Capitol/Universal MusicEntertainment Weekly has ranked 100 of the greatest albums ever in their latest issue and, not surprisingly, The Beatles and The Rolling Stones are among the artists that made the biggest impact on the list. The Beatles topped the tally with their 1966 classic, Revolver, which, the magazine notes, "pioneered the idea of a rock album as a singular, complete entity." Three other Fab Four albums also made the cut: 1968's The Beatles -- aka "The White Album" -- was #12, 1969's Abbey Road was #22 an read more ≫
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Alan Silfen/UMG NashvilleSome artists will tell you they never listen to their own music. Well, Lionel Richie admits that not only does he listen to his songs, but they actually helped him cure his depression. read more ≫
Facebook.com/StevenTylerAerosmith's Steven Tyler has lent his talents to a new single by The Bayonets, a band featuring longtime Paul McCartney touring guitarist Brian Ray. The "demon of screamin'" contributed backing vocals and harmonica to the tune, "Vagabond Soul," which will be available as a digital download starting July 4 at TheBayonets.com and BrianRay.com. read more ≫
Samir Hussein/Redferns via Getty ImagesFor the first time in their long history, The Rolling Stones on Saturday headlined England's famous Glastonbury Festival.