• Queen's resurgence, boosted by the blockbuster Bohemian Rhapsody biopic, has helped earn the 1975 track of the same name the distinction of being the most-streamed track from the 20th century -- achieving more than 1.6 billion global streams. Billboard reported the qualification "considers all registered streams on global on-demand streaming services including Spotify, Apple Music, Deezer and others, as well as streams from official song or video streams on YouTube." Queen's Brian May said in a statement: "So the River of Rock Music has metamorphosed into streams! Very happy that our music is still flowing to the max!" (Billboard)

  • Daryl Hall & John Oates have announced a three night Las Vegas run to kick off their 2019 dates. Hall & Oates will hit The Colosseum at Caesar’s Palace on March 20th, 22nd, and 23rd, marking the duo's first "Sin City" appearances since 2014. So far, the band has six European arena dates on the books for April and May, taking in stops in England, Scotland, and Germany. Additional North American dates are expected to soon be announced. (Press release)

  • Only days after rejecting the prospect of Barclays sponsoring his and Bob Dylan's July 12th Hyde Park Show at London's Hyde Park, Neil Young can finally breathe easily. The singer-songwriter was up in arms after finding out Barclays was underwriting the gig, a company, which Young deemed to be a "fossil fuel finding entity." Young posted on his official NeilYoungArchives.com (NYA) website: "NYA is happy to announce that the Hyde park show will proceed without Barclays as a sponsor. We are overjoyed, so happy to be playing the show! NYA tickets to all tiers will be available today. We will have the announcement and ticket sales up very soon." (Rolling Stone)

  • Jackson Browne is set for a four-night residency at Manhattan's Beacon Theatre, with special guest Lucius opening the dates for him and his band. Browne will play on June 23rd, 24th, 26th, and 28th. Tickets go on sale this Friday, December 14th at 11 a.m. local time through all Ticketmaster locations and livenation.com. Advance ticket information is available at JacksonBrowne.com. (Press release)

  • Van Morrison will be honored at promoter Michael Dorf's annual Carnegie Hall tribute concert on March 21st. Among the performers already on board for the salute are Shawn Colvin, Richard Marx, Marc Cohn, Glen Hansard, Josh Ritter, the Gaslight Anthem’s Brian Fallon, Bettye LaVette, the Secret Sisters, Anderson East, and the Resistance Revival Chorus. More artists are still to be announced. (Press release)

  • As part of an ongoing campaign to commemorate Creedence Clearwater Revival's 50th anniversary, Craft Recordings has released a new, official video for "Have You Ever Seen The Rain." Filmed in "Big Sky Country" Montana and directed by Laurence Jacobs, the clip features Jack Quaid -- son of Meg Ryan and Dennis Quaid -- best known for his roles in The Hunger Games, Logan Lucky, and HBO's Vinyl; Sasha Frolova from Fox's Red Sparrow, Netflix's Snowpiercer, Kenzo's The Everything; and Erin Moriarty from Marvel's Jessica Jones, and Amazon's The Boys. (Press release)