Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers' fourth studio album, Hard Promises, was released on May 5, 1981, 40 years ago today. The album peaked at #5 on the Billboard Hot 100, and featured the jangly, Byrds-inspired "
A new music video for "Something Could Happen" debuted this week on Tom Petty's official YouTube channel. The song is one of the previously unreleased archival Petty cuts featured on the late rock legend's recently issued
Bon Jovi has never released an official holiday album, but Jon Bon Jovi is gifting fans this year with not one, not two, but three holiday songs for them to enjoy. The songs are covers of Tom Petty's "Christmas All Over Again," The... Read More.
The Dirty Knobs, the band fronted by Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers guitarist Mike Campbell, have released a humorous music video for "F*** That Guy," a song from the group's forthcoming debut album, Wreckless Abandon. The profanity-filled clip follows a guy wearing... Read More.
A variety of music stars, including Stevie Nicks, Stephen Stills and Jackson Browne, took part in a special virtual celebration on Friday night to commemorate would would have been the late Tom Petty's 70th birthday last Tuesday. The almost-three-hour event, which streamed... Read More.
Today marks what would've been the 70th birthday of Tom Petty, and to commemorate the milestone, an impressive lineup of music stars, including Stevie Nicks, Stephen Stills and Jackson Browne, will be taking part in a virtual festival that will be streamed... Read More.