Monthly Archives: July 2014

Steven Tyler & Joe Perry’s Rearranged Version of “Dream On” Released as Single to Benefit Marathon Bombing Victims

Image Courtesy of E:60In April, Aerosmith's Steven Tyler and Joe Perry teamed up with the Southern California Children's Chorus to perform an updated version of their band's classic song "Dream On"

Listen to Elton John and Smokey Robinson’s Duet of “Tracks of My Tears” Online

Verve Records; Autumn de Wilde/Verve RecordsElton John is one of the guest artists on Smokey Robinson's upcoming duets album, Smokey & Friends; he collaborated with the Motown legend on a new

New Box Set Featuring Seven Classic Foreigner Albums to Be Released in October

Rhino/AtlanticDuring its commercial heyday, Foreigner released one memorable hit after the next, reaching the top 40 of the Billboard Hot 100 more than a dozen times between the late 1970 and late

Slash Launches New Web Video Series, “Ask Slash and Myles”

Image Courtesy of Robert JohnSlash with Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators are on the road this summer with Aerosmith, and that experience is the subject of the first installment in a new

The Who’s Townshend and Daltrey Working on British TV Series Focusing on 1960s London Music Scene

Ross Halfin/Universal MusicThe Who's Pete Townsend and Roger Daltrey are collaborating with Simon West, director of such action/adventure flicks as Con Air and The Expendables 2, on a new U.K. television series

Foo Fighters Complete “Epic” New Album

RCA RecordsFoo Fighters have finished their eighth album.

Record producer Butch Vig revealed the news on Twitter this past Tuesday. "We are officially done with the new Foo Fighters

Bon Jovi’s Rumored Bid to Buy the Buffalo Bills Angers City’s Residents

AEG LiveJon Bon Jovi has a lot of adoring fans all across the country, but not many of them live in Buffalo nowadays. Fans of the Buffalo Bills football franchise

The Eagles’ Don Henley to Present Robert Redford with Environmental Honor at Boston Benefit Event

Image Courtesy of Sam JonesDon Henley will present actor/director Robert Redford with a special honor recognizing his support for environmental causes during an intimate benefit concert The Eagles are

Ex-Alice Cooper and Lou Reed Guitarist Dick Wagner Dead at 71

Image Courtesy of Dick WagnerDick Wagner, the virtuoso rock guitarist known for his work with Alice Cooper and Lou Reed, passed away on Wednesday morning in Scottsdale, Arizona, at the age of

Robert Plant “Disappointed and Baffled” by Jimmy Page’s Critical Remarks

York Tillyer; Ross HalfinLed Zeppelin fans know by now that chances of the surviving band members playing together again have seemed pretty slim lately, so they likely won't be surprised

Green Bay Packers Sign General Manager Ted Thompson to Multi-year Extension

GREEN BAY, WI –  Four days after signing standout wide receiver Jordy Nelson, the Green Bay Packers have extended GM Ted Thompson to a multi-year extension.  The team made the announcement after

Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers to Debut “Hypnotic Eye” Songs on ABC’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” Thursday

Image Courtesy of Mary Ellen MatthewsTom Petty & the Heartbreakers will celebrate the release this week of their new album, Hypnotic Eye, when they pay a visit to ABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live!

Santana’s “Corazón” Album Certified “U.S. Latin Double-Platinum”; Band Adds Fall Dates to Tour

RCA/Sony Latin IberiaCorazón, Santana's first-ever Latin album, is a big success. The record, which was released in May, has just been certified U.S. Latin double-platinum by the Recording Industry

The E Street Band’s Steven Van Zandt Says He’s Helping Darlene Love Record Star-Studded Solo Album

Gurtman and Murtha Artist Management; NBC Photo/Heidi GutmanThe E Street Band's Steven Van Zandt has revealed that he's overseeing a new album by famed 1960s pop/soul singer Darlene Love. During a

Glenn Hughes Says He Didn’t Want New Band California Breed to Be Black Country Communion Part II

Frontiers RecordsCalifornia Breed is a new power trio featuring former Deep Purple singer/bassist Glenn Hughes and Jason Bonham, son of late Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham, that released its self-titled debut album

Roger Daltrey Sings with Joan Jett at Teen Cancer America Benefit Show in Philadelphia

Teresa Aguilar/AEG LiveThe Who's Roger Daltrey played a rocking concert at the Kimmel Center in Philadelphia on Monday night that raised money for the Teen Cancer

Heart Extends U.S. Tour Itinerary into November

Image Courtesy of Norman SeeffHeart currently is playing a run of late-summer U.S. concert in the Midwest and Northeast that winds down on August 13 in Kettering, Ohio, but the

Second Installment of Led Zeppelin Reissue Campaign Arriving in October

Atlantic/Swan SongThe Led Zeppelin reissue campaign will continue this fall, when the band releases remastered and expanded versions of their fourth and fifth studio albums, 1971's Led Zeppelin IV