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The next installment of David Bowie's 40th anniversary singles campaign -- a seven-inch vinyl picture disc featuring two versions of the influential rocker's classic 1974 song "Diamond Dogs" -- will arrive on June 17. The limited-edition single will include the original version of the track on side A and a 2005 remix of the in-concert rendition of the tune that appeared on Bowie's 1974 album David Live on side AA.
After months of speculation, Paul McCartney has confirmed that he will play the very last concert that will be held at San Francisco's Candlestick Park before the stadium is demolished. The show has been scheduled for August 14, which currently makes it the final date of the Beatles legend's 2014 U.S. tour.
Just days after Neil Young unexpectedly released his new covers album, A Letter Home, on high-quality vinyl via ex-White Stripes frontman Jack White's Third Man Records label, the folk-rock legend has revealed plans to issue the record on CD, digitally and as a deluxe box set on May 27.
Tom Petty was honored Wednesday night with the ASCAP Founders Award at the performing-rights organization's 31st annual Pop Music Awards ceremony in Los Angeles.
Three more classic Rolling Stones albums will be reissued on clear vinyl on May 6 as part of ABKCO Records' "Clearly Classic" series that was launched last year. The new installment includes 1964's 12 x 5, 1969's Through the Past, Darkly (Big Hits Vol. 2) compilation and the 1970 live album Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out! The Rolling Stones in Concert.
(LOS ANGELES) -- Pop star Justin Bieber was held at Los Angeles International Airport on Thursday, a source tells ABC News.
(NEW YORK) -- With his new gig set to take over for David Letterman on the Late Show, it was time for Stephen Colbert to say goodbye to Jon Stewart and The Daily Show.
(NEW YORK) -- Since hitting the world stage as a member of Destiny’s Child, music superstar Beyoncé Knowles has shattered album records, won Grammys, secretly recorded and released a surprise album on iTunes, married a fellow music superstar -- Jay Z -- and become a mother, to Blue Ivy.
(NEW YORK) -- One day after making a joke on NBC's Today show regarding the victims who were held captive in that "house of horrors" in Cleveland, Joan Rivers refused to back down Wednesday.