Bret Michaels Lines up Michael Anthony, Joe Perry + Many More for Solo Album
Last we heard from Bret Michaels, he was chasing rock’s original gypsy, Stevie Nicks, for a guest spot on his upcoming solo record, ‘Get Your Rock On,’ tentatively due this summer. While he may not have scored Stevie for the album (yet?), he has already lined up a veritable who’s who of…well, of peo…
Kiss and Motley Crue Announce 2012 Summer Tour Dates
Kiss and Motley Crue will embark on a 40-city tour together, with each band playing 90-minute sets on their fully stocked and typically insane stage set-ups. The bands announced the trek, which, by the way, they’re calling simply “the Tour,” at a press conference broadcast online e…
Phillip Phillips Braves Kidney Stone Surgery to Sing ‘Hard to Handle’ on ‘American Idol’
‘American Idol‘ contestant Phillip Phillps fought through the pain of six-day old kidney stone surgery to perform ‘Hard to Handle’ on ‘American Idol’ tonight (March 13).
Kiss and Motley Crue to Join Forces for 2012 Summer Tour
Kiss and Motley Crue will team up for a formidable tour this summer, and based on what Crue singer Vince Neil is saying about the joint production, their respective road crews are going to have their hands full.
Doobie Brothers React to the Death of Michael Hossack
The Doobie Brothers have reacted to the death of their longtime drummer Michael Hossack with a series of heartfelt statements on their official website. Hossack passed away at his home in Wyoming Monday (March 12) after battling cancer for several years.
Charlie Sheen Offers Drunken Review of Guns N’ Roses Concert
Actor Charlie Sheen allegedly / apparently had a lot to drink at the Guns N’ Roses Palladium show in Los Angeles Friday night (March 9), and offered some enthusiastic if slurred thoughts afterwards.
Van Halen Unleash ‘Hang ‘Em High’ at Boston Concert
Van Halen performed ‘Hang ‘Em High’ live for the first time in years at their concert last night (March 11) in Boston, adding yet another deep album cut to their ever-expanding on-stage repertoire.
There Would Be No New Van Halen Tour or Album Without Wolfgang in the Band, Says Valerie B…
Since her ex-husband Eddie Van Halen so far isn’t doing any interviews in support of his band’s new album and tour, Valerie Bertinelli called into WRIF Detroit’s Drew and Mike show to talk about how the band, and specifically their son Wolfgang, is doing out on the road.
Eagles Spokesperson on Frank Ocean’s ‘Hotel California’ Sampling – ‘It’s Illegal’
An Eagles spokesperson has responded to an implication by R&B singer Frank Ocean that the band’s organization was somehow “intimidated” by Ocean’s unauthorized reworking of the group’s 1976 classic song ‘Hotel California’ with an extremely direct sta…
David Lee Roth Gets His Microphone Back as Van Halen Adds ‘The Full Bug’ to a Revamped Set…
Van Halen made some noteworthy changes for the second of their two headlining shows at New York’s Madison Square Garden last night (March 1) including a new opening song, the unearthing of a long unheard deep album cut, and a new microphone for singer David Lee Roth.
Jane’s Addiction Stage Spectacular Sing-a-Long at Detroit Concert
Jane’s Addiction brought great songs and an extremely impressive stage show to Detroit’s beautiful Fillmore this past Friday (Feb. 24). The set came complete with dazzling light and video displays, a gigantic sculpture and three live dancers hanging from the ceiling in oversized dresses.
Best Journey Album – Readers’ Poll
To celebrate Journey guitarist Neal Schon‘s 58th birthday today (Feb. 27), we’re going to ask for your help to figure out which album from his famous and ultra-successful band stands above the rest.