Rhino/Warner Records Fleetwood Mac is back on the charts. The band’s recent release, Rumours: Live, lands at #4 on the Billboard Top Album Sales chart this week. It’s been a pretty long time since Fleetwood Mac has been ranked this high on the
Atlantic/Rhino Friday, September 22, sees the release of the 15th anniversary of Jason Mraz‘s bestselling 2008 album, We Sing. We Dance. We Steal Things. We Deluxe Edition. In honor of the occasion, Jason’s doing a special YouTube performance.
Butterfly Records/Big Machine Label Group Dolly Parton has shared another preview of her upcoming album Rockstar, releasing her take on the 4 Non-Blondes classic “What’s Up?” It features a guest appearance by the song’s writer and lead singer, Linda Perry. The new release comes with
On This Day, September 22, 1985… Willie Nelson, Neil Young and John Mellencamp headlined the first-ever Farm Aid concert in Champaign, Illinois. The trio organized the all-star event to raise money to help family farmers in the United States. They were inspired by comments Bob
Jeremy Cowart Unlike many of us, a lot of musicians don’t have insurance, pensions or 401(k)s, which means when they get older and develop medical problems, they run into financial difficulties. But, Lauren Daigle is here to help.