It’s been a whopping 50 years since the release of “Rush,” marking a significant milestone in the band’s illustrious career. Rush made its debut on March 18, 1974.
Now available in paperback with seven additional song commentaries, the acclaimed #1 New York Times bestseller pays homage to the musical brilliance of Paul McCartney.
The Stax Christmas collection is a delightful assortment of 12 timeless Christmas classics, featuring some of the most renowned artists of all time.
Andy Cowan presents an extensive compilation of over 500 flips in an A-Z format, showcasing the covert impact of B-Side shows in transforming the pop music scene.
Dolly Parton has revealed all the details about her long-promised “rock album,” titled “Rockstar,” including a 30-song track list, a November 17 release.
Galactic Empire, the galaxy’s favorite metal band, is unleashing the Force with their new metal single version of “The Imperial Suite”.
Bobbi Kelly Ercoline became a silent iconic symbol of the Woodstock generation after featuring on the front of the festival’s 1970 soundtrack album, has died.
Ever want to play guitar but do not know where to begin? The folks of reallysimpleguitar.com will teach you how to play guitar the right way. Get rocking!
Kate Bush has become once more relevant ever since Stranger Things. Faber is publishing a paperback of ‘How To Be Invisible: Selected Lyrics’, by Kate Bush.
Kings Theatre announced today that the iconic venue will host the world premiere of Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse Live in Concert.
Iggy Pop is blessing us with a whole new album for early 2023. The new album titled “Every Loser” promises a return to his old rock and roll roots.
Mad Magazine: What, Me Worry? MAD occasionally dabbled in spinoff musical projects; this unique compilation anthologizes its earliest such excursions.
The Philosophy of Modern Song is Bob Dylan’s first book of new writing since 2004’s Chronicles: Volume One—and since winning the Nobel Prize for Literature in 2016.
If you ever wondered if Bon Scott sang Back in Black, you would have to look no further but to Joe Lynn Turner’s version on his album The Sessions.