Tommy James being inducted into New Jersey Hall of Fame in May; will perform at ceremony

1960s pop legend Tommy James is among the 15 noteworthy people with ties to the Garden State who Read More

John Mellencamp's collaborative album with Carlene Carter due in April; full tour in support of record announced

Sad Clowns & Hillbillies, John Mellencamp's recently reported collaborative album with country-folk artist Carlene Carter, now has a release date -- April 21. Mellencamp also has Read More

Grateful Dead's famous 1977 Cornell concert finally getting official release

It's regarded by many Deadheads to be the greatest Grateful Dead concert on tape: A show recorded at Cornell University's Barton Hall in May of 1977.  In fact, it's so famous that in 2012 it was added to the Library of Congres... Read More

HBO to air British documentary David Bowie: The Last Five Years

HBO has acquired the U.S. TV rights to the documentary David Bowie: The Last Five Years.

The BBC Films production aired on BBC Two in the U.K. back in January.  It was directed by Francis Whately as a sequel to t... Read More

Happy anniversary Tommy & Gina: Bon Jovi's "Livin' on a Prayer" went to #1 30 years ago this week

Last year, Bon Jovi's landmark album Slippery When Wet marked its 30th anniversary, but Read More

Funk legend Junie Morrison, of Parliament-Funkadelic and Ohio Players, dead at 62

Walter "Junie" Morrison, the singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist whose synthesizer work, arranging and songwriting shaped funk in the '70s and provided a crucial foundation for the West Coast hip-hop sound, has died at 62... Read More

Moody Blues to celebrate 50th anniversary of "Days of Future Passed" on new North American tour

This November will mark the 50th anniversary of the release of The Moody Blues' symphonic-rock masterpiece Days of Future Passed, and to celebrate the milestone the veteran British band will mount a North American tour dur... Read More

Michael Jackson's "Thriller" reaches new sales milestone

Michael Jackson's Thriller continues to cement its place as the best-selling album in history: It's just become the first album ever to be certified 33-times platinum for both sales and streams. That means that the album ... Read More

The Rolling Stones' Exhibitionism exhibit moving to Chicago in April

After The Rolling Stones' Exhibitionism display ends its run at New York City's Industria Gallery on March 12, the expansive and interactive exhibit Read More

Roger Waters announces solo album's title; joins Nick Mason at London event promoting Pink Floyd exhibit

Former Pink Floyd singer/bassist Roger Waters has revealed the name of his long-awaited new solo album, Is This the Life We Really Want? Waters has posted a brief video on his Read More

"Book Writing Man"? UK book publisher claims he has a copy of an unreleased Mick Jagger memoir

British publisher John Blake claims he has a copy of an unpublished memoir Mick Jagger penned in the early '80s that the Rolling Stones frontman doesn't want to release. Blake has written a piece abo... Read More