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Roger Waters has released The Lockdown Sessions EP. The Pink Floyd legend – who founded the legendary prog rock band and fronted it from 1968 to 1983 – released a darker version of the band’s 1979 classic ‘Comfortably Numb’ last month and followed it up with his own collection of classics. And his solo recordings […]

Wolfgang Van Halen says working on a new album gave him the strength to carry on after his father’s death. Guitar god Eddie Van Halen sadly passed away in October 2020 at the age of 65 after a long battle with cancer, and his son admitted that playing music is what keeps him going. Speaking […]

ABKCO Records has shared plans to release The Rolling Stones on colored vinyl in a mono box next January. Originally released on black vinyl in 2016, the new version features the entire 1960 recording by The Rolling Stones in several vinyl colors chosen to match the releases’ original cover art. This long, out-of-print collection brings […]

Axl Rose heeft een eerbetoon gebracht aan Nazareth-zanger Dan McCafferty, die eerder deze maand op 76-jarige leeftijd stierf. De frontman van Guns N’ Roses ging zaterdag (19 november) naar zijn Twitter om te schrijven: “Ik heb dit niet aangepakt … was een zware pil om te slikken. Heel, heel verdrietig om te horen van het […]

Sting has announced a string of new UK dates as part of his ‘My Songs 2023’ world tour. The former Police star will play Bedford Park in Bedfordshire, East England, on June 24, before heading up north to Scarborough to rock the Open Air Theatre on June 25. He’s then due to play Lytham Festival […]

Taylor Hawkins hoped to be playing songs with Dave Grohl even when the musicians were in their 70s, it’s revealed in the new documentary Let There Be Drums. It features interviews with a wide range of drummers and their families, and director Justin Kreutzmann – son of the Grateful Dead’s Bill Kreutzmann – said Hawkins […]

AC/DC inspired a new children’s alphabet book. The legend of the “Highway to Hell” is the subject of a new book aimed at preschoolers by Australian business, travel and record company Love Police. The alphabet is illustrated with bright images and humor inspired by hard rockers and their music. “AC/DC AB/CD High-Voltage Alphabet” designed and […]

Dave Navarro has pulled out of Jane’s Addiction’s upcoming tour as he continues to battle COVID-19. The 55-year-old rocker has been unwell since December due to lingering viral symptoms and is too “tired” to go on the 32-date Spirits On Fire tour with Smashing Pumpkins starting next month. Dave is particularly upset because they wanted […]

Arctic Monkeys have a new song out today (29.09.22) called “Body Paint”. Alex Turner and co performed the final single from their new LP “The Car” at a recent concert in New York. Another track from Tranquility Base Hotel and Casino’s 2018 follow-up is BBC Radio 1’s ‘Hottest Record in the World’. Indie legends shared […]

President Joe Biden and First Lady Dr. Jill Biden hosted Sir Elton John, multiple Grammy Award-winning recording artist and founder of the Elton John AIDS Foundation, and his husband, David Furnish, on “A Night When Hope.” and History Rhyme” was organized in collaboration with The History Channel and A E Networks. The President and First […]