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Clip comes just a few days ahead of the band's alter-ego album 'Hail Satin.'
10 Facts About Fleetwood Mac’s 1975 Self-Titled Album
This wasn't a debut album but with new members and a new musical direction, it could just as well have been.
Bruce Springsteen’s Daughter to Compete at 2021 Olympic Games
Jessica Springsteen will appear on the U.S. equestrian team next month in Tokyo.
When Tom Petty’s ‘Woman in Love’ Was Overshadowed by Stevie Nicks
Second 'Hard Promises' single may have suffered commercially because of a bigger hit released around the same time.
Elton John Announces Final 2022 U.S. Tour Dates
Shows will be the legend's last stateside performances before retiring from the road.
New ‘Bob Dylan: Odds and Ends’ Film Collects Early Footage
Digital release collects archival scenes, documentary outtakes and more from the '60s and '70s.
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, ‘Angel Dream': Album Review
New LP reimagines 1996's 'She's the One' with four previously unreleased recordings.
How Tom Petty’s ‘Learning to Fly’ Became a Quiet Redemption Song
Lead single from 'Into the Great Wide Open' presented a subtle spirit of determination.
What Happened to Queen’s Lost Collaboration With Rod Stewart?
Song was originally conceived as a collaboration between British rock legends before Freddie Mercury's death.
All 47 Tom Petty Videos Ranked Worst to Best
"We made videos before they were videos," he once said.