Art Garfunkel Overcomes Vocal Paralysis, Is ‘The Singer’ Once More
We’re all classic rock fans here, so we can probably pretty much all agree that the world would be an emptier place without the voice of the guy whose angelic tenor powered ‘Bridge Over Troubled Water.’ But that’s a future that, until relatively recently, we faced thanks to the vocal paralysis that had plagued Art Garfunkel since 2010.
Rolling Stones Mark 50th Anniversary of First Live Gig
They can’t seem to figure out how best to celebrate their 50th anniversary, but yesterday (July 11) the Rolling Stones were able to agree on at least one thing: It was time to return to the site of their first gig and take a picture to mark the occasion.
Steven Tyler Explains Aerosmith Album Delay
They’ve had over a decade to get things just right, so why are Aerosmith bumping back the release date of their long-awaited new album ‘Music From Another Dimension’? According to Steven Tyler, there’s a relatively simple — albeit disappointingly un-rock ‘n’ roll — explanation.
Graham Nash Announces Upcoming Memoir
He’s had one of the more interesting — and successful — careers in rock. And now, Graham Nash will share his story in an autobiography, scheduled to be published in the fall of 2013.
Led Zeppelin II Has Died
A 64-year-old Illinois man who made headlines last year when he changed his name to Led Zeppelin II has passed away after suffering a fatal heart attack.
Heart’s Ann Wilson on the ’80s: ‘You Sell Millions of Records But You’re Dying Inside’
As they head into their fourth decade of making music together, Ann and Nancy Wilson of Heart are still going strong; with a tour, new album, box set, and autobiography on the horizon for 2012, they show no signs of slowing down. And although none of those projects are in stores yet, you can get an early glimpse at what’s in store right now — including video of a rare 1976 performance of the Heart
Paul McCartney Looks Back at ‘Ram’ in New Video
We’ve got just over a month until Paul McCartney treats us to the expanded deluxe reissue of ‘Ram,’ but while you’re counting down the days until your copy of the box set arrives on your doorstep, you can watch a new promotional video in which Sir Paul reflects on the recording of the album.
Mel Gibson Rumored to Say of John Lennon: ‘I’m Glad He’s Dead’
Just when we thought Mel Gibson might have exited the “rage-o-holic crazybags rumors” phase of his career, yesterday came word that his latest film project, a biopic about the Old Testament warrior hero Judah Maccabee, had fallen apart — and out of that mess came a letter from the movie’s would-be screenwriter, Joe Eszterhas, that paints a picture of Gibson as a guy who’s angry at… well, pretty mu
Paul McCartney Reportedly Releasing Deluxe ‘Ram’ Reissue This Spring
We’ve known for awhile that Paul McCartney would be continuing his series of catalog reissues with a deluxe version of 1971′s ‘Ram,’ but now details are starting to surface regarding the release — and we could see the results on store shelves before summer.
Glenn Frey Covers Pop Standards on New Album ‘After Hours’
After taking a 20-year break from solo albums, the Eagles‘ Glenn Frey is ready to step back into the spotlight — but don’t expect new songs from the man who brought you ‘Sexy Girl’ and ‘The One You Love.’ Instead, Frey is delivering a collection of pop standards, titled ‘After Hours.’
David Lee Roth Could Save Your Life with a Frito
Love him or hate him, David Lee Roth has never been anything less than eminently quotable — and his recent interview with the Toronto Sun found Diamond Dave in fine form, riffing on everything from Van Halen‘s longevity in the face of changing trends to the short list of things he’d need to save your life in an emergency.
Bruce Springsteen Reveals ‘Wrecking Ball’ Album Details
We ushered in 2012 with the knowledge that a new Bruce Springsteen album was on the horizon, but we didn’t know just how long we’d have to wait to hear it. As it turns out, the Boss was planning a January surprise for us: Today (Jan...