When the members of Kiss touched down in Vegas last week, they had golf on their minds — but in between putt-putt interviews, frontman Paul Stanley took a moment to speak about the band’s plans for 2012, including a tour and new album.
Adam Lambert will reunite with Queen for a headlining performance at the 2012 Sonisphere Festival this summer, so naturally, his future as Freddie Mercury‘s stand-in is all anyone wants to talk about when they interview the poor guy. Happily, Lambert proved up for the task during a recent chat with Tommy Griffiths at Washington, DC’s WBIG FM.
It was not even two years ago that Elton John released ‘The Union,’ his album-length collaboration with Leon Russell — and it was mere weeks ago that Cameron Crowe’s documentary about the making of the album premiered on HBO. But Elton is nothing if not prolific, and he’s already prepping his next release.
After taking a 20-year break from solo albums, the Eagles‘ Glenn Frey is ready to step back into the spotlight — but don’t expect new songs from the man who brought you ‘Sexy Girl’ and ‘The One You Love.’ Instead, Frey is delivering a collection of pop standards, titled ‘After Hours.’
You might think Meat Loaf had been absent from the television airwaves lately for any number of reasons — like, say, the fact that his music appeals mainly to an older crowd, or the fact that he hasn’t had a hit single since 1995, or maybe even the complete mental breakdown he suffered the last time he starred on a reality show. But no: According to Mr. Loaf, TV programmers don’t like him because he’s — gasp! — a Republican.
At 60, Aerosmith guitarist Brad Whitford has reached the age when most guys are happy just to put their feet up and yell at the neighborhood kids to get off their lawn, but not even preparations for the band’s upcoming album are enough to keep him busy — he’s also on the road with the Experience Hendrix tour, where he recently shared a bit of news about when you can expect to hear new music from Aerosmith.
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