Daily Archives: April 11, 2017

Founding J. Geils Band guitarist John Geils dead at 71

Scott Legato/Getty ImagesJohn Geils Jr., the founding guitarist and namesake of The J. Geils Band, was found dead Tuesday at his home in Groton, Massachusetts, ABC News has confirmed. He was 71.


Bob Dylan taking part in inaugural Outlaw Music Festival Tour in July

Credit: William ClaxtonBob Dylan will perform at two stops of a newly announced traveling version of the Willie Nelson-headlined Outlaw Music Festival, which debuted last September in Scranton, Pennsylvania. Dylan

Sweet rock ‘n’ roller: Read Keith Richards’ tribute to Chuck Berry

Chuck Berry and Keith Richards in 1986 (Terry O'Neill/Getty Images)As Rolling Stones fans know, the late Chuck Berry was Keith Richards' biggest musical hero and inspiration. In honor of Berry, whose

Confirmed: U2 featured on Kendrick Lamar’s new album, “DAMN.”

ABC/Rick RowellIt's official: U2 will appear on rapper Kendrick Lamar's new album. Bono and the boys are featured on a track titled "XXX."

Reports that U2 would guest on the album, which is

Five-disc, 40th anniversary edition of Jethro Tull’s “Songs from the Wood” arriving in May

ParlophoneJethro Tull will release the latest in a series of deluxe reissues on May 19, when a five-disc version of the band's 1977 album, Songs from the Wood, hits stores.

Songs from the

Fleetwood Mac’s Lindsey Buckingham and Christine McVie announce details of new duet album

Atlantic RecordsIt's really happening: a duet album from Fleetwood Mac members Lindsey Buckingham and Christine McVie is coming June 9.

The self-titled disc features 10 songs, and will be supported with a

Heart break: Ann and Nancy Wilson reveal that a rift has put band on indefinite hiatus

Credit: Anna KnowldenHeart's Wilson sisters both have been pursuing side projects lately, with lead singer Ann mounting a solo tour and guitarist Nancy forming a new group called Roadcase Royale, fronted by