Florence + The Machine – Delilah Ahead of their new album, How Big How Blue How Beautiful, they released another track… In less than two weeks, Florence and the Machine will return with their much-anticipated new album, How Big How Blue How Beautiful. Already we’ve heard a handful of its
Peter, Paul & Mary – Leaving On A Jet Plane As the LN posts, I should be midway between Oahu and the Big Isle, however, I should be back online about 10pm FDL time…! What’s on your mind tonite…?
B. B. King – The Thrill Is Gone R.I.P. B.B. King…! Last King Of The Blues passes away in his sleep at home Blues great B.B. King has died at the age of 89 after being ill for some time, it’s been confirmed. His lawyer Brent Bryson reported that he
Otis Redding, Eric Burdon, & Chris Farlowe — Shake, UK TV, London September 16, 1966. What’s on your mind?
Walk The Moon — Shut Up And Dance. What’s on your mind?
Yes – Heart of the Sunrise Yes has a new album out, Like It Is — Yes at the Mesa Arts Center… On July 10, Yes will release Like It Is — Yes at the Mesa Arts Center, a two-CD/DVD collection that was recorded on their most recent U.S. tour.
Billy Idol – Save Me Now Vevo released Billy’s Western-Themed ‘Save Me Now’ Video today… Billy Idol’s redemption anthem “Save Me Now” gets a fitting tribute with a new video from frequent Muse collaborator Thomas Kirk, featuring a priest, a cop, and (of course) Idol himself… The California desert is
Asia – Face on the Bridge Asia is releasing their last live concert… Asia have confirmed the launch of a live set recorded in the US in 2012, before Steve Howe bowed out of the band. And they’ve released a clip in which they perform their track Face On The
Leonard Cohen – Never Gave Nobody Trouble Leonard Cohen has a new live album due out soon… Leonard Cohen is to release a live album recorded during his Old Ideas world tour later this month, it’s been confirmed. Can’t Forget: A Souvenir Of The Grand Tour will launch on May
http://youtu.be/NsIefW_a6xI Mumford and Sons – Believe Mumford and Sons performed on Letterman’s show recently… Mumford & Sons returned to the stage at the historic Ed Sullivan Theater Tuesday night for a rousing nine-song set, which had David Letterman’s studio audience on their feet the entire time. “Thank you so much