• Bob Dylan to Release New Album, "Shadows in the Night," Next Year

    Bob Dylan to Release New Album, "Shadows in the Night," Next Year

    Bob Dylan will release a new studio album called Shadows in the Night sometime in 2015, according to a rep for Sony Legacy.  Initial reports about the project emerged this past May, when the lauded singer/songwriter posted a stream of a rendition of the 1945 Frank Sinatra hit “Full Moon and Empty Arms” on his website. At the time, a Dylan spokesperson told Rolling Stone, “The track is definitely from a forthcoming album due later on this year,” although the release obviously has now been pushed back.  Rolling Stone has now reported that the entire record will be made up… Read more

  • Daryl Hall Expecting Audience to Dress Like Him & John Oates at Online Halloween Show Tonight

    Daryl Hall Expecting Audience to Dress Like Him & John Oates at Online Halloween Show Tonight

    Tonight, Daryl Hall & John Oates will play “Hall-O-Ween & Oates,” a special Halloween concert that will stream live online on Yahoo starting at 9 p.m. ET.  Daryl says he expects plenty of costumes in the audience, including ones inspired by himself and John. Speaking to Rolling Stone, Daryl says, “I’ve played many Halloween shows over the years, but never anything like this.”  The occasion is the opening of Daryl’s House, the singer’s new bar and concert venue in Pawling, New York, inspired by his popular TV and online series Live from Daryl’s House.  Six episodes of the show’s new… Read more

  • Sammy Hagar Says He Would Sing with Van Halen Again Under the Right Circumstances

    Sammy Hagar Says He Would Sing with Van Halen Again Under the Right Circumstances

    Sammy Hagar acrimoniously parted ways with Van Halen about a decade ago, but the Red Rocker says that under the right circumstances he would be willing to reunite with his old band mates. “I would play with anybody that loves me and that I love.  That would include Van Halen, but the love’s not there right now,” Hagar tells Rolling Stone.  “I do love those guys, [although we] really bumped heads on the last tour.” Hagar says Van Halen’s 2004 reunion tour “was just a mess and I would never go into a mess like that again.”  He adds that… Read more

  • Bob Seger Loves Halloween but Not Dressing Up

    Bob Seger Loves Halloween but Not Dressing Up

    It’s no secret that Bob Seger likes that old time rock ‘n’ roll, but did you now that he’s also a big fan of Halloween?  The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer tells ABC News Radio that he and his family enjoy getting together to celebrate the holiday with all the little trick-or-treaters who come to their house for candy. “My wife loves Halloween, and her mother comes over and her sister and [her] kid and our kids, and we just sit at the front door and watch all the great kid costumes and the parents from the neighborhood,” says… Read more

  • Marvin Gaye's Family Wins First Round in Copyright-Infringement Battle over Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines"

    Marvin Gaye's Family Wins First Round in Copyright-Infringement Battle over Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines"

    A judge in California is allowing a lawsuit initiated by the late Marvin Gaye‘s family to move forward that alleges pop/R&B stars Pharrell Williams and Robin Thicke stole parts of a classic Gaye song to write their smash “Blurred Lines.” U.S. District Court Judge John Kronstadt on Thursday denied a motion seeking to have the claim of copyright infringement thrown out before trial. That motion had been brought by “Blurred Lines” writers Pharrell, Thicke and rapper T.I. last July, in response to a string of suits between themselves and their publishers on one hand and the Gaye family and Gaye’s… Read more

  • Gregg Allman Dismissed from Civil Lawsuit Tied to Midnight Rider Biopic Accident

    Gregg Allman Dismissed from Civil Lawsuit Tied to Midnight Rider Biopic Accident

    Gregg Allman and his manager, Michael Lehman, have been dropped from a civil lawsuit initiated by the family of Sarah Jones, the camera assistant who was killed by a train during the filming of the Allman biopic Midnight Rider this past February.  Deadline reports that an attorney for Jones’ parents announced Thursday that they were dismissing claims against Allman and Lehman, who were serving as co-producers of the movie, as well as against the Open Road Films distribution company. “After reviewing the many thousands of pages of documents, and other information we have obtained through the legal discovery process, it… Read more

  • Bob Seger Announces New North American Concerts, Reveals Venues for Second-Leg Tour Dates

    Bob Seger Announces New North American Concerts, Reveals Venues for Second-Leg Tour Dates

    Bob Seger has scheduled several new concerts as part of the second leg of his recently-announced North American tour with his Silver Bullet Band in support of his latest album, Ride Out.  Among the newly-added shows are performances on January 27 in Charleston, West Virginia; February 3 in Ft. Meyers, Florida; February 10 in Lafayette, Louisiana; and February 17 in Wichita, Kansas. In addition, the venues for all of the concerts taking place during the trek’s second leg have been revealed, except for Seger’s final scheduled show on February 27 in Los Angeles.  As previously reported, the first leg of… Read more

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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