Daily Archives: June 8, 2018

Gimme “Some”: The Rolling Stones’ “Some Girls” album turns 40 on Saturday

UMeThis Saturday, June 9, marks the 40th anniversary of the release of The Rolling Stones' classic album, Some Girls. It's the band's best-selling studio effort in the U.S., having sold over

Led Zeppelin members reunite to check out progress on band’s official 50th anniversary photo book

Dave Brolan/Reel Art PressThe surviving members of Led Zeppelin reunited recently, but it wasn't to rock and roll. Robert Plant, Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones came together to check out the

In Princess Diana’s honor, Elton John calls on tech and digital companies to help in the fight against AIDS

Chris Jackson/Getty ImagesSir Elton John was in London Friday to deliver "The Diana, Princess of Wales Lecture on HIV," a special presentation launched by the U.K.'s National AIDS Trust in 1999 to

Behold, the “Holy Grail”! Listen to John Fogerty and Billy Gibbons’ new collaborative single

BMG Rights ManagementJohn Fogerty and ZZ Top's Billy Gibbons have uncovered the "Holy Grail." The two rock legends just released their collaborative single by that name as a digital download and

Smashing Pumpkins’ original lineup release first new music in 18 years

Olivia BeeSiamese Dreams do come true, if you're a Smashing Pumpkins fan. The original lineup of the band -- or three-quarters of it, anyway -- today released its first new music in

“Eric Clapton: Life in 12 Bars” DVD, Blu-ray and companion soundtrack album hit stores today

Eagle Rock EntertainmentThe recent rock documentary Eric Clapton: Life in 12 Bars is released on DVD, Blu-ray and digitally today, while a companion soundtrack album also is available now as a two-CD

See Him, Hear Him: Roger Daltrey’s U.S. tour featuring orchestral “Tommy” performances kicks off tonight

Courtesy of Roger DaltreyTonight in Bethel, New York, and during the next month in nine other U.S. cities, Who fans will get to see and hear Roger Daltrey perform the band's 1969