A new posthumous single from Chuck Berry has been released. The new track is titled "Wonderful Woman" and will be included on the late music legend's final album, Chuck. The previously unreleased songs that will be featured on the album were recorded by Berry between 2001 and 2014. On the track, the rock godfather sings about the experience of being stopped in his tracks.
Blondie has unveiled their new track "Fragments." The track is a cover of a folk tune by the Vancouver-based indie band Unkindness and will be included on the Blondie's forthcoming new release Pollinator.
Aretha Franklin has sounded off against Dionne Warwick for a comment the latter made at Whitney Houston's funeral. The new comments stem from Warwick speaking to attendees at the funeral and initially stating that Franklin was in attendance when she was not.
Ringo Starr has announced a contest that will give one lucky fan the opportunity to join the former Beatle and his friends for brunch on his upcoming 77th birthday. Fans can enter the contest by making a minimum $10 donation to the David Lynch Foundation through Omaze. The contest winner will receive an all-expenses paid trip to Los Angeles and will be put up in a four-star hotel.
Gregg Allman has rejected rumors that he has entered hospice care. Word that he had entered a hospice facility spread earlier this week but he was quick to correct the report and affirm that he is home and expects to make a full recovery.
Genesis has dropped the hint that they may be planning a 50th anniversary reunion. The band has remained coy about any specific plans of the future, but guitarist Mike Rutherford recently spoke with the UK's Daily Mirror and didn't rule anything out.
Steely Dan rocker Donald Fagan has revealed plans for a solo tour this year. The run kicks off with a two-night stand on August 3 and 4 in Port Chester, New York at the Capitol Theatre and will continue through September when he'll travel to Yokohama, Japan for the Yokohama Blue Note Jazz Fest.
Lynyrd Skynyrd has revealed that filming has begun on their new biopic. The film will be titled Street Survivors: The True Story of the Lynyrd Skynyrd Plane Crash and the cast will include Taylor Clift as Ronnie Van Zant, Samuel Kay Forrest as guitarist Steve Gaines and Rich Dally III as guitarist Allen Collins.
Elton John has canceled a total of 8 concert dates, including his upcoming run of shows at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, in order to recover from a "harmful and unusual bacterial infection." The cancellations will affect the April and May dates of his "The Million Dollar Piano" shows, as well as his May 6 concert in Bakersfield, California.
While Neil Young's Pono Music has been offline since last summer, Young is starting over with a new streaming service called Xstream. For Xstream, he partnered with Singapore firm Orastream to create "an adaptive streaming service that changes with available bandwidth" for "complete high-resolution playback."
Bruce Springsteen made a surprise appearance alongside longtime collaborator Steven Van Zandt over the weekend at the Asbury Park Music and Film Festival. The performance took place as a promotion for a film titled Just Before the Dawn, which tells the story of a former club in the city.
John Fogerty has joined Brad Paisley in his new video for the track "Love and War." It's the lead single and title track from the country star's new record, which dropped on April 21.
Chic has confirmed plans for a US tour later this year with Earth, Wind & Fire. The run is set to kick off on July 12th in Oakland, California and will run through August 19 in Atlanta, Georgia when they'll hit the Verizon Amphitheater.
Former KISS drummer Peter Criss says that he is set to retire because he is 71 and wants to do more with his life while he is still able to.
Styx has revealed plans for their forthcoming new release The Mission. The album will mark the band's first new release in 14 years and follows 2003's Cyclorama. The release is a concept album detailing a space trip to Mars.