Daily Archives: May 24, 2017

Chuck Berry’s new single “Lady B. Goode” is a “spiritual sequel” to “Johnny B. Goode”

Credit: Danny ClinchA third single has been released from Chuck Berry's upcoming album Chuck. Called "Lady B. Goode," which is described as "a spiritual sequel" to the late rock

Chris Cornell’s widow Vicky mourns late husband with open letter: “I know that was not you”

Tara Ziemba/Getty ImagesChris Cornell's widow Vicky Cornell has written an open letter to her late husband, who died last week at age 52.

Addressing the Soundgarden frontman as "my sweet Christopher," she

Plaque commemorating site of George Harrison’s former home unveiled by late Beatle’s first wife

George Harrison in 1964 (John Hoppy Hopkins/Redferns)A blue plaque honoring the late George Harrison was unveiled on Tuesday on the site of a home in the London suburb of Esher, where the

Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood “feeling fine” after lung operation

David M. Benett/Dave Benett/Getty ImagesRolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood recently underwent a successful operation to treat a small lung lesion.

According to a spokesperson for the 69-year-old musician, the lesion was

“Pirates of the Caribbean” producer reveals how Paul McCartney snagged his role in the latest film

Courtesy of DisneyPaul McCartney recently confirmed that he'll appear in the fifth Pirates of the Caribbean film. Now, the movie's producer, Jerry Bruckheimer, has revealed how the former Beatle got the gig.

In

Live to perform at Rocklahoma in place of Soundgarden

Credit: Michael LavineLive will perform at Rocklahoma this Saturday in place of Soundgarden, who had been announced to headline the festival prior to the unexpected death of Chris Cornell.

"Although we all wish

Early Supertramp songs featured on reissue of rare U.K. documentary soundtrack

Gonzo MultimediaThe 1971 British documentary Extremes and its soundtrack, which features a few early tunes by Supertramp, will be released as a DVD/CD package on June 30.

The film, directed by Tony Klinger

U2 performs new song on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”

ABC/Rick RowellU2 stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Tuesday night. The show was dedicated to the band as they sat for an unprecedented hour-long interview and performance that included a

Fans will be able to visit Chris Cornell’s gravesite after private funeral

ABC/Randy HolmesAlthough late Soundgarden singer Chris Cornell's funeral Friday will be a private one, Cornell's attorney released a statement saying the public is welcome to visit the gravesite after 3

E Street Band’s Jake Clemons helps domestic-violence victims with new project

Credit: Lisa MacIntoshE Street Band saxophonist Jake Clemons has created a new online resource called the Janine Project in support of people affected by domestic violence.

In conjunction with the launch of the