Tony Iommi is nothing if not a trooper. The Black Sabbath guitarist has confirmed that he received chemotherapy treatments for lymphoma while recording new music. Despite the difficult diagnosis and illness, Iommi continued to do what he does best and that’s make hard rock.
Kiss have shared the six different covers that will be offered and available for Kiss Comics Issue #1, which is titled ‘Dressed to Kill.’ Because one cover just isn’t enough, right? Well, when you pair Kiss and the highly collectible comic book medium, the more the merrier.
Pam Shaw, a 70-year-old cabaret singer known as “The Sexational Pam”, is a virgin who has sacrificed sex for work and for her beliefs. She adheres to a strict moral code and doesn’t believe in sex before marriage –where is the fun in that?- so she is looking to bag a “tall, dark and handsome millionaire” so she can finally f—.
Mick Jagger has been confirmed as the host for the season finale of ‘Saturday Night Live,’ closing the chapter on the storied sketch show’s 37th season, according to ScreenCrush. Jagger has appeared on ‘SNL’ multiple times as the musical guest with the Rolling Stones, but this is his first foray as the host. The finale airs May 19.
The Allman Brothers Band have added six co-headlining dates with Carlos Santana to their summer tour itinerary. They’ve also beefed up their road schedule with one-off festival dates, including their very own Peach Festival, held in Scranton, Pa. Dates with moe. and Lynyrd Skynyrd are also on deck. The Allmans will remain busy and on the road during the hot months, just as they like it.
As former Hole guitarist Eric Erlandson continues the promo tour for his book, ‘Letters to Kurt,’ he’s been dropping bombshells about his experiences with the late Kurt Cobain. The latest is both touching and heartbreaking — it recounts what could have been.
Lindsey Buckingham has extended his upcoming U.S. tour to now hit the East Coast, with plans to canvas the rest of the country forthcoming, as well. The six-week sojourn begins on May 3 in Solana Beach, Calif. and runs through June 16 in Columbus, Ohio.
Marshall Amplification founder Jim Marshall passed away last week, causing an outpouring of love from rockers that used his famous amps. Marshall died at age 88 and was beloved by the rock community. He was known as the ‘Father of Loud.’
Kiss bassist Gene Simmons appeared on Fox News Channel’s ‘Fox & Friends’ and the hot topics The Demon touched on included the 2012 election, President Obama, who he supported in 2008, and of course, a Gene business endeavor in the form of his Rock & Brew bar that’s launching near the Los Angeles Airport.
The City of Brotherly Love is like an adopted (and geographically nearby) home for Bruce Springsteen. Jersey’s favorite son has a long and storied history with (the streets of) Philadelphia and now, the Springsteen Memories Roadshow is making its first pit stop in Philly on April 21.
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