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Eddie Money to undergo “minimally invasive” heart procedure this week; announces new album plans

Stewart Volland/AXS TVEddie Money will undergo a minor heart-valve operation this week after recently experiencing shortness of breath. A post on the 70-year-old singer’s website reveals that Money’s doctors wanted to perform the minimally invasive procedure on

Rolling Stones exhibit featuring rare photos of band at Chess Records to open next month in Chicago

Bob Bonis Archive, Inc./Blues Heaven FoundationA new photo exhibition celebrating the 55th anniversary of The Rolling Stones‘ historic visit to Chess Records in Chicago will open on June 5 at Willie Dixon’s Blues Heaven Foundation, which is

Paul McCartney reissuing four live releases, including expanded version of 2007 “Amoeba's Secret” EP

MPL/Capitol/UMeCoinciding with the just-launched U.S. leg of his Freshen Up Tour, Paul McCartney has announced plans to reissue four archival live collections in multiple formats on July 12. The records — 1976’s Wings over America, 1988’s Choba

Mick Jagger, Keith Richards give up songwriting credits on The Verve's “Bitter Sweet Symphony”

David M. Benett/Dave Benett/Getty Images; Virgin RecordsThe Verve‘s “Bitter Sweet Symphony” is officially back in the hands of frontman Richard Ashcroft, as Rolling Stones members Mick Jagger and Keith Richards have relinquished their songwriting credits on the