As we told you,posters that popped up in London appeared to share the lineup of the upcoming “Minions: The Rise Of Gru” soundtrack, with a collaboration betweenDiana RossandTame Impala. Well, nowJackAntonoff, who produced the record, has confirmed the rumors, and shared the track list for the album.
The summer concert season is quickly coming up, and, according to StubHub there are more shows to see this summer than pre-pandemic. In fact, the site is reporting almost twice the number of concerts than in 2019, with ticket sales 25% higher.
TheBob DylanCenter in Tulsa, Oklahoma officially opens to the public tomorrow, but the opening was celebrated this weekend, and while Dylan himself wasn’t there, some of his fellow artists were on hand to celebrate the occasion.
A bomb shelter in Kyiv, Ukraine was the site of a special performance yesterday afterPresident Volodymyr ZelenskyinvitedBonoandThe Edgefrom U2 to play. There was a small crowd of fans that included members of Ukraine’s armed forces.
A huge release for fans of the Rolling Stones. The band has shared several live recordings from Toronto in 1977, including the full show from March 5 of that year that’s never been released before; Canadian band April Wine was the headliner, with the Stones billed as “The Cockroaches.”
As we told you,Duran Duranwas chosen as one of this year’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees after leading the fan vote. Well, it sounds like fans are getting rewarded for their support of the group.
The Grateful Dead are getting their own branded salad greens! Fittingly called "Grateful Greens," the salad will have packaging inspired from the brand. This comes via a new partnership with "Gotham Greens."
Queenis set to re-release their greatest hits set on vinyl for the very first time. “The Platinum Collection,” which includes all three of their Greatest Hits packages, is getting its first-ever vinyl release on June 17th.
Madonnais ready to celebrate her career with two new compilation albums. The singer is set to release “Finally Enough Love: 50 Number Ones,” which highlights 50 of remixes of her dance hits, plus a smaller 16-track version, titled “Finally Enough Love.”
As we told you, inductees for the 2022 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame were just announced with this year’s class made up ofDolly Parton, Eminem,Duran Duran, Pat Benatar, Lionel Richie, Eurythmics, andCarly Simonin the Performers category.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has just picked their newest members. The Hall revealed that the 2022 class will includeDolly Parton, Eminem,Duran Duran, Pat Benatar, Lionel Richie, Eurythmics, andCarly Simonin the Performers category.
Joan Jett is opening up about the passing of Taylor Hawkins, and is sharing her memories of the drummer. She called him "a f**kin' wonderful guy" and added that he "would light up a room. Kick-a** drummer."
As we previously told you, last November, the Northern Ireland Minister of Health, Robin Swann, sued Van Morrison for defamation after he criticized Northern Ireland’s response to COVID. Well, it looks like the beef is ongoing.
A rock legend likes to have a little insurance when he’s reading. Rolling Stones front manMick Jaggersays he’s an avid reader and reads two books at a time in case one bores him, saying “Sometimes it’s hard to find a book that holds your attention.”