Daily Archives: March 19, 2018

Tyler Keeps a-Rollin’: Aerosmith singer plotting 2018 tour with solo band

ABC/Image Group LAAerosmith only have one confirmed concert lined up for 2018, a May 5 performance at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, but frontman Steven Tyler is preparing to announce

The Who’s Roger Daltrey to be honored for his charitable work at Nile Rodgers’ 2018 We Are Family Foundation gala

Credit: Fabrice DemessenceThe Who's Roger Daltrey will be one of the honorees at the We Are Family Foundation's 2018 Celebration Gala, which takes place Friday, April 27, at the Hammerstein

Film documenting a performance of David Bowie’s “Lazarus” musical premiering in May

Courtesy of Live NationA new film capturing a London performance of Lazarus, the stage musical co-written by the late David Bowie and Once playwright Enda Walsh, will get its theatrical premiere at

I’m Still Selling: Elton John #1 on Stubhub’s list of top concert ticket sellers of 2018

Credit: David LaChappelleWhile the music charts are now generally dominated by younger pop and R&B artists, it's a different story when it comes to ticket sales. According to StubHub, the

David Byrne, Judas Priest and the late Jimi Hendrix land in top 10 of the ‘Billboard’ 200 album chart

Nonesuch RecordsIt's a stellar showing for classic rock acts on the latest Billboard 200 album chart.

Former Talking Heads frontman David Byrne scored his highest-charting disc ever, landing at number three with his

The Kinks’ Dave Davies preparing new archival album of “really great” unreleased tracks from the ’70s

Credit: Al PereiraAfter playing a few concerts in California last month, Kinks guitarist Dave Davies will launch a series of spring tour dates in late March that mainly will visit venues