The Who have announced their “The Who Turns 50!” tour, which spans across North America throughout 2015. And they are coming to Boston for a show at the TD Garden on October 29…of 2015.
The Foo Fighters are taking over “Letterman: next week. They are set to perform all next week in support of their new album “Sonic Highways”.
AC/DC just announced their newest studio album, but the announcement also came with the sad news that Malcolm Young is leaving the band indefinitely due to undisclosed health issues. Now, it’s being reported that Malcolm is being treated for dementia at a hospital in Australia.
Who needs a second Led Zeppelin reunion anyway? While getting them back together would be incredible, Robert Plant continues to make great solo music – and Jimmy Page ought to try it out himself.
Neil Young has filed for divorce from his wife Pegi after 36 years of marriage. Pegi helped Neil found the Bridge School and was the inspiration for “Unknown Legend” and many other famous love songs.
The Foo FIghters’ new album is officially called “Sonic Highways”, and will feature eight tracks along with guest appearances by Joe Walsh and many others.
The Hypnotic Eye tour is officially underway for Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, who kicked things off in San Diego Sunday night. And a few fans captured some video of the performance!
The Eagles are surprisingly set to play a concert at the Citi Performing Arts Center Wang Theater on September 16, just 24 hours after their show at the TD Garden. But it’s not a night for them: they are guests for Hollywood legend Robert Redford, who is set to receive an award.
The new album from Pink Floyd called “The Endless River” is one of rock’s most anticipated releases of the fall. And since it’s Pink Floyd, it should come as no surprise that the record has been described as “very spacey”.
Why is Tom Petty so worried about the future of humanity? He explained the heavy-handed themes on his new album in a recent interview.