Aerosmith’s Joe Perry to Chronicle His Journey ‘to Find Rock and Roll’ With New Autobiogra…
Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry is all too aware that every syllable which leaves his lips is fair game to ignite potential controversy. He aims to bring many topics into very clear focus with his forthcoming autobiography that’s currently in the works.
Rush Ponder the Death of the Album ‘and Everything it Represented’
The recent ‘Clockwork Angels’ release is proof that Rush are still a fan of the album format, but guitarist Alex Lifeson is coming to terms with the idea that the days of the long player may be numbered.
Legendary Designer Storm Thorgerson Recalls ‘Climbing Towards A Fiery Dawn’ With Led Zeppe…
Through the years, artist Storm Thorgerson has contributed a lot to musical pop culture with his album artwork pieces designed for a wide variety of artists and bands such as his more recent work with bands like the Mars Volta and Audioslave and most notably, his classic sleeves for Led Zeppelin, Pi…
Lynyrd Skynyrd’s Gary Rossington On Their New Album And Bassist
Southern rock godfathers Lynyrd Skynyrd have released seven albums together since reuniting in 1987, a decade after the tragic plane crash which claimed the lives of three band members, including original vocalist and primary lyricist Ronnie Van Zant.
Joe Walsh Says the Eagles Were ‘Lucky’ to Break Up Before Their Relationships Were ‘Irrepa…
The release of the landmark ‘Hotel California’ album was a heady time for the Eagles, who were in a transitional phase, welcoming new guitarist Joe Walsh to their lineup.
New Kiss Album ‘Monster’ Remains Caged With Release Date Delay
‘Monster,’ the long-gestating new studio album from Kiss, will come out slightly later than anticipated, having recently been bumped back to a still unspecified fall release date.
Police Drummer Stewart Copeland On His Good-Natured Rivalry With Rush’s Neil Peart
Police drummer Stewart Copeland might not be the biggest fan of the music of Rush, but he and fellow skinsman Neil Peart are longtime friends keeping a good-natured rivalry regarding their craft and individual personalities.
Cream’s Ginger Baker, Leslie West + More Pay Tribute To The Black Keys
Listening to the music of the Black Keys, you have to figure that Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney had at least one Cream album in their record collection growing up. But they probably never guessed that a member of Cream — and a number of other rock heroes — would one day pay tribute to …
Jethro Tull’s Ian Anderson Plans To Record ‘Hard Rock’ Album
Jethro Tull’s Ian Anderson is currently promoting his solo sequel to the band’s classic ‘Thick As A Brick’ album, but as he revealed in a recent interview, he’s got quite a few other projects in mind as well.
Def Leppard’s Vivian Campbell Plans Reunion Of Classic Dio Band
Considering the volatile nature of his past relationship with the late Ronnie James Dio, it’s somewhat surprising to hear that Def Leppard guitarist Vivian Campbell is reuniting with the classic lineup of the Dio band where he found some of his early success as a guitarist.
Ringo Starr Offers A Supportive Drumstick To The Endangered Rhino Species
In addition to promoting his new solo album, cleverly titled ‘Ringo 2012,’ former Beatles drummer Ringo Starr is lending his support to a worthy cause – the endangered rhinoceros species. Starr recently modified his official website, replacing the picture of his cat with …
Journey’s Neal Schon Reveals Plans For Two New Solo Albums
When Journey wrapped up their latest album ‘Eclipse,’ guitarist Neal Schon still had an itch to make more music. Conveniently, a break in the action allowed him the time to knock out enough material for two new solo albums.