LindseyBuckingham.comOver the last few years, Lindsey Buckingham has been enjoying a particularly prolific period as a solo artist, but says he's "looking forward to" hitting the road with Fleetwood Mac again in 2013. The singer/guitarist tells Billboard that his old band will soon be announcing dates for a new tour, which he expects to get under way in early April. read more ≫
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Photo: Danny ClinchNeil Young & Crazy Horse's current North American tour originally was scheduled to wrap up Tuesday in Bridgeport, Connecticut, but the band has added a special benefit show this Thursday in Atlantic City, New Jersey, to raise money for a very worthy cause. The concert, which will take place at the Borgata Casino Hotel's ballroom, will raise money for the American Red Cross' efforts to aid the many people affected by Hurricane Sandy. read more ≫
Columbia RecordsA brand-new recording by Patti Smith will get its debut on Sunday night during the season finale of HBO's prohibition-era crime drama, Boardwalk Empire. Smith recorded a rendition of the old standard "I Ain't Got Nobody" specifically for the program, which will premiere at 9 p.m. ET.
In the episode, titled "Margate Sands," lead character Nucky Thompson -- portrayed by Steve Buscemi -- and his nemesis, volatile mobster Gyp Rosetti, have a showdown over control of Atlantic City. read more ≫
Rhino RecordsAn album featuring rare and unreleased live recordings of Peter, Paul and Mary will be released on December 11 to commemorate the famed folk trio's 50th anniversary.
Live in Japan, 1967, which will be available as a two-CD set and a digital download, gathers 24 songs that Peter Yarrow, Paul Stookey and the late Mary Travers performed at concerts in Tokyo and Kyoto during December of that year. read more ≫
Facebook.com/MichaelJacksonClothing worn by Michael Jackson on and off stage will be available to the highest bidders on Sunday as part of a sale organized by Julien's Auctions Beverly Hills Gallery in Los Angeles. The items featured in the auction and its accompanying exhibit were designed by longtime Jackson collaborators Dennis Tompkins and Michael Bush. read more ≫