Daily Archives: November 8, 2017

Expanded version of King Crimson’s 1972 live album “Earthbound” arriving later this month

DGMA deluxe expanded version of King Crimson's 1972 live album Earthbound will be released November 17 as a CD/DVD-Audio set.

Considered one of the first "official bootlegs," the album features lo-fi

Grammy-winning arranger Paul Buckmaster dead at 71; collaborated with Elton, Bowie & many others

Courtesy of BuckmasterSound.comPaul Buckmaster, an arranger and composer who worked with Elton John, David Bowie, The Rolling Stones and many other famous musicians, died Tuesday in Los Angeles, according to the McDaniel

Robert Plant to receive Lifetime Achievement honor next year from Americana Music Association UK

Credit: Mads PerchLed Zeppelin singer Robert Plant will be presented with the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award by The Americana Music Association UK at the organization's UK Americana Awards 2018, held February

25th Anniversary edition of Elton John’s NYC charity event raises $4 million; Elton sets “Colbert” appearance

Jamie McCarthy/GettyElton John's annual New York charity event marked its 25th anniversary Tuesday night with a gala at Manhattan's Cathedral of St. John the Divine, and the amount of money

About a Toy: Kurt Cobain getting Funko Pop! treatment

FunkoToy company Funko is launching a new music-themed line of their popular Pop! vinyl figures, including an adorable, plastic representation of Kurt Cobain.

The Cobain figure features the late Nirvana frontman playing his

Metallica employs a full-time, world-traveling archivist: “That’s literally his only job!”

ABC/Randy HolmesHey metalheads, how's this for a dream job? Metallica's Lars Ulrich tells Revolver that the band employs a full-time archivist.

"We actually have a person who works for us, Bob Pfiefer,

Punk legend Paul Cook says guest stars “added their own flavor” to his band The Professionals’ new album

Automaton/The End RecordsSex Pistols spinoff group The Professionals have released a new album called What in the World that's packed with catchy, original punk-pop tunes. Sex Pistols drummer Paul Cook, who co-founded

Exhibit celebrating new Bruce Springsteen photo book opens this week in New York City

Wall of Sound GalleryA new photo exhibit celebrating the release of photographer Frank Stefanko's new limited-edition book Bruce Springsteen: Further Up the Road opens to the public on Friday at Morrison Hotel