Fleetwood Mac Planning To Release More New Music »
Fleetwood Mac fans might not have to wait too much longer for new music, as guitarist Lindsey Buckingham says the legendary band has around eight new tracks recorded. Buckingham shared the good news with Billboard, adding that the eight new songs are four more than were included on the band's recently released Extended Play EP.
Rolling Stones Release New Archival Box Set »
A Rolling Stones bootleg that has been making the rounds for years is finally seeing an official release in a new limited edition box set. The Brussels Affair centers on a show staged by the Stones in Brussels, Belgium, on October 17, 1973. The new set is the first of a planned series of releases entitled Stones Archive Series, and will come in three versions . . .
Aerosmith And Joan Jett To Play Backyard Festival In New York City »
Aerosmith and Joan Jett are set to headline the Backyard Festival in New York City, an event organized by deals website LivingSocial. ABC News reports that the legendary pair of acts are among the headliners for the fest. Though the lineup is still being finalized, LivingSocial is also promising "bocce ball, slides, see-saws" and more . . .
Rod Stewart Shares Personal Details About His Life And Manhood »
Rod Stewart took to Twitter recently for a no-holds barred question and answer session with his fans. The session was so no holds barred that one fan asked a question about Stewart's manhood. "Not big . just pretty," Stewart said in response to a question about his genitals. "So my wife says."
Beatles' Musical Let It Be Plans Broadway Run »
The Fab Four is heading to the Great White Way, as the Beatles inspired stage musical Let It Be is coming to Broadway. According to Playbill, the production of Let It Be, currently showing on London's West End, will preview July 16 at New York City's St. James Theater, with the official opening slated for July 24.
David Bowie's 'The Next Day' Video Upsets Catholic Church »
David Bowie's controversial new video for "The Next Day" has been labeled "juvenile" and "upsetting" by a former bishop. Writing in The Telegraph, former Archbishop of Canterbury Lord Carey criticizes Bowie for lack of artistic vision: "If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery perhaps Christians should not worry too much at such an exploitation . . ."