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Credit: Michelle ShiersStone Temple Pilots have premiered a new song called “Three Wishes.” The track, which is available now for digital download, is included on STP’s upcoming acoustic-driven album, Perdida, due out February 7. Perdida, which also features the previously released track “Fare Thee Well,” is STP’s second effort with new lead singer Jeff Gutt, […]

Credit: Colin SmithDavid Lee Roth kicked off his Las Vegas residency at the House of Blues on Wednesday night, and, according to Rolling Stone, the founding Van Halen frontman delivered a set packed with songs by his famous band, plus a few tunes from his solo career. Among the Van Halen songs Diamond Dave performed […]

ABC/Image Group LAOzzy Osbourne‘s Ordinary Man officially has a release date. In a tweet, the Prince of Darkness announced that the album, his first solo effort since 2010’s Scream, will be available for pre-order tonight. If you live in a place where today is already tonight — say, Australia — you can find an Apple […]

Credit: Brantley GutierrezFoo Fighters are among the many artists who’ll be performing at an upcoming star-studded tribute to the late music legend Prince. The Grammy-presented concert, officially dubbed “Let’s Go Crazy: The Grammy Salute to Prince,” will be held January 28 at the Los Angeles Convention Center, two days after the Grammys air on January […]

Courtesy of Stewart CopelandLast year, Police drummer Stewart Copeland revealed that he’ll be hosting a three-part U.K. documentary series that includes an interview he conducted with his old band mate Sting, and now official details about the program have been announced. The show, which initially had been titled What Is Music and Why?, is now […]

Credit: Emily LodgeLongtime Moody Blues singer/bassist John Lodge is gearing up for his first performances of 2020, which includes a stint on the ’70s Rock & Romance Cruise and a series of U.S. concerts in late February and early March. On the cruise and at the stateside gigs, the 74-year-old Rock & Roll Hall of […]

Credit: Jeremy SafferLater this month, Megadeth will return to the road for a European tour with Five Finger Death Punch and Bad Wolves. The outing marks the metal band’s first since frontman Dave Mustaine revealed that he’d been diagnosed with throat cancer last summer. But if you were concerned about Mustaine’s health issues affecting the […]

Credit: dhlovelifeIn November, Neil Young announced that he was working on putting out a variety of archival releases in 2020, the first of which will be Homegrown, a collection of acoustic tunes from 1974 and ’75. Now, Young has posted a message on his Neil Young Archives site revealing some information about another project he’s […]

Paramount PicturesAfter coming away with a couple of Golden Globe awards this past Sunday, Rocketman has now been nominated for another prestigious honor. The Elton John biopic will compete for the Outstanding Film — Wide Release prize at the 31st Annual GLAAD Media Awards, handed out by GLAAD, the world’s largest LGBTQ media advocacy organization. […]

ParlophoneCoinciding with what would have been David Bowie‘s 73rd birthday comes news that a six-song digital EP of rare recordings called David Bowie Is It Any Wonder? will be released one track at a time in weekly installments over a period of six weeks starting today. The first track, which is available now as a […]


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