Daily Archives: July 6, 2018

Classic albums by Fleetwood Mac, The Beatles among best-selling vinyl discs of 2018 so far

Warner Bros. Records; Parlophone/ Capitol Records/UMeNielsen Music's Mid-Year Report is here, tallying the best-selling music releases for the first half of 2018. While various contemporary pop and hip-hop acts dominate

Ex-Deep Purple bassist Glenn Hughes to salute former band’s music on upcoming US tour

Courtesy of Glenn HughesFormer Deep Purple bassist/singer Glenn Hughes will celebrate the music of his old band on a U.S. tour that will visit a variety of venues in the Northeast

Iggy Pop releases new song with Underworld, “Get Your Shirt”

ABC/Randy HolmesIggy Pop has released a new song from Teatime Dub Encounters, his collaborative EP with electronic duo Underworld. The track is called "Get Your Shirt," and is available now for digital

Watch Phil Anselmo perform Pantera’s “Slaughtered” in honor of Vinnie Paul

Bob King/RedfernEx-Pantera vocalist Phil Anselmo has offered another tribute to his former band mate, the late Vinnie Paul. During a show with his band Scour in Baltimore on Thursday, Anselmo delivered a

Ringo Starr to host his “Peace & Love” birthday celebration on Saturday in Nice, France

Credit: Scott Robert RichieRingo Starr gets by with a little help from his friends, so here's a helpful reminder that the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer will host the

Elvis Costello cancels remaining European tour dates following surgery for an “aggressive” cancer

Photo by Tabatha Fireman/RedfernsOn his website, Elvis Costello told fans that under advice of his doctor, he is cancelling his remaining tour dates in Europe, following apparently successful cancer surgery.


Lynyrd Skynyrd to be joined by Bad Company, Marshall Tucker Band during final run of farewell tour dates

Courtesy of Live NationLynyrd Skynyrd recently announced that their final trek, dubbed the Last of the Street Survivors Farewell Tour, had been extended into December, and now some of the opening