Daily Archives: August 5, 2014

Marianne Faithfull Says Her Heroin Dealer Ex-Boyfriend Was Responsible for Jim Morrison’s Death

Patrick Swirc; Barry Plummer/Elektra RecordsMarianne Faithfull comes forth with a startling revelation in a new interview with U.K. music magazine Mojo: She says she knows who killed Jim Morrison.

Stevie Nicks’ “24 Karat Gold” Album Now Available for Pre-order; New Lyric Video Premieres Online

Warner Bros. RecordsFans can now pre-order Stevie Nicks' upcoming studio album, 24 Karat Gold -- Songs from the Vault, a collection of older tunes by the Fleetwood Mac singer

Track Listing Revealed for Doobie Brothers’ Country Duets Album, “Southbound”

Image Courtesy of Arista NashvilleThe track listing for the new Doobie Brothers country duets album, Southbound, has been revealed. According to Rolling Stone, the record features Doobies members

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Supergroup The Empty Hearts Release Their Self-Titled Debut Album Today

429 RecordsThe self-titled debut album from The Empty Hearts, the new supergroup whose lineup includes founding members of Blondie, The Cars and The Romantics, hits stores today. The band features Blondie

Soundgarden to Play NFL Season-Opening Pre-Show

Universal/Republic RecordsSoundgarden will help the NFL kick off the new pro football season in early September.

The NFL has announced that the Seattle band will perform live outside of their hometown's CenturyLink Field

Deep Purple Guitarist “Really Glad” Band Is Touring the US Again

Image Courtesy of Jim RaketeDeep Purple kicked off its first tour of the U.S. in more than three years last night in Scottsdale, Arizona. The trek will take the

Art Garfunkel Schedules New North American Concerts in September & October

Mitchell Leff/Getty ImagesArt Garfunkel appears to be fully recovered from the debilitating vocal problems that sidelined him from 2010 to last year. The legendary singer has played dozens of

Alan Freed’s Ashes Removed From Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum

Hulton Archive/Getty ImagesThe ashes of Alan Freed -- the Cleveland DJ credited with coining the term "rock 'n' roll" some 60 years ago -- were removed from the Rock and