'Both Sides of the Sky' features tracks recorded between 1968 to 1970 including collaborations with Stephen Stills, Johnny Winter
'Pleasures: The Meals of an Album' – co-written with Adrienne Amato, chef from record's recording sessions – includes 40 vegetarian dishes
"CANCER REALLY? I'm done. 2018 here I come!" guitarist-producer writes in detailed blog post
"Justin has not given our church $10 million, and we do not have gold ceilings. We do not even own a church building," says Carl Lentz of Hillsong NYC
Band references global warming, Russian election meddling, President Trump's crude 'Access Hollywood' tape in wild clip
'Saturday Night Live' comedian also imitates Gal Gadot, screaming goats
Comedian satirized Alabama Senate candidate: "Roy Moore: Is 2017 Was a Person, It'd Be Me"
High Flying Birds mastermind talks balancing prosaic fatherhood challenges with rock star lifestyle
Slow-motion falls, waterfall backdrops highlight clip for title-track of band's new LP
Emo/alt-rock band recruit Beach Slang for 2018 U.S. trek
Aaron Neville, Hurray for the Riff Raff also join New York's "A Concert for Island Relief," which aids U.S. and British Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico
Singer-songwriter Josh Tillman records guitar, vocals in clip for 13-minute 'Pure Comedy' track
After being convicted of securities fraud, notorious "Pharma Bro" may have to hand over lone copy of 'Once Upon a Time in Shaolin'
Singer performs at rally near California immigration detention center in clip for 'War & Leisure' closer
South Korean septet also joined 'Late Late Show' host James Corden for goofy "Flinch" game