Smith was ordered to pay Petty royalties for his hit single “Stay With Me,” which sounded a lot like Petty’s 1989 track “I Won’t Back Down.”
What’s the biggest problem with American culture? If you’re Tom Petty, your answer would be the Kardashians.
A few days after streaming five new songs on his website, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers’ entire new album is available to stream via NPR.
Look for the new Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers Hypnotic Eye on July 19.
Happy… or sad, Tax Day to you. We honor this yearly painful ritual with the 5 best covers (that we could find) of the Beatles 1966 hit Taxman, which is on the Revolver album. Stevie Ray Vaughn […]
We talked to Heartbreaker Benmont Tench about the album a while back.
Our vote for #1: Janis Joplin and Tom Jones singing ‘Raise Your Hand’ on television in 1969. He can whistle like a pro, and she can shake that boot-eh. #2 You know we’re right: Run […]
“I’m pretty shy and I’m not seeking the spotlight,” he tells Radio.com. “I like having a big grand piano to hide behind when I’m playing with the Heartbreakers.”
We probably wouldn’t be so concerned with the ongoing Tom Petty comments saga, but the fact that we share the building with KMPS, means we’re getting double the dose. Today we were greeted with the news that country singer Jake Owen is the latest “artist” to take issue with Petty’s comments (from what had to have been two weeks ago).