The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer digs into his roots and discusses his new podcast series.
The songs on Neil Young’s After the Gold Rush have been covered by everyone from Sting and Seal to Norah Jones and Thom Yorke.
The metal band puts its spin on the 1993 Sting track.
The new documentary features just about half of Hollywood taking an… ahem… trip down memory lane.
“Space Songs: Through the Distance” also promises Grace Potter, Lukas Nelson, Clipping., and Vagabon.
To some, “I love you” means violence, stalking, and destruction of property.
Springfield is home to dozens of outstanding anthems and parodies.
Plus, Bruce Springsteen teams with John Mellencamp, and DMC collaborates with Debbie Harry.
Including classic records by Nirvana, Nine Inch Nails, Buddy Holly, Etta James, and countless others.
Madonna, Morrissey, Blondie, and “Weird Al” all hit the road on tour this summer.
The legendary singer also revisited his past hit “Demolition Man”.
“My Songs” will take place over 16 night at Caesar’s Palace’s The Colosseum.