Tom Petty Nominated For 2015 Grammy

Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers are among the 2015 Grammy nominees. The classic rock group got the nod in the Best Rock Album category for their latest effort, Hypnotic Eye. Beyoncé, Sam Smith and Pharrell Williams lead all artists with six nods apiece.

read more »
Tom Petty Nominated For 2015 Grammy

Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers are among the 2015 Grammy nominees. The classic rock group got the nod in the Best Rock Album category for their latest effort, Hypnotic Eye. Beyoncé, Sam Smith and Pharrell Williams lead all artists with six nods apiece.

read more »
Doobie Brothers To Perform At Lockn' Music Festival

The Doobie Brothers will team up with the String Cheese Incident to form the Doobie Brothers Incident at next year's Lockn' Music Festival in Arlington, Virginia. The fest takes place from September 10 to 13. "Music is so damn fun, and then along comes something to ramp the fun factor up 150%! I can hardly wait to see what happens with this chemistry experiment."

read more »
Doobie Brothers To Perform At Lockn' Music Festival

The Doobie Brothers will team up with the String Cheese Incident to form the Doobie Brothers Incident at next year's Lockn' Music Festival in Arlington, Virginia. The fest takes place from September 10 to 13. "Music is so damn fun, and then along comes something to ramp the fun factor up 150%! I can hardly wait to see what happens with this chemistry experiment."

read more »
Paul Stanley Stars On Dave Grohl's Sonic Highways

KISS guitarist Paul Stanley appeared on the latest installment of the Foo Fighters' HBO doc Sonic Highways. During the interview, which took place for the New York edition of the series, Stanley spoke on the 1970s NYC rock scene. "There were all these artsy bands that perhaps had more in common with Rimbaud and Kerouac . . ."

read more »
Paul Stanley Stars On Dave Grohl's Sonic Highways

KISS guitarist Paul Stanley appeared on the latest installment of the Foo Fighters' HBO doc Sonic Highways. During the interview, which took place for the New York edition of the series, Stanley spoke on the 1970s NYC rock scene. "There were all these artsy bands that perhaps had more in common with Rimbaud and Kerouac . . ."

read more »
Phil Collins Cancels First Concert In Four Years

Phil Collins' first performance in four years was canceled because he is suffering from vocal issues. The concert was scheduled for Miami Beach on Saturday, December 6 to benefit Collins' charity the Little Dreams Foundation. "Trust me, you wouldn't enjoy it [if I sang]," Collins told the Miami Herald. He added that he did a soundcheck that didn't go over very well.

read more »
Phil Collins Cancels First Concert In Four Years

Phil Collins' first performance in four years was canceled because he is suffering from vocal issues. The concert was scheduled for Miami Beach on Saturday, December 6 to benefit Collins' charity the Little Dreams Foundation. "Trust me, you wouldn't enjoy it [if I sang]," Collins told the Miami Herald. He added that he did a soundcheck that didn't go over very well.

read more »
Mick Jagger And Martin Scorsese Producing 1970s Rock Drama Series For HBO

HBO will air a full season of the Mick Jagger and Martin Scorsese-produced 1970s rock drama. Scorsese is set to direct the pilot episode. The plot centers on Richie Finestra (Bobby Cannavale), a record label exec in the drug and sex fueled music scene of 1970s New York, who always has his ear to the ground in pursuit of the next big sound.

read more »
Mick Jagger And Martin Scorsese Producing 1970s Rock Drama Series For HBO

HBO will air a full season of the Mick Jagger and Martin Scorsese-produced 1970s rock drama. Scorsese is set to direct the pilot episode. The plot centers on Richie Finestra (Bobby Cannavale), a record label exec in the drug and sex fueled music scene of 1970s New York, who always has his ear to the ground in pursuit of the next big sound.

read more »
Peter Criss Says 'Rock 'N' Roll's Not Dead'

Peter Criss, the original drummer for KISS, has opened up about the state of popular music. His statements come in response to to Gene Simmons' controversial comment that rock is dead. Criss spoke with Eddie Trunk, giving his take: "Rock 'n' roll's not dead - I don't wanna hear that, that rock's dead. It's far from dead," he began.

read more »
Peter Criss Says 'Rock 'N' Roll's Not Dead'

Peter Criss, the original drummer for KISS, has opened up about the state of popular music. His statements come in response to to Gene Simmons' controversial comment that rock is dead. Criss spoke with Eddie Trunk, giving his take: "Rock 'n' roll's not dead - I don't wanna hear that, that rock's dead. It's far from dead," he began.

read more »
Brian May Says Humans Are 'Living On Borrowed Time'

Queen guitarist Brian May has opened up about his fears for the future of humanity. During a recent interview with the Financial Times, the rocker/astrophysics Ph.D. warns that it's only a matter of time before the earth is struck by asteroid. "NASA has done a very good job of finding the very largest objects, the ones that would destroy the human race," he began.

read more »
Brian May Says Humans Are 'Living On Borrowed Time'

Queen guitarist Brian May has opened up about his fears for the future of humanity. During a recent interview with the Financial Times, the rocker/astrophysics Ph.D. warns that it's only a matter of time before the earth is struck by asteroid. "NASA has done a very good job of finding the very largest objects, the ones that would destroy the human race," he began.

read more »
Foreigner Announces U.S. Release Of The Best Of Foreigner 4 & More

Foreigner have announced that they will release The Best of Foreigner 4 & More, a collection that includes brand new live high-definition recordings of songs from their LP, 4. The set features the band's most recognizable songs including "Feels Like The First Time," "Cold As Ice," "Hot Blooded" and Foreigner's iconic ballad, "I Want To Know What Love Is."

read more »
Foreigner Announces U.S. Release Of The Best Of Foreigner 4 & More

Foreigner have announced that they will release The Best of Foreigner 4 & More, a collection that includes brand new live high-definition recordings of songs from their LP, 4. The set features the band's most recognizable songs including "Feels Like The First Time," "Cold As Ice," "Hot Blooded" and Foreigner's iconic ballad, "I Want To Know What Love Is."

read more »
Bob Dylan Releases Short Film Narrated By Jeff Bridges

Bob Dylan has released The Basement Tapes Complete: The Bootleg Series, Vol. 11 collection, with a new short film narrated by Jeff Bridges to celebrate it. From The Village To the Basement includes a montage of over 12,000 time-lapsed photographs documenting Dylan's time in Manhattan with the Band . . .

read more »
Bob Dylan Releases Short Film Narrated By Jeff Bridges

Bob Dylan has released The Basement Tapes Complete: The Bootleg Series, Vol. 11 collection, with a new short film narrated by Jeff Bridges to celebrate it. From The Village To the Basement includes a montage of over 12,000 time-lapsed photographs documenting Dylan's time in Manhattan with the Band . . .

read more »