Reg Presley of the Troggs Announces He Has Cancer, Retires from Music
Reg Presley, lead singer of the British ’60s hitmakers the Troggs, has announced a retirement from music due to his being diagnosed with cancer.
Five Year Old Drummer Performs 20 Kiss Songs
Kiss? That’s kid stuff! Or so thought many a snobby “serious” rock fan back in the late ’70s. By that time, Kiss had become a marketing machine who’s audience kept getting younger and younger. Well, some things never change.…
Paul McCartney To Perform At The Grammys
It seems Sir Paul McCartney has no intention of spending his ‘golden years’ on the front porch reminiscing about the old days. He’s too busy looking at the road ahead. With a new album, ‘Kisses On The Bottom’, due out on Valentine&CloseCurl…
Van Halen Release Acoustic ‘You Really Got Me’ Video
According to the Chinese Zodiac, 2012 is the year of the dragon, but it’s looking more like the year of Van Halen every day! Private club show, new tour, new album, new video, new haircut and threads for returning lead singer David Lee Roth… and now, we have a previously unsee…
Roger Waters Tells Howard Stern He Was ‘Wrong’ to Be Mad About Pink Floyd Continuing Witho…
Roger Waters made a stop on Howard Stern‘s radio show this morning (Jan. 18) to promote the return of his ‘the Wall’ tour to the U.S., and he chatted openly about all things Pink Floyd and beyond.
Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler and Joe Perry To Perform on ‘The Tonight Show’
Steven Tyler will be a guest on ‘The Tonight Show With Jay Leno’ on Friday, Jan. 20, along with ‘American Idol’ compatriots Randy Jackson and Ryan Seacrest, to promote the new season of ‘Idol,’ which starts Jan. 18.
Tyler, who is also …
Tyler, who is also …
Ron Wood Remembers Jimi Hendrix’s Last Night
Guitarist Ron Wood recently recalled his friendship with the late, great Jimi Hendrix. Speaking on their friendship recently on his show on Absolute Radio UK, Wood said “Jimi was a really sweet, well-mannered boy, and I’m very honored to have shared a little space of time…
Quiet Riot Singer’s Firing Kicks Off Nasty Facebook War
80′s rockers Quiet Riot have fired their most recent lead singer, Mark Huff, and hired Keith St. John (ex-Montrose) according to a statement issued by the band. This has led to a Facebook faceoff of sorts.
Renegade Rolling Stones Fans Demand Live Show Changes
The Rolling Stones will celebrate their 50th anniversary this year, and talk of a big tour to commemorate the occasion has been running wild for quite a while now. Well, just in case this happens, a group of fans already has a list of demands about changes they want made on any future Stones tours.
The Velvet Underground Sue to Free Their Iconic Banana
Lou Reed and John Cale of the Velvet Underground are taking legal action to free the banana! That is, the banana on the cover of the groundbreaking 1967 debut album, as created by Andy Warhol.
Aerosmith’s New Album Written Except for Lyrics, Says Steven Tyler
While on a press jaunt to promote the new season of ‘American Idol,’ Steven Tyler dished a little info on the long in the works new Aerosmith album, and it sounds like it won’t be all that long till we get our hands on it.
Son Of Yardbirds Drummer Pleads Guilty To Child Porn Charges
The son of Yardbirds drummer Jim McCarty has pleaded guilty to child porn charges stemming from a 2008 arrest. Simon Jasper McCarty was arrested at Hilo Airport in Hawaii after photos of nude children fell out of his bag while being examined by a TSA officer. An additional search of his laptop and h…