The Band’s Levon Helm is getting his due credit with a documentary of his own, set to screen in theaters nationwide next year.
“I wish they had taken a few weeks to make it. It’s fine for us freaks.” – Little Steven
As if Mick Jagger hasn’t got his hands full enough – what with upcoming Stones shows and more 50th anniversary activity in 2013 – he will now serve as one of the producers on an upcoming James Brown biopic.
It seems as though Led Zeppelin’s “Celebration Day,” a film showcasing the band’s 2007 one-off reunion show in London, isn’t cranking it to 11 in movie theaters across the U.S.
Johnny Depp may already be a superstar actor and guitarist, but now he’s adding publishing executive to his resume. Depp has just announced his literary imprint with top publisher HarperCollins,
It’s difficult to recall where you were last week, let alone 50 years ago. So for fans of the Rolling Stones who have been along for the ride over the last half century, The Rolling Stones: 50 Years on Film is a must-see exhibit.
It seems like everyone is a Beatles fan, everyone has a story involving the John, Paul, George and Ringo. It’s that notion that drives a new documentary titled Beatles Stories, which will be released digitally and on DVD next month (Oct. 2).
This fall, the Rolling Stones will debut not one but two different documentaries, one old and one new. While the brand new doc with HBO was announced earlier this month, the premiere of the Stones’ first-ever documentary has just been announced.
Don McLean is known to many as the singer-songwriter behind the most epic song to ever hit No. 1 on the Billboard charts, but those interested in a deeper look into his life will soon be in luck.
In a 10-day long auction, four never-before-seen 16mm color film reels of Jimi Hendrix were sold to an undisclosed buyer on eBay for $10,000.