The Rolling Stones will release a home video of their 2016 Latin America concert tour. The film Olé Olé Olé! A Trip Across Latin America is scheduled for release on May 26.
Police guitarist Andy Summers has opened up about his new solo release. The new album dropped earlier this week and is titled Triboluminescence. It comes along with a preview of his new documentary Can't Stand Losing You: Surviving The Police.
A new David Bowie-inspired watch is reportedly in the works. The watch will be released by Swiss luxury watch designer Raymond Weil and it will be dubbed the "David Bowie Freelancer." They describe it as a timepiece that "celebrates the legendary icon's musicality, style and unmatched innovation."
Kansas is extending their 'Leftoverture 40th Anniversary Tour' into December.
The group has announced 32 new dates for late summer through late fall, beginning August 25 in Shreveport, Lousiana. The band will make an October 6 stop in their birthplace of Topeka before coming to an end December 9 in The Villages, Florida.
Chicago has signed on to appear at the upcoming Race to Erase MS event. The fundraiser is scheduled to take place on May 5 at the Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles. This year the band will join Soprano's actor Jamie-Lynn Sigler, who will receive the Medal of Hope for her battle with MS.
Tom Petty has signed on for a headlining set at the upcoming KAABOO Music Fest. The event is set to take place this year in Del Mar, California between September 15 and 17. The event broke news of the official lineup along with a ticket link via their official Twitter.
Also confirmed to appear are Red Hot Chili Peppers, Pink, Muse and Weezer among others.
Queen have confirmed plans to release their own custom version of the classic board game Monopoly. News of the new game came via guitarist Brian May, who opened up about the project on his website after information about the game leaked on Amazon.com.
The city of Liverpool, England is set for a special tribute to the 50th anniversary of the classic Beatles release Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Heart's Club Band. The city has commissioned a series of new visual art pieces that will commemorate each of the album's classic songs.
Former Boston drummer John Thomas "Sib" Hashian has died at the age of 67, according to ABC affiliate WCVB.
According to reports, Hashian collapsed while performing as part of the Legends of Rock Cruise. Hashian's son confirmed those details with TMZ.
"Big Boys," a new single that is taken off of Chuck Berry's final studio album CHUCK, has been released.
The new album will feature guest appearances from Gary Clark Jr., Tom Morello, Nathaniel Rateliff and Berry's grandson Charles Berry III. CHUCK is comprised of 10 new recordings, eight of which were written by Berry.
Blondie has released "Long Time," a new track that will appear on the band's upcoming full length, Pollinator.
"I've been running circles round a night that never ends," Debbie Harry sings. "I've been chasing heartache in a city and a friend/ I've been with you so long, even seen you lose/ But who cares?"
Diana Ross and Melissa Etheridge have been added to the summer lineup at Tanglewood in Lenox, Massachusetts.
Ross will perform at the Koussevitzky Music Shed on August 30 at 7pm and Etheridge will join Keith Lockhart and the Boston Pops for a season-ending show on September 3 at 2:30pm. Tickets for both performances will go on sale March 27.
Todd Rundgren has revealed the complete guest list of collaborators on his forthcoming new album. The new release will be titled White Knight and will be his first release since 2015's Global. His spring tour, dubbed the "White Knight: The Chivalrock Tour," will run between April and June.
Don Henley has revealed plans for a solo tour in North America later this year. The run is set to kick off on July 22 at the American Airlines Center in Dallas and will run through July 29 when he'll wrap in Los Angeles as Dodger's Stadium.
Bruce Springsteen and Tom Hanks have both reportedly signed on to give a talk during the Tribeca Film Festival. The pair will individually speak during part of a new discussion series at the year's event that will also include Kobe Bryant, Lena Dunham and Barbra Streisand.