As we previously told you, Queen and Adam Lambert teased a big announcement earlier this week, and now they’ve revealed the news. After seven years performing together the artists will release their first-ever live album/DVD.
As we previously told you, a Whitney Houston biopic is in the works, with Whitney’s good friend, music executive Clive Davis producing, and in a new interview with "Variety," Clive promises the film will be a “no holds barred” portrait of the singer.
As we previously told you, twin brothers Tim and Fred Williams recently went viral with their video of them listening to Phil Collins’ “In The Air Tonight” for the first time. Well, the brothers have been posting such videos for a while now, and at least one artist is completely flattered by their reaction.
The 45th anniversary of David Bowie’s classic album “Young Americans” is being celebrated with a new vinyl release. The limited-edition reissue will drop September 18th on “brick and mortar” gold-colored vinyl.
Weird Al Yankovic is looking back on his career with a new book set to drop this fall. “Black & White & Weird All Over,” dropping October 27th, will feature previously unreleased black-and-white photos taken by his drummer for the last 40 years, Jon “Bermuda” Schwartz.
In June, Tom Petty’s estate announced that the long-awaited Wildflowers box set would finally be released, and they shared an unreleased demo of “You Don’t Know How It Feels” from it. But now there's more and fans are super excited.