Credit: Jay BlakesbergNeil Young will be heading to the heart of the Rocky Mountains this fall to play his first shows ever in Telluride, Colorado, on September 30 and October 1. The folk-rock legend and his current backing band, Promise of the Real -- the group fronted by Willie Nelson's son Lukas -- will be performing on a new state-of-the-art stage in Telluride Town Park.Tickets for the concerts go on sale to the general public this Thursday, July 28, at 11 a.m. MT, while a presale at local
Credit: Jimmy KingAn archival David Bowie box set titled Who Can I Be Now? (1974–1976), a follow-up to 2015's Five Years (1969-1973) compilation, will be released on September 23. The expansive collection will include remastered versions of four Bowie albums -- Diamond Dogs, David Live, Young Americans and Station to Station -- as well as a previously unreleased 1974 studio effort called The Gouster recorded just before Young Americans.In addition, Who Can I Be Now? contains previously unr
Mike Lawrie/Getty ImagesRick Springfield is about to unleash his inner devil.The 66-year-old singer/actor has been tapped to play the new Lucifer in The CW horror series Supernatural, according to The Hollywood Reporter. "Lucifer is going to try out different vessels and the first one he feels comfortable in is a rock star named Vince Vicente," executive producer Bob Singer revealed at the long-running show's Comic-Con 2016 panel in San Diego on Sunday."We have cast that role,"
L-R: Nancy & Ann Wilson of Heart; Michael Stewart/WireImageEvery election cycle, there’s always at least a few stories about candidates using a singer or band’s song in their campaign without the artist’s permission. Most recently, it’s the Donald Trump campaign that’s taken heat for that from Queen, The Rolling Stones and George Harrison. Now, John Oliver is giving the artists their say.A segment that aired Sunday night on HBO’s Last Week To
Credit: Glenn GottliebYes launches a new long-distance U.S. runaround tonight in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. On this tour, the famed prog-rockers will be playing their 1980 album Drama in its entirety, sides one and four of the band's 1973 double-disc Tales from Topographic Oceans, and a few classic tunes.Yes keyboardist Geoff Downes is very familiar with Drama, of course, having played on the original album and tour, but he tells ABC Radio that it was a challenge to learn the long pieces from
Frans Schellekens/Redferns(NEW YORK) -- Almost 20 years after his death, we're going to get a feature-length documentary about the late INXS lead singer Michael Hutchenece.Director Richard Lowenstein will both direct and produce the documentary. He goes way back with the band: he directed the music videos for "What You Need," "Listen Like Thieves," "Need You Tonight/Mediate," "Never Tear Us Apart," "New Sensation" and other hits, as well as the short documentaries INXS: Swing and O
Aude Guerrucci-Pool/Getty ImagesAretha Franklin will headline the second day of a new music, food and wine festival called the City Winery Open that will take place September 17 and 18 at Forest Hills Stadium in the New York City borough of Queens. The event, co-organized by the City Winery franchise, will feature an eclectic lineup of performers, as well as food from 40 top New York-area chefs and restaurants, and dozens of wines from around the world.Other music acts that will hit the stage