Billy Joel Releases Recent Live Clips »
Billy Joel is doling out footage of his recent performance at the New Orleans Jazz Fest, dropping one song per week over the next month. He has already released the first song, "Miami 2017," to his website. The Piano Man, who recently announced his retirement from touring, also sat down for an interview with New York Times Magazine and said he thinks it's a good time to hang it up.
Tommy Lee Retires Rollercoaster Drum Set »
Tommy Lee has retired his trademark roller coaster drum set. The rotating drum set saw its final concert in Atlantic City on Saturday at the Trump Taj Mahal. On the night of the show, the Motley Crue drummer tweeted, "Tonight the 360 drum rollercoaster will roll it's final time! ?#upsidedownlife ?#historybooks."
McCartney Pays Tribute To Elvis At Graceland »
Paul McCartney left a token of appreciation after visiting the grave of Elvis Presley this past Sunday. The former Beatle tweeted that he left a personal guitar pick on the King's Graceland resting place so that "Elvis can play guitar in heaven." As a lifelong Elvis fan, Macca swung through Graceland when his Out There tour stopped in Memphis . . .
Bruce Springsteen Documentary Launches Trailer »
The trailer for Springsteen & I, the upcoming Bruce Springsteen documentary from director Baillie Walsh (Oasis: Lord Don't Slow Me Down), is due July 22. The trailer features footage of Bruce onstage, along with self-shot footage from fans giving their takes on what it means to be a fan.
Moody Blues Confirm Fall U.S. Tour Dates »
The Moody Blues have released a full slate of North American dates for this fall. The tour will kick off at the Palace Theatre in Louisville, Kentucky on September 26, taking them across 28 U.S. dates before wrapping up at the Agua Caliente Casino in Rancho Mirage, California on November 2. The run comes in support of their new box set, Timeless Flight.
Rare Zeppelin 45 RPM Test Copy Sells For $3600 On EBay »
A metal acetate test copy of Led Zeppelin's "Your Time is Gonna Come" recently sold for $3600 on eBay. The auction for the double-sided 45 rpm disc was intense, garnering a total of 40 bids. The item formerly belonged to a disc jockey who worked in the U.K. and South Africa, according to its Austin, Texas-based seller.