Category Archives: News

Devon Allman, Duane Betts Team Up for 2018 Tour

Devon Allman and Duane Betts have confirmed the first wave of their 2018 world tour dates. The list includes appearances across the U.S. from January to July, and the sons of Allman Brothers Band members Gregg Allman and Dickey Betts committed to revealing more shows “every two weeks.” See the current list in full below.

15 Years Ago: Pete Townshend Arrested on Child Porn Charges

Caught up in an international child-porn scandal, Pete Townshend didn’t do himself any favors. Not when he admitted to paying for access to an illegal site, not when his explanation as to why seemed to beg credulity, and certainly not when he refused to appear in court. In the end, the Who legend was cleared

Watch Lou Gramm and Mick Jones Perform Onstage With Billy Joel

Billy Joel has made a habit of inviting other acts onstage to join him during his concerts during recent years, and his record-setting residency at Madison Square Garden has offered the opportunity to enlist just about any artist in the New York area. Last night, that list grew to include former Foreigner bandmates Lou Gramm

20 Burning Classic Rock Questions for 2018

If 2018 is anything like the past few years, the next 12 months will be filled with big headlines, exciting tours and new music from many of your favorite classic rock artists. There are some things we already know — like the fact that Iron Maiden will embark on an ’80s-themed tour — or can reasonably predict

If You Only Watch One of Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams, Make It “The Commuter”

With the success of Black Mirror, it appears the era of the prestige sci-fi anthology series is back. Now, Amazon, nipping at Netflix’s heels, has released Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams, a 10-part adaptation of short stories penned by the eponymous sci-fi writer. Like Mirror, Electric Dreams is a mixed bag – one or two

Howard Stern unloads on “shithead” Lorde for canceling Israel concert

While more than 100 prominent musicians, actors, and writers lauded Lorde’s recent decision to cancel a concert in Israel, she’s certainly drawn her fair share of critics, most notable among them Rabbi Shmuley Boteach and comedian Roseanne Barr. Now we can add shock jock Howard Stern to that list, who unloaded on the pop singer on his SiriusXM satellite

Quavo and Travis Scott make national TV debut as Huncho Jack on Kimmel: Watch

Last month, Quavo and Travis Scott teamed up for their collaborative album Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho. The duo stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Tuesday for their debut performance on national television. They ripped through “Eye 2 Eye” with assistance from Quavo’s Migos groupmate Takeoff. Plus, there was a komodo dragon on stage. Watch above. (Read: The 10