Billy Joel and Elton John will reprise their wildly successful co-headlining concerts beginning in March of next year. John confirmed the duo would work again together yesterday on “The View,” adding that they could be on the road for “at least” two years. But sources say the extent of the pairing is still being determined.Continue reading “Billy Joel and Elton John Tour Together Again”
AC/DC step aside to make way for Aretha Franklin, the top-ranked vocalist in Rolling Stone’s list of the 100 greatest singers of all time. Joining Franklin on other covers — hitting newsstands today — are John Lennon, Bob Dylan and Elvis Presley. Click below for the full list of singers and thoughts on the greatsContinue reading “The New Issue of Rolling Stone: The 100 Greatest Singers”
A new Bruce Springsteen song, “Workin’ on a Dream,” will premiere Nov. 16 on NBC’s Sunday Night Football game between the Dallas Cowboys and Washington Redskins. The track will be set to a package of highlights during the halftime segment. “Workin’ on a Dream” will appear on Springsteen’s next album, which will be released inContinue reading “New Springsteen Tune Getting NFL Premiere”
McSweeney’s shortens 50 years of popular songs into single sentences. Check out the list HERE.
HERE are some lists of the more ridiculous things bands feel entitled to ask for on tour.
This growing Web phenomenon has its own Web site, Facebook presence, and thousands of inventive practitioners around the globe. Sleeveface compiles the cleverest of these images: the faux Morrisseys, wannabe Bob Dylans, and lookalike Madonnas whose posture and clothing is in perfect sync with their idols’ most classic record covers. Check it out HERE.
MTV Networks and Harmonix — the game developer behind the popular “Rock Band” franchise — together with the Beatles’ Apple Corps Ltd., are developing an entirely new interactive music game based solely and exclusively on the entire Beatles catalog. The game, which does not yet have a title or release date, will not be partContinue reading “Music From The Beatles Is Coming To Videogames”