A lot of people don’t remember Todd Rundgren today, and it’s really a damn shame. Because, back in his late-1970s and early-1980s heyday, Todd Rundgren was the man.
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Jam-packed week ahead for Paul McCartney, with new album, Hollywood Walk of Fame star, MusiCares award and Grammy appearance
Paul McCartney had best have on a pair of comfortable shoes. It’s going to be a busy week. His new standards album, Kisses on the Bottom, drops next Tuesday, of course. But that’s just the beginning.
Fans of William Shatner’s work away from the bridge of the starship Enterprise will remember that 2011’s Seeking Major Tom wasn’t the former Capt. James T. Kirk’s first foray into music. His singing career (OK, insert joke here) actually began with the release of The Transformed Man
NFL officials have banned the use of disgraced glam-rocker Gary Glitter’s “Rock and Roll Part 2” — or, as it’s more commonly known, “The Hey Song” — in advance of this Sunday’s Super Bowl.
Something Else! sneak peek: Van Halen, David Lee Roth play secret pre-tour show; see the highlights!
Van Halen played a secret show — well, not really: there were some 250 invited guests and media folks — at Henson Studios in Los Angeles overnight, as the band preps to tour again with original frontman David Lee Roth.
A founding member of 10cc has been at work on a new app that will let musicians share their work globally. Featured performers on the app include Ronnie Wood of the Rolling Stones and The Edge of U2.
Ian Anderson has followed up his recent announcement of a 19-date concert tour to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Jethro Tull’s Thick as a Brick with something perhaps even more interesting: He plans to release a solo sequel to the 1972 prog-rock classic.
Often bootlegged, but never officially released — until now — the Rolling Stones’ Dec. 18, 1981 date at Hampton, Va., has become something of a legend. Now, the band will be adding the show to its Rolling Stones Archives site
Neil Young has given fans a sneak peek at his long-awaited new collaboration with Crazy Horse, posting a sizzling, 37-minute long track — appropriately titled “Horse Back.”
When David Lee Roth confirmed recently that Van Halen returned to the band’s vaults in search of old pieces of music and existing lyrics for a much-anticipated new album, it brought up the question of royalties for original bassist Michael Anthony.