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Credit: Danny O'ConnorTodd Rundgren wraps up his current U.S. solo tour with a pair of concerts over the Memorial Day weekend in New Haven, Connecticut. The shows, which take place Sunday and Monday at the College Street Music Hall, originally were supposed be held at Daryl Hall's venue Daryl's Place in Pawling, New York, but recently were moved.After his trek winds down, Rundgren will switch his attention to Ringo Starr's All Starr Band, which launches its own stateside outing on Friday, June
05/28/2016 06:00:00am
Gregg DeGuire/WireImage; Paul Archuleta/FilmMagicRingo Starr and KISS' Gene Simmons are among the celebrities who are participating in a new social media campaign launched by pop star Richard Marx's in honor of Cystic Fibrosis Awareness Month.Marx's "Take a Breath for CF" campaign, which officially kicks off today, May 27, encourages social media users to post videos of themselves taking a breath in and a breath out and saying, "I'm taking a breath for CF." It's an effort to raise awareness
05/27/2016 07:00:00pm
PRNewsFoto/Autism RocksPrince will be honored by Morris Day & The Time, CeeLo Green and Mark Ronson at two benefit concerts in London.The Autism Rocks shows are scheduled for June 24 and 25 at the Hammersmith Eventim Apollo in London and will raise funds for autism research.The founder of the organization, Sanjay Shah, has fond memories of Prince headlining the Autism Rocks launch concert in 2014."We will always be grateful for all the support Prince has shown to the charity and the incred
05/27/2016 03:00:00pm
Credit: Aaron FarleyCheap Trick will say "hello there" to the ladies and gentlemen watching the Audience Network tonight when the band appears on a self-titled special at 9 p.m. ET/PT. The show features the power-pop legends performing some of their best-known tunes and sitting down for an in-depth interview about their long career.The event was taped recently at Red Studios in Los Angeles.You can watch a trailer for the program, as well as clips of the band performing their classic songs "
05/27/2016 03:00:00pm
RhinoEvery three years from 2004 to 2013, Eric Clapton hosted and organized the Crossroads Guitar Festival, a series of star-studded music extravaganzas that raised money for his Crossroads Centre rehab facility in Antigua. Now, a new compilation titled Crossroads Revisited: Selections from the Crossroads Guitar Festival featuring highlights from the events is scheduled to be released as a three-CD set and digital download on July 1.Held in various U.S. cities in 2004, 2007, 2010 and 2013, th
05/27/2016 11:00:00am
Larry Busacca/Getty Images for Island Records"Red Nose Day," a two-hour live event designed to raise money for charity organizations that focus on helping children and young people in the U.S. and around the world lift themselves out of poverty, aired Thursday night on NBC.The star-studded event included a performance from Elton John, who performed "A Good Heart."The telecast also featured celebrities from film and TV, including Julia Roberts, Liam Neeson, Jack Black, Julianne Moore, and Emma
05/27/2016 06:03:00am
RhinoHere it is! The Monkees' first studio album in 20 years, Good Times!, gets released today. The record, which celebrates the band's 50th anniversary, features new contributions from surviving members Michael Nesmith, Micky Dolenz and Peter Tork, and also includes tunes written especially for the project by a variety of respected modern-rock artists.Nesmith tells ABC Radio that he was pleasantly surprised with Good Times!, while crediting the different songwriters who lent their talents to th
05/27/2016 06:00:00am
Frazer Harrison/Getty ImagesNeil Young appeared on CBS' The Late Show with Stephen Colbert Thursday night to promote his upcoming live album with Promise of the Real, Earth. He also chatted about politics and fought with corn -- really.The episode began with a sketch in which Stephen Colbert pointed out that Young is allowing the candidate he supports, Bernie Sanders, to use his hit "Rockin' in the Free World," but in the past has spoken out against Donald Trump using it. "I didn't like that ide
05/27/2016 06:00:00am