Mick Jagger And Courtney Love Perform ‘Wonderwall’ Duet At Oscars Party


In perhaps the most unlikely of duets, Mick Jagger and Courtney Love teamed up for a karaoke performance of Oasis’ “Wonderwall” at a post-Oscars part in Beverly Hills. “It was an absolute scream,” an insider told The Mirror. “Guests were crowded around, clapping and singing along with them. It was a real crowd-pleaser. Mick was really giving it some swagger.”More »


Aerosmith Rocks Donington 2014 ‘Mama Kin’ Clip Surfaces


A live version of Aerosmith’s “Mama Kin” taken off of their forthcoming live release Aerosmith Rocks Donington 2014 has surfaced online. The movie version of this concert plays in select theaters this Friday. The 90-minute film is part of Fathom Events’ new Classic Music Series. You can find a complete list of theaters that will be showing the movie, as well as ticket information.More »


KISS Admit To Using Recorded Tracks During Concert


KISS say that they use pre-recorded tracks to augment their live performances. The band announced the news in a Twitter post that also noted that they added their new single, “Samurai Son,” recorded with Japanese outfit Momoiro Clover Z, to their live set. “Recorded Samurai Son for Japan. To reproduce production here we play live with extra tracks. Nothing to hide,” KISS wrote.More »


Stevie Wonder, Smokey Robinson And More Featured On Motown 25 Box Set


Stevie Wonder and Smokey Robinson are among the artists featured on a 144-track seven CD box set recalling the 1983 TV special, Motown: Yesterday, Today, Forever. NBC will revive the special on Saturday, February 28, while the box set will accompany the special. Producer TJ Lubinsky said that his team uncovered a number of exciting previously unheard moments.More »


McCartney Takes Home Top Prize At 2015 Pollstar Concert Industry Awards


Paul McCartney took home the top award at the 26th annual Pollstar Concert Industry Awards over the weekend, earning the Major Tour of the Year Prize for the 2014 edition of his Out There World Tour. It’s the third time Macca has won the honor, previously doing so in 2002 and 1990. Other winners included Katy Perry for Most Creative Stage Production.More »