Heartbreaker/Mudcrutch keyboardist Benmont Tench told us, “I’d love to bring Mudcrutch all over the country.”
Tom Petty Shares Vintage Song ‘Somewhere Under Heaven’ from Upcoming ‘Wildflowers: All the Rest': Listen
Tom Petty’s new song is featured during the closing credits of the new ‘Entourage’ movie.
Tom Petty’s 1994 record Wildflowers was his second solo record at the time and was the first of three albums that was produced by Rick Rubin. Today, Petty announced that’ll he’ll be releasing a series of songs written and recorded between 1992-1994, but ultimately did not make the final cut.
The cover is for ‘Texas Rising,’ in which Kristofferson participates as an actor.
Remember those classic albums by some of the biggest names in rock? Timeless albums such as Exile on Main Street (Rolling Stones), The Joshua Tree (U2), Full Moon Fever (Tom Petty), and plenty more have stuck in our heads as quintessential albums from our favorite artists.
This week’s Friday Double Feature will showcase two musical institutions from both sides of the Atlantic.
“How it got out to the press is beyond Sam or myself.”
Mired in a lawsuit over the similarity between “Stay With Me” and “I Won’t Back Down”, Sam Smith was forced to give Tom Petty & Jeff Lynne songwriting credits on his Grammy nominated single. Petty recently addressed the situation, something he says isn’t out of the ordinary for musicians.
With the news earlier today of Sam Smith having to pay Tom Petty & Jeff Lynne royalties over the similarities of “Stay With Me” and “I Won’t Back Down”, one question that arose was the Grammy eligibility of Petty & Lynne should Smith win.
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.”