Daily Archives: March 14, 2019

Sting scheduled two-show stand at Chicago-area Ravinia Festival in August

ABC/Paul LoboSting has added an August 23-24 stand at the Ravinia Festival in the Chicago suburb of Highland Park, Illinois, to his late-summer U.S. tour itinerary.

Tickets for the two concerts won't

Metallica’s next album will arrive “a lot sooner than the previous two did,” says Robert Trujillo

ABC/Randy HolmesWhen Metallica's latest album, 2016's Hardwired...to Self-Destruct, finally arrived, it had been eight years since the metal legends released its predecessor, 2008's Death Magnetic. And before that, they hadn't released a

Pete Townshend says Roger Daltrey’s vocals sound “terrific” on new Who material; hopes to finish album in April

William Snyder/TrinifoldIn a new update on The Who.com, The Who's Pete Townshend discusses the progress the band is making on its upcoming album, and also shares details about a press day that

The Tubes to play entire “The Completion Backward Principle” album on tour this spring

Credit: PC Juergen "Spaches" Spachmann

The Tubes will be playing select tour dates this spring that will feature a full performance of the veteran San Francisco band's 1981 album, The Completion

Rolling Stones to release new compilation, “Honk,” featuring hits, recent live performances

Polydor/InterscopeA new Rolling Stones best-of compilation titled Honk will be released in multiple formats and configurations on April 19, one day before the band kicks off its 2019 No Filter Tour of

Stevie Nicks dedicates “Landslide” to “Game of Thrones” star at Fleetwood Mac show

Kevin Mazur/Getty ImagesStevie Nicks has always been very vocal about her love of HBO's Game of Thrones, but she took it to the next level at Fleetwood Mac's concert in New Jersey

Ozzy Osbourne is “A-OK” and back to “complaining” following hospitalization, says family

ABC/Randy HolmesOzzy Osbourne has been complaining a lot lately, and apparently that's a good thing.

Speaking with Access, the metal legend's wife Sharon and son Jack say that his increase in complaints means

The Zombies, Yes’ Alan White among artists appearing at New Jersey’s 2019 Fest for Beatles Fans

Courtesy of The Fest for Beatles FansThe Zombies and longtime Yes drummer Alan White are among the music stars that will appear at the 2019 New York-area edition of The Fest

John Mellencamp receiving humanitarian award for his work with Farm Aid

Credit: Myrna SuarezThe charity WhyHunger will present John Mellencamp with its ASCAP Harry Chapin Humanitarian Award at the organization's 20th annual WhyHunger Chapin Awards, taking place June 5 at City Winery