In advance of the May 5th season premieres of Eddie Money’s Real Money and Sammy Hagar’s Rock and Roll Road Trip, AXS TV will air a Real Money – Rock & Roll Road Trip Binge-a-Thon on April 28th. They’ll show eight past episodes of each show and end with Red ‘Til I’m Dead: Sammy Hagar’s Rock-n-Roll Birthday Bash. The next night the channel will air Eddie Money: The Real Money Concert. Money’s daughter Jesse and Hagar’s son Andrew are hosting the Binge-a-Thon.
The Zombies and Glenn Hughes have been added to next April's On the Blue Cruise. An extension of The Moody Blues Cruise, it's headlined by the Moodies' Justin Hayward. Hughes and one of his early bands,Trapeze, who were signed to The Moody Blues’ Threshold Records.
Pink Floyd’s 1994 album,The Division Bell, will be reissued on double translucent blue vinyl on June 7th to mark its 25th anniversary.
Heart's Nancy Wilson is trying to sell her Topanga, California home for $2.1-million. Older sister Ann, who now lives in Florida, recently sold her Seattle home for $4.32 million.
Ringo Starr is featured on "You're Only Happy When You're Miserable," a track from country star Rodney Crowell's album,Texas, which will be out on August 15th. ZZ Top's Billy Gibbons is on the song "56 Fury."
Bruce Hornsby releases his new album,Absolute Zero, tomorrow (Friday).
Tina - The Tina Turner Musical has firmed its arrival date on Broadway. Previews begin October 12th at New York's Lunt-Fontanne Theater with the premiere on November 7th. American actress Adrienne Warren, who won raves in the show's London production, will play Tina on Broadway.
Diana, the musical about the late Princess Diana scored by Bon Jovi's David Bryan, opened its initial tryout run at Southern California's La Jolla [pr: HOY-uh] Playhouse.
Cracked Rear View, the 21-times platinum debut album by Hootie and the Blowfish, will be reissued in two-CD and three-CD-plus-DVD editions as well as on digital and streaming platforms May 31st. Bonus material includes outtakes, early independent recordings, an entire 1995 concert; the DVD includes a 5.1 surround sound mix and five music videos.