Brian May Reveals What Adam Lambert Can Do, That Freddie Mercury Couldn’t

“When Roger and I play, you can put – in some way – the stamp of Queen on it,” Brian May said in a behind-the-scenes video courtesy of Universal Music Japan, while discussing the band’s current tour. “It’s not Queen … Continue reading

Watch Paul McCartney’s Appearance on The Daily Show

Paul McCartney appeared on The Daily Show Tuesday night, discussing his new single and video, “Hope For the Future” with host Jon Stewart. The pair joked around about Macca’s success in music, and discussed why the ex-Beatle decided to write … Continue reading

Joan Jett, Lou Reed, Stevie Ray Vaughan Among 2015 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductees

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has announced its 2015 inductees, and honorees include Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble, Lou Reed (as a solo artist), Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, Green Day, Bill Withers, and the Paul Butterfield … Continue reading

Paul McCartney Reflects on 34th Anniversary of John Lennon’s Death, Shares Memories

In a new interview with CBC, Paul McCartney discusses his new single – the title track from the brand new video game, Destiny – as well as reflecting on the 34th anniversary of John Lennon’s death, while sharing memories of … Continue reading

Watch Joe Perry’s Video for ‘Run Run Rudolph’

Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry has released a video for his cover of Chuck Berry’s “Run Run Rudolph”. The song is one of four tracks on his new EP, Joe Perry’s Merry Christmas. Download the EP on iTunes now > “Run … Continue reading

Rare John Lennon Photos On Display in Liverpool

Rare photographs of John Lennon are on display in Liverpool in an exhibition by legendary rock and roll photographer Bob Gruen. The photographs, taken during Lennon’s time in New York, have never been on display publicly outside of New York … Continue reading

David Gilmour Performs ‘Wish You Were Here’ During Rare Live Performance

David Gilmour surprised fans this weekend, making a rare and surprise live appearance. Gilmour performed with indie rock band Bombay Bicycle Club in London on Saturday – his first public performance since 2011, when he briefly reunited with Roger Waters … Continue reading

Behind-The-Scenes Look at The Who’s 50th Anniversary Tour

The Who have kicked off their 50th Anniversary tour to rave reviews in the U.K. and will tour stateside beginning in April 2015. Check out this video featuring a behind-the scenes look at The Who Hits 50! Tour: 2015 Tour … Continue reading

Creedence Clearwater Members Suing John Fogerty

John Fogerty has spoken out about the lawsuit brought up against him by former Creedence Clearwater Revival bandmates. “The people who come to my shows know they will hear me sing and play the songs I wrote and recorded over … Continue reading

14 Rush Re-Issues Due Out in 2015

Rush will re-release 14 albums from the Mercury era in 2015, starting with Fly By Night on January 27th. The additional 13 albums will be released one or two per month, throughout the year in chronological order. Earlier in 2014, … Continue reading

U2 Adds More Tour Dates After Tickets Sell Out

When tickets for U2′s iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE Tour went on sale Monday, shows in multiple cities across North American and Europe quickly sold out. Now the band has added more two-night stands to the tour including additional shows in New … Continue reading

Bob Dylan To Release Sinatra Covers Album

Bob Dylan will release a new album in February, the follow-up to 2012′s Tempest. Shadows In The Night, which is being produced by Dylan under his pseudonym Jack Frost, features 10 Frank Sinatra songs including “Autumn Leaves,” and “Stay With … Continue reading

Steven Van Zandt and Jimmy Fallon Perform “My Kind of Town”

During his appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Tuesday night, Steven Van Zandt and the late night host performed the Frank Sinatra hit “My Kind of Town.” Van Zandt’s appearance on the show coincided with the release … Continue reading

Mick Fleetwood Discusses Tour, Autobiography And How He “Felt Like a Whore” in New CBC Interview

In a recent interview with CBC’s Tom Power, Mick Fleetwood discusses his new autobiography, Play On: Now Then, and Fleetwood Mac, the band’s current tour, and why he “felt like a whore” trying to make the band’s co-founder, Peter Green, … Continue reading

Elton John Joins Lineup for Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve

Elton John will ring in the New Year by performing “I’m Still Standing”  for Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve right after the ball drops this January 1st. The performance will take place at his concert at the Barclays Center … Continue reading