Daily Archives: October 20, 2017

Fond Farewell: Rush releasing expanded 40th anniversary reissues of “A Farewell to Kings”

UMe/Anthem/oleRush will commemorate the recent 40th anniversary of its fifth studio album, A Farewell to Kings, by releasing various deluxe reissue packages on December 1. Among the anniversary releases will be a

Listen to unreleased Eagles’ performance of “Hotel California” from upcoming deluxe reissue

Rhino EntertainmentThe Eagles recently announced plans to issue an expanded 40th anniversary edition of their classic album Hotel California on November 24 that will include a bonus disc featuring 10 previously

The late Gregg Allman honored with special award for his hepatitis C advocacy work

Credit: Ian RawnOn Thursday night in Washington, D.C., Gregg Allman received a posthumous award named in his honor for his work in raising awareness about hepatitis C.

At the 15th anniversary National

As “Bat Out of Hell” turns 40, Meat Loaf admits he doesn’t like listening to his classic album

Sony Music EntertainmentMeat Loaf's classic album Bat Out of Hell was released 40 years ago this Saturday, October 21. The album, the singer's debut solo effort, was his first of many

Isn’t Live Strange?: Moody Blues bassist John Lodge releases solo CD/DVD set “Live from Birmingham” today

Courtesy of Rogers & CowanMoody Blues singer/bassist John Lodge officially releases his CD/DVD box set Live from Birmingham -- The 10,000 Light Years Tour today. The collection documents the final show of

Foo Fighters release new song “Soldier” for Planned Parenthood benefit compilation

Credit: Brantley GutierrezFoo Fighters just released their album Concrete and Gold last month, but they've already shared a new song. The track is called "Soldier," and it's available now for digital download.


Today marks the 40th anniversary of Lynyrd Skynyrd’s tragic plane crash

Michael Ochs Archives/Getty ImagesToday marks the 40th anniversary of the tragic plane crash that took the lives of Lynyrd Skynyrd frontman Ronnie Van Zant, guitarist Steve Gaines, backup singer Cassie Gaines and

Billy Joel remembers summers in Brooklyn, imitates Springsteen on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”

ABC/Randy HolmesBilly Joel stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Thursday night to talk about his career and later played “Miami 2017.”

Jimmy Kimmel has been broadcasting from his native Brooklyn all week. Billy