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The San Francisco icons continue their 50th anniversary celebration by reissuing their entire studio and live album catalog. Their 1967 debut is first up.
An original member of the group that scored with the dance-pop hit “Smalltown Boy” in 1984 is dead. He later went on to work in theater.
A legendary concert featuring guests like Bruce Springsteen, Elvis Costello and Jackson Browne is getting the deluxe treatment for its 30th anniversary.
Still supporting his 2016 “Acoustic Classics” release, the acclaimed singer-guitarist-songwriter is going back on the road sans band. Watch the TV special
The man with the accordion and the hilarious song parodies is the subject of a new, comprehensive boxed set. We have the details.
We too wish the headline read ‘Talking Heads Reuniting’ but any new music from David Byrne is still a good thing. His new musical opens next month.
The lead singer and bassist for such classic rock acts as Uriah Heep, UK and King Crimson, was to open with Asia for Journey. Instead he will undergo chemotherapy
The singer behind the ‘Where Do You Go To (My Lovely),’ which reached #1 in England but only #70 in the U.S., has died. He was 75.
The singer, who joined Benny Goodman’s orchestra at age 16 and remained active in show business for seven decades, passed away in Las Vegas on Tuesday.
The acclaimed guitarist, who turns 62 today, is releasing a live recording from Tokyo that reunites him several vocalists of his former bands.