Grateful Dead’s Bob Weir Recalls Providing Haven for Sammy Hagar
The great thing about making a solid living in music and entertainment is the ability it gives you to live near people doing the same thing. Though their styles may be different, Grateful Dead‘s Bob Weir can look down the street and occasionally catch sight of the “Red Rocker” hims…
Eddie Van Halen Says Bassist-Son Wolfgang Van Halen Is ‘Just One of the Band’
Van Halen‘s extensive tour schedule has given Eddie Van Halen access to his son that most fathers don’t have with their children, and the guitar great says that having Wolfgang on the road has changed the dynamic of their relationship a little bit.
Rolling Stones Celebrate 50 Years With New Video Montage
Most of us weren’t able to travel to London’s Somerset House to celebrate the Rolling Stones‘ 50th Anniversary last month, so a new video the band has posted will have to do.
Rod Stewart Tells His Story in ‘Rod: The Autobiography’
Rod Stewart has lived a colorful life, and fans will get a chance to dig a little deeper into his story via the new book ‘Rod: The Autobiography.”
Metallica’s Lars Ulrich Says He’s Still Like a ‘Kid in a Candy Store’ Around Rock Stars
Metallica have played plenty of festivals over the years, and even curated their own event with the Orion Music + More festival earlier this year. But even though it should be old hat for them at this point, the veteran rockers still get a buzz out of seeing so much talent in one place.
Supertramp’s Roger Hodgson Returns to the Road With ‘Breakfast in America’ Tour
The summer may be winding down, but things are just about to heat up stateside for Roger Hodgson. The singer and co-founder of Supertramp is making his way back to North America to continue his ‘Breakfast in America’ tour, with a new leg of dates set to begin Aug. 5 in Park City, Utah.
Bon Jovi Keyboardist David Bryan Donates Steinway Grand Piano to U.S. State Department
Bon Jovi have done their part for the arts over the years, and keyboardist David Bryan is making sure that music will be able to ring throughout the U.S. State Department for years to come.
Bruce Springsteen Tacks on Late Fall 2012 North American Dates
Bruce Springsteen has certainly made the most of touring in Europe this summer, but “The Boss” will be back in the good ol’ U.S. of A. this fall.
Van Halen’s ‘Jump’ Leads Most Popular Sporting Songs Poll
With the London Olympics starting today (July 27), the British music body, PRS for Music, recently decided to conduct a poll to determine the most popular song when it came to sporting events, and a classic popular anthem has come out on top.
Pete Townshend, Elton John + Robert Plant Among Those Calling for Action Against Google Ov…
A number of top musicians across several different genres have banded together to ask British Prime Minister David Cameron to take action against Google over the ability for music fans to illegally copy and distribute music through the search engine.
Roger Waters Discusses How ‘The Wall’ Has Changed Over Time
Former Pink Floyd member Roger Waters has the biggest tour of 2012 at the year’s midpoint, as his live production of the classic ‘The Wall’ album moved the turnstiles at a major clip.
Freddie Mercury Photo Book ‘The Great Pretender: A Life In Pictures’ Coming In September
Late Queen frontman Freddie Mercury is as popular as ever, and the vocalist is getting yet another salute this year. Along with the upcoming documentary release, ‘The Great Pretender,’ which chronicles his life and times, there’s also a new book in the works titled ‘The Great…