Yes bassist and founder Chris Squire died Saturday at the age of 67, a month after revealing that he was suffering from a rare form of leukemia. Yes keyboardist Geoff Downes broke the news early Sunday, tweeting, âUtterly devastated beyond words to have to report the sad news of the passing of my dear friend, bandmate and inspiration Chris Squire.â The band confirmed the news, saying âItâs
The Rolling Stones were joined by pop singer Ed Sheeran for a performance of their 1978 classic, âBeast Of Burdenâ, at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, MO in Saturday. The song was the second single from the bandâs âSome Girlsâ album and a Top 10 US hit, reaching No. 8 on the Billboard Hot 100; the album hit US No. 1 on its way to selling more than 6 million copies in the States alone.
Iron Maiden bassist and founder Steve Harris has released a live video for the track âEyes Of The Youngâ from his solo project British Lion. First issued in 2012, the record features Richard Taylor on vocals, David Hawkins on guitar and keys, Grahame Leslie on guitar, and Simon Dawson on drums. Harris will take British Lion on the road for a full UK tour this summer with dates starting July
The Who are celebrating the release of âLive At Shea Stadium 1982â with a performance video of their 1971 classic, âBehind Blue Eyesâ, from the package. Now available on DVD, SD Blu-ray and digital formats, the set features the second show of the groupâs two-night stand at New Yorkâs Shea Stadium in the fall of 1982. On the road in support of tenth album, âItâs Hardâ, the trek was the last to