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Geffen/UMeThe 1989 Lynyrd Skynyrd best-of compilation Skynyrd’s Innyrds: Their Greatest Hits has just been reissued on vinyl. The album is available on standard black vinyl and limited-edition brown vinyl. The 10-track collection is the Southern rock legends’ best-selling album to date, having sold more than five million copies in the U.S. alone. Among the classic […]

Photo: Brian Love/BMGBeach Boys singer Mike Love‘s new holiday album, Reason for the Season, is a family affair featuring vocal contributions from four of his children — daughters Hayleigh and Ambha, and sons Christian and Brian — and from the sibling pop group Hanson. The 12-track collection includes original holiday songs, covers of modern Christmas […]

ABC/Randy HolmesRock artists aren’t particularly known for producing too many “happy” songs, but that doesn’t mean they don’t need a musical pick-me-up here and there. In an article for Forbes, rockers including Heart‘s Ann Wilson, Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl and Smashing Pumpkins leader Billy Corgan pick their favorite happy songs. Wilson picks the John […]

Sony/Legacy RecordingsToto‘s massive limited-edition All In box set, celebrating the band’s 40th anniversary, got its release today. The package features 11 previously available Toto albums spread across 17 vinyl LPs and 13 CDs, as well as the previously unreleased Live in Tokyo EP, which was recorded in 1980, and a newly created album called Old […]

Danny North; Ben Gibson/Rocket EntertainmentU2, The Eagles, Elton John, Journey and Def Leppard are among the nominees for the 30th annual Pollstar Awards, given out by Pollstar, the trade publication for the concert industry. U2 is nominated in the Major Tour of the Year and Best Rock Tour categories, while The Eagles, Metallica, Foo Fighters […]

© Point of View by Chris Stein, Rizzoli, 2018/Photography © Chris SteinBlondie frontwoman Debbie Harry and guitarist Chris Stein will take part in a Q&A event tonight at Cooper Union in New York City that will focus on Stein’s new photography book, Point of View: Me, New York City, and the Punk Scene. The event, […]

ABC/Randy HolmesThe late Chris Cornell and Queens of the Stone Age frontman Josh Homme narrate a new documentary about the life and career of Chilean-born musician and producer Alain Johannes. The film, titled Unfinished Plan: The Path of Alain Johannes, will be screening from December 14 to December 20 at Laemmle’s Glendale Theatre in Los […]

Credit: Karsten StaigerForeigner wraps up its 2018 tour this week with special “Double Vision: Then and Now” reunion concerts tonight in Atlantic City, New Jersey, and tomorrow in Uncasville, Connecticut. The upcoming shows follow a pair of similar gigs that the band played earlier this month in Southern California. The concerts begin with a set […]

Credit: Anna WebberThe David Crosby documentary that’s being co-produced by rock journalist and filmmaker Cameron Crowe will get its world premiere at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival, which will take place from January 24 to February 3 in multiple locations in Utah. The movie, titled David Crosby: Remember My Name, was directed by A.J. Eaton […]

Matt Baron/ShutterstockWhen Elton John canceled his show in Orlando, Florida earlier this week due to an ear infection, he apologized for disappointing his fans, but one fan in particular is so upset that apparently, only physical combat will make him feel better. WWE superstar Kevin Owens was in the concert venue in Orlando Tuesday night […]


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