-- Diehard Chicago Cubs fan (is there any other kind these days?) Eddie Vedder jammed with Bruce Springsteen on the latter's song 'Atlantic City' at Wrigley Field in Chicago over the weekend. Vedder also guested during a Sprinsteen concert at the Cubs' home field back in 2002, when the team wasn't on track to lose 100 games. [Audio Ink Radio]

-- Amanda Palmer celebrated the release of her new album, 'Theatre is Evil,' on Tuesday with a carnival-esque extravaganza at New York City's Webster Hall. The Dresden Dolls singer raised more than $1.1 million through a Kickstarter campaign to make the album, which dropped last week. [Death + Taxes]

-- "It's gonna be some kinda sad sounding melancholy songs," City and Colour's Dallas Green says of the follow-up to his band's last album, 2011's 'Little Hell,' which he's starting to work on. In other words, it will be gorgeous like all their previous albums. [Spinner]

-- Kills sexpot Alison Mosshart has been named the face of Eddie Borgo's new campaign -- and Borgo couldn't be more excited. "She is a poet, a writer, a performer, an artist, an intellectual, and a musician," says the American jeweler. "She is a bona fide rock 'n' roll star." [Telegraph]

-- If 'Mr. Roboto' isn't the all-time greatest Styx song, what is? Our friends at Ultimate Classic Rock counts down the band's Top 10 -- and no, it's not 'Come Sail Away,' either. [Ultimate Classic Rock]