Daily Archives: June 6, 2018

Green Day to release DVD/Blu-Ray and soundtrack of “Turn It Around: The Story of East Bay Punk”

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Following last year's successful theatrical release of Green Day's California punk rock documentary, Turn It Around: The Story of East Bay Punk, the band is set to drop a DVD/Blu-Ray

Listen to Keith Richards and Jeff Beck trade guitar licks on new Buddy Guy tune, “Cognac”

Silvertone/RCA RecordsBlues great Buddy Guy is offering fans a swig of "Cognac," his brand-new song featuring two other guitar legends, Jeff Beck and The Rolling Stones' Keith Richards. The track, which will

Jaw-dropping allegations emerge in lawsuit against Courtney Love

Scott Dudelson/Getty ImagesDetails have surfaced in the lawsuit against Courtney Love brought by her now-former son-in-law, Isaiah Silva. Legal document site Scribd has published the first 51 pages of the suit, and

Roger Daltrey shares details about new solo album in series of video clips on his Facebook page

Republic/UMeWho frontman Roger Daltrey released a new solo album last week called As Long as I Have You that's made up mostly of soul-flavored cover tunes. To promote the record, Daltrey

Bruce Springsteen to perform on the Tony Awards this Sunday

Credit: Danny ClinchWe already knew Bruce Springsteen will be receiving a special award at the 72nd Annual Tony Awards this Sunday, in honor of his ongoing Springsteen on Broadway show. Now

Watch now: Dave Grohl hires stunt double to fall offstage for audience prank

ABC/Fred WatkinsNever let it be said that Dave Grohl doesn't have a sense of humor.

At the beginning of Tuesday night's Foo Fighters show at Ullevi Stadium in Gothenburg, Sweden -- the same

The Cars’ self-titled debut celebrates its 40th anniversary today

Elektra Records/Rhino EntertainmentForty years ago today, The Cars' self-titled debut album cruised into stores. The Boston-based band sped onto the music scene with catchy songs featuring clever, quirky lyrics, melodic

INXS announce plans to work with producer Giles Martin on various future projects

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INXS and Petrol Records, the label that handles the Australian band's music outside of the U.S., have tapped renowned producer Giles Martin as their executive music director to

2018 Grateful Dead “Meet-Up at the Movies” screening to feature footage of 1989 Philadelphia concert

Courtesy of Fathom EventsThe eighth annual edition of The Grateful Dead's one-night-only "Meet-Up at the Movies" screening event will take place at theaters across the U.S. on August 1, coinciding with what