Back in August, Journey guitarist Neal Schon got together in Las Vegas with Carlos Santana and members of the original Santana band to rehearse for a possible album and tour.
Schon says he's been listening to tapes from those rehearsals and hopes Carlos has time to re-visit the idea of a reunion over the first four months of 2014, and possible do some recording before Journey hits the road in May. Looks like a Santana reunion could happen.
The Monkees, The Bee Gees, Chicago and Elton John head this year's honorees for America's Pop Music Hall of Fame. The online organization, which hopes to actually build a bricks-and-mortar museum in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania -- announced that 14 acts have been voted in this year's class.
The above acts will join The Beatles, The Beach Boys, Neil Diamond, Ray Charles, Elvis Presley and Frank Sinatra from last year's inaugural group.
Other new honorees include Tony Bennett, The Carpenters, Buddy Holly, Carole King, Dean Martin, Roy Orbison, Patti Page, The Platters, Simon & Garfunkel and The Supremes.
NBC struck ratings gold with their live adaptation of "The Sound of Music" starring Carrie Underwood. It drew 18.6 million viewers last week.
Now network executives want this to be a yearly holiday event on the peacock network. NBC also says its goal is to find other family friendly shows to produce.