Todd Rundgren

It’s one of the most groundbreaking debut albums of all-time, a monster of innovative musical composition and thought-provoking lyrics whose appeal and creative influence has not only endured though generations but has expanded since its initial release in 1969. In The Court Of The Crimson King is a magnum opus like no other in rock history and now an all-star gathering of rock music royalty have come together to recreate the masterpiece in its entirety!

In celebration of Rhino's 45th Anniversary, the label is launching Rhino Reds, a new series of limited-edition reissues pressed on custom "Rhino Red" vinyl.

Over the next few months, Rhino will release classic albums and rarities from its vast music archive, showcasing records by key artists from the 60s, 70s, and 80s. Each complete reissue will feature a bonus 7-inch, both pressed on translucent "Rhino Red" vinyl, based on the PMS color used in Rhino's logo.

Record Store Day has worked hard over its 16 year tenure to support some of the most impactful charities and social initiatives on radar. Today,  in conjunction with Marshall Headphones & Speakers, Record Store Day announces a donation to Todd Rundgren’s Spirit of Harmony Foundation, a nonprofit whose mission is to emphasize the moral imperative of music education.


Todd Rundgren has announced an official partnership with Michigan-based Cheef Cannabis, who will produce two limited-edition "Hello It's Weed" strains, available initially as both flower bags and pre-roll packages: Michigan Cookies and Dosi Mintz (see descriptions below). To celebrate his teaming with Cheef, the recent Hall of Famer will also make in-store  appearances at two Michigan "House Of Dank'' dispensaries that will begin carrying the strains later this month.


From one end to the other – a total of about 2 hours-15 minutes without intermission – the current Celebrating David Bowie tour is a firehose of classic Bowie songs. And the crackin’ eight-piece band just turns on the flow and lets it go.

Todd Rundgren's 'Space Force' has arrived today on Cleopatra Records, a new album of twelve collaborations from the Hall Of Famer that span genres and generations. Building on never-released and unfinished material that derives primarily from his counterparts, 'Space Force' finds Rundgren back in the lauded producer's chair from which he's helped shape half a century of American music.


There’s a lot of David Bowie suddenly in the air again this year, roughly coinciding with the 75th birthday of the famed genre-fluid singer/songwriter/showman. Earlier this year, there was the Bowie extended-musical-family production – dubbed the Bowie Celebration – featuring former DB sidemen, such as Mike Garson, Gerry Leonard and Carmine Rojas, just to name a few.

Today, Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Daryl Hall, has announced the expansion of his first solo tour in a decade. The second leg of the tour will follow previously announced dates playing historic venues such as NYC’s Carnegie Hall and Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium, plus the April 1 release of BeforeAfter (Legacy Recordings), Hall’s first-ever solo retrospective. As with the tour’s first leg, Todd Rundgren will be a special guest on all newly announced dates.

In early 2011, as Todd Rundgren was promoting an upcoming tour, he stopped by Late Night With Jimmy Fallon for live performances of two songs from his classic 1972 album Something/Anything, “I Saw The Light” and “Couldn’t I Just Tell You.” Backing Rundgren for both songs was Fallon’s long running house band, hip hop auteurs The Roots.

In this week’s interview on Joe Bonamassa’s series Live From Nerdville, Joe speaks candidly with the one-and-only Todd Rundgren on the verge of his Clearly Human Virtual Tour that has been making major headlines!

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