Music News: 7 Things That Happened in the Past Two Weeks

Two weeks’ worth of the most important happenings… as told by social media:


1. Neil Young has released a new song, “Children of Destiny,” with band Promise of the Real. The song is available for download through digital music retailers.


2. Ringo Starr’s next album, Give More Love, will be released September 15. The announcement came on July 7, Starr’s 77th birthday.

In celebration of Ringo's birthday and Peace & Love, GIVE MORE LOVE, his new album has been announced for a Sept. 15 release date! Listen to the title track and order here:

Posted by Ringo Starr on Saturday, July 8, 2017


3. The Claypool Lennon Delirium, comprised of Les Claypool and Sean Lennon, will release an EP on August 4 called Lime and Limpid Green. The EP will feature covers of King Crimson, Pink Floyd, and the Who (below).


4. Carole King’s performance of her 1971 album Tapestry at London’s Hyde Park in 2016 is being shown in theaters for one night only next month. Tickets are available on the event website.


5. Black Sabbath’s final concert will be screened in theaters worldwide on September 28.

Black Sabbath: The End of The End

#TheEndofTheEnd Coming Sept 28th!

Posted by Black Sabbath on Monday, July 3, 2017


6. Rod Stewart and Cyndi Lauper kicked off their co-headlining tour in Hollywood, Florida.


7. Paul McCartney began the latest leg of his One on One tour in Miami this weekend. The tour will continue until July 25.

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Danielle Zabielski (aka “that girl who loves the Bee Gees more than anything else in the whole wide world”) is an artist, freelancer, and radio producer based in Philadelphia. Art and music are the two loves of her life, particularly the art and music of the 1960s through ‘70s.