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."
Ringo Starr Offers Up Previously Unseen Beatles Photos In New E-Book »
Photograph, an e-book from Ringo Starr, will be released through Apple's iBookstore on June 12. The book features a collection of previously unseen photographs of the Beatles during the height of Beatlemania and beyond. Starr, speaking with People, said that he discovered many of the pictures "in boxes we brought home after my mother died . . ."
Elvis Costello's Album With The Roots Coming In September »
Wise Up Ghost, the album collaboration between Elvis Costello and the Roots is due September 17. The LP stemmed from Elvis' appearances on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, a program for which the Roots are the backing band. "It's a moody, brooding affair, cathartic rhythms and dissonant lullabies," the Roots' Questlove says in the album's press release.
Kelly Osbourne Respects Ozzy's Relapse Admission »
Kelly Osbourne says that she is proud of her father, Ozzy Osbourne, for admitting that he has fallen off the wagon. "I love and respect that he's honest enough to say, 'Yes, I did this. It was my fault,'" Kelly told Cosmopolitan. "He's a real man. Most people would hide, and he doesn't."