Monthly Archives: April 2017

Watch Steve Perry reunite — but not sing — with Journey this weekend on HBO

Kevin Kane/Courtesy of HBOThe HBO special featuring highlights from the 2017 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony premieres Saturday at 8 p.m. ET. One of the most memorable moments of

Zakk Wylde rejoining Ozzy Osbourne’s band for summer tour

ABC/Randy Holmes; Igor VidyashevZakk Wylde is reuniting with the Prince of Darkness. The Black Label Society frontman will be playing in Ozzy Osbourne's band this summer on their first full U.S. tour

Find out what U2 has in common with Michael Jackson, Madonna and “Weird Al” Yankovic

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Aside from being hitmaking artists who've sold millions of records in their long careers, U2, Michael Jackson, Madonna and "Weird Al" Yankovic have something else in common: They're the only artists

New Cheap Trick album, “We’re All Alright!,” due out in June

Big Machine Label GroupCheap Trick's latest studio effort, Bang Zoom Crazy...Hello, was released just over a year ago, but power-pop legends already have plans to issue another brand-new album. It's titled We're

Metallica replaces cover band’s stolen equipment

ABC/Randy HolmesWashington-based Metallica cover band Blistered Earth recently had their gear stolen after a show in Portland. But good news: the real James Hetfield and company came to the rescue.

"Sometimes when bad

Report: Stevie Nicks to appear on new Lana Del Rey album

Kristin Burns; Neil KrugFleetwood Mac singer Stevie Nicks will lend her talents to a song on the upcoming album by indie-pop diva Lana Del Rey, Lust for Life, Pitchfork reports. No more

John Mellencamp releases new ‘Sad Clowns & Hillbillies’ album today

Republic RecordsWelcome to Friday, and new music from John Mellencamp.

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member's released Sad Clowns & Hillbillies today. His follow-up to 2014's Plain Spoken is

Tune in to HBO on Saturday to watch 2017 Rock Hall induction ceremony with Journey, Yes, ELO, Pearl Jam and more

Kevin Kane; Kevin Mazur; Kevin Mazur/Courtesy of HBOThe 2017 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony took place earlier this month in Brooklyn, New York, and now you can watch

Remastered vinyl versions of three Peter Gabriel soundtrack albums due out in July

Real World RecordsThe third installment of Peter Gabriel's vinyl reissue campaign featuring multiple-LP, half-speed-remastered versions of albums from his back catalog will arrive on July 28.

The records being released as part of

Listen to unreleased outtake from upcoming “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Heart’s Club Band” reissue

Universal Music GroupU.K. newspaper The Guardian is giving Beatles fans an exclusive preview of one of the unreleased studio outtakes that will be included in the upcoming expanded 50th anniversary reissue

All hail the Goblin King: David Bowie’s ‘Labyrinth’ soundtrack being reissued

UMeThe soundtrack for one of David Bowie's signature movies is getting the reissue treatment.

The soundtrack to the 1986 fantasy film Labyrinth will be reissued on vinyl May 12. The package replicates the

Cover Me: New book of Bruce Springsteen photos coming in November

Simon & SchusterBruce Springsteen's longtime photographer is preparing a new book of snapshots.

In November, Frank Stefanko will release Bruce Springsteen: Further Up the Road, chronicling forty years of his Boss-related shots. According

David Byrne remembers late ‘Stop Making Sense’ director Jonathan Demme

Nick Elgar/Corbis/VCG via Getty ImagesFormer Talking Heads leader David Byrne has penned a sweet memorial for director Jonathan Demme, who died Wednesday morning at age 73.

Demme directed Stop Making Sense, the acclaimed

Iggy Pop reminisces about Lou Reed with Lars Ulrich; reissuing first three solo albums

ABC/Randy Holmes; ABC/Randy HolmesBoth Iggy Pop and Lars Ulrich were friends of Lou Reed, and in an interview with Metallica's So What! fan magazine, the two musicians talk about working with the

Late Oscar-winning director Jonathan Demme was a music documentary visionary

L-R: Jonathan Demme and David Byrne; Lynn Goldsmith/Corbis/VCG via Getty ImagesNot only did the late Oscar-winning director Jonathan Demme helm such acclaimed dramas as Silence of the Lambs and Philadelphia, he was

Status Quo reissuing three albums in deluxe versions

UMeStatus Quo are reissuing deluxe editions of three albums from their catalog.

The British boogie-blues veterans will offer multi-disc versions of 1976's Blue for You, 1980's Just Supposin', and 1981's Never Too Late

Rock Hall Induction Ceremony returns to Cleveland for 2018

Courtesy Rock & Roll Hall of FameThe Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is located in Cleveland, but the induction ceremony doesn't always take place there. But it will next

Procol Harum returns with new album, ‘Novum’

Credit: Eagle RecordsFor the first time in 14 years, there's a new Procol Harum album.

Novum, the veteran British progressive rock band's first new studio album since 2003's The Well's on Fire, was