Daily Archives: January 4, 2018

Don McLean lending memorabilia to Country Music Hall of Fame exhibit

Courtesy of 2911 MediaSome interesting pieces of memorabilia from Don McLean's storied career will go on display next Friday, January 12, at The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum

“Lifetime” achievement: Guns N’ Roses surpass Roger Waters for the fourth highest-grossing tour ever

Credit: John LanzaGuns N' Roses fans have had quite an appetite for the band's Not in This Lifetime… Tour, which according to Billboard's Boxscore archives had passed $475 million in gross sales

Listen to early version of Fleetwood Mac’s “Landslide” from reissue of band’s self-titled album

Warner Bros. RecordsIn advance of the January 19 arrival of the deluxe reissue of Fleetwood Mac's classic self-titled 1975 album, an early version of the Stevie Nicks-penned ballad "Landslide" premiered Thursday at

Watch Zakk Wylde shred the national anthem at Chicago Bulls game

Credit: Justin ReichZakk Wylde stopped by the United Center in Chicago to shred a guitar-only rendition of the national anthem at a Chicago Bulls game Wednesday night. You can watch

Metallica is Nielsen’s #1 rock artist of 2017

ABC/Randy HolmesMetallica was the most-listened-to rock artist of 2017, according to the year-end report from Nielsen. The metal legends boasted a combined total of 1,836,000 album sales, track-equivalent albums and streaming-equivalent albums.


Richie Furay to perform at L.A.-area Buffalo Springfield tribute concert next month

Scott Dudelson/Getty ImagesFounding Buffalo Springfield singer Richie Furay will take part in a benefit show paying tribute to his old band that's scheduled for Saturday, February 17, at the Alex Theatre in

The Beatles’ “Sgt. Pepper” and “Abbey Road” albums top list of best-selling vinyl LPs in 2017

Parlophone/Capitol Records/UMeThe U.S. album sales figures from 2017 have been unveiled, and vinyl continues its resurgence, with 14.32 million LPs sold -- an increase of nine percent from 2016 and

Yes’ 2018 Cruise to the Edge will bring together two of the band’s keyboardists

Courtesy of On the BlueThe fifth annual edition of Yes' Cruise to the Edge gets underway on February 3, and the seagoing prog-rock festival will also serve as the launch of