This morning (December 5), Bowie, with no heads-up given, debuted a new video for “I’d Rather Be High (Venetian Mix – Wasted Edit).”
Joel will perform one concert there per month “for as long as his fans continue to want to come, which should be a long time.”
We sit down with Myles Kennedy and Mark Tremonti of Altar Bridge and get their opinions on some new songs, from Van Halen to Bon Iver.
“I think we have got much more of a chance of getting the Faces back together, in fact, Ronnie [Wood]‘s office is talking to my people, and we’re ear-marking 2015.”
Their June 5, 1983, concert at the Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Colorado was an important moment that connected their underground roots and their Springsteen-ian ambitions.
At midnight Sunday (November 25) Bruce Springsteen announced his new album, High Hopes, via his Facebook page and Twitter account, which will be released January 14.
Willie Nelson has cancelled a handful of upcomong tour dates following a crash involving the bus that his backing band travels in.
Fans have been wondering for months if this year’s Rolling Stones tour dates marked the end of the road for the band, and now they have their answer.
“High Hopes” is familiar to Springsteen die-hards; he previously recorded it for the Blood Brothers EP, which was released in 1996 along with the film of the same name, which documented Springsteen’s brief mid-’90s reunion with the E Street Band.
Radio.com is proud to announce 2014′s Experience Hendrix Tour, the guitar-centric tribute to Jimi Hendrix that’s run on and off since its first incarnation as the Jimi Hendrix Guitar Festival at Bumbershoot ’95. This year’s tour [...]
If there’s a guidebook to aggressive rockers aging gracefully, Chris Cornell is writing it right now, with his live shows.
Next year will mark 50 years since the Beatles’ historic first appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show, and the GRAMMYs will be celebrating the anniversary in style, via star-studded TV special.
Former Pink Floyd leader Roger Waters says he’s working on his next solo album, his first rock album since 1992′s Amused To Death. He recently told Rolling Stone about the concept album: “It’s 55 minutes long. It’s songs and [...]
Interview: Rush’s Geddy Lee Talks ‘Clockwork Angels Tour’, Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Pavement
Our lengthy interview with lead singer Geddy Lee on rerecording ‘Vapor Trails’, The Negro Leagues Baseball Museum, Pavement, and the Clockwork Angels Tour DVD that will be streaming exclusively on Radio.com starting tomorrow.
Rush is about to unleash its 10th live release upon the world, and Radio.com has an exclusive preview of the concert film coming later this week.