Daily Archives: March 16, 2018

Guns N’ Roses, Ozzy Osbourne, Iron Maiden among artists headlining Belgium’s Graspop Metal Meeting in June

Credit: Katarina Benzova

If rock is truly dead, then nobody told Belgium. The 2018 edition of the country's annual Graspop Metal Meeting festival is absolutely stacked with heavy acts, with a

First tracks released from Elton John’s “Revamp/Restoration” project

Island Records/Universal Music Group NashvilleFollowing the news that a bunch of top pop, rock and country stars had put their own spins on Elton John's classic hits for two new tribute albums

The Zombies’ Rod Argent and Colin Blunstone appearing Saturday on “CBS This Morning”

Credit: Jacob BlickenstaffFounding Zombies keyboardist Rod Argent and singer Colin Blunstone will be guests this Saturday on CBS This Morning. Blunstone and Argent will be interviewed by host Anthony Mason and also

New Glenn Frey box set, “Above the Clouds,” explores late Eagle’s solo career

Geffen/UMeA new four-disc box set focusing on late Eagles singer Glenn Frey's solo work called Above the Clouds: The Collection will be released on May 11.

The compilation features three CDs that include

Pearl Jam auctioning VIP package to benefit Parkland victims and families

ABC/Craig SjodinPearl Jam is auctioning off a special VIP package for their upcoming shows at Chicago's Wrigley Field this summer in support of the victims of the February 14 shooting

Lynyrd Skynyrd’s Gary Rossington says new documentary about the band made him cry

Credit: Michael Zagaris Last year, Lynyrd Skynyrd members legally blocked the making of a film that ex-drummer Artimus Pyle was helping develop about the band and the 1977 plane crash that claimed