Daily Archives: June 1, 2017

Watch Elton John perform new song with Jack White in clip from “The American Epic Sessions”

ABC/Randy Holmes; Courtesy of ©2017 Lo-­‐Max Records Ltd.Elton John performs with ex-White Stripes frontman Jack White in a new clip from the upcoming documentary The American Epic Sessions, which premieres Tuesday,

Pearl Jam’s Jeff Ament thinks Chris Cornell was the “greatest songwriter to ever come out of Seattle”

ABC/Randy HolmesPearl Jam bassist Jeff Ament shared his thoughts on the passing of Chris Cornell with NBA.com's NBA Soundsystem podcast. While the late Soundgarden frontman was revered for his voice, Ament focuses

Brad Pitt takes Chris Cornell’s children to Universal Studios

Randy Shropshire/Getty Images for EBMRFBrad Pitt recently spent time with two of Chris Cornell's children at Universal Studios Hollywood.

According to Entertainment Tonight, the actor was spotted with the late Soundgarden frontman's 12-year-old

Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood turns 70 one day after twin daughters celebrate their first birthday

Kevin Winter/Getty ImagesRonnie Wood has a lot to celebrate this week. The longtime Rolling Stones guitarist is celebrating his 70th birthday today, a day after his twin daughters, Gracie Jane and Alice

Graham Nash schedules North American fall tour; new photo exhibit opens in NYC

Credit: Amy GranthamGraham Nash has added a series of fall North American dates to his 2017 tour itinerary. The new shows, which follow a previously announced U.S. summer trek, run

Chris Cornell’s widow Vicky has “several unanswered questions” regarding her husband’s cause of death

ABC/Randy HolmesChris Cornell's widow Vicky Cornell and family attorney Kirk Pasich issued a statement Thursday questioning the late Soundgarden frontman's cause of death, which was officially ruled a suicide by the Wayne

Rock & Roll Hall of Fame members share “Sgt. Pepper” stories in honor of album’s 50th anniversary

Henry Diltz; Andrew MacphersonThe Beatles' Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band was officially released 50 years ago today in the U.K. In honor of the milestone, a few Rock & Roll

Pearl Jam’s Mike McCready to jam with The Roots on “Fallon”

Jamie McCarthy/WireImage for Rock and Roll Hall of FamePearl Jam's Mike McCready will lend his guitar chops to The Roots when he sits in with the band on The Tonight Show Starring

Watch now: Foo Fighters stage a literal “Oldchella” in new “Run” video

Brantley GutierrezSurprise! Foo Fighters are back with a brand-new song, and a video that's sure to be one of this year's most memorable.

The track is called "Run," the band's first new

Doobie Brothers confirm Glenn Frey’s son, and Vince Gill, will play with The Eagles at Classic East/West

Courtesy of The ClassicDon Henley first spoke about it in a radio interview a couple of weeks ago, but now it's official: Deacon Frey, son of the late Glenn Frey, will indeed

Bob Seger announces 2017 Runaway Train Tour

Credit: Clay Patrick McBrideBob Seger and his Silver Bullet band have already announced a handful of dates for 2017, and now it's turned into the band's first tour since 2015.

Seger's 2017

Oh boy! The Beatles’ “Sgt. Pepper” album celebrates its 50th anniversary today

Parlophone/Capitol Records/UMeIt was 50 years ago today that Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band got its official release in the U.K. -- it hit stores in the U.S. a day later.