Daryl Hall’s ‘Live From Daryl’s House’ Returning For Another Season

AXS TV announced that “Live From Daryl’s House” will return next month for a new season featuring two never-before-seen episodes.

The music series hosted by Rock & Roll Hall of Famer Daryl Hall will make its return on AXS TV on October 1.

The highlights of this season’s 10-episode series include performances from Joe Walsh, Cheap Trick, Smokey Robinson, Billy Gibbons, Johnny Rzeznik, The O’Jays, Ben Folds, and Kandace Springs.

The never-before-seen episodes will feature Tommy Shaw from Styx and Ty Taylor from Vintage Trouble.

This season’s “Live From Daryl’s House” schedule:

October 1 Tommy Shaw of Styx
October 8 Ty Taylor of Vintage Trouble
October 15 Joe Walsh
October 22 Johnny Rzenik of Goo Goo Dolls
October 29 Kandace Springs
November 5 Cheap Trick
November 12 Smokey Robinson
November 19 Sharon Jones
December 3 Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top
December 10 The O’Jays

Source: RTT Music News

On this day in 1970: Jimi Hendrix dies in London

On this day in 1970 – Jimi Hendrix was pronounced dead on arrival at St. Mary Abbot’s Hospital in London at the age of 27 after choking on his own vomit. Hendrix left the message ‘I need help bad man’, on his managers answer phone earlier that night. Rumors and conspiracy theories grew up around Hendrix’s death. Eric Burdon claimed Jimi had committed suicide, but that’s contradicted by reports that he was in a good frame of mind. In 2009, a former Animals roadie published a book claiming that Jimi’s manager had admitted to him that he arranged the murder of Hendrix, since the guitarist wanted out of his contract.


This week’s H & S Feed & Country Store Pet of the Week is “Gage”, a 2 year old Pitbull mix. Gage is good-natured, and gets along with people and cats, as well as some other dogs, but not all. Gage is house-trained, up-to-date on his vaccinations, and all ready to find his forever home.

If you’d like to set up an appointment to meet Gage or any of the pets at Stephen Memorial Animal Shelter, visit https://www.stephenmemorial.org/ and fill out an adoption application.

Check out our visit about Gage with Terry Gott from Stephen Memorial Animal Shelter here:

Joni Mitchell Shares Earliest Known Recording, Announces Archive Series

Music legend Joni Mitchell has announced a massive new archive series. The first installment of the series, Joni Mitchell Archives Vol. 1: The Early Years (1963-1967), will drop on October 30.

The five-disc box set will feature six hours of unreleased home, live and radio recordings and 29 unreleased songs. The songs are from 1963-1967, before the singer-songwriter released her 1968 debut album Song to a Seagull.

The box set will also feature various cover songs, a 40-page booklet with photographs, liner notes that include conversations between Mitchell and Cameron Crowe, and more.

To accompany the announcement, Mitchell dropped a 1963 cover of “House of the Rising Sun,” which was recorded at CFQC AM radio station in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, in her earliest known recording.

Source: RTT Music News

Tom Petty Estate Shares Previously Unreleased ‘Confusion Wheel’

Tom Petty’s estate has shared a previously unreleased song, “Confusion Wheel”.

“Confusion Wheel” was written by Petty in 1994. It will feature in Petty’s long-awaited Wildflowers box set that will drop on October 16 via Warner Records.

“So much confusion has entered my life / So much confusion has torn me apart / So much confusion has made me afraid / And I don’t know how to love / And I don’t know who to trust / And I don’t know what I did,” he sings in the song’s chorus.

“Confusion Wheel” is one of 10 tracks that make up the All the Rest portion of the upcoming set. The box set will also feature the original Wildflowers LP, a collection of 15 Petty home demos, live versions of 14 songs recorded between 1995 and 2017 and 16 alternate studio versions of Wildflowers tracks.

The comprehensive collection, titled Wildflowers & All The Rest, was curated by Tom’s daughters, Adria and Annakim Petty, his wife Dana Petty, Heartbreakers Mike Campbell and Benmont Tench. It was produced by Tom’s longtime engineer and co-producer Ryan Ulyate.

Source: RTT Music News

Grateful Dead Announce 50th Anniversary Reissue Of ‘American Beauty’

The Grateful Dead have announced that they will release a new version of American Beauty to mark the famed album’s 50th anniversary.

The new version will include audio from an unreleased 1971 concert

Making the announcement on Instagram, the Grateful Dead wrote, “The crown jewel of the Dead’s studio output has gotten the deluxe treatment.”

The three-CD deluxe edition features newly remastered audio, plus one of the most requested archival recordings in the Dead’s vault – the unreleased concert recorded on February 18, 1971 at the Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, New York.

4,000 copies of an exclusive colored vinyl and 15,000 copies of a vinyl picture disc will also be issued, with both featuring the newly remastered version of the original album.

Models and pieces of apparel, accessories, posters and more merchandise are also being offered to mark the occasion.

Source: RTT Music News

This day in 1975: Pink Floyd releases “Wish You Were Here”

This day in 1975: Pink Floyd released their ninth studio album Wish You Were Here in the UK. The album which explores themes of absence, the music business, and former band-mate Syd Barrett’s mental decline peaked at No.1 on both sides of the Atlantic and went on to spend a total of 84 weeks on the chart.

Here’s a live performance of the title track from their 1994 “Division Bell” tour:

Bruce Springsteen Announces New Album With E Street Band, Shares Title Track

Bruce Springsteen has announced that his new album with The E Street Band, titled Letter To You, will be released on October 23. He also released the album’s title track and an accompanying video.

The 12-track Letter To You is the rock star’s 20th studio album and was recorded at his home studio in New Jersey.

Springsteen said he loves the emotional nature of Letter To You, adding, “And I love the sound of the E Street Band playing completely live in the studio, in a way we’ve never done before, and with no overdubs.”

Springsteen said the album, which was made in just five days, “turned out to be one of the greatest recording experiences I’ve ever had.”

Letter to You includes nine recently written Springsteen songs, as well as new recordings of three of his previously unreleased compositions from the 1970s.

Letter To You is jointly produced by Ron Aniello and Springsteen, who is performing with The E Street Band for the first time since The River 2016 tour.


1. One Minute You’re Here
2. Letter To You
3. Burnin’ Train
4. Janey Needs A Shooter
5. Last Man Standing
6. The Power Of Prayer
7. House Of A Thousand Guitars
8. Rainmaker
9. If I Was The Priest
10. Ghosts
11. Song For Orphans
12. I’ll See You In My Dreams

Source: RTT Music News


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