Music

David Crosby Announces North American Tour Dates

By Scott T. Sterling David Crosby is hitting the road. The Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young member is setting out on a solo trek in support of his most recent album, Sky Trails, which was released last year. Related: David Crosby Discusses Dislike for Trump, Possible CSNY Reunion Rolling Stone...
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Mel B: Spice Girls to Reunite for Royal Wedding Performance

By Scott T. Sterling Mel B. has spoken—even if she didn't really want to say anything. Melanie Brown, AKA "Scary Spice," has unexpectedly chimed in on the long-rumored Spice Girls reunion. She says that that the ladies are indeed reconvening, and for a very special occasion: the royal wedding. The...
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Early Amy Winehouse Demo Song 'My Own Way' Surfaces Online

The newly unearthed tune was recorded in a London studio in 2001 when the singer was 17.
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Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Flea Comes Clean About the Horrors of Addiction in New Essay

"I had a burning desire for good health and love, and found that I had to go through periods of suffering to get there."
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John Fogerty and ZZ Top Reveal Joint Tour Dates

The co-headlining the 'Blues and Bayous' tour kicks off May 25 in Atlantic City.
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Def Leppard’s Joe Elliott Interview: Breaking America with ‘Heartbreak’

The singer remembers how "a little cable channel" launched the band in America.
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Bon Jovi Delivers ‘When We Were Us’ on ‘Colbert’

The band delivered one of the new songs from the recent reissue of 2016 album 'This House is Not for Sale.'
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Listen to Unreleased Jimi Hendrix Recording of ‘Lover Man’

The track is the latest from the forthcoming release 'Both Sides of the Sky.'
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Bob Seger is Optimistic About Touring: ‘I Really Hope I’m Not Done’

While his doctors can't guarantee that his pain will go away following back surgery, Seger is staying optimistic.
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Quincy Jones Apologizes for Shocking Interviews: ‘I Learned My Lesson’

"Even at 85, it's apparent that 'wordvomit' and bad-mouthing is inexcusable."
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