HBO will air an in-depth documentary look at The Union, the memorable 2010 collaboration between Elton John and longtime idol Leon Russell.Read more ›
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Bruce Springsteen's as-yet-untitled album reportedly to include loops, electronic drums and hip-hop rhythms
A member of the Bruce Springsteen camp tells the Hollywood Reporter that the singer-songwriter is venturing into some unexpected areas on his as-yet-untitled new release — including loops, electronic percussion and influences as diverse as Irish folk and even hip hop.Read more ›
Fresh off a Grammy nomination for his silky-smooth R&B project The Reflection, Keb’ Mo’ says he’ll likely return to his blues roots for his next album — though he no regrets about dabbling in new sounds.Read more ›
Black Sabbath's Tony Iommi 'overwhelmed' by fan support, vows to continue reunion album despite cancer diagnosis
Ailing Black Sabbath co-founder Tony Iommi thanked fans for their outpouring of good wishes in a statement — and vowed to continue to work on a long-awaited project featuring the band’s original lineup despite his recent lymphoma diagnosis.Read more ›
Ex-Journey lead singer Steve Perry, fresh off overseeing his former band’s Greatest Hits Vol. 2 and a vinyl reissue of the smash 1984 solo album Street Talk, is taking a broader view on a series of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame snubs over the years.Read more ›
Bob Mould will perform 1992′s Copper Blue, from his post-Husker Du band Sugar, as part of the 20th annual Noise Pop Festival in San Francisco.Read more ›
Steven Tyler has had plenty to say about the upcoming season of “American Idol.” But what, you know, about his other hobby — Aerosmith?Read more ›
Andy Warhol’s iconic banana image from the debut album of the Velvet Underground has certainly been famous for more than 15 minutes. In fact, it’s slated to begin showing up soon on cases, sleeves and bags — but the Velvets aim to block the move.Read more ›
Neil Peart on Rush's long-awaited new studio release: 'Odd numbers of beats, bars, and measures all over the place'
Drummer Neil Peart has given fans new insight into Rush’s long-awaited new studio album — both in the way that it will sound, and his part in advancing the songs.Read more ›