Van Halen re-emerged from a long hiatus with a short, sweaty and generally fantastic concert at a small club in New York City tonight (Jan. 5). They also premiered a brand-new and extremely catchy song, ‘She’s the Woman,’ halfway through their set.
David Lee Roth of Van Halen granted a couple of big exclusive news scoops to some autograph seekers last night (Jan. 4) in New York City — specifically, the name of the band’s long-awaited new album and the dates when they’ll be performing in the Big Apple as part of their upcoming tour.
Pink Floyd has revealed the audio and video tracklist for the seven-disc “Immersion Edition” box set of their 1979 opus ‘The Wall.’ Much like last year’s tricked-out versions of ‘Dark Side of the Moon’ (reviewed here) and ‘Wish You Were Here,’ this set, which hits stores Feb. 28, also comes packed with goodies like photos, marbles and a scarf.
The full version of Karen O and Trent Reznor’s cover of Led Zeppelin‘s ‘Immigrant Song’ has emerged. It is, as you’d hope and expect, faithful to the spirit of the original and yet built very differently.
Sin City, the rumors are true! Motley Crue announced that they will be performing a residency at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in February of 2012. For their sakes, we can only be grateful this didn’t happen 30 years ago, before they become more responsible adults.
Remember the video of the nine-year old kid tearing up Ozzy Osbourne‘s ‘Crazy Train’ on guitar from last week? Well, we’ve learned a lot about him since then. His name is Ryan Watson, he’s 10 years old now and one of the many talented young musicians lucky enough to be enrolled in the Frederick Rock School in Maryland.
Paul McCartney and Bruce Springsteen were among the relatively small group of classic rockers nominated for 2012 Grammy Awards tonight (Nov. 30). None of them were mentioned on the hour-long televised nominations program, which consisted largely of pop and country music performances.
Eric Carr of Kiss died twenty years ago today (Nov. 24) after a brave battle with heart cancer. Carr replaced original drummer Peter Criss just prior to the sessions for the band’s 1981 album ‘Music from the Elder,’ and remained with the group until he passed away ten years later.
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