In some ways, time seems to have softened Roger Waters’ feelings about his old band, at least based on comments he made Wednesday on the Howard Stern radio program. But he can still be brutally honest about their legacy.
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Gary Glitter, now a registered sex offender in his native England, could be plotting a comeback this year — if a Twitter account claiming to belong to the fallen pop star is to be believed.
Ever wondered which guitar “gently weeped” for George Harrison? Now can you find out — right on your iPad.
Can’t wait for Wrecking Ball, the long-awaited Bruce Springsteen album, to hit shelves on March 6? Neither can we. So, we dug around and collected four songs from the just-announced track listing.
Tune in live to PaulMcCartney.com today (Thursday, January 19) at 11 a.m. Eastern to get an exclusive live behind-the-scenes broadcast of Paul’s Q&A session with some of the world’s media. PaulMcCartney.com will stream 30 minutes of interviews, as the ex-Beatle talks with press from around the world
Steven Tyler will be there to promote the new season of “American Idol,” set to start on Wednesday. But the big news associated with his stop on Friday, Jan. 20, as a guest on “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno” is a partial reunion of Aerosmith, as Tyler will be joined by guitarist Joe Perry for a musical performance.
Jon Anderson and Rick Wakeman are appearing this week on “InTheStudio: The Stories Behind History’s Greatest Rock Bands,” as the syndicated rock radio show celebrates the 40th anniversary of Yes’ Fragile.
“Under African Skies,” a new documentary from Joe Berlinger on the making of Paul Simon’s Graceland, will debut on Jan. 22 at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival.
Levon Helm, the Grammy-winning co-founding member of the Band, is set to undergo an undisclosed medical procedure that will keep him from performing for at least a month.
HBO will air an in-depth documentary look at The Union, the memorable 2010 collaboration between Elton John and longtime idol Leon Russell.