Daily Archives: May 25, 2017

New Roy Orbison album to feature late singer’s original vocals paired with new orchestral parts

Legacy Recordings/Roy's Boys LLCA new Roy Orbison album combining archival vocal performances from the late rock legend with newly recorded orchestral accompaniment will be released on November 3.

A Love So Beautiful: Roy

Watch Todd Rundgren and Daryl Hall perform their new duet…live from Daryl’s House

Courtesy of Todd RundgrenA video featuring Todd Rundgren and Daryl Hall performing their new collaborative duet, "Chance for Us," has debuted at Cleopatra Records' official YouTube channel.

The catchy synth-driven tune is among

Soundgarden, Audioslave, Temple of the Dog social media accounts honor Chris Cornell

ABC/Randy HolmesSoundgarden has yet to make an official public statement regarding the death of Chris Cornell, but they've updated their social media pages to reflect their frontman's passing.

On both their Facebook and

Heart’s Ann Wilson, Jefferson Airplane’s Jorma Kaukonen added to lineup of 2017 Lockn’ Festival

Jess Griffin; Scotty HallAs the 2017 Lockn' Music Festival approaches, more special performances have been announced for the jam-heavy extravaganza. Among the latest additions to the fest, which runs from August

AXS TV to premiere historic 1986 Queen concert in Hungary

Courtesy of AXS TVA historic 1986 Queen concert that took place during late frontman Freddie Mercury's final tour with the band will get its AXS TV premiere Sunday, June 4, at 8

Guns N’ Roses adds 15 dates to North American tour leg

PRNewsfoto/Live Nation EntertainmentIf you haven't been able to score tickets to Guns N' Roses ongoing Not in This Lifetime Tour, here's a brand-new chance. The band's added fifteen additional stops

Paul Simon & Stephen Colbert update “The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin’ Groovy)” for 2017

Scott Kowalchyk/CBS ©2017 CBS Broadcasting Inc.Paul Simon stopped by The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on Wednesday night, and in a cold open segment, Colbert tried to get Simon to play Simon

Jon Bon Jovi to receive prestigious award for his charitable work next month in Washington, D.C.

Credit: Norman Jean RoyJon Bon Jovi will be honored with the National Association of Broadcasters Education Foundation's 2017 Service to America Leadership Award at the organization's Celebration of Service to America Awards