It’s already been covered by everyone from Boy George to Carrie Underwood, but what’s one more version of ‘Go Your Own Way’ between friends, right? The Head & the Heart stopped by the AV Club this week to take part in the site’s long-running Undercover series, and decided to add their own spin to the Fleetwood Mac classic first released on 1977′s ‘Rumours.’
Polish off those dashboard lights, boys and girls — Meat Loaf is ready to hit the road behind his new album ‘Hell in a Handbasket,’ bringing you the live Loaf you crave. It all kicks off June 22 in Austin, Texas.
We’ve known all along that the odds were against the classic Guns N’ Roses lineup coming together for a performance at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony. But that doesn’t mean it shouldn’t happen — and it hasn’t stopped some of the former band members from openly campaigning for a one-night-only reunion. The latest on the list: drummer Steven Adler, who seems to be opting for the “tough love” approach with his old lead singer, Axl Rose.
Today, Fleetwood Mac is one of the biggest bands in the world — but once upon a time, they were just another young blues band, schlepping through British pubs and struggling to come up with a way to set themselves apart from the competition. And, as drummer Mick Fleetwood recalled during a recent interview, they definitely found one.
It wouldn’t be a new Aerosmith album without a media event, and the band obliged yesterday (March 28) by turning out to talk about its upcoming tour — and first album of original material in over a decade — on a stage erected outside a Los Angeles mall.
After spending a few seasons watching Ozzy Osbourne putter around his kitchen in ‘The Osbournes,’ we thought nothing could surprise us about the domesticated Prince of Darkness — but as it turns out, we underestimated his wife Sharon’s tendency to overshare.
Turn the press conference announcing your summer tour into a forum for bashing one of the biggest pop stars on the planet, and you’re going to have some explaining to do — as Motley Crue‘s Tommy Lee discovered when he nodded along with some derogatory comments made by Gene Simmons of Kiss regarding Rihanna earlier this week.
After 18 studio albums and more than 40 years together, the Allman Brothers Band doesn’t need to reach far for songs to put in their set list — but they’ve proven more than willing (and thoroughly adept) when it comes to covering other artists’ material. The latest example: their stinging live take on Neil Young‘s ‘Southern Man,’ performed last Saturday (March 17) at New York’s Beacon Theatre.
We’ve known for awhile that Paul McCartney would be continuing his series of catalog reissues with a deluxe version of 1971′s ‘Ram,’ but now details are starting to surface regarding the release — and we could see the results on store shelves before summer.
After a tumultuous few years that included a divorce, a cancelled reality show, and her first new music in nearly 15 years, Lita Ford is ready to continue her solo career with her eighth solo album, titled ‘Living Like a Runaway.’
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