Daily Archives: October 5, 2018

Green Day news: Billie Joe Armstrong defends A’s fan hit with beer; Tre Cool releases new EP with “Icelandic death metal” band

ABC/Heidi GutmanTwo Green Day members are in the news, both for reasons unrelated to Green Day.

First, frontman Billie Joe Armstrong has come to the defense of his friend and fellow musician John

Steve Perry to be interviewed live on ABC’s “Good Morning America” this Monday

Credit: Myriam SantosToday, Steve Perry released Traces, his first album of new music since he and Journey went their separate ways in the late '90s. To promote the record, the Rock

Take me down to paradise: Guns N’ Roses schedule first-ever concert in Hawaii

Courtesy of Live NationGuns N' Roses have performed all over the world during their long career, but the legendary rockers surprisingly have never played a concert in Hawaii. That will

Rod Stewart scores ninth #1 album in the UK with “Blood Red Roses”

Republic RecordsRod Stewart told ABC Radio recently that he'd be "bloody over the moon" if his new album, Blood Red Roses, did well. We'll, Rod's probably halfway to Mars today, because

Listen to His Heartbreakers: Career-spanning Tom Petty compilation due out in November

Geffen/UMeA new Tom Petty compilation offering the first-ever career-spanning collection of songs by the late rock legend to include his work with The Heartbreakers, Mudcrutch and as a solo artist, will be

Songs for Everyone: Vinyl box set featuring 180-gram versions of CCR’s seven albums due in November

Craft RecordingsCreedence Clearwater Revival's brief but prolific recording career began 50 years ago this past May with release of the band's self-titled debut album. To mark the roots-rock outfit's 50th

Steve Perry’s musical journey continues with his new solo album, “Traces,” which arrives today

Fantasy RecordsBelieve it or not, ex-Journey frontman Steve Perry is back with his first new music in more than 20 years, as his hotly anticipated solo album Traces hits stores today.

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