Daily Archives: April 14, 2017

The Rolling Stones’ “Exhibitionism” exhibit opens in Chicago on Saturday

Credit: David J HoganThe Rolling Stones' Exhibitionism exhibit opens in Chicago on Saturday at the Windy City's Navy Pier. The expansive attraction, which previously was on display in London and

Report: Phil Lesh part of lineup for 50th anniversary edition of the Monterey Pop festival

©2017 Monterey International Pop FestivalThe Monterey International Pop Festival, one of the first and most famous rock festivals of the 1960s, celebrates its 50th anniversary in June, and to mark

Red Hot Chili Peppers tease “Goodbye Angels” video

Credit: Steve KerosIf you're going the Red Hot Chili Peppers show in Atlanta tonight, you may find yourself in the band's new video. According to drummer Chad Smith, the Peppers will be

Listen now: Iggy Pop plays the “Blues” in profane new song

ABC/Randy HolmesIggy Pop has shared a new song, colorfully titled "A****** Blues." The track is an extremely lo-fi recording featuring just an acoustic guitar and Pop's voice singing about "an

Narada Michael Walden working on new albums by Journey’s Neal Schon, Santana drummer Cindy Blackman Santana

JoeL Angelo Margolis; Robert Knight; Andrew Lepley/RedfernsAcclaimed drummer and Grammy-winning songwriter and producer Narada Michael Walden reveals that he's working on a variety of interesting projects, including new albums by Journey guitarist

Star-studded rock group The Dead Daisies announces Dirty Dozen tour of North America

Credit: Oliver HalfinHard rockers The Dead Daisies have announced dates for their first-ever North American headlining tour. The late-summer outing comes in support of their forthcoming album Live &

Doors guitarist Robby Krieger celebrating band’s 50th anniversary on upcoming solo trek

Credit: Jill JarrettDoors guitarist Robby Krieger and his solo band will launch a brief run of East Coast and Midwest U.S. tour dates this Sunday, April 16, at the City