Photo: Clay Patrick McBrideLynyrd Skynyrd fans wondering what's in store for the band can log on to ExtraTV.com today for a live video chat with singer Johnny Van Zant and guitarists Gary Rossington and Ricky Medlock. The Southern rockers will be discussing their 2013 tour plans and their recently-released studio album, Last of a Dyin' Breed, as well as fielding questions submitted to the website. read more ≫
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Kevin Mazur/WireImageTwo British hackers have been ordered to complete 100 hours of community service, after they admitted to downloading close to 8,000 music files containing copyrighted music by Michael Jackson, along with artwork and videos related to the late King of Pop. Some of files included unreleased songs or the components of unreleased songs. read more ≫
PMK-BNCAretha Franklin and The Rolling Stones' Mick Jagger and Keith Richards are among the many stars featured in Muscle Shoals, a new documentary about the music that emerged from the famous recording studios located in Muscle Shoals, Alabama. The movie, which premieres January 26 at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, delves into the story behind the town's FAME Recording Studios and its rival Muscle Shoals Sound read more ≫
Facebook.com/EltonJohnAfter denying a report to the effect last week, Elton John and his partner David Furnish are reportedly dads again.
*****! magazine reports the 65-year-old rocker and his 50-year-old partner have confirmed they have a second son. The report says eight-pound, four-ounce Elijah Joseph Daniel Furnish-John was born on Friday, January 11 in Los Angeles, via a surrogate. read more ≫
Eagle Rock EntertainmentA new documentary about The Doobie Brothers gives fans an in-depth look at the rock group's long and fascinating journey. Available on DVD and Blu-ray, Let the Music Play -- The Story of The Doobie Brothers delves into the band's 40-plus-year career, which has seen the rockers find success with a rotating lineup of musicians while undergoing a number of dramatic stylistic changes. read more ≫