Chicago Celebrates 45 Years with New Music and a Documentary
When a summertime trek with the Doobie Brothers kicks off later this year, Chicago will bring an extra milestone to the stage in addition to their legendary catalog of horn-driven classics: the versatile band is celebrating their 45th anniversary. And founding member and trumpet player Lee Loughnane…
Classic Alice Cooper Concert Film To Be Released For The First Time On DVD
Shout! Factory continues their history of unearthing some of pop culture’s strangest buried treasures with the newly announced DVD debut of ‘The Strange Case of Alice Cooper,’ scheduled for a May 22 release.
Dennis DeYoung Says He Would Reunite With Styx
He was a big part of helping to build their success story, and although Dennis DeYoung has been out of Styx for more than a decade, he says that if the opportunity were to present itself, he’d be game to return to the band.
Rush To Receive ‘Golden Gods’ Lifetime Achievement Award
With a new album on the way, the career of Rush is far from stagnant. But they’ll get saluted with an award for their achievements to date at the fourth annual Revolver Golden Gods Awards on April 11.
The Doobie Brothers and Chicago Announce Summer 2012 Tour
The Doobie Brothers will celebrate their 40th anniversary as a group by teaming up with Chicago for a summer concert tour that will feature an evening full of hits from both bands and their legendary catalogs.
Todd Rundgren To Play Special Symphonic Shows
The ever-evolving Todd Rundgren will show off his orchestral side with a pair of symphony shows in June.
Bruce Springsteen Abandons Plans For Memoir
Bruce Springsteen’s forthcoming ‘Wrecking Ball’ album is one that, in his words, targets “fat bankers” and “robber barons.’ But if you’ve been waiting for Springsteen to put words down on paper ab…
Foreigner Guitarist Mick Jones Recovering From Surgery
Veteran Foreigner founder/guitarist Mick Jones is recovering from heart surgery, following illness that had caused him to miss a number of recent Foreigner shows.
Peter Frampton Plays Recently Returned Guitar On Stage For The First Time
New York music fans got a little bit of extra bang for their concert bucks over the weekend as Peter Frampton played his legendary Les Paul on stage for the first time, celebrating the unbelievable return of the instrument, which had been missing and presumed lost for over 30 years.
Former Yes Vocalist Benoit David Releases Statement Regarding His Departure
When Yes announced the sudden departure of vocalist Benoit David, it caught many by surprise – including, unfortunately, David himself.
Todd Rundgren Plans ‘Unpredictable’ Shows And Webcast
For his next trick, Todd Rungren is planning to be ‘unpredictable,’ something that will come as no surprise to longtime fans and in fact, it will probably be exactly what they’ve wanted.
Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler Calls Passing Of Whitney Houston A ‘Terrible Loss’
Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler is of course, no stranger to addiction and commented on the passing of Whitney Houston, who had struggled over the years with her own issues, calling it a “terrible loss.”