Daily Archives: November 27, 2017

U2, Robert Plant, Bob Dylan land on “Rolling Stone” magazine’s 50 Best Albums of 2017 list

Interscope RecordsAs the end of the year approaches, Rolling Stone has revealed its picks for the 50 Best Albums of 2017. They include releases from such veteran acts as U2, Randy

Report: Courtney Love to testify on behalf of Frances Bean in Kurt Cobain guitar ownership battle

Frank Micelotta/Hulton ArchiveLast year, word came that Frances Bean Cobain and her estranged husband, Isaiah Silva, were arguing over ownership of Kurt Cobain's Martin D-18E guitar, which the late Nirvana frontman famously

Born to run and run and run: Bruce Springsteen extends Broadway show through June 2018

Courtesy of Bruce SpringsteenBruce Springsteen fans who haven't been able to score tickets to the Boss' sold-out Springsteen on Broadway shows will have plenty more chances -- the rock legend has extended

Jimi Hendrix would have been 75 today

Walter Iooss Jr./Getty ImagesToday marks what would have been the 75th birthday of Jimi Hendrix, who single-handedly revolutionized the electric guitar during his short life. Hendrix's inventive and dexterous

Estate of Steely Dan’s Walter Becker responds to “unwarranted” lawsuit by band mate Donald Fagen

Denise Truscello/WireImageLate Steely Dan guitarist Walter Becker's estate has responded to the lawsuit initiated last week by Becker's band mate, Donald Fagen, seeking to establish full control and ownership of the group.


Packers Come Up Just Short in 31-28 Loss to Steelers

Pittsburgh, PA – November 27, 2017 – What a difference a week can make. In last week’s 23-0 loss to the Baltimore Ravens the Green Bay Packers offense looked completely lost, unable

Art Me Up: Rolling Stone Ronnie Wood starring in new UK TV series about famous British cultural institutions

Albert Llop/Anadolu Agency/Getty ImagesBesides playing guitar for The Rolling Stones, Ronnie Wood is an accomplished painter, and the famous rocker's interest in art -- and the arts -- will be the

Geoff Downes says Yes’ new live record showcases two albums that were turning points in band’s career

RhinoYes has just released a new concert album, Topographic Drama -- Live Across America, which was recorded during the prog-rock group's early-2017 U.S. tour. The album recreates the set Yes