After flying solo on ‘Full Moon Fever,' Tom Petty reunited the Heartbreakers for ‘Into the Great Wide Open’ and propelled them back atop the rock zeitgeist.
Released in 1978, Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers’ second album, ‘You’re Gonna Get It!’, earned a fanbase and revealed Petty’s emerging songwriting skills.
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers spent their first decade living in each other's pockets, but their first extended break turned out to be one of their most productive periods.
A catalog that has attracted thousands of interpretations inspires this look at ten of the best covers of George's timeless work.
Livestreaming on Petty's official YouTube channel, the event will be simulcast on SiriusXM’s Tom Petty Radio.
A celebration of one of the most outstanding rock figureheads with 20 of his finest moments, both as the Heartbreakers' frontman and a solo artist.
The event will raise funds for both @MusiCares and @FoodBank4NYC.
The original version of the track previously appeared on the career-spanning Petty retrospective, 'The Best Of Everything'.
Helmed by Rick Rubin, Johnny Cash’s American Recordings saw the country legend make a stunning return late his career, re-establishing his rebel cred.
The album was first released on 19 October 1979 and became the next step in the band's commercial breakthrough.
The Lumineers have released the second of three new videos this week, this time for their song 'Donna' from their 'Gloria Sparks' EP.
'For Real' also features on the career-spanning retrospective, 'The Best Of Everything', out now on Geffen/UMe.
The collection features Petty's solo material, his hits with the Heartbreakers and his work with Mudcrutch.
'The Best Of Everything' is due for release through Geffen/UME on 1 March.
The ceremony took place on what would have been the late rock legend's 68th birthday,