Slash Wonders How He Can Get to ‘Sesame Street’
Katy Perry and the Goo Goo Dolls have done it, so why can’t Slash? That’s the question the top-hatted guitar legend is asking the producers of ‘Sesame Street.’
Steven Tyler Explains Aerosmith Album Delay
They’ve had over a decade to get things just right, so why are Aerosmith bumping back the release date of their long-awaited new album ‘Music From Another Dimension’? According to Steven Tyler, there’s a relatively simple — albeit disappointingly un-rock ‘n’ roll — explanation.
Queen, Elton John to Perform Before Soccer’s Euro 2012 Finals
Queen aren’t playing a ton of dates with interim vocalist Adam Lambert this year, but they’re making the most of the ones they do have on the schedule — such as their gig before the Euro 2012 finals in Kiev on June 30, which will find the band joining forces with Elton John.
Paul McCartney Visits John Lennon’s Alma Mater
The Liverpool College of Art, the college where John Lennon and original Beatles bassist Stu Sutcliffe studied in the ’50s, has been purchased by the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts (or LIPA), a UK arts program co-founded by Paul McCartney — and McCartney himself paid a visit recently to tour the grounds.
New Robert Plant Live DVD in the Works
Thanks to a new deal with Universal Music, Robert Plant‘s appearance on the long-running ‘Artists Den’ concert series is headed to DVD and Blu-ray.
ZZ Top Reveal Release Date, Tracklist and Title of New EP
You’ll get to hear the full-length version of ZZ Top’s new single ‘I Gotsta Get Paid‘ next Tuesday (June 5), when they release the four-track digital EP ‘Texicali.’
Pete Townshend Sets Release Date for ‘Who I Am’ Autobiography
After more than a decade in development, it sounds like Pete Townshend is finally ready to release his long-discussed memoir. In fact, it’ll be on bookstore shelves in time for Christmas.
Bob Dylan’s 71st Birthday to be Celebrated with All-Star Concert
Bob Dylan will turn 71 tomorrow (May 24), and while he’ll celebrate his special day with a rare break between concert runs, an impressive list of other musicians will take the stage to pay tribute to his inestimable legacy.
Neil Young Confirms Voodoo Festival and Red Rocks Performances
As if recording a cranked-up collection of American folk standards with Crazy Horse wasn’t enough activity for one year, Neil Young is also getting ready to strap on his guitar, turn the amps up, and hit the road for a steadily expanding series of dates — including appearances at Red Rocks, the Voodoo Fest, and Outside Lands.
New Book Offers a Look at Vintage Beatles Tour Photos
The Beatles have been the subject of countless books and films, but that doesn’t mean we’ve seen everything there is to see about the Fab Four. Case in point: ‘The Beatles: On the Road 1964-1966,’ a lavish new collection of photos taken by legendary photographer Harry Benson during the band’s early years.