Monthly Archives: May 2015

Steely Dan to Play Themed Concerts During October Residency in New York City

Credit: Danny ClinchIn 2009, 2011 and 2013, Steely Dan played a series of themed concerts at the Beacon Theatre in New York City, and now the jazz-rock legends are going

Watch Ringo Starr, Joan Jett, Lou Reed & More Honored on HBO’s 2015 Rock Hall Induction Special Tonight

Kevin Kane/WireImage for Rock and Roll Hall of FameThe HBO special featuring highlights from the 2015 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony premieres Saturday night at 8 p.m. ET/PT.

Seattle-Tacoma Airport Launches Pearl Jam Poster Art Exhibit

Credit: Danny ClinchIf you're a Pearl Jam fan, you may want to reroute any upcoming flights you have through the Seattle-Tacoma Airport. As a part of their

Billy Joel Joined by The Rascals’ Felix Cavaliere at New York City Concert

Lloyd Bishop/NBC; The Hartman GroupBilly Joel played his monthly concert at New York City's Madison Square Garden on Thursday and during the show he welcomed another legendary local singer/keyboardist to

The Doors’ Post-Jim Morrison Albums “Other Voices” & “Full Circle” to Be Reissued in September

RhinoOther Voices and Full Circle, the two studio albums The Doors recorded as a trio after frontman Jim Morrison's death, will be reissued September 4 as separate vinyl LPs and packaged

Report: Joni Mitchell Suffered a Brain Aneurysm; Recently Moved to a Rehab Facility

Credit: James O'MaraNew details have emerged about the health issue that has led to Joni Mitchell's hospitalization. Billboard and Showbiz411 both report that sources have

Stevie Nicks Helps Pop Star Adele Have the Best Night of Her Life

Kristen Burns; Eric McCandless/CBSIf you thought the best night of British pop star Adele's life was that time she won an armload of Grammys, or when she won an Oscar,

2015 Mountain Jam, Featuring Robert Plant & Many Others, to Be Streamed Live

Mountain JamThe 11th Annual Mountain Jam festival is coming up, with headlining sets from Robert Plant and the Sensational Space Shifters, longtime Allman Brothers Band guitarist Warren Haynes' group Gov't Mule,

Pete Townshend Saluted at 11th Annual MusiCares MAP Fund Benefit Concert

Theo Wargo/WireImage for NARASWhen The Who brought their current tour to the New York area this week, guitarist Pete Townshend took some time out Thursday night to accept a prestigious honor from

Mountain Jam Sets to Be Streamed Live

Mountain JamThe 11th Annual Mountain Jam festival is coming up with headlining sets from Robert Plant and the Sensational Space Shifters as well as The Black Keys and Alabama Shakes.

KISS’ Paul Stanley Announces Launch of Own Lifestyle Brand, Royals & Rebels

PRNewsFoto/Epic RightsAs a member of KISS, Paul Stanley has reaped the benefits of the band's voracious penchant for selling branded items, and now the singer/guitarist is set to launch

Alternate Version of The Rolling Stones’ “Dead Flowers” from “Sticky Fingers” Reissue Premieres Online

David Montgomery/UMeThe Rolling Stones have offered up a new preview from the deluxe reissues of the band's 1971 album Sticky Fingers, which will be released on June 9.

U2 Pays Tribute to Late Tour Manager in Concert

Kevin Mazur/WireImageU2 played its second of five scheduled concerts at The Forum in Inglewood, California Wednesday, and Bono paused a number of times to pay tribute to Dennis Sheehan, the

Pink Floyd Members Attend Unveiling of Historic Marker at London School Where Band Was Formed

Sean Evans; ABC NewsPink Floyd's surviving original members, bassist Roger Waters and drummer Nick Mason, reunited on Thursday morning to unveil a commemorative blue plaque at the site of the

Dave Mason Launching North American Shows with Four Consecutive Dates in Hawaii

Image Courtesy of Dave MasonFormer Traffic guitarist Dave Mason will launch a new North American tour next month in unique fashion, by playing shows on four different Hawaiian islands on four

U2 Playing Intimate Concert at L.A.-Area Club on Thursday

Kevin Mazur/WireImageAlthough U2's longtime road manager, Dennis Sheehan, died suddenly at his hotel this morning, the band appears to be moving ahead with its recently launched iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE

U2 Playing Intimate Concert at L.A.-Area Club on Thursday

Kevin Mazur/WireImageAlthough U2's longtime road manager, Dennis Sheehan, died suddenly at his hotel this morning, the band appears to be moving ahead with its recently launched iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE

Songs by Pearl Jam, Soundgarden & More Added to “Guitar Hero Live”

Credit: Danny ClinchThe Guitar Hero Live track list keeps expanding. Pearl Jam's "Mind Your Manners" and Soundgarden's "Been Away Too Long" are among the newest additions to the next installment of