums of new material as sequels of a sort to the band's Chinese Democracy.

"We recorded a lot of

Ringo Starr Hopes to Release Next Solo Album in February 2015; Announces New Fall All Starr Band Tour Leg

Photo: Rob ShanahanAfter participating in a variety of events earlier this year celebrating the 50th anniversary of The Beatles' arrival in the U.S., Ringo Starr now is turning his attention back to

Michael Stipe Unveils First Post-R.E.M. Music

Bobby Bank/Getty ImagesFormer R.E.M. singer Michael Stipe has unveiled his first new music since the legendary Georgia-based band announced its breakup two and a half years ago. Those expecting

Robert Plant Responds to Jimmy Page’s Barbs, Says Guitarist Needs to “Have a Good Rest”

York Tillyer; Ross HalfinIn a recent New York Times interview, Jimmy Page expressed frustration over Led Zeppelin band mate Robert Plant's negative attitude toward another reunion by the

New Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers Song, “American Dream Plan B,” Streaming Online Now

Photo: Mary Ellen MatthewsTom Petty & the Heartbreakers are giving fans their first taste of their upcoming album, Hypnotic Eye, which is scheduled for a July 29 release. You can

Cheap Trick’s Busy 2014 Tour Schedule Includes Joint Shows with Boston

Cheap Trick UnlimitedCheap Trick fans will have plenty of chances to see the power-pop legends in the coming months. The band has more than three-dozen upcoming concerts that

Beatles Exhibit Opening Today at Minnesota’s Mall of America

Jonathan Blanc/The New York Public LibraryAn exhibition about the world's most famous rock band will arrive at one of the largest malls in the U.S. today. The traveling exhibit "

Warren Haynes on Possibility of a New Allman Brothers Album: “I Don’t Really See It Happening”

Courtesy of Allman Brothers BandOn Monday, The Allman Brothers Band announced that it would play its final shows this October, a series of concerts at the Beacon Theatre in New

John Lennon Stories and Drawings Fetch Big Money at Auction

Chris Walter/WireImageArtwork and manuscripts from John Lennon pulled in big bucks at a Sotheby's auction in New York on Wednesday.

The auction, dubbed "You Might Well Arsk," featured material related to the late