Daily Archives: December 6, 2017

U2’s “Songs of Experience” headed for #1 debut on “Billboard” 200

Interscope RecordsIt looks like U2 will return to the top of the Billboard 200 thanks to their new album, Songs of Experience. The 14th full-length studio effort from the Irish rockers

New Joan Jett documentary, “Bad Reputation,” to premiere at 2018 Sundance Film Festival

ABC RadioA new documentary about Joan Jett titled Bad Reputation will premiere at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival, scheduled from January 18 to 28 at a number of locations in Utah.

The movie

Listen now to rare 1965 holiday record Paul McCartney made for his fellow Beatles

David Redfern/RedfernsA rare holiday record Paul McCartney made in 1965 as a Christmas gift for his three Beatles band mates has made its way to YouTube courtesy of Fab Four and Rolling

Dead & Company postpone remaining 2017 concerts following John Mayer’s emergency appendectomy

ABC/Randy HolmesThe Grateful Dead spinoff group Dead & Company has postponed the remaining two scheduled concerts on its 2017 tour following the emergency appendectomy singer/guitarist John Mayer underwent on Tuesday. The newly

The Zombies, Richie Sambora part of lineup for upcoming Led Zeppelin tribute concert at Carnegie Hall

Courtesy of City WineryThe initial lineup has been revealed for the star-studded Led Zeppelin tribute concert scheduled for March 7, 2018, at New York's Carnegie Hall. British Invasion greats The Zombies, ex-Bon

Graham Nash, Billy Gibbons to play Gregg Allman tribute concert in NYC next month

Ian Rawn; Amy GranthamAn intimate, star-studded concert saluting the late Gregg Allman and his final album, Southern Blood, will be held January 24 at the City Winery in New York.

Graham Nash and

Bob Seger on dedicating his new album to Glenn Frey, as well as Lou Reed and Leonard Cohen

Capitol RecordsBob Seger's latest album, I Knew You When, is dedicated to his lifelong friend Glenn Frey of The Eagles.

Seger tells ABC Radio that Frey's death in January 2016 hit him