Joan Jett & The Blackhearts Cover T. Rex’s “Jeepster”

Joan Jett & the Blackhearts made an appearance on the Late Late Show with James Corden this week and played their version of “Jeepster” by the famously unique T. Rex. The reason for the appearance is to promote the recently released album, AngelHeaded Hipster: The Songs of Marc Bolan and T. Rex, which is a full album of covers by Perry Farrell, Sean Ono Lennon, Elton John, Joan Jett, & the Blackhearts, U2, Todd Rundgren, Devendra Banhart, Kesha, Father John Misty, Beth Orton, Lucinda Williams, and more.

“A wide-ranging cast of wizards and cosmic dancers have joined together to re imagine Bolan’s work – sometimes in radical fashion – resulting in a collection that is less tribute than bold new work” says Shore Fire Media. Check out the full press release about the album here. Get your own copy of the album here. Mark Bolan was an English musician and lead singer of the band T. Rex, and also a trailblazer of the 1970s glam rock scene.




Greta Van Fleet Give Legendary Performance at Colorado’s Red Rocks Amphitheater

Frontman Josh Kiszka’s voice thrusts listeners into a time machine, nostalgia surging over you in the form of crunchy guitar riffs and vocal arpeggiations that oscillate from silky smooth lulls to rockin’ panther growls. Backed by brothers Jake Kiszka on guitar, Sam Kiszka on the bass, and friend Danny Wagner on the drums, the anachronistic quartet has started to garner deserved attention in the last three years.

Springsteen Says Deluge of Unreleased Music on the Way

In the interview Springsteen covered a lot of topics but the most exciting by far is the myriad of songs he has in a vault just waiting to be enjoyed by fans. On the list of work-in-progress projects includes full-length albums of said unreleased tracks, “lost albums” as he calls them.

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