Daily Archives: April 12, 2017

Early Bob Seger single to be reissued on colored vinyl for Record Store Day

Third Man RecordsA limited-edition vinyl single featuring "2+2=?," a 1968 song by Bob Seger's early band the Bob Seger System, will be released on April 22 as part of the 2017 Record

Peter Wolf, other rockers pay tribute to J. Geils

John Geils and Peter Wolf in 2011 (Scott Legato/Getty Images)Following the news founding J. Geils Band guitarist John "Jay" Geils' death Tuesday, the group's lead singer, Peter Wolf, has posted an homage

New species of shrimp with large pink claw named after Pink Floyd

Arthur Anker; Kate Pocklington; Chris JarvisA group of Pink Floyd-loving scientists have named a new species of shrimp after the legendary British band, the U.K.'s Oxford University Museum of Natural History reports.


Charlie Watts to receive special honor at UK’s Jazz FM Awards later this month

Kevin Winter/Getty ImagesBesides being a rock legend, Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts is a well-known jazz aficionado, and he now will receive a special honor called the Gold Award recognizing his lifetime

Poison’s Bobby Dall says band’s tour with Def Leppard will be filled with “flash-bang-boom-pops!”

Courtesy of PoisonPoison's original members have reunited for a lengthy North American tour with Def Leppard and Tesla that kicked off Saturday in Manchester, New Hampshire. Poison bassist Bobby Dall tells ABC

Ex-Toto frontman Bobby Kimball releasing new solo album, “We’re Not in Kansas Anymore,” this month

Purple Pyramid RecordsFounding Toto singer Bobby Kimball will be releasing a brand-new solo album called We're Not in Kansas Anymore on April 21. Kimball, the voice behind such memorable tunes as "Hold