Roger Waters has teamed up remotely again with the members of his solo touring band for a video featuring a performance of a song from his back catalog: this one a rendition of "The Bravery of Being Out of Range." The tune originally appeared on... Read More.
Brothers Osborne are the next major country act to plan their return to the road. The sibling duo just announced their We’re Not for Everyone Tour, a massive amphitheater run that includes almost 50 stops across the U.S. Launching on July 29 in Philadelphia, the... Read More.
Patti Smith is among more than 20 artists that will perform songs by various legendary musicians during a special virtual concert event on Thursday, April 15, presented by New York City entrepreneur and owner of the City Winery chain, Michael Dorf. The show, dubbed "
In keeping with the COVID-19 safe ceremony, this year's Oscars telecast will reportedly feature pre-recorded outdoor performances for the Best Original Song category. Variety reports this year's nominated songs will be performed on the rooftop of the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures, the... Read More.
Mick Jagger has dropped a surprise new single recorded in collaboration with Dave Grohl. The punk-influenced track is called "Eazy Sleazy," and features vocals and guitars by the Rolling Stones icon, and drums, guitar and bass by the Foo Fighters frontman. "It's a song that I... Read More.
ZZ Top frontman Billy Gibbons has contributed a song to a new tribute album May the Circle Remain Unbroken: A Tribute to Roky Erickson that will be released as a limited-edition colored-vinyl LP on July 17th as part of the... Read More.
John Fogerty was a guest on Thursday's episode of The Kelly Clarkson Show, and during his appearance, the former Creedence Clearwater Revival frontman chatted about his topical new tune "Weeping in the Promised Land," and explained why it was "the hardest... Read More.
Foo Fighters have released a video of Dave Grohl's performance of "Everlong" from last weekend's Oates Song Fest 7908, a virtual concert hosted by Hall & Oates member John Oates and his wife, Aimee. Before playing an unplugged version of the Foo classic,... Read More.