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By Andrew Unterberger 9/10/2021:- This week, Chlöe makes her official solo debut, Kacey Musgraves moves on from Golden Hour (and her ex), and Ed Sheeran finds himself in need of a winter coat. Check out all of this week’s First Stream picks below: Kacey Musgraves, star-crossed The last time we heard from country singer-songwriter Kacey Musgraves, it was […]

“It’s unfortunate that Lindsey has chosen to tell a revisionist history of what transpired in 2018 with Fleetwood Mac. His version of events is factually inaccurate.” By Madison Bloom September 9, 2021 Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham, January 2018 (Lester Cohen/Getty Images for NARAS) In 2018, it was announced that Lindsey Buckingham had been fired from Fleetwood Mac. Months after his […]

By Amy Christa Ernano: – No — Paul Rodgers is a great singer, for my money one of the best rock has ever seen (and as a straight woman, his voice is also sex personified — “aural sex” if you will). Freddie Mercury was a big fan of Rodgers’ voice. He was the primary influence […]

By Jason Lipshutz 9/3/2021:- Billboard’s First Stream serves as a handy guide to this Friday’s most essential releases — the key music that everyone will be talking about today, and that will be dominating playlists this weekend and beyond. This week, Drake gets his love language certified, Lady Gaga is ready to make us just dance […]

By R J Holland:- Former Professional Drummer Session and Touring Bands I’m thinking Keith will never want to retire and probably get his drummer on his solo records, Steve Jordan to replace Charlie. They did it with Bill Wyman and Brian Jones. Was the Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts the best in drums? Steve is […]

By Andrew Chapman:- Some people bash on Watts for being boring, not technically skilled, not flashy, not powerful, and so on… and you can ignore them because they don’t know what drumming (or music) means. The Rolling Stones’ Charlie Watts Dies at 80 First and foremost, Watts was in a band — a unit, a team. This […]

By Andrew Unterberger 9/2/2021:- As the 2010s came to a close, no artist was as reliable for total chart domination as Drake. In 2018, his Scorpion laid waste to both the Billboard 200 albums chart — spending its first five weeks at No. 1, the longest run atop the chart that year — and the Billboard Hot 100 songs […]

By Gil Kaufman 9/2/2021:- Mamma Mia! Thursday (Sept. 2) brought some great news for ABBA fans across the globe. The mega-selling Swedish quartet announced that they have reunited after almost four decades apart and recorded a new album, Voyage, which they will perform a run of shows in a specially built arena in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London […]

Following the drummer’s death at age 80, a tribute to some of his most memorable performances By Stuart Berman August 25, 2021 Photo by Daily Express/Hulton Archive/Getty Image He was the least rock’n’roll member of the World’s Greatest Rock’n’roll Band—which automatically made him the coolest one. Charlie Watts was the Rolling Stones’ resident Renaissance man: the […]

The drummer performed with the band since 1963 By Matthew Strauss August 24, 2021 Charlie Watts, 1986 (Michael Putland/Getty Images) Charlie Watts, the long-time drummer of the Rolling Stones, died today at a London hospital, his spokesperson announced. A cause of death was not provided. The drummer’s death comes just a few weeks after the band […]