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ZZ Top returning to Las Vegas for new residency in 2019

ZZ Top recently wrapped up a U.S. summer tour, and frontman Billy Gibbons is preparing to launch a North American solo trek in October, but the Texas trio has just announced plans to hit the stage together again next year in Las Vegas. The Rock & Roll Hall of Famers…... Read More

"Pretty Woman: The Musical" soundtrack, with songs by Bryan Adams, is out now

Pretty Woman is about a hooker who dreams of a better life who falls in love with a billionaire, right?  So imagine how Bryan Adams felt when he was hired to write songs for the Broadway musical based on the film -- and was told he couldn't use the words…... Read More

Meet "The Beatles" again: "The White Album" reissue will be released November 9

The remastered reissue of The Beatles' self-titled 1968 double album, more commonly referred to as The White Album, can finally be yours on November 9.  The feature-packed release, timed for the 50th anniversary of the original record -- which was actually released on November 22, 1968 -- boasts a 5.1…... Read More

Rod Stewart's wife demands he apologize to Elton John for his jabs about the farewell tour

Rod Stewart's in the doghouse with his wife...and with Elton John. Sir Rod recently teased his longtime friend -- who he calls "Sharon" and who calls him "Phyllis" in return -- about Elton's announcement earlier this year that his current tour will be his last. Stewart admits to the Daily…... Read More

Earth, Wind & Fire celebrates 40th anniversary of “the 21st night of “September”: "It's our Mardi Gras"

September 21 is always a celebration for Earth, Wind & Fire fans, but this year, it's even more special.  That's because this year marks the 40th anniversary of their gold-certified #1 single “September, which begins with the unforgettable line, "Do you remember/The 21st night of September?” Group co-founder Verdine White told TMZ that September 21 is always…... Read More

Dickey Betts' brain surgery a success, says family

Dickey Betts' brain surgery was successful. An update published on Betts' website says, "Dickey Betts and his family want everyone to know that his surgery was a success. The outpouring of support from all over the world has been overwhelming and amazing. We are so appreciative. Thank you all so…... Read More

Paul McCartney teases "new version" of "Let It Be" movie that's "joyous" and "uplifting"

Paul McCartney may not be content to Let It Be. The singer says that the Beatles documentary of the same name -- released in 1970 and focusing on the miserable process of the band members trying to stay together long enough to release what ended up being their last album…... Read More

Bee Gees to release "Timeless: The All-Time Greatest Hits" on double vinyl

The Bee Gees will giving their Timeless: The All-Time Greatest Hits collection the vinyl treatment. Already available on CD and digital, the group will add double gatefold vinyl to the format options. The 21 tracks are formatted in chronological order, from 1966's "Spicks and Specks" to the 1987 hit "You…... Read More

Monkees to release Christmas album, with Davy Jones vocal contributions

After more than 50 years, the Monkees will finally release a holiday album. Called Christmas Party, the collection will not only feature the voices of the surviving three members -- Micky Dolenz, Peter Tork and Michael Nesmith -- but in a miracle of technology, the late Davy Jones as well.…... Read More

Elton John wins libel suit against British tabloid

Elton John has emerged victorious in a libel suit against a British tabloid. According to the BBC, Elton, who has a long history of suing British tabloids and winning, said a report in The Sun that their dog had severely injured a young child during a play date was "false…... Read More

Watch Farm Aid this weekend online

Farm Aid 2018 is one day away -- the day-long festival is taking place in Hartford, Connecticut this Saturday, September 22. Tickets are sold out through official channels but still available on StubHub and CraigsList, and the multi-artist hoedown is the perfect event for a road trip. However, if you're…... Read More