Robert Plant, Elvis Costello Featured on New Album by Bluegrass Great Ralph Stanley

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Ed Miles/Nonesuch Records; Andy GottsRobert Plant and Elvis Costello have been known to explore American roots music on their own albums, and now the two Rock and Roll Hall of Famers are featured on the latest record by arguably one of the genre’s most influential artists, bluegrass legend Ralph Stanley. Ralph Stanley & Friends: Man of Constant Sorrow, which was ... Read More »

Listen to Unreleased “Physical Graffiti” Reissue Mix of Led Zeppelin’s “Houses of the Holy”

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Image Courtesy of Atlantic/Swan SongLed Zeppelin has offered up their first taste of the unreleased material that’ll be included on the deluxe editions of the forthcoming reissue of their 1975 double album, Physical Graffiti, which will be released February 24. A rough mix of “Houses of the Holy” premiered earlier on Tuesday exclusively at The track is slightly shorter ... Read More »

Barbra Streisand Makes History by Going Platinum for the 31st Time

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PRNewsFoto/Columbia RecordsPlatinum is a girl’s best friend. The Recording Industry Association of America has officially certified Barbra Streisand‘s all-star duets album Partners for sales of a million copies, making it the 31st platinum album of her career. Streisand now has the most platinum albums of any female recording artist in the RIAA’s history, and that’s not the only record she’s ... Read More »

Watch Queen’s Roger Taylor Drumming at Legendary Led Zeppelin Recording Space Headley Grange

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Credit: Neal PrestonHeadley Grange is a private English residence where Led Zeppelin recorded some of its most famous songs. It’s the place where Jimmy Page came up with “Stairway to Heaven,” and where John Bonham recorded the legendary drum beat for “When the Levee Breaks.” In a new video shared by sample library Spitfire Audio, Queen‘s Roger Taylor is shown ... Read More »