Bernie Corrigan, the marketing manager for Schecter Guitars in Burbank, California, died August 18 in an auto accident. He was 39. A fund has been set up for Corrigan -- the Bernie Corrigan Memorial Fund -- in order to financially assist his family.
Paul McCartney will release a new orchestral album, Ocean's Kingdom, on October 4 via Hear Music/Telarc. It represents the first time McCartney has written an original orchestral score -- or any kind of music -- specifically for dance.
When your first three albums are the first three "acts" of a six-part narrative, and you decide to take a break, an EP sounds like a reasonable route to take. Or in the case of The Dear Hunter's Casey Crescenzo, nine of them.
The new band from John Arch (ex-Fates Warning) and Jim Matheos (Fates Warning) -- appropriately titled Arch/Matheos -- will release their debut album, Sympathetic Resonance, on September 13 via Metal Blade Records.
According to a report from The New York Post, Aerosmith's classic albums -- including Rocks, Get Your Wings and Toys in the Attic -- will now finally be made available via Apple's iTunes beginning next month.
All Liam Gallagher wanted was an apology. When we announced last week that Liam was suing his brother Noel over "lies" surrounding the breakup of Oasis, he never made mention once of a monetary sum in his official statement.
Yahoo! TV is offering a sneak peek at the 2.5-minute trailer for George Harrison: Living in the Material World, the long-awaited George Harrison documentary by Martin Scorsese. HBO will debut the film in two parts in October.