Ozzy Osbourne, Slash, Alice Cooper, Johnny Depp, Mickey Rourke, Tommy Lee and seemingly dozens of other rockers and actors are all featured in a new documentary called ‘Sunset Strip’ that premiers at the SXSW festival in Austin, Texas on Friday.
From the sound of it, Aerosmith is still succeeding in spite of themselves. During Sunday’s in-depth interview on ’60 Minutes’, each band member talked honestly about their issues with one another, or more specifically with lead singer Steven Tyler. It’s clear that despite sobriety and plans for their first album of originals in 10 years, they still fight like dogs.
Even a new album by Bruce Springsteen may not be enough to toss Adele from the top of the Billboard album sales charts. The magazine reports that ‘Wrecking Ball‘ sold an impressive 200,000 copies in it’s first week of sales, but also that his tally is a few thousand fewer than Adele’s ’21.’
It’s possible New Life Christian Center pastor Mark Granville would have been thrown off his game last week, had he only recognized the famous faces hanging on his every word from the front row. Alex and Eddie Van Halen took in mass at the Trenton, N.J. church, but Granville had never heard of them.
Def Leppard and Poison will begin a tour of North America in June, crossing the country in 32 days, with 18 shows in the U.S. and Canada. It’s the second extended stretch of dates featuring the two ’80s rock bands, who toured extensively together in 2009.
He called her ‘Auntie Delores.’ She called him ‘Buster.’ The bond between Jimi Hendrix and Delores Hall Hamm was strong, closer than that of many aunts. Hamm essentially raised the boy after he moved in with her upon entering second grade in 1949. On Tuesday, the matriarch of the family died at age 92.
This summer’s Orion Music + More festival in Atlantic City, N.J. has just got bigger. Metallica, in conjunction with C3 Presents, announced the addition of a country rocker, a comedian’s heavy metal band and an entire stage devoted to punk and thrash music.
Politics, the loss of Clarence Clemons and Occupy Wall Street are just three of the topics Bruce Springsteen discusses in an interview with ‘The Daily Show’ host Jon Stewart that will cover Rolling Stone next week.
While details of the funeral services for Monkees singer Davy Jones have been difficult to come by, it’s clear the family wants to keep it a private affair. Vintage Vinyl News reports that a memorial is scheduled for today (March 7) in Florida. Jones’ ex-bandmates will not attend.
This may wind up being the most unexpected Twitter feud of 2012: Motley Crue bassist Nikki Sixx vs. Kirk Cameron, a.k.a. Mike Seaver from the ’80s television show ‘Growing Pains.’ Sixx is one of a growing number of celebrities speaking out against Cameron’s recent anti-gay marriage comments on ‘Piers Morgan Tonight.’
Slash has released more details on his second solo album, the follow-up to the 2010 ‘Slash’ project which featured a crowd of guest-vocalists. ‘Apocalyptic Love’ will feature Myles Kennedy on vocals and be released on May 22 through Slash’s Dik Hayd International label.
For 50 years many of the world’s best rock guitarists have chosen to use Marshall amplifiers, and on Sept. 22 they’ll celebrate their love for this equipment. Joe Satriani, Zakk Wylde and members of Iron Maiden and Whitesnake are on the bill for the 50 Years of Loud concert at London’s Wembley Arena.
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