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Credit: Rob DeMartinAs Bruce Springsteen prepares to wind down his successful New York City stage production, Springsteen on Broadway, this month, the veteran rocker reveals that he plans to release a new studio album and mount a tour with the E Street Band in 2019. In a new interview with The Sunday Times of London, […]

Credit: Olivia BeeThe history of rock is full of drama, and The Smashing Pumpkins are certainly no exception. One would think that the story of the ’90s alt-rock legends would be ripe for the biopic treatment, but Billy Corgan doesn’t think that’s likely. During a Q&A on Corgan’s Instagram Story, a fan asked the musician […]

Credit: Travis ShinFollowing the success of its acclaimed 2018 album Firepower, Judas Priest will blast its way across North America next year on a new tour that kicks off May 3 in Hollywood, Florida. The trek, which features more than 30 dates, is mapped out through a June 29 concert in Las Vegas. Fellow veteran […]

ABC/Randy HolmesHappy Birthday to the Prince of Darkness himself, Ozzy Osbourne, who turned 70 today. The Birmingham, U.K. native is undoubtedly one of the most famous and beloved heavy-metal singers on the planet. As the frontman of Black Sabbath, Osbourne helped define the metal genre thanks to his otherworldly vocals on such classic tunes as […]

Brandise Daneswich; Lera PenteluteJackson Browne lends backing vocals to young singer/songwriter Phoebe Bridgers‘ new rendition of “Christmas Song,” a 2008 tune by Nebraska-based indie-folk act McCartney Trenching. The song is a melancholy ode to the depression some people deal with during the Christmas season. Browne’s harmony vocals are heard during the majority of the track. […]

ABC/Craig SjodinEddie Vedder performed Sunday at the Global Citizen Mandela 100 festival, held in Johannesburg, South Africa to celebrate the centennial of Nelson Mandela‘s birth. During his set, the Pearl Jam frontman paid tribute to his late grunge contemporary, Chris Cornell. Prior to playing the Pearl Jam song “Long Road,” which Vedder described as a […]

MJ Kim/© MPL Communications Ltd.Paul McCartney has announced that he’ll kick off the 2019 edition of his Freshen Up Tour with a series of South American shows in March. The ex-Beatles star has confirmed four shows on the continent — on March 20 in Santiago, Chile; March 23 in Buenos Aires, Argentina; March 26 in […]

Jamie McCarthy/Getty ImagesFrances Bean Cobain has shared another new clip of an original song. On her Instagram, the daughter of Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love uploaded a video of herself strumming an acoustic guitar while singing the lyrics “No one told me/how I should love myself/Damn near killed me/damn near killed myself.” Throughout the year, […]

© 2018 Lynn Goldsmith; Cleopatra BooksTodd Rundgren will launch what’s being billed as the first hybrid concert/book tour this April in support of his new autobiography, The Individualist: Digressions, Dreams & Dissertations, which will be published on December 21. The trek will kick off with four European shows before Rundgren embarks on a North American […]

Bojan Hohnjec/© Miracle Productions LLPWith the box office success of Bohemian Rhapsody proving there’s still a thirst for all things Queen, the band’s taking to the road once again for a limited North American tour next year. Dubbed the Rhapsody tour, the band promises a “a brand new larger-than-life production.”  Original Queen guitarist Brian May […]


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