Daily Archives: September 17, 2018

Slash premieres new Conspirators track, “My Antidote”

ABC/Randy HolmesSlash has released a new song called "My Antidote" with his band Myles Kennedy & the Conspirators. The track is available now for digital download.

"My Antidote" will appear on the group's

Paul McCartney unveils music video for “Back In Brazil”

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It's a big week for Paul McCartney. The former Beatle is celebrating his new first number one album in 36 years, Egypt Station. Now Macca's released his first video

KISS to rock “America’s Got Talent” finale all night

Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images for Race To Erase MSKISS will perform on this Wednesday's season finale of America's Got Talent, Billboard reports.

The "Rock and Roll All Nite" icons will open the two-hour

Kinks release lyric video for previously-unreleased track “Time Song,” from upcoming box set

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The Kinks are giving fans another preview of the super-deluxe 50th anniversary box set edition of The Kinks Are The Village Green Preservation Society, which will be released on October 26.

You can

Dave Grohl rocks Nirvana’s “In Bloom” with jazz band; appearing on “Sesame Street”

ABC/Andrea McCallinDave Grohl helped give Nirvana a jazz makeover when he showed up during jazz musician Trombone Shorty's show in Los Angeles over the weekend. The Foo Fighters frontman joined Shorty and

Watch Sting and Shaggy’s episode of PBS series “Speakeasy” on YouTube tomorrow

A&M/Cherrytree/InterscopeSting and his current musical collaborator, reggae/pop star Shaggy, are the stars of the season premiere of the PBS series Speakeasy, which features musicians in conversation with each other.

The episode, taped

Theatrical screenings of restored John Lennon & Yoko Ono “Imagine” film begin tonight

Eagle Rock EntertainmentThe newly restored version of John Lennon and Yoko Ono's 1972 film Imagine will be shown in theaters around the world starting tonight, September 17.

The movie, which was co-directed by

Paul McCartney notches first “Billboard” number one in over 36 years with “Egypt Station”

Capitol Records/UMePaul McCartney's latest album, Egypt Station, bowed at number one on the Billboard 200, marking his first chart-topper since 1982's Tug of War.

The album, released September 7, surpassed expectations, moving 153,000

Ann Wilson on “Immortal,” her new tribute album to late, great musicians: “I want to honor these people”

BMGImmortal, the new solo album from Heart's Ann Wilson, is out now, and pays homage to ten late, great artists, all of whom passed away fairly recently. Wilson tells ABC