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ABC/Randy HolmesOzzy Osbourne will release a new solo track this Friday. We don’t know the name of the tune just yet, but you can check out a 13-second preview now via the Metal Madman’s Twitter. Ozzy previously revealed he began working on a new album earlier this year after collaborating with Post Malone on the […]

Courtesy of Lockn’ FestivalOrganizers of the Lockn’ Music Festival have revealed that the eighth annual edition of the jam-heavy music extravaganza will be an all-star celebration of founding Grateful Dead bassist Phil Lesh‘s 80th birthday. The 2020 event will take place June 19 to June 21 at its usual location, Infinity Downs and Oak Ridge […]

ABC/Travis BellFoo Fighters have been growing strong for over 20 years at this point, but drummer Taylor Hawkins is prepared for it to all go away at any moment. “You still have to treat every gig and every session like it could be the last,” Hawkins tells Billboard. “Because there may come a point where Dave […]

Courtesy of Recovery Troubadour RecordsFormer Joan Jett & the Blackhearts guitarist Ricky Byrd is preparing a follow-up to his 2017 solo album, Clean Getaway. In a message posted on his official website, the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee and longtime recovery advocate reports that the new record will focus on the same themes […]

Capitol/UMe The 50th anniversary reissue of The Band‘s acclaimed self-titled second album will be released on November 15. Founding Band guitarist Robbie Robertson oversaw the project with award-winning engineer Bob Clearmountain, and he tells Billboard that improving on the original mix proved to be an almost futile task. “I went back to the original masters […]

Pink Floyd Music Ltd./Legacy RecordingsGerald Scarfe, the artist who created the surreal images for Pink Floyd‘s The Wall album, tour and film, is selling his huge archive of memorabilia and artwork from The Wall projects via the San Francisco Art Exchange. “It is a time capsule,” Scarfe says in a statement, “a treasure trove which […]

Credit: Myriam SantosJoe Walsh lent his talents his brother-in-law Ringo Starr‘s new solo album, What’s My Name, including playing guitar on a cover of a rare John Lennon ballad called “Grow Old with Me” that also features Paul McCartney. The longtime Eagles guitarist tells Billboard that it was “a real honor and privilege” to contribute […]

Credit: DH LovelifeNeil Young hasn’t announced any touring plans for 2020 yet, but the folk-rock legend says he turned down a big payday to do a trek celebrating his most successful album, 1972’s Harvest. In an in-depth new interview with AARP The Magazine, Young reveals, “I was just offered millions of dollars for a tour […]

Courtesy of Henry HoltIn his new autobiography, ME, Elton John goes into great detail about his struggles with substance abuse, his eventual recovery and 20 years of sobriety.  Now, in a new interview with Variety, Elton says he felt that one of his biggest hits in the ’90s was his reward for being able to […]

Courtesy Songwriters Hall of FameR.E.M., Journey, Steve Miller, Patti Smith, The Beach Boys‘ Mike Love and former Eurythmics members Annie Lennox and Dave Stewart are among 24 music acts that have been nominated for induction into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2020. All of the aforementioned artists have been nominated in the Performing Songwriters […]


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