You don’t turn 66 every day, even if you’re a guitar god — so in that spirit, David Gilmour is celebrating his 66th today (March 6) by giving a gift to his fans. Sure, it’s a gift most of them probably already have, but it’s the thought that counts, right?
On April 21, independent record shops across the country will roll out the red carpet for customers with the annual parade of exclusive goodies known as Record Store Day. While it’s still too early to put together a list of the special releases fans can look forward to, we know at least one thing: Metallica will be going ‘Beyond Magnetic’ again.
Slash is a pretty busy guy these days, between filming commercials with Betty White and responding to rumors of a Guns N’ Roses reunion at this year’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame ceremony — but that isn’t enough to keep him from preparing to unleash his new album ‘Apocalyptic Love’ on a rock-starved planet, or from recording a new video teaser, complete with a bit of the first single ‘You’re a Lie.’
Following his heart attack Saturday night (Feb. 25), King’s X drummer Jerry Gaskill’s condition has improved — he’s currently in stable condition — but he remains in intensive care, and accordingly, the band has canceled all of its upcoming tour dates.
We tend to think of awards shows as excuses for famous people to get together in their finest duds and pat themselves on the back — and the same goes for the countless pre- and post-parties that go along with them. But while that may be true most of the time, Elton John‘s Oscar party is different — to the tune of more than $225 million raised for HIV/AIDS research over the last couple of decades.
If you don’t own an iPad, here’s some news that might make you gently weep: A new app gives users the opportunity to explore George Harrison‘s extensive guitar collection, complete with audio clips, video, and 360-degree views of the instruments.
Impatient to hear Slash‘s upcoming album, ‘Apocalyptic Love’? You’re going to have to wait until late May for the whole experience, but the former Guns N’ Roses guitar god has been kind enough to share a clip from the record to tide us over in the meantime.
They spent most of the ’90s and early aughts recording sporadically as Heart, but Ann and Nancy Wilson appear to be making up for lost time: 2012 will bring plenty of live dates, a new box set, a memoir of their time in the rock ‘n’ roll trenches, and — most exciting of all for longtime fans — an album of new material.
Over the last decade and change, the annual Concerts for Teenage Cancer Trust have become a London tradition — and this year, they’ll celebrate their 12th anniversary with an impressive run of shows that will kick off with a Paul McCartney performance on March 29.
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