Daily Archives: April 19, 2018

Rolling Stones Dublin show will be longest set of European tour leg, says production manager

Dave J Hogan/Getty Images for The Rolling StonesRolling Stones fans in Ireland are in for a treat this coming summer. The opening show of the European leg of the Band's No

‘Paul Rodgers – Free Spirit – Celebrating the Music of Free’ due out June 8

Harry Herd/RedfernsNearly a year ago, former Free frontman Paul Rodgers played a sold-out show at London's Royal Albert Hall, celebrating Free's 50th anniversary as part of his 2017 Free Spirit tour.

Kenney Jones’ autobiography, ‘Let the Good Times Roll,’ due out May 31

Blink PublishingWe've got a publication date for former The Who drummer Kenney Jones' autobiography, and it's just around the corner. Titled Let the Good Times Roll, it'll be out May 31.


Pearl Jam’s Jeff Ament details new album, “Heaven/Hell”; shares “Safe in the Car” video

Jeff Ament/Monkeywrench RecordsPearl Jam bassist Jeff Ament's will release a new album called Heaven/Hell with his solo project Ament on May 10. The album includes the previously released single "Safe in the

Elton John’s long-awaited biopic, “Rocketman,” has finally landed

Matt Baron/ShutterstockRocketman, the long-in-the-works Elton John biopic, has finally landed a deal with a studio and production is expected to begin this summer.

Deadline reported that Paramount Pictures will finance and distribute the

Foo Fighters jam with fan in KISS makeup during US tour opener

Credit: Brantley GutierrezA Foo Fighters fan got the chance of a lifetime at the band's U.S. tour opener in Austin, Texas Wednesday night.

During the show, Dave Grohl invited the fan, who was

Watch now: Ringo Starr releases video for “Give More Love”; announces Peace & Love birthday celebration plans

Denise Truscello/WireImageRingo Starr's most recent album, Give More Love, has been out since last September, but we've just now been treated to a video for the title track.

Released Thursday, the mostly black-and-white

The Kinks’ Dave Davies say he has plans to get together with his brother Ray to “try and work on some stuff”

Credit: Al PereiraMany Kinks fans probably have given up hope that the band's historically quarrelsome Davies siblings, Ray and Dave, will collaborate together again, but Dave tells ABC Radio that he