Daily Archives: March 11, 2019

“Wrecking Crew” drummer Hal Blaine dead at 90, played on countless ’60s & ’70s hits

Robert Knight Archive/RedfernsHal Blaine, who as a member of the famed studio collective "The Wrecking Crew" played on countless hits of the '60s and '70s, has died. He was

The Who’s Pete Townshend working on a new song “about guns” for band’s upcoming album

ABC RadioThe Who's Pete Townshend recently delivered a new online update from London's Metropolis Studios about the sessions for the band's upcoming album.

In his latest installment, which includes a video montage of

Your favorite artists are headed to Broadway this spring and summer

Credit: Rob DeMartinIf the idea of seeing Bruce Springsteen perform his Springsteen on Broadway show thrilled you, you'll be happy to know that even more big names area headed to

Marc Jacobs files request to dismiss Nirvana lawsuit alleging copyright infringement

Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic, IncFashion label Marc Jacobs has filed a request to dismiss the lawsuit alleging that it ripped off Nirvana's smiley-face logo for items in its new Bootleg Redux Grunge collection, reports

Alice Cooper bringing new “Ol’ Black Eyes Is Back” headlining show to the US in July

Courtesy of earMUSICAlice Cooper recently announced plans for a joint U.S. summer tour with contemporary heavy-metal act Halestorm, scheduled from mid-July to mid-August. Now, the shock rocker has lined up six

Oscar winners unite: Elton John welcomes Rami Malek to his farewell tour

ABC/Randy Holmes; ABC/Craig SjodinDuring his lifetime, iconic Queen singer Freddie Mercury was friendly with Elton John. Now Elton has posted photographic proof that he approves of Rami Malek's Oscar-winning portrayal of

Keith Richards debuts lyric video for unreleased cover of the 1950s blues tune “Big Town Playboy”

BMGKeith Richards has debuted a lyric video for his cover of late Chicago bluesman Eddie Taylor's "Big Town Playboy," one of six previously unreleased bonus tracks featured on the upcoming reissue of

Todd Rundgren, Patti Smith among artists added to lineup of Van Morrison tribute concert at Carnegie Hall this month

Michael Dorf PresentsThe final lineup has been revealed for the star-studded Van Morrison tribute concert taking place March 21 at New York City's Carnegie Hall. Among the well-known artists who recently

New documentary about John Lennon’s “Imagine” delves into Yoko Ono’s positive influence on Lennon’s music

Courtesy of A&E

John and Yoko: Above Us Only Sky, a new documentary focusing on the making of John Lennon's classic 1971 album, Imagine, and its title track, gets its U.S. TV premiere