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Elton John says new animated movie “Sherlock Gnomes” is “a love letter to London”

Gregg DeGuire/FilmMagicElton John is the executive producer of the new animated movie Sherlock Gnomes, which also features his songs. Elton feels the sequel to 2011's Gnomeo and Juliet is better than

Remastered reissues of Led Zeppelin’s archival live album “How the West Was Won” arrive today

Atlantic/Swan SongThe remastered reissues of Led Zeppelin's 2003 archival live album How the West Was Won got their release on Friday.

How the West Was Won features performances from two California concerts Led

New Neil Young film “Paradox” premieres today on Netflix; Young taking part in screening events this weekend

Credit: Dana FinemanParadox, the new movie starring Neil Young that was written and directed by his girlfriend, actress Daryl Hannah, made its debut today on Netflix. Young and Hannah also will be

From Sir, with Peace and Love: Ringo Starr announces first US tour with his All Starr Band since being knighted

Credit: Scott Robert RitchieJust days after being knighted in his U.K. homeland, Sir Ringo Starr has announced plans to bring his All Starr Band around the U.S. for a new tour leg

Report: Surviving Cars will reunite to perform at Rock Hall induction ceremony

Credit: Jeff AlbertsonThe Cars are one of six artists being inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame next month in Cleveland, and now comes word that the band's surviving members

ZZ Top’s Billy Gibbons says jamming with John Fogerty during the Blues & Bayous Tour is “gonna be cool”

Courtesy of John Fogerty/CAAZZ Top will team up soon with ex-Creedence Clearwater Revival frontman John Fogerty for the Blues & Bayous Tour, which kicks off May 25 in Atlantic City, New

Watch Red Hot Chili Peppers members rock with Pearl Jam in Brazil

Credit: Steve KerosPearl Jam's show in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Wednesday was extra spicy thanks to members of Red Hot Chili Peppers.

Drummer Chad Smith and guitarist Josh Klinghoffer joined Eddie Vedder and

Elton John’s music gave “Sherlock Gnomes” “a real character of its own,” says star James McAvoy

Alberto E. Rodriguez/WireImageSir Elton John loves a good gnome-themed literary pun.

The pop-rock legend produced the 2011 animated film Gnomeo & Juliet and returns as producer for its upcoming sequel, Sherlock Gnomes. He

New concert film capturing 2016 John Mellencamp show to be released as DVD/CD, Blu-ray CD in May

Eagle Rock Entertainment/Republic RecordsThe new John Mellencamp concert film and documentary that premiered last month on Netflix is now set to be released as a home video May 11. Plain Spoken: From

Robert Plant, Foo Fighters among headliners at 2018 KAABOO Del Mar festival

Courtesy of Virgin Produced

Robert Plant and the Sensational Space Shifters and Foo Fighters are among the artists who will headline the fourth annual KAABOO Del Mar festival, which is scheduled for

Rod Stewart says musicians announcing their retirement is “dishonest” and “not rock ‘n roll”

Charles Sykes/BravoIn a recent interview, Rod Stewart said he teased his friend Elton John for announcing that his upcoming tour will be his last and that he's retiring from

Billy Corgan addresses D’arcy Wretzky, politics and being a “class-A heel”

Credit: Olivia BeeBilly Corgan touches on a variety of topics in his first interview since Smashing Pumpkins announced their Shiny and Oh So Bright reunion tour. Speaking with The New York Times,

Rush’s Geddy Lee planning to hang with some Barenaked Ladies this Sunday night

Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagicRush became a member of the Canadian Music Hall of Fame back in 1994, and now the group's frontman, Geddy Lee, will be on hand at the 2018 Juno Awards this

Slash ft. Myles Kennedy & the Conspirators to release third album this fall

Credit: Scott UchidaSlash is back to rock solo once more.

The Guns N' Roses guitarist will release his third studio album this fall with his backing band, Myles Kennedy & the Conspirators. The

New Steven Tyler documentary to premiere at Nashville Film Festival in May

Courtesy of Momentum PicturesA documentary titled Steven Tyler: Out on a Limb, focusing on the making of the Aerosmith singer's country-flavored debut solo album We're All Somebody from Somewhere, will premiere at

Cheap Trick’s Robin Zander to make Broadway debut in classical/rock mashup musical “Rocktopia”

Courtesy of Rocktopia; Danny McClisterCheap Trick frontman Robin Zander has signed on to make an appearance as a featured singer next month in the just-launched Broadway production Rocktopia, which combines classic rock

Report: Roger Daltrey rakes in $1 million to play at California doctor’s 60th birthday party

ABC/Rick CartwrightRoger Daltrey helped make a California doctor's 60th birthday an extremely special one, when the Who singer and his solo band played Saturday at a party for the pain-medicine specialist, TMZ

Fleetwood Mac’ “Rumours” among the musical works entered into National Recording Registry

RhinoFleetwood Mac's best-selling 1977 album Rumours is among the 25 entries for 2017 into The Library of Congress' National Recording Registry, the collection of recorded works singled out for their historical,