The new wave veterans are also set to participate in the star-studded tribute livestream “A Bowie Celebration: Just for One Day”.
Featuring essential ’70s works by George A. Romero, Wes Craven, Tobe Hooper, and the list goes on.
Cameron Crowe’s rock and roll odyssey Almost Famous gave us an entirely new language to describe our own realities and love of music.
Bruce Springsteen’s third outing, Born to Run, remains one of rock’s most focused, evocative, and timeless albums.
Movie theaters relied on Jurassic Park and Jaws to lure people back in.
Legendary host also previews the new season of The Last Drive-In.
A blue-eyed soul album that plays matchmaker between Bowie’s artsy rocker tendencies and the warm earnestness of soul and R&B.
The 15-show tour will begin on April 30th.
A fun and groovy starter list with lots of room for side adventures.
An unsentimental, unbridled, bleak-o-rama reminder that we’re all disposable.
Director Carl Reiner and screenwriters Carl Gottlieb and Michael Elias reflect on the iconic Steve Martin comedy for its 40th anniversary.
Roger Waters’ magnum opus remains one of our greatest testaments to the artistry of rock and roll.