Kate Bush recently wrapped up a string of 22 sold-out concerts at London's Hammersmith Apollo, her first proper live shows in 35 years. The concerts were so "spectacular" that eight of Bush's albums jumped back into the Top 50 of the British album charts as a new audience discovered her music. Following the final......more
The smooth jazz stylings of Kenny G are immensely popular in China thanks to the saxophonist's song "Going Home" becoming the nation's unofficial anthem to the end of the workday. However, after wrapping up a brief tour in the Asian nation, the musician visited Hong Kong and spent time with the......more
For Grammy-winning Christian rocker Mac Powell, country music wasn't just a creative itch that needed scratching.
"Two years ago, I made my first [country] record and a lot of people thought, 'He's got it out of his system now,'" Powell tells Rolling Stone Country, "but all that did was make me......more
Sebastian Robertson wasn't looking to do an exposé on his rock star father, Robbie Robertson. So a children's book was the perfect way to share the story of his dad's legacy. In Rock and Roll Highway: The Robbie Robertson Story, Sebastian takes children (ages six to nine) on the journey of......more
It's been more than three decades since John Schneider and Tom Wopat were just'a good ol' boys, never meaning no harm. But the Dukes of Hazzard co-stars are still very much a team. On October 28th, the pair will release Home for Christmas, an 18-track holiday album that mixes seasonal......more
Now in its fourth year, Cyndi Lauper's annual Home for the Holidays benefit concert has helped gain awareness for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) youth homelessness as well as raise money for the singer's True Colors Fund. This year, the Cyndi Lauper & Friends: Home for the Holidays concert......more
When the Songwriters Hall of Fame announced its nominees for induction last week, four names with roots in country music were among those included. Vince Gill and Toby Keith were nominated as performing songwriters, while tunesmiths Bobby Braddock and Bob McDill were nominated under the nonperforming distinction.
Gill writes and performs......more
To celebrate the 30th anniversary of Back to the Future next year, Universal Pictures will rerelease the 1985 Michael J. Fox time-travel classic with live orchestration. According to Variety, the film will be screened in various venues around the world without the score, so that a live orchestra could perform Alan Silvestri's Academy Award–nominated......more