On this day, February 28, 1983 …U2 released their third studio album, War, produced by Steve Lillywhite. The album, which is considered the band's first overtly political record, featured two future U2 classics, “Sunday Bloody Sunday” and “New Year’s Day,” which became... Read More.
Good news, Fast Lainers: Lainey Wilson is working on new music. The "Heart Like a Truck" singer recently shared a video of her in the studio working on a song called "Country's Cool Again," fresh off her career-first Grammy win for Best Country Album.
Could Keith Urban be working on a new collection of music? Quite possibly, yes. The country hitmaker recently took to social media to share a clip of him in the recording studio. In the video, Keith sits by the mixing console with his back facing the camera as he bops along to the unreleased... Read More.
On This Day, January 23,1976…David Bowie released his 10th studio album, Station to Station, which introduced a new persona, the Thin White Duke.The follow up to 1975’s Young Americans, Station To Station, co-produced by Bowie and Harry Maslin, saw the rocker being influenced by electronic dance music as well... Read More.
On This Day, January 2, 1969…The Beatles began rehearsals for what would wind up being their final studio album together, Let It Be.Rehearsals took place at Twickenham Film Studios and were marred by tension within the band, which was captured on film as cameras were recording the sessions... Read More.
Dave Grohl is getting a front seat to some new thrash tunes.The Foo Fighters frontman recently stopped by the recording studio where Anthrax is currently working on a new album, the follow-up to 2016's For All Things. The "Madhouse" metallers shared photos of the... Read More.
On This Day, November 8, 1971 …Led Zeppelin released their fourth studio album, which became known as Led Zeppelin IV.The album featured what became their signature tune, “Stairway to Heaven,” along with such future classics as “Going to California,” "The Battle of Evermore," “When the Levee... Read More.
Paul McCartney is sharing how The Beatles felt about the presence of John Lennon's wife, Yoko Ono, in the latest edition of his new podcast, McCartney: A Life In Lyrics.The episode is titled Let It Be. Those who watched Peter Jackson’s The Beatles: Get Back docuseries might have seen Yoko sit in on... Read More.