dBpm Records will release the new album from Wilco front man Jeff Tweedy featuring 20 songs recorded with his son Spencer on September 16.
Foo Fighters front man Dave Grohl revealed the band’s new album only features eight tracks, but that it’s their longest LP yet.
A video release containing highlights from January’s Jam Cruise 12 is now available from TourGigs. Check out “Hey Na Na” from Galactic featuring Maggie Koerner and David Shaw.
Brian May broke the news that a planned Queen compilation may include previously unreleased Freddie Mercury tracks.
FiKus will self-release Living Life Through Multicolored Scenery on July 1.
A box set documenting Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young’s 1974 tour is set for a July release.
Pink Floyd has announced the upcoming release of a The Division Bell 20th Anniversary Box Set.
More details about the Dave Grohl-produced HBO series have been announced along with news of the Foo Fighters’s new album.
The Flaming Lips have revealed the release date and cover art for a forthcoming full-album cover of The Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.
Vermont quartet Phish has finally revealed details of their first studio album since 2009, Fuego.
Bob Dylan has posted a cover of “Full Moon and Empty Arms” on his website and his reps have revealed a new album is on the way.
Next month the Dave Matthews Band will re-issue their 1993 debut album, Remember Two Things, including a pair of bonus tracks.
An official recording of My Morning Jacket’s October 14th, 2005 show is available for purchase.
Jeff Austin and his band have a number of dates scheduled and will soon record their debut album.
The A Letter Home box set includes vinyl, a DVD, a CD and much more.
Jamtronica act Digital Tape Machine have unveiled the four-track Omens EP, which is available for free.
Aaron “Gene Ween” Freeman has formed a new band that will release a debut LP in July. Check out a track from the album shared by none other than Jack Black.
Neil Young’s A Letter Home album features covers from the likes of Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen and Phil Ochs.
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