Paul McCartney to Return Catalog to Streaming Services
Back in February, Paul McCartney pulled his entire solo and Wings catalog from streaming services such as Rhapsody and Spotify. However, he appears to have had a change of heart. Seattle Weekly is reporting that several of his albums are currently available to subscribers at two of the most popular …
Beatles-Themed Cruise to Launch in 2013
With music festival cruises being all the rage these days, it makes sense that there would be a cruise dedicated to the most popular group of all-time. In March 2013, the Cruise for Beatles Fans will sail from Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. on the sea of green for a week-long floating celebration of all thing…
New DVD Examines the History of Bob Dylan and the Band
On Sept. 25, MVD will released ‘Down in the Flood,’ a documentary that looks at the storied history of Bob Dylan and the Band.
The Doors’ 1968 Hollywood Bowl Concert Gets Tricked-Out Audio and Video Re-Releases
For the first time ever, fans of the Doors will be able to hear the entirety of their famous concert at the Hollywood Bowl on July 5, 1968. On Oct. 23, the band will release ‘Live at the Bowl ’68′ in both video (DVD, Blu-ray, digital) and audio (CD, LP, digital) formats.
Joe Perry Ready to Tell His Version of the Aerosmith Story
Few people have lived out the sex, drugs and rock n’ roll lifestyle — and come out of it with his coolness intact — as thoroughly as Joe Perry. Now, the Aerosmith guitarist is planning to tell the world about what it’s like to be him. In a new interview, Perry revealed that he recently signed a deal…
New Jimmy Page Book Compiles Interviews with Led Zeppelin Legend
Throughout his career, rock legend Jimmy Page has never been much for publicity. However, journalist Brad Tolinski has been fortunate enough to interview the guitar god many times over the past 20 years and has compiled those chats into a new book, ‘Light & Shade: Conversations with Ji…
Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler Explains Why He Took the ‘Idol’ Job
Now that his tenure as judge on ‘American Idol’ is over, Aerosmith lead singer Steven Tyler can stop making a fool of himself on national television and go back to doing it onstage, where it works a lot better. In a new interview, Tyler discussed his motives for taking the job.
Beatles Release ‘Tomorrow Never Knows’ Digital Compilation
Back in 1976, when Capitol was looking for new ways to re-package the Beatles catalog to their millions of fans, the label released the two-volume ‘Rock ‘n’ Roll Music.’ The LPs consisted of the some of the most raucous cuts from their incredible catalog a…
Bruce Springsteen Reveals Bouts Of Depression
As Bruce Springsteen‘s career skyrocketed in the early ’80s, he struggled with depression and self-isolation stemming from his complex relationship with his father. This news, and many others, are revealed in an extensive piece in the new issue of the New Yorker.
Stephen Stills Closes the Door on Future CSN Albums
Stephen Stills, one-third of Crosby, Stills and Nash, has suggested that the legendary folk-rock trio are finished as a recording entity. The trio are currently on a massive tour together.
Elvis Presley’s Crypt Pulled from Auction — Today in Creepy News
One of the creepier stories to pass through our desks recently was the news that the crypt that briefly housed Elvis Presley after his death was going to be auctioned off. However, Julien’s Auctions in Beverly Hills, which was slated to sell the crypt on Sunday (June 24) as part of t…
Steve Winwood Joins Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers Onstage In London
There’s nothing better at a concert than hearing the lead singer say something like, “We’d like to bring out a special guest to help us out tonight.” You can feel the excitement in the venue as the crowd tries to figure out who will appear …