Daily Archives: June 20, 2018

Robert Plant says 8-year-old female Japanese drummer’s Led Zeppelin performance is “fantastic”

Credit: Mads PerchA video showing an 8-year-old Japanese girl named Yoyoka Soma playing impressive drums along to the Led Zeppelin classic "Good Times Bad Times" recently went viral, and now one of

Foreigner announces official reunion show featuring all surviving original members plus current lineup

Karsten Staiger/MeinFotolandFounding Foreigner guitarist Mick Jones recently revealed that former members of the band would be making guest appearances at select shows this year. Now, Foreigner has announced that all

“Billy Elliot” star Jamie Bell in talks to play Bernie Taupin in Elton John biopic

Jeff Spicer/Jeff Spicer/Getty ImagesIf you're going to have a movie about Elton John's rise to fame, Bernie Taupin, his songwriting partner of 50 years, has to be a part of it.

During Broadway show, Springsteen addresses “disgracefully inhumane” family separations: “May God save our souls”

Credit: Danny ClinchPrior to President Donald Trump signing an executive order Wednesday to keep families together at the U.S.-Mexico border, Bruce Springsteen addressed the situation Tuesday night during his Springsteen on Broadway

Paul McCartney announces new album, “Egypt Station,” due in September; premieres two new songs

Capitol Records/UMePaul McCartney has unveiled the title and release date of his long-awaited studio album. As the recent video posted on his Twitter feed suggested, McCartney's album is called Egypt

Home, where his music’s playing: Paul Simon announces NYC venue for farewell tour’s final show

Jessica Gilbert/Legacy RecordingsAfter kicking off his Homeward Bound farewell tour last month, Paul Simon has announced official details for the trek's final show. The concert, dubbed Homeward Bound -- The Farewell Performance,

Every Good Boy Deserves Vinyl: Moody Blues reissuing seven albums on 180-gram vinyl in July

UMeNext month, The Moody Blues will reissue high-quality vinyl versions of seven of their classic albums, spanning from 1969 to 1981.

The LPs -- 1969's On the Threshold of a Dream and To

Journey’s Jonathan Cain says Steve Perry always has “a door open to come around”

Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagicIt's been 20 years since Steve Perry less-than-amicably parted ways with Journey, but keyboardist Jonathan Cain says he's still open to reuniting with the powerhouse vocalist.

"He's always got a door open