Welcome to our Monday morning round-up. Each Monday we will discuss some of the musical hits (and misses) of the last week.
Rolling Stone weighs in on the newest supergroup featuring Alice Cooper, Joe Perry and, believe it or not, Johnny Depp.
The Wall Street Journal revisits the concert that changed rock and roll: The Beatles at Shea Stadium in 1965.
The Delaware County Times has the obituary for Columbia House, the mail order business that offered “8 CDs for a penny.”
Ultimate Classic Rock has a roundup of new album releases coming in September.
Scott Mervis of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette previewed the Florida Georgia Line concert at First Niagara Pavilion.
The Philadelphia Business Journal wrote about leadership lessons that can be learned from the Foo Fighter’s Dave Grohl.
Vaunda Bonnett of the Tribune-Review reviewed Jimmy Buffett’s show at the First Niagara Pavilion
Fox News has a story about rock music being used to age whisky at a distillery in Louisville.
Longtime Rolling Stone contributing editor David Wild writes about 10 albums from the ’70s that are still relevant for CNN.
The Financial Times of London reviews three books examine the history of pop and rock music.