Daily Archives: August 4, 2017

Rep for Chris Christie denies Jon Bon Jovi used Patrick Carney to avoid talking to New Jersey governor

ABC/Ida Mae Astute; Douglas Mason/ Getty ImagesA rep for Chris Christie has denied a story about Jon Bon Jovi allegedly using The Black Keys drummer Patrick Carney to avoid talking to the

Watch documentary short on Robert Trujillo’s 12-year-old son Tye’s tour with Korn

ABC/Randy HolmesEarlier this year, Korn recruited 12-year-old Tye Trujillo -- son of Metallica's Robert Trujillo -- to play bass with the band on their South American tour. Now, Korn videographer Sébastien Paquet

Yes’ Yestival tour with Todd Rundgren & Carl Palmer kicks off tonight

Credit: Roger DeanYes' first-ever touring version of its Yestival prog-rock fest gets underway tonight, August 4, in Greensboro, North Carolina. Todd Rundgren and Carl Palmer's ELP Legacy also will appear at most

Journey Through the Past: Neil Young issuing previously unreleased 1976 studio album

Reprise RecordsNeil Young has announced plans to issue an archival studio album titled Hitchhiker on September 8. The 10-track collection was recorded live at Indigo Studios in Malibu, California, on August

New audio/video sets documenting Jeff Beck’s star-studded 50th anniversary show in L.A. due in October

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Last August, Jeff Beck celebrated his 50-year music career with a special concert at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles that included guest appearances by Aerosmith's Steven Tyler,

Watch now: Chris Cornell’s 12-year-old daughter performs tribute to later father and Chester Bennington

ABC/ Paula LoboChris Cornell's daughter Toni paid tribute to her late father, and Linkin Park's Chester Bennington, on Friday's Good Morning America.

The 12-year-old performed a stirring rendition of Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah" alongside

Rolling Stones releasing 2015 live performance of “Sticky Fingers” album on DVD, Blu-ray, audio/video packages

Eagle Rock EntertainmentOn May 20, 2015, The Rolling Stones performed their entire classic 1971 album Sticky Fingers live for the first time ever during a surprise warmup show for their Zip