The Rolling Stones and Major League Baseball have teamed up to release limited edition vinyl of Hackney Diamonds. Available exclusively at TheRollingStones.com, this extremely limited, true collectors' item will feature custom art for each of the 30 MLB Clubs in pocket jackets housing single disc baseball white vinyl. Pre-order your favorite team vinyl now here. Hackney Diamonds X MLB will be released October 20th.
The Rolling Stones and Major League Baseball have had a long history together. In 1989 the Steel Wheels Tour came through North America playing half of the dates at homes, or previous homes, to Major League Baseball teams: Philadelphia's Veterans Stadium, Toronto's CNE Stadium and SkyDome, Pittsburgh's Three Rivers Stadium, Riverfront Stadium in Cincinnati, Busch Stadium in St. Louis, RFK Stadium in Washington DC, Cleveland's Municipal Stadium, New York's Shea Stadium, the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, the Houston Astrodome, the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome in Minneapolis and Olympic Stadium in Montreal. Bridges To Babylon tour in 1997 saw The Stones perform at Dodger Stadium. A Bigger Bang tour led off in August 2005 with two shows at Boston's Fenway Park. (continue)
After previewing the November 3rd release of his 45th studio album Accentuate The Positive with the single "Shakin' All Over", Van Morrison today provides another taste of the record with his take on The Everly Brothers' classic "Problems". The song received its first play last night courtesy of Cerys Matthews on Radio 2.
Van Morrison reshapes "Problems" into his own inimitable style. He transforms the song into an exuberant R&B groove while his vintage blues and soul vocal provides a world-weary twist on the original's lyrics of teenaged woe. It's also a relatively deep cut from The Everly Brothers' back catalogue, having reached #6 when it was released in 1959. (continue)
ESPN's Monday Night Football will feature music from global superstar and multi-hyphenate Hall of Famer Dolly Parton's new album Rockstar during select weeks this season, further enhancing the weekly football franchise's soundtrack.
The multi-week collaboration begins in Week 3 (September 25) with Dolly Parton's single "Night Moves," featuring Chris Stapleton, and then continues in Week 6 (October 16) with "Heartbreaker," featuring Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo. (continue)
(hennemusic) Def Leppard is sharing a behind the scenes video recap of an August 18 concert in El Paso, TX as part of the North American leg of their World Tour with Motley Crue.
"Join the 15th episode of Behind The World Tour as Def Leppard takes the stage in El Paso," reads a synopsis of the footage. "The guys play some Top Golf, bid farewell to Alice Cooper and pack for a short rest at home before Australia and Japan." (continue)
(hennemusic) Metallica is sharing video of a performance of the title track to their latest album, "72 Seasons", from a September 9 show at State Farm Stadium in Phoenix, AZ.
"72 seasons. The first 18 years of our lives that form our true or false selves," explained James Hetfield about the title. "The concept that we were told 'who we are' by our parents. A possible pigeonholing around what kind of personality we are. I think the most interesting part of this is the continued study of those core beliefs and how it affects our perception of the world today. Much of our adult experience is re-enactment or reaction to these childhood experiences. Prisoners of childhood or breaking free of those bondages we carry." (continue)
New Order have announced a show in Los Angeles at YouTube Theater at Hollywood Park on 11/15, with support from Blossoms. This precedes their headlining performance at Darker Waves Festival on 11/18 and follows a run of European dates.
Last spring saw New Order give a run of triumphant North American performances, including the launch of Manchester-based festival Beyond The Music at the Moody Theatre at SXSW in Austin, Texas. (continue)
FM are pleased to announce their "Old Habits Die Hard" 40th Anniversary UK Tour 2024 that will take in 15 dates throughout April, May and June of next year.
The band will perform songs from their past 13 albums including their 1984 debut album Indiscreet, plus Tough It Out, Metropolis, Synchronized and many more, plus songs from FM's forthcoming highly anticipated 14th studio album Old Habits Die Hard released in 2024. (continue)
Death Valley Dreams just released their new single "Leave Me Alone" featuring guest vocals from Brandon Yeagley of Crobot. To celebrate we asked Nick Coyle to tell us about the track. The band features Coyle's ex-Cold bandmate Johnny Nova, as well as TJ Bell (Escape The Fate), Ryan Williams, and Jasper Joyner. Here is the story:
"Leave Me Alone" started as a song that guitarist, Johnny Nova and I were passing back and forth and working on separately. Then we got together and had a power session and finished most of it. We kept thinking it was missing something though. We were hearing a higher voice in the second verse and the choruses. Who was going to be that guy? (continue)