Pulse of Radio
Keith Richards – “Mick Likes To Think He’s in Control”
Keith Richards makes no bones about the fact that the leadership of the Rolling Stones has been a bone of contention between him and Mick Jagger for the past 35 years.
Tom Petty Says New Album Recalls Classic Sounds
Tom Petty promises that fans with find a touch of both the old and new in his upcoming followup to 2010's Mojo.
Neil Young Releasing 1970 Club Gig
Neil Young will tentatively issue his latest vault release on September 6th, called Live At The Cellar Door 1970, as part of his ongoing "Performance Archive Series."
Tom Petty Slams Today’s Country Music
Plenty of today's country stars are self-proclaimed Tom Petty fans, but apparently the feeling isn't mutual.
Allmans Guitarist Hopeful For New Studio Set
Allman Brothers guitarist Warren Haynes is busy with a new Gov't Mule album plus solo dates, but he also thinks the Allmans should get in the studio and do a new album themselves.
Peter Frampton Says Industry Preventing Box Set
Peter Frampton says that the state of the record industry has all but made a career-spanning box set a bad investment.
John Fogerty Selling Mansion for $25 Million
He may be "Born on the Bayou" but John Fogerty's Beverly Hills Mansion is on the market for a cool $25 million.
Rod Stewart Rarities Includes Who, Hendrix Covers
Rod Stewart's early-'70s heyday will be featured on the September 3rd archival release, Rarities. The double disc, 24-track set, features alternate takes and BBC in-studio radio performances of classic cuts from what many consider his golden era, encompassing material from his first five a…
Stephen Stills Eyeing Second ‘Rides’ Album
Stephen Stills says that his new blues supergroup the Rides, featuring guitarist Kenny Wayne Shepherd and keyboardist Barry Goldberg, was formed for no other reason than Stills had the itch to keep playing.
Flashback: Concert for Bangladesh
It was 42 years ago today (August 1st, 1971) that George Harrison and friends performed the legendary Concert For Bangladesh at New York City's Madison Square Garden. Harrison organized the shows at the urging of his mentor, sitar virtuoso Ravi Shankar, who asked Harrison to help raise and awar…