Rob Shanahan/Universal RecordsRingo Starr has signed a new publishing deal that will see his popular 1969 Beatles tune "Octopus's Garden" transformed in an illustrated children's book. Scheduled to hit stores in North America this January, the book will come packaged with a CD featuring a previously unreleased instrumental track by Starr as well as audio of him reading the story. read more ≫
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Photo: Kristin BurnsStevie Nicks is a rich, famous, beautiful rock star, but that doesn't mean it's easy for her to get a date. The Fleetwood Mac singer tells New York magazine that opportunities to meet a significant other can get complicated for someone as recognizable as herself.
"Like I'm gonna go to a bar!" she laughs. "And hang out? I mean, where am I gonna meet somebody?" read more ≫
Photo: Eleanor Stills2013 is turning out to be quite a busy year for Graham Nash. In addition to his previously announced European tour dates with Crosby, Stills & Nash in June, July and August, the singer now has scheduled a series of rare solo concerts in September. The shows, dubbed "An Evening with Graham Nash," will run from a September 11 performance in Burlington, Vermont, through a September 29 appearance in Tarrytown, New York. read more ≫
Capitol/UMeBeach Boys fans soon will be able to get their hands on a new six-CD compilation from the band offering a multitude of unreleased tracks along with dozens of classic hits. Made in California is due out on August 27, and is being released to mark the end of the group's 50th anniversary celebrations. read more ≫
Facebook.com/OfficialDavidCrosbyFans of David Crosby may want to try and catch him in concert soon, since the folk-rock legend suggests that he's just about ready for retirement. In a new interview with The Wall Street Journal, the 71-year-old singer/songwriter admits that his dream would be to mount one more tour with Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young. read more ≫