Daily Archives: July 28, 2017

Santana, The Isley Brothers to chat about new album, “Power of Peace,” on “CBS Sunday Morning”

Credit: Maryanne BilhamSantana's new collaborative album with The Isley Brothers, Power of Peace, arrives in stores today. The 13-track collection features 12 covers, including renditions of such well-known tunes as Stevie Wonder's

Paul McCartney reveals he’s written a song about President Trump for his next album

Mary McCartney/MPL CommunicationsHow's this for something to tweet about: Paul McCartney recently revealed that he's written a new song about President Donald Trump that will appear on his next studio album. The

Rod Stewart helps pay for D.C. trip for disabled children and their families

Steven A Henry/Getty ImagesRod Stewart recently stepped in to help a group of children with disabilities and their families.

CNN reports that Stewart was inspired after seeing one of the news channel's stories

Foo Fighters’ “Concrete and Gold” won’t feature Adele or Taylor Swift, says Dave Grohl

Roswell Records/RCA RecordsDave Grohl lit up a fire of speculation when he revealed that "probably the biggest pop star in the world" sings backing vocals on a track from the

Krist Novoselic’s new band Giants in the Trees releases first single, “Sasquatch”

ABC RadioNirvana bassist Krist Novoselic has a new band called Giants in the Trees, and they've released their first single. The track is called "Sasquatch," and it's available now for

Pete Townshend expecting The Who to perform at “a very, very high standard” during Las Vegas residency

Courtesy of The WhoThe Who kicks off their first-ever Las Vegas residency this Saturday, July 29, at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace. The six-show engagement also features performances on August

Green Day-produced doc “Turn It Around” explores the legends and “unsung people” of East Bay punk

ABC/Heidi GutmanThe new documentary Turn It Around: The Story of East Bay Punk explores the history of the California music scene that birthed bands like Green Day, Rancid and The Offspring. Green

Art Garfunkel announces fall book tour to promote upcoming memoir, “What Is It All but Luminous”

KnopfArt Garfunkel's recently reported memoir, What Is It All but Luminous: Notes from an Underground Man, will be published September 26, and the famed folk-rock singer has lined up a series of

Alice Cooper’s new album, “Paranormal,” featuring famous rockers and old band mates, materializes today

earMUSICAlice Cooper's latest studio album, Paranormal, gets its release today, July 28. The shock rocker enlisted some big-name rockers to play on the 12-track collection -- U2 drummer Larry Mullen Jr., ZZ

Star-studded festival The Classic East rocks New York’s Citi Field this weekend

Courtesy of The ClassicThe Classic East, the second in a series of star-studded concert events known as The Classic, takes place this Saturday and Sunday at Citi Field in New

The Doors’ Robby Krieger reflects on “Light My Fire,” 50 years after it topped the “Billboard” Hot 100

RhinoFifty years ago Saturday, The Doors' "Light My Fire" burned its way to the top of the Billboard Hot 100. Mainly written by guitarist Robby Krieger, with a little help from his