Legendary Bay Area rockers Night Ranger are back with Don’t Let Up, their latest studio album, on March 24. The disc will be available in both a standard edition and a deluxe edition (featuring bonus track and bonus DVD … Read the rest
Back on Track
The Greg Kihn Band once sang “they don’t write ’em like that anymore.” The Bay Area rocker will put that theory to the test when his reformed band releases their cheekily-titled Rekihndled album on March 17th.
Check out the catchy … Read the rest
John Mellencamp returns on April 28th with his 23rd full-length album, Sad Clowns and Hillbillies, and will tour this summer.
He’ll be joined by Carlene Carter, daughter of June Carter Cash and stepdaughter of Johnny Cash, who is featured … Read the rest
Depeche Mode returns with a new single from their forthcoming album Spirit – and like the rest of the world, they’ve been thinking about politics!
“Where’s the Revolution” is the first new music from the British band in four years … Read the rest
Queen’s meteoric ascendancy during the 1970s has been well documented. From their gloriously ambitious self-titled debut album of 1973 through to the album that put them in the superstar bracket, 1975’s A Night At The Opera, and beyond, this … Read the rest
NPG Records and Warner Bros. Records announced two new Prince releases that will celebrate the iconic artist’s music and introduce fans to previously unreleased material from his legendary vault. This will mark the first Prince recordings released since his passing … Read the rest
Sting has released his first rock single in over a decade.
It’s the first track from 57th and 9th, and here it is in its studio incarnation … as well as a live performance for an intimate KROQ audience.… Read the rest
Rock mainstays Def Leppard have dropped the latest video from their album Def Leppard, and it’s a funky affair!
“Man Enough” eschews the band’s glossy pop-metal production sheen for a bass-heavy groove that would be comfortable alongside classic funk … Read the rest
Tears for Fears have made a pair of announcements that will make fans sow the seeds of love. See what we did there?
Not only have they rescheduled a tour for the fall, but theyve also begun working on a … Read the rest
Red Hot Chili Peppers have released the first single from their forthcoming album The Getaway, which drops June 17th. It’s the first new music from RHCP since 2011’s I’m With You.
The song “Dark Necessities” features a deeper-than-usual 70s … Read the rest
After successfully touring and playing the music of the Thompson Twins for the first time in 27 years, Tom Bailey has recorded “Come So Far,” a single inspired by the current refugee crisis, with all profits going to Doctors Without … Read the rest
Bay Area! How’s this for the ultimate hometown show?
Journey, Santana, Steve Miller Band, The Doobie Brothers and a special guest are coming to AT&T Park on September 4th! The show is being billed as San Francisco Fest 2016 on … Read the rest
Cheap Trick is on a roll!
Not only will the iconic band finally enter the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on April 8th, but will also release their long-awaited new album, Bang, Zoom, Crazy … Hello. It’s their … Read the rest
Van Halen’s once and current lead singer David Lee Roth has released a soulful balled called “Ain’t No Christmas,” which has been widely interpreted as a farewell to Van Halen.The song was released on The Roth Show.
That’s probably … Read the rest
Rick Springfield is on fire!
Well, not literally, but there’s no doubt the man most known for “Jessie’s Girl” is as prolific and busy as he’s ever been. Fresh off his appearance at the iHeart80s Party, Springfield surprised fans by … Read the rest
Former Journey singer Steve Perry is making his first solo record in 22 years.
After nearly two decades out of the spotlight, there were blips on the radar that showed Perry was itching to get back in the game. There … Read the rest
On the 30th anniversary of the release of their first album, Norwegian band a-ha is back together after a 6 year hiatus to release new music.
Morten Harket, Magne Furuholmen and Paul Waaktaar-Savoy fondly remember their performance at the … Read the rest