During their Aug. 8 joint concert in Denver, Kiss and Motley Crue announced that they will be donating $100,000 to a relief fund set up to help victims of the July 20 movie theater shootings in nearby Aurora, Colo.
Dick Clark, who as the long-running host of television shows such as ‘American Bandstand’ and ‘New Year’s Rockin’ Eve’ brought rock and roll music into many people’s homes for the first time, has died of a “massive heart attack” at age 82, according to TMZ.
Aerosmith‘s 2012 Global Warming tour has just added another stop. The legendary rockers will perform along with opening act Cheap Trick on June 29 at the Times Union Center in Albany, N.Y., in a show presented by Ultimate Classic Rock.
April 4 update: You can now purchase tickets in advance of the public on-sale date by visiting this Ticketmaster location and entering the password “LIVINONTHEEDGE’
Stevie Nicks brought her magical, mystical powers to NBC‘s ‘Up All Night’ last evening (March 29), appearing as a much-sought after guest on the fictional talk show where lead characters Reagan (Christina Applegate) and Ava (Maya Rudolph) work on the popular sitcom.
Move over, Adam Lambert! Our choice for Queen‘s new lead singer is here in the form of an (allegedly) intoxicated man arrested somewhere in Canada, who responds by singing ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ — every bit of it — in the back of a police car.
Last we heard from Bret Michaels, he was chasing rock’s original gypsy, Stevie Nicks, for a guest spot on his upcoming solo record, ‘Get Your Rock On,’ tentatively due this summer. While he may not have scored Stevie for the album (yet?), he has already lined up a veritable who’s who of…well, of people who make music, spanning the gamut from fellow rock veterans Joe Perry of Aerosmith and Ace Frehley of KISS to country icon Loretta Lynn and chief parrothead Jimmy Buffett.
Van Halen has issued the third in their videotaped series of self-interviews, and this episode finds the three current and original members of the group joking and laughing about their early days as well as their ill-fated attempts to accurately cover hit dance songs of the era.
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