Rapper, activist, radio host and Rock And Roll Hall of Fame member Chuck D will serve as Record Store Day’s 2014 Ambassador.
Tickets go on sale starting Jan. 31, 2014, for the Bee Gees’ veteran’s shows, which also will feature his eldest son, Stephen, and his niece, Samantha Gibb.
The activist and folk singer lived long enough to see some of his dreams — including the Obama election and cleanup of the Hudson River — become reality.
The Doors, The Boss, The King and The Killer all put their stamp on ‘Good Rockin’ Tonight.’ And they all owe a debt to Roy Brown, the R&B artist who wrote and recorded the rock and roll classic way back in 1947.
Tom Jones has piled up dozens of chart hits and countless pairs of panties hurled onstage by lovestruck female fans since the 1960s. (Fittingly, his star on the Walk of Fame is in front of a lingerie store). But don’t let the Welsh crooner’s now-gray hair fool you: His voice is as fierce as ever.
Head East co-founder and keyboardist Roger Boyd vows he’ll keep on rocking for as long as he can lift his synthesizer over his head.
A young porter at the Atlantic Hotel in Newquay, U.K., where The Beatles stayed from Sept. 12-15, 1967, obtained the signatures on the gatefold of this U.K., first-issue mono pressing.
Capitol and Apple Corps Ltd. are teaming up to commemorate the 50th anniversary of The Beatles’ arrival in America with “The U.S. Albums,” which spans from 1964′s “Meet The Beatles” to 1970′s “Hey Jude.”
A remastered, expanded edition of “Elvis Recorded Live on Stage In Memphis” — complete with previously unreleased mono tracks — will arrive March 18.
The 48-foot-long banner features larger-than-life photos of original band members Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons, Ace Frehley and Peter Criss in all their spandex and stage-makeup glory.