Beautiful Day MediaAfter touring across North America with the latest edition of his All Starr Band this summer, Ringo Starr will bring the same lineup of musicians overseas next year for a series of shows in Japan, New Zealand and Australia. So far, six concerts have been confirmed, mapped out from a February 7 performance in Christchurch, New Zealand, through a March 1 stop in Osaka, Japan. While no Australia dates have been announced yet, a series of shows in the country are slated to be revealed on October 26. read more ≫
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MJ Kim/MPL Communications Ltd.Paul McCartney has amassed a series of new tunes that he's recorded with Ethan Johns, the producer has revealed to NME.com. According to Johns, whose resume includes projects with Tom Jones, Joe Cocker and Kings of Leon, the new material sounds like "classic Paul." read more ≫
RollingStones.comThe Rolling Stones showed up en masse Thursday night in London for the premiere of the band's new documentary, Crossfire Hurricane. The movie was screened as part of the British Film Institute's 56th annual London Film Festival. The group's current official lineup -- singer Mick Jagger, guitarist Keith Richards, drummer Charlie Watts and guitarist Ronnie Wood -- all walked the red carpet, as did the former members Bill Wyman and Mick Taylor. read more ≫
Facebook.com/MichaelJacksonThe buzz about Spike Lee's Michael Jackson: Bad25 documentary has been going on for months, and finally, fans of the Gloved One will get a sneak peek at the film. A 60-second trailer for the doc is making its U.S. premiere Thursday morning on ABC's The View. The show airs at 11 a.m. E.T.
But M.J. fans will have to wait until Thanksgiving Day, November 22, at 9:30 p.m. E.T. to see the full BAD25 doc air on ABC. Directed by Lee, the film celebrates the 25th anniversary of Michael's Bad album and world tour of the same name. read more ≫
Facebook.com/MichaelJacksonABC has the exclusive rights to air the latest Spike Lee documentary, Michael Jackson: BAD25, which chronicles the creation of Michael Jackson's iconic 1987 album with never-before-seen footage. The trailer for the highly-anticipated doc premiered Thursday morning on ABC's The View. read more ≫