U2 Performs In NYC Subway Station


U2 shocked fans by dressing up as buskers and giving an impromptu acoustic performance. The rock legends set up shop at the 42nd St. subway station in New York City and the scene was taped for the May 8 edition of Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. The band quickly drew a massive crowd and many fans hit social media sharing photos of the show.More »


James Taylor Releases Red Sox-Inspired Song ‘Angels Of Fenway’


James Taylor has written a new song, “Angels of Fenway,” a track celebrating the Boston Red Sox. According to Taylor, the song focuses on the team’s 2004 championship year, in which it won its first World Series in 86 years. “In 2004, that miracle season, that incredible thing that happened and what it meant to Red Sox fans, and to the city of Boston, to all of New England . . .”More »


The Who Postpone Three Shows Due To Roger Daltrey Needing To Rest His Voice


Roger Daltrey needs time to rest his voice, prompting the Who to cancel three upcoming shows: May 5 at Kansas City’s Sprint Center, May 7 at St. Louis’ Scottrade Center, and May 9 at Louisville’s KFC Yum Center. “It is with great regret that the Who are postponing the next three shows of their ‘The Who Hits 50!’ North American tour based on doctors’ advice . . .”More »


Rolling Stones Extended Version Of ‘B***h’ Unveiled


The Rolling Stones will re-release their 1971 album Sticky Fingers in standard, deluxe and super deluxe formats on June 9. As a teaser, they’ve dropped a previously unheard extended version of “B***h” via Vevo. The group also posted some info on the never before heard cut. “The alternate version of “Bitch” is a longer, looser, earlier take that, like the final version . . .”More »


Bob Dylan Announces U.K. Tour Dates


Bob Dylan has announced a string of U.K. tour dates for October 2015. Dylan will play six shows in total, beginning with three consecutive nights at London’s Royal Albert Hall from October 21 to 23. He will then head to Manchester’s O2 Apollo for back-to-back shows on October 28 and 27 before bringing the run to a close with a date at Cardiff’s Motorpoint Arena on October 29.More »


Roger Waters ‘Angry’ Over State Of Music Industry


Roger Waters of Pink Floyd fame says he’s “angry” at the state of the music industry, which has suffered since the introduction of digital downloading and file sharing. He called those responsible for the technology a “gallery of rogues and thieves [who interject] themselves between the people who aspire to be creative and their potential audience and steal every f-ing cent.”More »