Daily Archives: April 5, 2019

Green Day never used a guitar tuner until “Dookie,” says Billie Joe Armstrong

ABC/Heidi GutmanIf you've ever tried to play songs from Green Day's early material yourself but could never find the right sound, that may be because Billie Joe Armstrong and company never used

Motley Crue’s “The Dirt” book returns to “New York Times” best-sellers list

HarperCollins PublishersFollowing the release of Motley Crue's biopic The Dirt, the band's autobiography of the same name, which inspired the movie, has returned to the New York Times best-sellers list.

The book currently

Nirvana shares message to Kurt Cobain on 25th anniversary of his death

Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic, IncNirvana has shared a message the late Kurt Cobain to mark the fact that today is the 25th anniversary of his death.

The legendary grunge band tweeted Friday, "Kurt -- You

Check out clips of Tom Petty’s final interview in trailer for star-studded new documentary, “Echo in the Canyon”

Greenwich EntertainementTom Petty, Ringo Starr, Eric Clapton and Brian Wilson are among the many stars featured in Echo in the Canyon, a new documentary focusing on the influential music scene that

Rolling Stones concert film and album documenting 1997 show in Bremen, Germany, due out in June

Eagle VisionThe Rolling Stones' have announced plans for the latest installment in their series of archival audio and video concert releases.

Bridges to Bremen documents a September 2, 1998, show in Germany that

Mick Jagger officially “doing very well,” says rep; singer says he’s “feeling much better now”

PALACE LEE / Barcroft Media via Getty ImagesFollowing widespread media speculation, a rep for Mick Jagger has now officially confirmed that the Rolling Stones legend has "successfully undergone treatment."

"He is doing very

Aerosmith kicks off ‘Deuces Are Wild’ Las Vegas residency Saturday

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Aerosmith will get back in the saddle in a big way Saturday, when the rock legends kick off their new Las Vegas residency at the Park Theater at Park

Adventures in Utopia: Video/album documenting 2018 reunion show by Todd Rundgren’s old band arrives today

Cleopatra Records

Last spring, Todd Rundgren reunited his old band, Utopia, for its first tour in 32 years. Now a live album and concert video documenting a May 22 concert in Chicago

“Music has never been the same”: Kurt Cobain died 25 years ago today

Frank Micelotta/Getty ImagesToday marks the 25th anniversary of Kurt Cobain's death.

The iconic Nirvana frontman, who helped bring grunge to the mainstream with his dark, confessional lyrics and his band's distorted sound, was