Rolling Stones Reportedly Refuse BBC To Broadcast Glastonbury Set In Full »
The Rolling Stones and the BBC are at odds over the television broadcast of the band's performance at the Glastonbury Festival. According to reports, the band is only allowing the BBC to air the first four songs of the set, and not the entire thing. "Mick [Jagger] agreed to do Glastonbury for the fans who are there, he didn't sign up for a TV show."
George Harrison Memorial Garden Opened To The Public »
The George Harrison memorial garden at the Bhaktivedanta Manor Estate near Watford has been opened to the public. The site was donated by Harrison to the International Society for Krishna Consciousness after he became a follower of the Hare Krishna religion in the 70s. Harrison's widow, Olivia Harrison, said that many do not know that her late husband was an avid gardener . . .
Eagles Add 12 Dates To History Of Tour »
The Eagles have added an extra leg to their upcoming History of the Eagles tour. The tour was originally set to close on September 21 in Detroit, but will now continue to Lincoln, Nebraska and then ten more dates before wrapping on October 24 in St. Louis. Other cities the country-rock band will hit on the new leg of the tour include Denver (October 4), Dallas (October 11) and more.
Bon Jovi Announces Fall Dates In North America »
Bon Jovi has announced a new string of North American dates set to launch on October 2 in Vancouver. The New Jersey rockers are fresh off the European portion of their Because We Can tour and wrapped their first go around of North America back on April 25 with a concert in San Jose. There are twelve new fall dates.
Kinks' Dave Davies Releases 'Little Green Amp' Video »
Dave Davies, guitar player for the Kinks, has released "Little Green Amp," the lead single from his upcoming solo album, I Will Be Me. The track's name is a tribute to the amplifier that Davies famously slashed to get the signature distortion on the Kinks' most recognizable hits. The music video for the song features a montage of clips taken in London . . .
Johnny Cash Forever Stamp Coming June 5 »
Johnny Cash will be featured on a new stamp by the United States Postal Service. The limited edition Johnny Cash Forever stamp will be released on June 5, 2013 at a public event in Nashville. Members of the Cash family will be on hand to commemorate the event. "It is an amazing blessing that my father Johnny Cash be honored with the issue of this stamp."