Daily Archives: April 6, 2017

Elton John named “Worldwide Record Store Day Legend”; will release expanded vinyl edition of his “fabulous” live album on RSD

Mercury/UMeIn honor of the 10th anniversary of Record Store Day, one of the world's foremost record fans, Elton John, is joining in the fun. Not only has he been named the

New band Honey West, featuring ex-King Crimson/Foreigner member Ian McDonald, releasing debut album in May

© 2017 Sebastian Sabal-BruceA new band called Honey West, featuring founding King Crimson and Foreigner multi-instrumentalist Ian McDonald, will release its debut album, Bad Old World, on May 19.

The group is led

“Play the Game”: Queen-themed version of Monopoly due out next month

Courtesy of Queen/Bravado/Winning MovesA new Queen-themed edition of Monopoly fully sanctioned by the British rock legends will be available for purchase on May 8.

The new version of the classic board game, which

Read an excerpt from James Hetfield biography “So Let It Be Written”

Courtesy of Lesser GodsThe forthcoming James Hetfield biography So Let It Be Written will hit shelves next week, and you can read an excerpt from the book now via Noisey.

The excerpt is

Read the news: Liverpool announces series of events celebrating “Sgt. Pepper” album’s 50th anniversary

© Apple Corps Ltd.With the 50th anniversary of the release of The Beatles' Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band album taking place June 1, the Fab Four's hometown of Liverpool, U.K., has

Trans-Siberian Orchestra founder Paul O’Neill dead at 61

Paul Bergen/RedfernsPaul O'Neill, the founder of the holiday-themed prog-rock band Trans-Siberian Orchestra, has died. He was 61.

"The entire Trans-Siberian Orchestra family, past and present, is heartbroken to share the devastating

Yes announces YESTIVAL tour with Todd Rundgren, Carl Palmer’s ELP Legacy

MSO PRIf you're a Yes fan, maybe the only thing as good as the band finally being inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Friday is the announcement

Billy Joel re-opens hometown concert venue with help from Joan Jett, veterans and a “King of Queens” reunion

Kevin Kane/WireImageIn August of 2015, Billy Joel performed the final concert at Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum -- the premiere concert venue in his native Long Island -- before it was

“Open Road” trip: Dave Davies launching US tour in support of new album tonight

Credit: Al PereiraLast Friday, Dave Davies released his latest album, Open Road, a joint project with his son Russ, and now the founding Kinks guitarist is ready to hit the open road