Beer used to be like 1970s television programming: you only had a few choices, and most of them kinda sucked. But these days, there are hundreds of channels — and a historic rise in the number of US breweries cranking out a wide variety of suds.
We all know Alice Cooper puts on one hell of a show, and this weekend fans were treated to two of them — a Friday night concert in Biloxi, Miss., and a Saturday night performance at the Bonnaroo festival. And at both, he trotted out a bizarre song for his final encore of the night: a cover of Lady Gaga‘s ‘Born This Way.’
Last week, we told you about a nasty lawsuit filed by Boston guitarist and leader Tom Scholz against the Boston Herald, in which Scholz says the paper implied he drove the band’s lead singer, Brad Delp, to commit suicide in 2007.
Now the Boston Globe reports documents filed in the case reveal a messier, sadder, and far more tabloid-esque story than the one that’s already been told.
Neil Young and Crazy Horse’s ‘Americana’ won’t drop until June 5th, but we’ve already heard three songs from the album. Now we have a fourth — and since the record is full of American folk standards, this one might surprise you.
Vince Neil sure knows how to roll with the punches — and the falls. The Motley Crue singer did a fairly ungraceful faceplant onto the stage at his strip club, but his recovery was nothing if not laudable.
In an open letter last week, Axl Rose made himself perfectly clear: he didn’t feel “wanted or respected” by his former Guns N’ Roses bandmates, so not only would he skip the band’s induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, he didn’t want to be inducted at all.
A couple names you may recognize said the decision was a mistake, and the crowd on Saturday night made their feelings known as well.
Paul Rodgers just might be the Magic 8 Ball of rock ‘n’ roll. In a recent interview, the frontman revealed how his advice to Robert Plant and Joe Walsh might’ve helped steer them to greatness, and he also came clean about the bands who tried — and failed — to recruit him.
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