UM keyboardist Joel Cummins told RVA Mag that the band is hard at work on a new album that will be in the “heavier rock vein.”
Is Reflektor the name of the new Arcade Fire album? It seems all will be revealed on September 9 at 9 p.m.
Music won’t be the only thing on tap at the inaugural Lockn’ Festival. HeadCount will bring a number of non-profits to the event’s “Participation Row.”
Justin Bieber guitarist/musical director Dan Kanter will be Bob Weir’s guest at TRI Studios.
The team that owns Brooklyn Bowl has announced deals to open similar sister venues in both London and Las Vegas.
Will Phish cover The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway this Halloween with Peter Gabriel?
Will Gov’t Mule cover The Doors this Mule-O-Ween? From the looks of the artwork for the show, sure seems like it.
Three JamBase favorites are teaming up for a SEVA benefit that will be held in San Francisco on November 2.
This Sunday morning the House Of Haynes radio show will welcome Savannah Woody to pay tribute to her father – the late great Allen Woody.
Sad news from Neil Young’s camp as the Crazy Horse North American tour has been cancelled.
Maceo Parker, the Blind Boys Of Alabama and Dr. John are just a few of the guests joining The Black Crowes at NYC-area shows this October.
Paul McCartney offered to play the last rock concert at San Francisco’s Candlestick Park according to the city’s mayor.
A new company called Ain’t Art Grand has launched a website to sell fine art concert photography prints directly to fans.
Prince shows his sense of humor with the artwork for his new single – “Breakfast Can Wait.”
The cast of Hands On A Hardbody will perform songs from the musical and will sign CDs in NYC on September 4.
Black Sabbath bassist Geezer Butler hinted that the band’s current tour might be their final one in a recent interview.
Former Zappa guitarist Mike Keneally will release You Must Be This Tall later this month.
Legendary bluegrass act the Del McCoury Band will release The Streets Of Baltimore on September 17.
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