Aretha Franklin’s estate blasts Wendy Williams for “inaccurate and disparaging statements” about 'Amazing Grace' concert movie

Aretha Franklin’s estate is demanding “respect” from Wendy Williams, after the talk show host criticized Amazing Grace, the ... Read More

Chrissie Hynde releasing jazz-dub side project this summer; says new Pretenders album on the way

The Pretenders' Chrissie Hynde has revealed that she will be releasing a long-in-the-works album this summer called Valve Bone Woe, which she recorded with award-winning producers and film score comp... Read More

Dick Dale, "King of the Surf Guitar," dead at 81

Dick Dale, whose songs "Miserlou" and "Let's Go Trippin'" defined the surf rock genre and led to him being dubbed "The King of Surf Guitar," has died.  He was 81.  His bass player Sam Bolle confirmed the ... Read More

Pete Townshend taking vacation before finishing new Who album: "I need to close down my brain"

The Who's Pete Townshend has been busy working on the band's next studio album, but the legendary guitarist and songwriter reveals that he's taking a little break from the project to enjoy some rest and relaxation... Read More

Out of the limelight: Rush guitarist Alex Lifeson doesn't "want to be in a band and tour any more"

Ever since Rush drummer Neil Peart retired from music after the band's R40 tour ended in 2015, fans have wondered whether guitarist Alex Lifeson and bassist Geddy Lee would continue ... Read More

Auction of the late George Michael's art collection raises $14.6 million for charity

In life, George Michael quietly donated millions to charity.  In death, he's helped raise millions more.

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Louis Vuitton's Virgil Abloh explains pulling Michael Jackson-inspired designs in the wake of "Leaving Neverland" documentary

Following the shocking allegations of abuse detailed in the Michael Jackson documentary Leaving Neverland, Louis Vuitton has Read More

Graham Nash schedules concerts featuring full performances of his first two solo albums

Graham Nash has announced a brief series of U.S. fall shows which will feature him playing his first two solo albums -- 1971's Songs for Beginners and 1973's Wild Tales -- in their entirety, plus select other tunes.... Read More

Report: Elton John will have to compete with U2 for the best mansions in Australia

In late November, Elton John will be heading Down Under for the Australian leg of his tour, which will last through the beginn... Read More

2020 Flower Power Cruise to feature The Zombies, The Hollies, Herman's Hermits and many more '60s legends

The lineup for the 2020 edition of the Flower Power Cruise has been revealed, and the seagoing festival will feature performances by 1960s legends including The Zombies, The Hollies, Herman's Hermit... Read More