Daily Archives: September 20, 2017

Listen to a 1986 live recording of Metallica playing “For Whom the Bell Tolls” from “Master of Puppets” reissue

Blackened RecordingsMetallica's upcoming Master of Puppets deluxe reissue includes a host of live tracks recorded during the band's tour in support of the iconic album. One of those recordings is

Tedeschi Trucks Band to mark 25th show at Beacon Theatre

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When Tedeschi Trucks Band return to New York City's Beacon Theatre next month, they'll be celebrating a special milestone.

Their October 11 gig, part of the group's seventh annual residency at

Styx’s Chuck Panozzo touts World AIDS Museum in special message and video

James PowellChuck Panozzo has a special message to share on this, his 68th birthday. The founding Styx bassist has issued a statement in which he talks about being both gay, and

David Crosby enjoys working with son on new album, “Sky Trails”

Django CrosbyDavid Crosby didn't have to look far for assistance on his new album, Sky Trails.

The two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee tells USA Today he collaborated with his son,

Bruce Springsteen releases live set to benefit hurricane victims

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When it comes to disaster relief, The Boss in on the case.

Bruce Springsteen is releasing an entire live set that he and the E Street Band recorded December 8, 1978 at

Metallica’s “One” soundtracks bloody trailer for Netflix’s “The Punisher”

ABC/Randy HolmesMetallica's classic "One" is known as an anti-war song, but it soundtracks a whole lot of violence in the new trailer for The Punisher, the next Netflix Marvel series.

The Punisher follows

Prince Harry once visited Dave Grohl in the hospital, slapped Taylor Hawkins

ABC/Travis BellAs one of the biggest bands on the planet, Foo Fighters have come in contact with royalty on several occasions. For example, both Dave Grohl and drummer Taylor Hawkins have met

Bob Dylan’s “Trouble No More — The Bootleg Series Vol. 13” coming in November

Columbia Records/Legacy RecordingsIt's time for another deep dive into Bob Dylan's catalog.

Bob Dylan -- Trouble No More -- The Bootleg Series Vol. 13/1979-1981 arrives on November 3. The comprehensive eight-disc package also

Texan Don Henley staging benefit concert for Hurricane Harvey Relief

Cooper Neill/Getty ImagesThough he's a member of that most "California" of bands -- the Eagles -- Don Henley was born and raised in Texas. That's why he's headlining a benefit

Ritchie Blackmore reissuing album of “Winter Carols”

Michael KeelRitchie Blackmore has a holiday gift for you.

The former Deep Purple and Rainbow guitarist is reissuing Winter Carols, an album of holiday music from Blackmore's Night, his long-running project with singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist

Foo Fighters’ “Concrete and Gold” headed for number one; watch “Carpool Karaoke” appearance tonight

Roswell Records/RCA RecordsFoo Fighters are rocketing towards the top of the Billboard 200 thanks to their new album, Concrete and Gold. According to the publication, the latest effort from Dave Grohl and

Bono and Sir Paul make Greatest Business Minds list

ABC/Adam TalorIt's official: Bono and Paul McCartney have good heads for business.

The duo is included in Forbes magazine's 100 Greatest Business Minds, alongside SpaceX and Tesla's Elon Musk, Microsoft's Paul Allen, Amazon.com