MOTT THE HOOPLE ’74 ANNOUNCE MORE U.S. SHOWS

Mott the Hoople ’74 are returning after brief but successful trek across the U.S. earlier this year. They’ll play 11 more concerts spread out over two weeks in the fall. Shows begin on Oct. 21 at the Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, N.Y., and conclude on Nov. 6 at the Moore Theatre in Seattle. A Spotify […]

Martina McBride’s “Independence Day” Is Burned into Our Memory

Martina McBride may be second only to Thomas Jefferson in being identified with the word “independence.” For Jefferson, it was the Declaration of Independence; for McBride, who turns 53 today (July 29), it was the emotionally explosive song and music video, “Independence Day.” In both instances, the underlying message was “stand up to your oppressor.” Twenty-five […]

Old Dominion Has No Regrets, and Neither Should You

Whatever causes a break-up — infidelity, misunderstandings, boredom, too many wet towels on the floor, or simply growing apart — that’s no reason to have regrets. In fact, Old Dominion’s new song “Never Be Sorry” gives you permission to look back on an old love with, well, love. Late on Thursday night (July 25), Old […]

Tiny Says Women Who Criticize Her For Taking T.I. Back Are Probably Miserable

She’s happy and that’s all that matters. Years ago, T.I. and Tiny had a hiccup in their marriage after there were allegations that the rapper cheated on his wife. The pair split up and Tiny even filed for divorce, but in the end, the couple decided that their love was stronger than infidelity. They’ve discussed the sensitive topic publicly and […]

THE DOORS ANNOUNCE ‘THE SOFT PARADE’ DELUXE EDITION FOR 50TH

A Deluxe Edition of the Doors‘ fourth album, The Soft Parade, will include two CDs of bonus material to mark the record’s 50th anniversary. The set, which also features a vinyl copy of the 1969 LP, will be released on Oct. 18. The first disc of the three-CD collection includes a remastered version of the album by Bruce Botnick along with “Who […]