Daily Archives: July 2, 2014

Mick Jagger Reportedly Interested in Opening Rolling Stones Museum in London

Rankin/Universal MusicThe Rolling Stones just played a concert in Stockholm, Sweden, on Tuesday and, according to The Daily Star, while Mick Jagger was in the city he took time

Two Buses Serving Styx and Foreigner’s Soundtrack of Summer Tour Catch Fire; No One Injured

ABC Public RelationsThere was a bit of an urgent emergency early Wednesday afternoon along the route of Styx and Foreigner's The Soundtrack of Summer co-headlining tour.

New Health Problems Force Gregg Allman to Cancel Solo Tour Dates

PMK-BNCGregg Allman continues to struggle with health issues. The Oregonian reports that the Allman Brothers Band frontman checked into a hospital on Monday, one day before he'd been

New Health Problems Force Gregg Allman to Cancel Solo Tour Dates

PMK-BNCGregg Allman continues to struggle with health issues. The Oregonian reports that the Allman Brothers Band frontman checked into a hospital on Monday, one day before he'd been

Caribou Ranch, Where Elton John, Chicago and Others Recorded Albums, Sells for More than $32 Million

Island/Universal MusicCaribou Ranch, the site of a famed recording studio near Denver where Elton John, Chicago and many other pop and rock artists recorded and mixed their music, was recently sold for

Caribou Ranch, Where Elton John, Chicago and Others Recorded Albums, Sells for More than $32 Million

Island/Universal MusicCaribou Ranch, the site of a famed recording studio near Denver where Elton John, Chicago and many other pop and rock artists recorded and mixed their music, was recently sold for

Motley Crue’s Final Tour Kicks Off Tonight; Vince Neil Says It’s “Amazing”

Motley RecordsTonight, Motley Crue kicks off the tour the band members swear is their last-ever outing as Motley Crue. It's called The Final Tour: All Bad Things Must Come to

Red Hot Chili Peppers Live EP: Band Says “Give It Away”

Clara Balzary/Warner Bros. RecordsThe Red Hot Chili Peppers have a new EP, and it's free.

Drummer Chad Smith selected the five songs for the digital-only release, which was culled from live recordings from

Rare Bob Dylan Recordings Discovered After 40 Years

Legacy RecordingsSome rare Bob Dylan recordings have been discovered by a record collector after 40 years.

Jeff Gold explains on the record collectibles website RecordMecca that he recently came across

Graham Nash Says Playing New Songs in Concert Keeps CSN Alive

Photo: Eleanor StillsCrosby, Stills & Nash are ready to hit the road again for a major U.S. tour. The folk-rock trio's latest trek gets under way tonight in Bethlehem,