Photo: Eleanor StillsStephen Stills' expansive, career-spanning box set, Carry On, hits stores this Tuesday, but the folk-rock great admits that if it had been left to him, the collection may have never seen the light of day. The four-CD, 82-song package was put together in large part by his band mate Graham Nash, whom the singer/guitarist says was the right man for the job. read more ≫
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RecordStoreDay.comAdd Pink Floyd, David Bowie and Ringo Starr to the list of artists who will make contributions to Record Store Day next month.
A seven-inch vinyl single from Pink Floyd, featuring "See Emily Play" and "Scarecrow," will be released on Record Store Day, April 20. "See Emily Play" was the band's second U.K. single; "Scarecrow" was its B-side.
"See Emily Play" was later featured on the U.S. version of Pink Floyd's debut album, The Piper at the Gates of Dawn. read more ≫
PRNewsFoto/STILETTO EntertainmentBarry Manilow doesn't take himself too seriously...which is why he's thrilled about the way Glee featured his music on this past Thursday's episode, "Guilty Pleasures." read more ≫
TheBeachBoys.comThe Beach Boys' 50th anniversary tour may be a thing of the past, but the band continues to entertain fans around the world, albeit without founding members Brian Wilson and Al Jardine. The group's lineup led by singer Mike Love and longtime keyboardist Bruce Johnston has a bunch of North American concerts scheduled in the coming months, stretching from an April 4 performance in Westbury, New York, through a July 20 stop in Baltimore. read more ≫
Phillip V. Caruso/HBOAl Pacino and Helen Mirren star in the new movie Phil Spector, which premieres tonight on HBO. The film is a fictional tale based on the client-attorney relationship between the legendary music producer and Linda Kenney Baden, a defense attorney who represented Spector at his first ****** trial for the 2003 shooting death of actress Lana Clarkson at his California mansion. read more ≫