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All signs are pointing to Neil Young recording an orchestral album. Billboard reported that Young has been in the studio with German-born composer and arranger Chris Walden working on an album tentatively titled Storytone. According to sources, the album could be on the streets...
Graham Nash will honor the Everly Brothers on October 25th during an all-star tribute being held at Cleveland’s Playhouse Square. Pollstar.com reported that the 19th Annual Music Masters tribute, which is being presented by the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Case Western Reserve...
Coming to DVD on September 23rd is Sting’s The Last Ship: Live At The Public Theater. The performance was culled from Sting’s 10 night run last fall at Manhattan's Anspacher Theater in benefit of the city's Public Theatre. The concerts were billed as the only time that Sting...
Despite a definite disagreement over another Led Zeppelin reunion, Robert Plant remains one of Jimmy Page's most ardent supporters. While publicizing his new solo album with the Sensational Space Shifters -- Lullaby. . . And The Ceaseless Roar, Plant spoke to The Telegraph and...
Coming on September 23rd are digitally remastered versions of George Harrison’s first six solo albums released between 1968 and 1975 on the Beatles’ Apple Records label. All the albums in the set -- Wonderwall Music (1968), Electronic Sound (1969), All Things Must Pass (1970),...
Mick Fleetwood definitely feels as though a major component of Fleetwood Mac has returned since Christine McVie rejoined that band following a 16-year hiatus. Fleetwood told, Elle, “Since she’s been back, I’m already feeling the steadying effect of her presence. There is no...
Peter Frampton is out on the road this summer with a career spanning show. Obviously, any Frampton concert has to include a healthy dose of Frampton Comes Alive! classics, and this year finds such staples as “Doobie Wah,” “Show Me The Way,” “(I’ll Give You) Money,” “Baby, I Love...
Faith No More has confirmed that the band is working on its first new album since 1997. That was when the group released its last studio effort, Album Of The Year, before calling it quits in 1998. After reuniting in 2009 for a series of live appearances that has stretched out...
Jimi Jamison, the second lead singer of Survivor, died on Sunday night (September 1st) of a heart attack at age 63, according to Vintage Vinyl News. In 1984 he replaced Dave Bickler as the band’s frontman after Bickler -- who sang lead on “Eye Of The Tiger” -- was forced to step...