Neal Schon had some updates on a new Journey album, slated to arrive next year, with singles to precede its release. Listen to his interview with Eddie Trunk HERE. Meanwhile, watch the new Journey lineup perform “Don’t Stop Believin'”
There is going to be an Elton John Barbie Doll. The timing marks 45 years since his legendary Dodger Stadium concert, with a similarly-glittery costume. Learn more about it via Rolling Stone HERE. Watch a performance from that 1975 concert:
Wednesday on The Latest From The Greatest presented by Five Star Telecom, we had a new song from Stevie Wonder (featuring Gary Clark Jr.): “Where Is Our Love Song”
We found out Tuesday that Tony Lewis, lead singer & bassist in The Outfield, has passed away at age 62. Watch him front the band on their biggest hit:
You remember Paul McCartney’s debut solo album “McCartney” from 1970, and his second truly solo album “McCartney II” in 1980…could “McCartney III” yet be coming in 2020? See these tweets from Sir Paul:
Toto is re-activated, with two of their classic members still in the band along with some new members. Guitarist/singer Steve Lukather — the only member of the band going back to its 1970s formation — and lead singer Joseph Williams are sticking around, joined by the following:
- John Pierce (bass)
- Steve Maggiora (keyboards)
- Dominique “Xavier” Taplin (keyboards)
- Robert “Sput” Searight (drums)
- Warren Ham (multi-instrumentalist)
Toto will have a livestream event November 21st to kick off the new lineup, with their “Dogz Of Oz” tour coming in 2021.
Andrew Farriss talks about his new EP “Love Makes The World,” how the songs relate to what’s going on in the world, the creation of the project, the thread in his songwriting back to INXS, and more.
This Wednesday on The Latest From The Greatest presented by Five Star Telecom, we have a new song from Stevie Nicks called “Show Them The Way.” Watch the music video here:
Neal Karlen talks about his October, 2020, book “This Thing Called Life: Prince’s Odyssey, On and Off the Record.” He talks about the Twin Cities’ love for Prince and how Prince related to the Midwest, plus more.
Paul Carrack chats about his October, 2020, One Night Global Streaming Event from Victoria Hall in Leeds, his new release “Another Side Of Paul Carrack” with the SWR Big Band and Strings, writing new music, “How Long,” and some soccer talk.