Daily Archives: June 29, 2018

Perry Farrell cancels planned Kind Heaven Lollapalooza performance

Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagicAt this year's Lollapalooza, festival founder Perry Farrell was scheduled to preview his new project Kind Heaven, an "entertainment venture" set to debut in Las Vegas next year. However, that performance

The Band’s debut, “Music from Big Pink,” turns 50 on Sunday; deluxe reissues of album due in August

Capitol/UMeThis Sunday, July 1, marks the 50th anniversary of the release of The Band's landmark debut album, Music from Big Pink, and to commemorate the milestone, expanded reissues of the record will

Ex-Yes singer Trevor Horn to rejoin group for prog-rockers’ two Philadelphia shows in July

Courtesy of MSO PR; Gottlieb Bros.As part of its 50th anniversary celebrations, Yes will welcome back one of its former members, singer Trevor Horn, when the prog-rock band plays its previously announced

New compilation focusing on Joe Strummer’s non-Clash work due out in September

Ignition RecordsA new compilation featuring material that late Clash frontman Joe Strummer recorded outside of his famous band will be released on September 28 in multiple formats.

Joe Strummer 001 is a 32-track

Our Country ’tis of Ray: Kinks frontman releases sequel to his 2017 concept album, “Americana,” today

Legacy RecordingsKinks frontman Ray Davies' latest studio album, Our Country: Americana Act II, hits stores today. The record is a sequel to his 2017 concept album, Americana.

Both albums were inspired by Davies'

Graham Nash’s “Over the Years…” compilation, featuring hits, unreleased demos & more, arrives today

RhinoGraham Nash's new compilation Over the Years…, featuring classic songs from throughout the folk-rock legend's long career plus many previously unreleased demo recordings, hits stores today, June 29.

"I realized