Daily Archives: April 18, 2018

Collect all five! NYC subway offering Bowie-branded MetroCards

Gijsbert Hanekroot/RedfernsMost New York City visitors, and even some locals, avoid taking the subway, but now the city's Transit Authority's provided a swell reason for you to give it a try.

For a

What’s your Beatles and rock memorabilia worth? Find out for free

John Pratt/Keystone/Getty ImagesIt's like Antiques Roadshow for rock and roll.

The Beatles Story exhibit in Liverpool is joining forces with Julien's Auctions and the Hard Rock Cafe NYC for another Discovery Day.

Stop by Bethany Lutheran Church for the Perkins Lions Club Home and Garden Show

Marquette, MI  –  April 19, 2018  –  Mother’s Day isn’t too far away and Perkins Lions Club is hosting the perfect chance for you to find a unique gift for your mom!

“Paint It Black”: Mick Jagger lithograph by Ronnie Wood hitting the auction block

L-R: Ronnie Wood and Mick Jagger; Michael Campanella/RedfernsIf you need a gift for the Rolling Stones fan in your life, or if you just want to treat yourself, hop online a month

Pearl Jam launching Rock2Vote voting campaign in Montana

ABC/Craig SjodinThis summer, Pearl Jam will play a show at Washington-Grizzly Stadium in Missoula, Montana, the home state of bassist Jeff Ament. In conjunction with the concert, the band is launching Rock2Vote,

David Bowie’s son, Duncan Jones, is a new dad

Jim Spellman/WireImageLooks like David Bowie's a new granddad. The late rock icon's son, filmmaker Duncan Jones, just shared a post on social media that sure makes it sound like he's celebrating

Paul McCartney remembers Linda on the anniversary of her passing

Paul and Linda McCartney in 1973; Michael Putland/Getty ImagesYou might have missed it, but Paul McCartney took a moment Tuesday to remember his late wife, Linda, on the 20th anniversary of her

Soundgarden’s Kim Thayil and Matt Cameron to play together for first time since Chris Cornell’s death

Credit: Michael LavineSoundgarden members Kim Thayil and Matt Cameron will perform together for the first time since frontman Chris Cornell's death at the 2018 NorthSide festival in Denmark, held June 7-9.

According to

Foo Fighters guitarist promises best production they’ve ever had on US tour

Credit: Brantley GutierrezFoo Fighters will launch a North American tour tonight in Austin, Texas, to support their new album, Concrete and Gold. The run will be the band's second U.S. trek behind

Don’t Fear the Police: Ex-Blue Öyster Cult drummer Albert Bouchard talks new police-themed collaborative album, “Fidelis ad Mortem”

Most Cowbell RecordsOriginal Blue Öyster Cult drummer Albert Bouchard recently released a collaborative concept album with veteran pop songwriter Mark Barkan called Fidelis ad Mortem that salutes the positive work many police

Bernie Taupin says Elton John’s farewell tour is legit: “There’s gonna be no coming back after this!”

L-R: Bernie Taupin, Elton John; Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for NARASElton John's Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour is billed as the Rocket Man's last go 'round on the road. While Elton's buddy

Todd Rundgren says Utopia reunion tour is “a special event”

Credit: Danny O'ConnorTodd Rundgren's old band Utopia embarks on its reunion tour tonight in Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania.

Rundgren tells ABC Radio that for its first tour since 1986, the group has put