Vida Blue continued their fall tour at The Fillmore in Philadelphia on Friday night.
Umphrey’s McGee hit Sprint Pavilion in Charlotteville, Virginia on Friday night. The band busted out “Two Tickets To Paradise” for the first time in more than two years in honor of Eddie Money who died last week.
The band will follow-up their 2019 debut ‘Live For The Moment’ with the James Skelly-produced record on October 4, via Infectious Music.
Iconic English rock band The Who may be in their 55th year of existence, but there’s no sign of stopping.
Ryan Seacrest could get behind a full-blown American Idol reunion!
Emeli Sandé has been announced as playing support / special guest for Westlife’s 2020 gig in Páirc Uí Chaoimh.
Although the tickets and details of the show haven’t yet been announced, Celine Dion is expected to play Dublin as part of her ongoing world tour.
The late record producer Bob Johnston’s résumé includes Johnny Cash’s Folsom Prison and San Quentin live LPs, and the first three enduring albums of Leonard Cohen: Songs From A Room, Songs of Love and Hate and Love Songs. Johnston also produced Bob Dylan’s Highway 61 Revisited, Blonde on Blonde, Self Portrait, New Morning and John Wesley Harding.
As part of Merge’s sold-out “Born Under a Good Sign” vinyl subscription series, A Giant Dog have covered Arcade Fire’s Neon Bible in its entirety. It’ll be available to stream at midnight tonight and will be available to purchase on black vinyl at select record stores in October.
The latest battle has been over their classic song “Stairway to Heaven,” and amazingly, court proceedings are now in their fifth year. On September 23rd, the battle continues — once again — in federal court.