Sometimes only David Lee Roth can properly express how you feel. Sometimes a set of circumstances are so complex that it takes a wordsmith like Roth to properly convey your sentiment. Sometimes you just have money to blow and you love Van Halen.
It will be almost 40 years to the day of its original release when EMI releases the newest anniversary edition of the most influential David Bowie album of all time. A remastered version of 1972′s ‘The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars’ will be released on June 4.
Last week fans of Guns N’ Roses could buy the band’s ‘Greatest Hits’ album for less than a movie theater gumball. The result: a 572 percent surge in sales for the 14 song collection, good enough for the No. 3 spot on Billboard’s album sales chart for the week.
It took four months to digitally restore the Beatles‘ ‘Yellow Submarine’, but that’s only one-sixth the time it took to create it. The animated feature film will be re-released on DVD and Blu-ray on May 28. Each frame was attended to individually, instead of by using the more common automated software process.
In addition to working on a book large enough to read from Venus, as seen in this photo dispatch from their official site, Kiss has some other big plans in April. The rockers will be appear at high profile events like the NCAA Final Four in New Orleans, on ABC’s ‘Dancing With the Stars’ and the ACM Awards in Las Vegas on CBS.
Bruce Springsteen offered four tickets and side-stage passes to an anti-death penalty group, who used them as part of a fundraiser before Monday night’s (March 19) concert in Greensboro, N.C. The group will also be distributing fliers at the show at the Memorial Coliseum.
Fleetwood Mac drummer and founder Mick Fleetwood says he wants to reunite with his old bandmates for an album or a tour, but he doesn’t see it happening unless Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham are willing to step back from their solo careers.
It’s a Guns N’ Roses reunion, just not the one fans were hoping for. Slash and ‘Appetite for Destruction’ drummer Steven Adler are going to be in studio tonight (March 15) to cut tracks for Adler’s new album.
Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts has put another nail in the coffin of plans for the legendary band to play the London Olympics this summer. The 70-year-old tells the London Telegraph that he was never a fan of that idea. Pink Floyd and the surviving members of the Beatles have also shot down rumors of their potential reunions at the worldwide sporting competition over the past months.
Quiet Riot have stabilized their lead singer situation, announcing this week that Scott Vokoun would take the microphone when the band resumes touring on March 28 in Scottsdale, Ariz. The little-known Vokoun replaces Keith St. John (Montrose), who was filling in after the firing of Mark Huff.
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