Bruce Springsteen will release a single called “High Hopes” next week.
Pink Floyd guitarist David Gilmour is working a new album at his home in Brighton, England according to Graham Nash.
Aaron “Gene Ween” Freeman has released a collection of six demos he recorded between 2009 – 2011.
The next Jerry Garcia archival release will feature JGB and Weir/Wasserman sets from two Fall 1989 shows.
Billboard.com has revealed the new U2 album is due in April.
The Widespread Panic Archive opens up for the release of an exceptional show from 2001.
Next week John Fogerty will play three shows at the Beacon Theatre in NYC. At each gig he will perform a classic Creedence Clearwater Revival album as well as other material.
The next installment of the Road Tapes series of Frank Zappa live archival releases will contain at least one of two shows he played in Helsinki, Finland on August 23, 1973.
Light In The Attic has announced the first U.S. issuing of the Grateful Dead’s One From The Vault on vinyl.
The Grateful Dead will release the only show they played in Montana as Dave’s Picks Volume 9.
Beck’s Morning Phase is due for a February 2014 release.
Neil Young will release a compilation of tracks from his solo run at Washington, D.C.’s Cellar Door in 1970 next month.
The Grateful Dead will release FAMILY DOG AT THE GREAT HIGHWAY, SAN FRANCISCO, CA 4/18/70 as a 2-LP set on Black Friday via Rhino Records.
The latest Umphrey’s McGee HD video release contains the band’s entire 4/20 show from earlier this year in Austin.
Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings will finally issue a new album after Jones’s battle with cancer.
David Lemieux has announced the details of the next installment of Dave’s Picks.
Highlights from April’s Eric Clapton Crossroads Festival will be released on DVD, Blu-Ray and CD next month.
The Move Me Brightly tribute to Jerry Garcia that was held at TRI Studios last year is coming to DVD and Blu-Ray.
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