The Who Headline 2015 Glastonbury Festival


The Who closed out the 2015 Glastonbury Festival in grand fashion, taking a pot shot at Kanye West, who performed earlier in the festival, along the way. Referring to West’s claim that he was “the greatest living rock star on the planet” during his set, Who guitarist Pete Townshend described the band’s set-closer “Won’t Get Fooled Again” as “big and rebellious.”More »


Yes Co-Founder Chris Squire Dies


Chris Squire, the founding member of legendary prog rock band Yes, has died at the age of 67. Bandmate Geoff Downes revealed the tragic news on Twitter. “Utterly devastated beyond words to have to report the sad news of the passing of my dear friend, bandmate and inspiration Chris Squire,” says Downes.More »


David Crosby Says Joni Mitchell Still Isn’t Speaking


Joni Mitchell’s longtime friend David Crosby has confirmed that she did in fact suffer an aneurysm and she still isn’t speaking. “To my knowledge she is not speaking yet,” Crosby tells HuffPost. “She is home, she is in care, she is recovering. She took a terrible hit. She had an aneurysm, and nobody found her for a while. And she’s going to have to struggle back from it.”More »


Charlie Daniels Speaks On Confederate Flag Debate


Charlie Daniels has spoken out on the Confederate Flag, which has been thrust into the headlines in the wake of the tragic church shooting in South Carolina. “I was born in 1936, a mere 71 years after the Civil War ended, when the South was looked upon by what seemed to be a majority of the Northern states as an inbred, backward, uneducated, slow-talking and slower-thinking people.”More »


Elton John To Host Apple Music Radio Show


Elton John will host an Apple Music radio show on the channel Beats 1, which launches June 30, along with the new music streaming service from the Cupertino-based company. Other stars to get shows include Drake, Queens of the Stone Age fronter Josh Homme, Pharrell Williams, Dr. Dre, St. Vincent, Disclosure and Jaden Smith.More »