Brian Johnson posted a clip of him interviewing Paul Rodgers for his U.K. show,Life on the Road.
A new song Dennis DeYoung is working on was inspired by The Beatles. He says, “It tells the story of that momentous night in February 1964 when my world -- and dare I say the whole world -- seemed to change. The Ed Sullivan stage became the launching pad for a million dreams. I decided to incorporate song titles in the lyrics to illustrate the immediate as well as long-lasting effect they had on culture.”
David Gilmou rhas posted his Live in Gdańsk DVD on his YouTubechannel.
Billy Squier’s “The Stroke” is featured in a commercial for New Amsterdam vodka.
Aerosmith’s “I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing” is being used in a Heineken spot.
Longtime UFO keyboardist and guitarist Paul Raymond died of a heart attack Saturday, just days after wrapping up a run of shows on their farewell tour. He was 73.
Robbie Robertson is in the final mixing stages for a new album.
John Fogerty’s six-show run in Las Vegas includes surprising covers of songs by The Beatles(“With a Little Help From My Friends”),The Who (“My Generation”) and Sly and the Family Stone(“Everyday People” and “Dance to the Music”).
Van Morrison, who rarely speaks to journalists, will answer questions from fans. A post on his websiteasks, “Do you have a question for Van Morrison that you have never seen or heard asked in interviews before? … Over the coming months, we will be embarking on a project which will allow you, the fans, to submit your questions on a range of topics which will form the basis for a series of in-depth interviews with Van Morrison.”
London’s Abbey Road Studios will open its doors for 10 days of public tours beginning August 8th, which is exactly 50 years after the release of The Beatles’Abbey Road album.
Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville Holdings will open a Margaritaville Resorton Lake Conroe in Texas, an hour north of Houston, next year.
Little Steven and the Disciples of Soul have released "A World of Our Own" from Summer of Sorcery, which will be out May 3rd. They start an Australian tour Wednesday in Perth, with U.S. dates in July.