Credit: Deborah AndersonAfter spending the last few years touring with his former Yes band mates Trevor Rabin and Rick Wakeman, the prog-rock group's founding frontman Jon Anderson, is currently on a U.S solo trek promoting his star-studded new studio album, 1000 Hands.
Anderson initially had planned to record new music with Rabin and Wakeman, but he now tells ABC Radio that their band, Yes Featuring ARW, is on indefinite hiatus and he's "not sure" if they'll ever work together again.
"It's something that didn't evolve the way I would like, and same with Trevor and Rick," he admits. "We wanted to make some new music, but for some reason, the powers that be just didn't give us the chance to get in a studio and make some new music, even though we wrote some music."
He adds, "Whether that will evolve and become [something concrete] is out of my hands, really. But I loved what I did with Trevor and Rick very much."
While the project's recording plans didn't come to fruition, Anderson says he loved playing live with the band.
"The tour was fantastic," he tells ABC Radio. "I mean, on stage we were cooking. We didn't take any prisoners…And the audiences were great wherever we went. But everything else around it was very sort of un-together, should I say."
As for his current 1000 Hands Tour, that's currently mapped out through a September 1 concert in Montclair, California. The album, which he began nearly 30 years ago but only completed recently, features an impressive cast of guest musicians, including Yes' Steve Howe, Chris Squire and Alan White; Jethro Tull's Ian Anderson; Journey's Jonathan Cain; Rick Derringer; and Carmine Appice.
4/24 -- San Diego, CA, Humphreys Concerts by the Bay 4/26 -- Los Angeles, CA, Saban Theatre 4/27 -- Las Vegas, NV, Cannery Hotel and Casino 4/30 -- Phoenix, AZ, The Van Buren 5/6 -- Nashville, TN, Ryman Auditorium 5/8 -- Clearwater, FL, Capitol Theatre 5/10 -- Orlando, FL, Walt Disney Theater 5/11 -- Biloxi, MS, Beau Rivage Casino 5/12 -- Arlington, TX, KAABOO Texas 7/29 -- Ocean City, NJ, Ocean City Music Pier 8/8 -- Detroit, MI, Rockin' on the Riverfront 8/29 -- Pasadena, CA, The Rose 8/30 -- Ojai, CA, Libbey Bowl 9/1 -- Montclair, CA, The Canyon - Montclair
Brandise Daneswich; Jay BlakesbergJackson Browne, The Grateful Dead's Bob Weir and Weir's current group Dead & Company are among the environmentally conscious artists to sign on for BYOBottle, a sustainability campaign launched by Hawaiian singer/songwriter Jack Johnson. The initiative promotes reusable water bottles and water refill stations at concerts, festivals and other music events.
Other artists who've joined the campaign include E Street Band guitarist Steven Van Zandt, Bonnie Raitt, Dave Matthews Band, Wilco, Maroon 5, Pink, The Lumineers and Ben Harper.
In addition, a variety of popular festivals have signed on to participate, including Lollapalooza, the Austin City Limits Music Festival, Sea Hear Now, Telluride Blues & Brews Festival, The Ohana Fest and Bluesfest Byron Bay.
Courtesy of Beautiful Day MediaLast month, when Paul Simon was confirmed to headline the final day of the 2019 Outside Lands festival, the folk-rock legend announced that he'd be donating all net proceeds from forthcoming performance to local environmental organizations. Now, Simon has revealed the specific organizations that will be receiving the funds.
San Francisco Parks Alliance and Friends of the Urban Forest will be the beneficiaries of Simon's festival performance. The SFPA was founded in 1969 and works with with community groups, local businesses and city government to maintain and beautify San Francisco's existing parks and public spaces and create new ones.
Friends of the Urban Forest, established in 1981, supports and promotes the planting of street trees and community gardens throughout San Francisco. Since its inception, the organization has helped facilitate the planting of more than 60,000 trees -- nearly half of all the street trees in the city.
Simon retired from touring last September, but has vowed to continue to play select concerts and events in an effort to raise money for various charities he supports.
The Outside Lands festival will be held at San Francisco's Golden Gate Park, and will run from August 9 through August 11. Simon will appear on the 11th.
This year's lineup also features a few other veteran acts, including Simon's wife, Edie Brickell, and her group New Bohemians, as well as Counting Crows and soul/gospel legend Mavis Staples. The festival's other headliners include singer and rapper Childish Gambino and alternative rockers Twenty One Pilots.
Credit: Erik KabikThis past Saturday, John Fogerty wrapped up the first run of dates of his new Las Vegas show, My 50 Year Trip, and now the ex-Creedence Clearwater Revival frontman has lined up a second engagement that will take place this fall.
The new residency, at the Wynn Las Vegas resort's Encore Theater, is scheduled for November 6, 8, 9, 13, 15 and 16. Tickets go on sale this Friday, April 26, at 10 a.m. PT. Visit JohnFogerty.com and WynnLasVegas.com for more details.
Fogerty's My 50 Year Trip show, in part, celebrates the 50th anniversary of CCR's classic hit "Proud Mary" and the band's appearance at the historic Woodstock festival. The performances include many of the songs the 73-year-old Rock & Roll Hall of Famer's old band played at Woodstock, plus other Creedence classics, tunes from his solo career and some covers.
John's 2019 itinerary also features a number of festival appearances, including sets at the New Orleans Jazz Fest and the Woodstock 50 event, as well as headlining shows around North America.
Forgerty recently added a few concerts to his schedule, including shows on August 10 in Vineyard Haven, Massachusetts; August 17 in Bensalem, Pennsylvania; and September 21 in Battle Creek, Michigan.
Here are all of Fogerty's confirmed North American dates:
5/5 -- New Orleans, LA, New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival 5/11 -- New Town, ND, 4 Bears Casino Events Center 5/12 -- Regina, SK, Canada, Brandt Centre 5/13 -- Saskatoon, SK, Canada, SaskTel Centre 6/20 -- Morrison, CO, Red Rocks Amphitheatre 8/9 -- East Providence, RI, Bold Point Park 8/10 -- Vineyard Haven, MA, Veterans Memorial Park 8/11 -- Westbrook, ME, Maine Savings Pavilion at Rock Row 8/13 -- Boston, MA, Rockland Trust Bank Pavilion 8/15 -- New York, NY, Radio City Music Hall 8/16 -- Watkins Glen, NY, Woodstock 50 - Woodstock Music and Arts Fair 2019 8/17 -- Bensalem, PA, Parx Casino - Xcite Center 9/20 -- Louisville, KY, Bourbon & Beyond - Kentucky Expo Center 9/21 -- Battle Creek, MI, Firekeepers Casino 11/6, 8-9, 13, 15-16 -- Las Vegas, NV, Wynn Las Vegas - Encore Theater
Courtesy of Exit 111 FestivalLynyrd Skynyrd, Def Leppard and Guns N' Roses will headline the inaugural Exit 111 festival, which is scheduled for October 11-13 at the Great Stage Park in Manchester, Tennessee -- the same place where Bonnaroo takes place.
Skynyrd, Def Leppard and GN'R will be the respective headlining acts on October 11, 12 and 13. In addition, ZZ Top and Cheap Trick are part of the October 12 bill, and the event also serves as a stop on ZZ Top's 50th anniversary trek.
A variety of big name hard-rock acts also are part of the Exit 111 festival lineup, including Slayer, Megadeth, Black Label Society, Deftones, Seether, Lamb of God, Alter Bridge, Coheed and Cambria, Ghost and Mastodon.
Single-day tickets and weekend passes for the festival go on sale to the general public this Thursday, April 25, at 12 p.m. ET. Special pre-sale tickets can be purchased now at Exit111Festival.com.
Besides the many music performances, the Exit 111 Festival also will feature a theatrical circus called the Paranormal Cirque, a motocross exhibition, a giants sports bar and a car show.
Chris Jackson/Getty Images for the Invictus Games FoundationOver the last day or so, Bruce Springsteen has posted two mysterious, uncaptioned photos on his social media sites, fueling speculation that The Boss is about to announce plans for a new project.
The first photo, which was posted on Monday, is a hazy image of a Joshua tree with the sun shining down above it. The second pic, which was uploaded today, appears to be a composite shot combining an image of multiple Joshua trees in a desert landscape with a close-up of one of the tree's leaves.
As previously reported, Springsteen announced in December that he wouldn't be touring with the E Street Band in 2019 and would instead be focusing on "various recording projects." One project he's known to be working on is a solo album, which he revealed in an October 2017 interview with Variety has been "influenced by Southern California pop music of the '70s."
In other news, Springsteen and his wife, E Street Band backing singer Patti Scialfa, have cameo roles in a new film called Broken Poet that stars and was co-written by veteran New York singer/songwriter Elliott Murphy. The movie focuses on a woman's search for a fictional singer/songwriter named Jake Lion, who may or may not be dead.
In a new trailer for the film, the lead female character is seen asking Bruce, portraying himself, whether he ever played any music with Jake.
"Not too much," says Springsteen. "Jake let me open for him. I opened for him a few times."
Springsteen and Murphy actually have collaborated in the past, with Bruce lending vocals to Elliott's 1995 album, Selling the Gold.
Broken Poet was directed by Emilio J. Ruiz. No word yet on a release date.
KISS singer/guitarist Paul Stanley is featured on the latest episode of AXS TV's The Big Interview, which premieres Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT. Stanley opens up to host Dan Rather about his long partnership with band mate Gene Simmons, and what motivated them to seek rock stardom in the first place.
In a preview clip posted on AXS.tv, Stanley discusses why his professional relationship with Simmons has endured, despite differences in their personalities.
"A great partnership is based on understanding its limitations," Paul notes. "So, does [Gene] do things that I question? Does he say things that I don't want to align myself with? Does he behave in certain ways? Yeah, but that's not here or there. The core of what we have is a work ethic, and a bond that's built on time."
Stanley adds, "When you meet someone, there may be potential, but nothing comes of it without experience, and seeing how each one of you respond to crises, to victories, to defeats. And that's what Gene and I have been through together."
Stanley also admits that he wasn't initially impressed by Simmons when he was first introduced to him by a mutual musician friend, who wanted to start a band with them.
"I said [to my friend], 'Well, you can play with [Simmons] or you can play with me, but you're not gonna play with us,'" recalls Paul. "Well, here we are 50-some-odd years later and I'm very fortunate to have been on that path with [Gene]."
Stanley also chats with Rather about his passion for painting, KISS' preparations for their current End of the Road farewell tour, and how he was motivated to succeed as a rock musician partly out of insecurity over being born with a deformed ear.
ABC/Randy HolmesThis week marks the 20th anniversary of Metallica recording their legendary S&M concerts. The shows were a collaboration between the metal icons and the San Francisco Symphony, which was later released as a live album and concert film. To mark the occasion, drummer Lars Ulrich shared his memories of the shows in an Instagram post.
"We threw ourselves deep into unknown creative territories and walked away with most incredible of experiences and the coolest album and concert film," Ulrich wrote, alongside a photo of himself and the symphony's famed conductor, Michael Kamen.
Kamen, who worked on the scores for movies including Lethal Weapon and Die Hard and collaborated with Pink Floyd on The Wall, was the one who originally reached out to Metallica about the project.
"He thought that we would be an obvious choice for a pairing like this and we said yes in [two] nano seconds flat and followed Michael's lead for the next few years, as we went on an incredible adventure together," Ulrich wrote.
In 2003, four years after S&M was recorded, Kamen died at age 55.
"His love of life and his appetite for shaking up conventions will always be something I'll take with me and cherish," Ulrich wrote of Kamen.
To further celebrate the 20th anniversary of S&M, Metallica will reunite with the San Francisco Symphony for two more shows, scheduled for September 6 and 8 at the Chase Center, the new home of the Golden State Warriors.
Daniel Knighton/Getty ImagesDoors guitarist Robby Krieger has written and recorded a new song called "Music Speaks Louder Than Words," which will appear in an upcoming documentary about Prince titled Mr. Nelson: On the North Side. The film will focus on the late music legend's early life growing up on the north side of Minneapolis.
According to a post on his official Facebook page, Krieger recorded the tune at his Horse Latitudes studio in the Los Angeles area, with Grammy-winning soul/R&B singer Macy Gray contributing lead vocals.
"Prince was an amazing artist, but he was also such an underrated guitarist," says Robby.
Mr. Nelson: On the North Side will feature a variety of well-known artists sharing their recollections of Prince and discussing their appreciation of his artistry.
According to IMDb.com, the documentary includes appearances by Krieger, Gray, ZZ Top's Billy Gibbons, Randy Bachman, Chaka Khan, Dennis Quaid and ex-Chicago drummer Danny Seraphine.
The 90-minute flick was directed by Kirk Fera, and is expected to premiere later this year.
In other news, Krieger has added a September 14 concert at the Bergen Performing Arts Center in Englewood, New Jersey, to his 2019 tour schedule. The show also will feature Mountain frontman Leslie West. Tickets go on sale this Friday, April 26, at 11 a.m. ET.
Courtesy of Setlists for Young VoicesSet lists from concerts by The Who, Rush, Def Leppard, The Pretenders and many other top acts are being auctioned off to raise money for a new youth writing initiative.
The program, started by novelists Nick Hornby, Dave Eggers and Michael Chabon, is called Setlists for Young Voices, and will benefit organizations including London's Ministry of Stories and the International Congress of Youth Voices gathering in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
The Who set list, from a 2016 concert in Mexico City, is signed by guitarist Pete Townshend, while Rush's contributions come from three shows that took place during the band's 2013 Clockwork Angels Tour. Def Leppard donated two set lists to the auction, as did The Pretenders, both of which are signed by frontwoman Chrissie Hynde.
Among the many other artists donating set lists: Steely Dan, R.E.M.,Patti Smith and Nine Inch Nails.
The set lists will go up for bid starting tonight at 10 p.m. ET. Bidding will be open until May 2. Visit YouthWriting.org/Bid for more info.
John Lennon in 1961 (Evening Standard/Getty Images)Nowhere Boy, the 2009 John Lennon biopic focusing on the legendary Beatle's volatile teenage years, may be headed to the stage.
Deadline reports that the AF Media Creative and Aged in Wood production companies have acquired the rights to turn the film into a musical.
As in the movie, the stage production is expected to focus on Lennon's pre-Beatles band The Quarrymen and his relationship with his Aunt Mimi and his mother, Julia, who abandoned her son when he was a child, but later came back into his life, only to be killed by a car.
The Nowhere Boy film starred Aaron Taylor-Johnson as Lennon and Kristen Scott Thomas as Mimi.
AF Creative Media's Brian and Dayna Lee say the musical, which is in the early stages of development, will incorporate songs by African-American artists who inspired Lennon and the Liverpool, U.K., music scene at that time.
Like the film, the stage production will feature classic rock 'n' roll tunes of the late 1950s, but may not include any original Lennon compositions.
Brian Lee says the producers are hoping the musical will open in the U.K. sometime "in the next few years."
"We've just secured the rights of the film," he says, "and as a team we'll be traveling to London this summer, trying to figure out the right person to bring this narrative to life."
The Lees haven't discussed the project with Lennon's widow, Yoko Ono.
The new shows are scheduled for September 11 in San Francisco, September 13 in Las Vegas and September 14 in Phoenix. Tickets for the concerts will go on sale to the general public this Friday, April 26, at 10 a.m. local time via LiveNation.com.
Chase card members will be able to purchase pre-sale tickets for the San Francisco performance starting Tuesday, April 23, at 10 a.m. PT.
Clapton will be performing with his longtime touring band, which features ex-Squeeze/Mike the Mechanics singer/keyboardist Paul Carrack, keyboardist Chris Stainton, drummer Steve Gadd, bassist Nathan East and guitarist Doyle Bramhall II, as well as backing vocalists Sharon White and Katie Kissoon.
As previously reported, the 2019 Crossroads Guitar Festival will be held at Dallas' American Airlines Arena and will feature Clapton performing on both dates, along with a star-studded lineup that includes Billy Gibbons, Peter Frampton, Joe Walsh, Jeff Beck, Bonnie Raitt, Sheryl Crow, Buddy Guy, Jimmie Vaughan, Albert Lee, Gary Clark Jr., Jonny Lang, Los Lobos, Robert Cray, Robert Randolph, Tedeschi Trucks Band and Vince Gill.
Proceeds from the festival will benefit The Crossroads Centre in Antigua, a drug and alcohol treatment and education facility founded by Eric.
Clapton's tour schedule also includes a trio of concerts at London's Royal Albert Hall in May, and five shows in Europe in June.
Here are all of Clapton's U.S. performances:
9/11 -- San Francisco, CA, Chase Center 9/13 -- Las Vegas, NV, T-Mobile Arena 9/14 -- Phoenix, AZ, Talking Stick Resort Arena 9/20-21 -- Dallas, TX, Crossroads Guitar Festival - American Airlines Arena
Money can't buy you love, but it can score you some cool Beatles memorabilia.
An antique piano once owned by John Lennon and used by the famed Beatle to write several songs featured on the Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band album, was purchased at an auction Saturday for $718,000 by Jim Irsay, owner of the National Football League's Indianapolis Colts, the Indianapolis Star reports.
"I'm elated to now be the steward of John's 'Sgt. Pepper' upright piano," Irsay, a noted Beatles fanatic and rock-memorabilia collector, wrote Saturday in a post on his Twitter. "It's a responsibility I take seriously, with future generations in mind."
According to the Gotta Have Rock and Roll auction site, the piano was made by the John Broadwood and Sons company and dates back to about 1872. Lennon purchased the instrument, which is an ornately painted upright model, in or around 1966 and used it as his Kenwood and Tittenhurst Park residences in the U.K.
Lennon eventually gave the instrument to a friend, but first had a plaque affixed to it that reads, "On this piano was written: A Day in the Life, Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds, Good Morning, Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite and many others. John Lennon. 1971."
The piano was estimated to fetch between $800,000 and $1.2 million. Following the auction, the owner of Gotta Have Rock and Roll posted a Facebook message congratulating Irsay "for winning this incredible piece!"
Previous rock collectibles Irsay has purchased include a 1963 drum kit that Ringo Starr used to record some of The Beatles' biggest early hits, Jerry Garcia's famous "Tiger" guitar, and the Fender Stratocaster that Bob Dylan played at the 1965 Newport Folk Festival.
ABC/Randy HolmesDave Grohl hit the streets of Seattle Saturday afternoon for a surprise busking session with Grammy-winning Americana singer-songwriter -- and Seattle native -- Brandi Carlile.
The two set up at Pike Place Market to play a few acoustic songs, including Foo Fighters' "Times Like These" and The Beatles' "Let It Be." You can watch footage of the performances via Carlile's Facebook.
Grohl will plug back in for a quick U.S. tour with the Foos, starting May 12 at the Epicenter Festival in North Carolina.
Carlile, meanwhile, will unite with a few more big rock names this summer when she plays Pearl Jam guitarist Mike McCready's Peak to Sky festival, held July 5-6 in Big Sky, Montana.
The lineup also includes Foo drummer Taylor Hawkins, Guns N' Roses bassist Duff McKagan and Chad Smith and Josh Klinghoffer of Red Hot Chili Peppers.
Look for Lynyrd Skynyrd to stay on the road into next year. In a new interview with USA Today, frontman Johnny Van Zant discusses the legendary Southern rock band's plans to retire from the road and what else the group is hoping to accomplish before calling it quits.
Van Zant tells the newspaper that Skynyrd decided to mount the farewell tour because guitarist Gary Rossington, the band's last surviving original member, has a bad heart and the group "wanted to let people know that, 'Hey, our time is coming to an end.'" He adds, "We wanted to do it right and I think so far we have."
As for how long the trek might last, Johnny, who joined Skynyrd in 1987, says, "[W]e're going to keep busy probably for another year and then see what happens next year, as long as Gary's health is OK."
Regarding Rossington's current health status, Van Zant reports, "He's doing really good right now. He had a pacemaker put in a while back."
Johnny also reveals that Lynyrd Skynyrd is preparing to record a new album "and are going into the studio pretty soon to cut a few things." Van Zant says he isn't sure when the new album will be ready for release, noting that it "depends on Gary's health."
According to Johnny, Rossington is in good health now and he "wants to go in and start recording a few tracks here and there." He adds that Skynyrd might release the songs they complete "track by track, and then after we get it all done, put it together as a CD."
Here are all of Lynyrd Skynyrd's confirmed upcoming North American shows:
4/27 -- Indio, CA, Stagecoach Festival 5/10 -- Tuscaloosa, AL, Tuscaloosa Amphitheater# 5/11 -- Arlington, TX, KAABOO Texas Festival 5/17 -- New Orleans, LA, Smoothie King Center 5/18 -- Lafayette, LA, Cajundome 5/24 -- Uncasville, CT, Mohegan Sun Arena 5/31 -- Gilford, NH, Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion 6/1 -- Bangor, ME, Darling's Waterfront Pavilion 7/12 -- Edenvale, ON, Canada, Roxodus Music Festival 7/13 -- Canandaigua, NY, Constellation Brands–Marvin Sands Performing Arts Center: CMAC* 7/14 -- Queens, NY, Forest Hills Stadium 7/19 -- Welch, MN, Treasure Island Resort & Casino 7/20 -- Walker, MN, Moondance Jam 7/26 -- Ridgefield, WA, Sunlight Supply Amphitheater** 7/27 -- Auburn, WA, White River Amphitheatre** 8/9 -- Albuquerque, NM, Isleta Amphitheater 8/16 -- Las Vegas, NV, T-Mobile Arena** 8/17 -- Wheatland, CA, Toyota Amphitheatre*** 8/23 -- Irvine, CA, FivePoint Amphitheatre presented by Mercury Insurance@ 8/30 -- Camden, NJ, BB&T Pavilion 8/31 -- Saratoga Springs, NY Saratoga Performing Arts Center 9/13 -- Southaven, MS, Bank Plus Amphitheater# 9/14 -- Alpharetta, GA, Ameris Bank Amphitheatre# 9/20 -- West Valley City, UT, USANA Amphitheater** 9/21 -- Greenwood Village, CO, Fiddler's Green** 9/27 -- Brandon, MS, Brandon Amphitheater# 9/28 -- Orange Beach, AL, The Wharf Amphitheater#
* = with Gov't Mule, Buddy Guy. ** = with Bad Company. *** = with Grand Funk Railroad, Georgia Satellites. = with Hank Williams Jr. = with Gov't Mule, The Outlaws, Chris Kroeze. # = with Cody Jinks. @ = with ZZ Top, Cheap Trick.
ABC/Randy HolmesWith Axl Rose, Slash and Duff McKagan back together in Guns N' Roses, many are hoping for new music from the reunited rock icons. Speaking to Consequence of Sound, Slash says Guns will be working on a new album after their fall tour.
"There’s a handful of gigs that are happening at the very end of September and through October," the guitarist explains. "And then it's really just focusing on getting a new record done."
As for when we'll get to hear that new material, that's still unknown. However, Slash is hopeful that a new Guns record will arrive before his other band, Slash featuring Myles Kennedy & the Conspirators, releases their next album, the follow-up to 2018's Living the Dream.
"I mean, that's one of those things where it remains to be seen, but I would hope so," Slash says. "But we'll see what happens."
GNR hasn't released an album since 2008's Chinese Democracy, which, of course, featured Axl as the lone member from the band's original lineup. The last Guns record to feature Slash and Duff was the 1993 covers collection "The Spaghetti Incident?"
ABC/Craig SjodinIn a super-meta full-circle moment, Adam Lambert will help mentor this season's American Idol contestants when they tackle the music of Queen later this month, Billboard reports.
Adam, of course, auditioned for American Idol back on season 8 with Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody." Then, during that season's star-studded finale, he actually got to sing with the legendary British rock band. Now, he's Queen's lead singer -- and has been since 2011 -- and he even has a cameo in their Oscar-winning biopic Bohemian Rhapsody.
During the April 28 episode, the remaining eight finalists will sing songs from Queen's catalog. Adam will then return to the show to perform on the season finale, airing May 19 on ABC.
Meanwhile, Queen and Adam will be touring North America this summer, starting July 10 in Vancouver, Canada, and wrapping things up August 23 in Charlotte, North Carolina.
The new Rolling Stones best-of compilation Honk is out today.
The retrospective is available in multiple formats and configurations, including a three-CD or four-LP deluxe edition featuring 46 tracks, as well as a 20-track single-CD or two-LP version. Both versions boast at least one song from every studio album that The Stones released from 1971 through 2016.
The deluxe version of Honk offers 36 previously released tracks by the British rock legends, plus 10 bonus live performances recorded during the band's recent stadium tours.
Among the songs included on the collection: "Start Me Up," "Brown Sugar," "Miss You," "Tumbling Dice," "Wild Horses," "Angie," "Beast of Burden" and "Waiting On a Friend." Also appearing is the 2013 hit "Doom and Gloom" and three songs from The Stones' 2016 blues covers album, Blue & Lonesome.
The concert performances include collaborations with four music stars: "Beast of Burden" with pop singer Ed Sheeran, "Wild Horses" with Florence Welch of alt-rock act Florence the Machine, "Dead Flowers" with country star Brad Paisley and "Bitch" with Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl.
The 46-track and 20-track versions of Honk also are available digitally. A colored-vinyl edition of the four-LP set is being sold exclusively at The Rolling Stones' online store.
Here's the track list for the deluxe three-CD edition of Honk:
Disc 1 "Start Me Up" "Brown Sugar" "Rocks Off" "Miss You" "Tumbling Dice" "Just Your Fool" "Wild Horses" "Fool to Cry" "Angie" "Beast of Burden" "Hot Stuff" "It's Only Rock 'n' Roll (But I Like It)" "Rock and a Hard Place" "Doom and Gloom" "Love Is Strong" "Mixed Emotions" "Don't Stop" "Ride 'Em On Down"
Disc 2 "Bitch" "Harlem Shuffle" "Hate to See You Go" "Rough Justice" "Happy" "Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker)" "One More Shot" "Respectable" "You Got Me Rocking" "Rain Fall Down" "Dancing with Mr D" "Undercover (of the Night)" "Emotional Rescue" "Waiting On a Friend" "Saint of Me" "Out of Control" "Streets of Love" "Out of Tears"
Disc 3 -- Live Tracks "Get Off My Cloud" "Dancing with Mr D" "Beast of Burden" (with Ed Sheeran) "She's a Rainbow" "Wild Horses" (with Florence Welch) "Let's Spend the Night Together" "Dead Flowers" (with Brad Paisley) "Shine a Light" "Under My Thumb" "Bitch" (with Dave Grohl)
And here's the single CD track list:
"Start Me Up" "Brown Sugar" "Miss You" "Tumbling Dice" "Just Your Fool" "Fool to Cry" "Angie" "Beast of Burden" "It's Only Rock 'n' Roll (But I Like It)" "Doom and Gloom" "Love Is Strong" "Mixed Emotions" "Don't Stop" "Harlem Shuffle" "Happy" "Rain Fall Down" "Undercover (of the Night)" "Emotional Rescue" "Saint of Me" "Wild Horses (with Florence Welch)"
Credit: Pamela LittkyAlice in Chains has debuted the fifth installment of Black Antenna, the sci-fi companion film to the grunge band's Grammy-nominated album, Rainier Fog.
The film follows Alpha and Beta, two aliens disguised as humans, who are trying to find a way to contact their home world. They're pursued by a U.S. immigration officer named Nil, who also has alien origins.
In this new chapter, which is accompanied by the Rainier Fog song "Drone," Alpha continues to build an antenna to contact their people, while Beta interacts with a neighbor in the apartment building in which they're staying. Meanwhile, Nil attends a party that answers the question "What would Eyes Wide Shut be like if it had more tentacles?"
You can watch the "Drone" episode, which is very NSFW, now on YouTube.
Previous Black Antenna episodes include "Red Giant," "The One You Know," "Rainier Fog" and "Fly." The film will eventually consist of 10 parts.
Alice in Chains' current North American tour continues Friday in Minneapolis. They'll team up with Korn for a co-headlining tour starting in July.
Kevin Mazur/Getty ImagesIn a recent radio interview, Jason Bonham claimed that when he was 16 years old, Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page introduced him to cocaine, but now the drummer -- whose late father John Bonham was one of Zeppelin's founding members -- is backpedaling, saying that story is a whole lotta bull.
On his official website, Jason writes, in a statement obviously prompted by threats of legal action, "On or about 9 April 2019 I, Jason Bonham, gave an interview on radio…[during which] I made certain untrue and derogatory statements concerning Mr. James Page (aka Jimmy Page) of the legendary band Led Zeppelin. I unconditionally retract all derogatory and defamatory comments relating to Mr. J Page that I made in that interview."
He adds, "In particular it is wholly untrue that Mr. J Page offered me any illegal substances either when I was a minor or at all. I apologize to Mr. Page, unreservedly, for making these unfounded and untrue comments about him."
He continues, "Out of my long held respect for Mr. Page I will make no further comments on the Interview and I agree to make no further comments which Mr. Page might view as disparaging, either now or in the future."
Over the years Jason has played drums with Zeppelin at three events, including the famous 2007 reunion show at the O2 Arena in London. Bonham currently is playing with Sammy Hagar's band The Circle, which launches a tour tonight in Reno, Nevada.
His own group, Jason Bonham's Led Zeppelin Evening, will be the support act for Peter Frampton's farewell trek starting in late June.