Daily Archives: April 4, 2016

Jeff Beck to Release New Album in July; Adds Series of August Concerts

Credit: Ross HalfinJeff Beck will release a brand-new studio album this summer just days before he kicks off his recently announced summer tour with blues legend Buddy Guy. The as-yet-untitled

Paul Simon Praises Disturbed’s “Powerful” Cover of “The Sound of Silence”

Credit: Mary Ellen MatthewsDisturbed's cover of the Simon & Garfunkel classic "The Sound of Silence" has been met with a lot of acclaim, and it's now earned the stamp of approval

John Lennon’s 1966 Grammy Award Pulled from Auction

Fiona Adams/RedfernsA Grammy Award for Song of the Year that John Lennon won in 1966 for co-writing the Beatles hit "Michelle" that had been put up for bid via an online auction

Elton John to Guest Star on ABC’s “Nashville”

ABC/Randy HolmesElton John loves American roots music, including country, so perhaps it's no surprise that the pop-rock legend has signed on to guest star on ABC's country-music drama Nashville.

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It Was 52 Years Ago Today The Beatles Held the Top Five Spots on the “Billboard” Hot 100

Chris Walter/WireImageToday, April 4, marks the 52nd anniversary of perhaps The Beatles' most impressive chart feat, when the band became the only artist ever to simultaneously hold the top five spots on

Songs by Heart, Eric Burdon, Free Featured on Soundtrack to New Film “Demolition”

ABKCO RecordsClassic songs by Heart and Eric Burdon & the Animals, and a lesser-known tune by Free, are among the tracks featured on the soundtrack to Demolition, an upcoming drama starring Jake

Guns N’ Roses Plays Intimate Club Show in Los Angeles

Outside the Troubadour prior to Friday's Guns N' Roses Show; Greg Doherty/Getty ImagesMany Guns N' Roses fans thought it would never happen in their lifetime, but GNR's original lineup reunited at

The Beatles’ Three “Anthology” Compilations Now Available on Streaming Services

Universal Music EnterprisesStarting today, The Beatles' three Anthology collections, originally released in 1995 and '96 as two-CD sets, became available on a variety of major streaming services. The compilations feature rarities,