News

Want to stay up to date with the latest in rock music? Our Breaking News column brings you all you need and want to know about what’s happening.

Jon Anderson’s ‘1000 Hands’ Album Gets Official Release

He began recording the solo album, which features contributions from many Yes members, three decades ago. Now 75, he stills sounds great

Read More

Turtles Albums Expanded: Exclusive Interview With Howard Kaylan

The group’s studio LPs, originally released on White Whale, are being reissued on vinyl for the first time in more than a decade. Kaylan offers insights

Read More

Cat Stevens Releasing ‘Tea For the Tillerman’: Take 2

The singer-songwriter has reimagined his 1970 classic with an all-new recording and a fresh perspective for its 50th anniversary

Read More

Singer-Songwriter Eric Andersen Releasing 3-CD Box, Documentary

His songs have been covered by Bob Dylan, Judy Collins, Johnny Cash, Linda Ronstadt and others. The new set collects numerous unreleased tracks.

Read More

Monkees’ Mike & Micky Tour Postponed a 2nd Time

The duo were originally scheduled to perform in April to coincide with a live album. It was then moved to July. It’s now been delayed until 2021

Read More

Doobie Brothers Move Reunion Tour with Michael McDonald to 2021

Their big 50th anniversary celebration has been postponed for 13 months. The band are also finally going to be inducted into the Hall of Fame

Read More

Queen’s Brian May Reveals Heart Attack

co-founder, guitarist and songwriter had been in “real agony” and “terrible pain” following a “bizarre gardening accident”

Read More

Journey’s New Lineup Includes Randy Jackson: Watch

The bass guitarist, best known as a judge on American Idol, had been in the group before. The band had fired two longtime members earlier this year

Read More

The Who Cancel 2020 U.S. Tour

“We hope you are all in good health and looking out for each other and we look forward to seeing you at a venue in the very near future”

Read More

Hall & Oates + Squeeze Move 2020 Tour to 2021

Hall & Oates have sold more albums than any other duo. Their hits include “Kiss on My List,” “She’s Gone,” “Rich Girl” and “Private Eyes.”

Read More