It’s unfortunate, but the name of Mark David Chapman will continually be mentioned in the same breath of John Lennon, as the man who shot and killed the Beatles legend returns to the headlines every few years when his parole hearing comes up.
Bob Dylan has found a home with Cinemax, and in particular the cable network’s original series ‘Strike Back.’ As the singer leads up to his ‘Tempest‘ album next month, he’s been using the show as a sounding board for some of his new tracks.
Bob Birch, a long-time member of Elton John‘s band, was discovered dead Wednesday (Aug. 15) of an apparent suicide. The bassist had performed with John for two decades, and also worked with many other music legends.
Neil Young recently launched his tour in Albuquerque, but rather than filling his set with the songs from the ‘Americana’ album that he released back in June, the singer and his band Crazy Horse went heavy with even newer, previously material. Well, we may get to hear the studio versions soon.
ITV recently ramped up to their 60th anniversary with a poll to determine which U.K. No. 1 single was deemed the best of all-time. Recently the list was narrowed to ten finalists, and Queen can now say they’ve come out on top.
Most remember Freddie Mercury as the frontman for Queen, but a new documentary film takes things a little further by digging through the archives to chronicle the singer’s life, career, and even his solo projects.
Paul McCartney‘s latest musical project has a little bit of a modern cache to it. The vocalist revealed via Twitter that he’s working with the company behind the music for the popular video game ‘Halo.’
High profile love affairs sell books, so it’s a good thing for author Christopher Andersen that the subject of his latest book is not only one of the world’s most renowned rockers but also a notorious ladies man.
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