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Eddie Van Halen‘s lead vocal on “How Many Say I” was one of the more polarizing moments of Van Halen III. In a new interview, Gary Cherone, who fronted Van Halen on the 1998 release, defended the song and explained why he wanted Van Halen to sing it. Speaking to Rolling Stone, Cherone recalled the […]

Nancy Wilson of Heart has released the first single from her upcoming solo record, a cover of Bruce Springsteen‘s “The Rising.” “Under the conditions we’re all living in now, this song is something that might help people,” Wilson told Rolling Stone. “It’s a spiritual song and a call to a greater good, a human condition that is bigger […]

Heart‘s Ann Wilson has released a standalone single, a cover of “The Revolution Starts Now” by Americana legend Steve Earle. “This is my first release since my 2018 solo album release, Immortal,” Wilson said if the song, the title track to Earle’s 2004 album, in a statement. “‘The Revolution Starts Now’ is a powerful, uplifting […]

The Struts have included a cover of Kiss‘ “Do You Love Me?” on their just-released album, Strange Days. You can hear their version of the song, originally from Kiss’ 1976 album Destroyer, below. Locked down in Los Angeles this past spring as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the four-piece English band moved into producer Jon Levine’s […]

Elton John has released “Regimental Sgt. Zippo,” a previously unheard track recorded in 1968. Penned alongside his longtime collaborator Bernie Taupin, “Regimental Sgt. Zippo” finds John in “full ’60s psychedelic mode.” The song’s structure, vocal harmonies and arrangement feel heavily influenced by the Beatles, a connection confirmed by the song’s accompanying press release. “Recorded and […]

Stevie Nicks has released two different versions of “Show Them the Way,” her first new song in six years. You can hear the acoustic piano and full-band versions of the track below. The latter features drums by Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl and guitar by Eurythmics’ Dave Stewart. A Cameron Crowe-directed video is expected to be released soon […]

Def Leppard lead singer Joe Elliott and guitarist Phil Collen can be heard guesting on a new song by fellow British rockers the Struts. The veterans take part in “I Hate How Much I Want You,” which will appear on the Struts’ upcoming album Strange Days. The younger band recorded it over 10 days during lockdown […]

AC/DC have released the first single from their upcoming Power Up album. You can listen to “Shot in the Dark” below. The track features the band’s signature sound, with ripping guitars, a pulsating backbeat and the guttural howls of singer Brian Johnson. A 30-second teaser of the song surfaced last week. Rumors about AC/DC working on the […]

Eagles have released a new live version of their debut single “Take It Easy” from their upcoming album Live From the Forum MMXVIII. It’s the third track the band has released from the record, following “Lyin’ Eyes” and “Hotel California.” Deacon Frey takes the lead vocal on “Take It Easy,” a No. 12 hit in 1972 co-written […]

Prog-rock icons Yes have released their rendition of John Lennon‘s “Imagine.” The classic song – originally released by Lennon in 1971 – has a connection with Yes. Before his stint with the band, drummer Alan White was a member of the Plastic Ono Band and played on the Imagine album, as well as Lennon’s 1969’s Live Peace […]