Fans of Jethro Tull are looking forward to Ian Anderson bringing them up to date on the fate of Gerald Bostock, fictional star of the band’s seminal 1972 album ‘Thick as a Brick.’ Tull frontman and founder Anderson has not only updated the story but also put together a sequel album, ‘Thick as a Brick 2,’ and a concert tour which will include performances of both ‘Brick’ albums.
Frank Zappa fans can now pre-order a special four-disc set, ‘Carnegie Hall,’ featuring two full-length shows performed on one 1971 night at New York’s famous venue by Zappa and the Mothers of Invention. Billed as a “musical marathon,” the recordings are the first ever released of that night’s shows.
Jethro Tull‘s Martin Barre plans to take some of the group’s lesser-known music on the road with a band comprised partially of Tull alumni. The guitarist is in the final stages of assembling a group to tour next year.
Rolling Stones fans have an early holiday gift from the band, a video of their long-lost song ‘No Spare Parts.’ The track was recorded for the 1978 album ‘Some Girls’ but was shelved until earlier this fall, when it was released as part of the deluxe version of that album as one of 12 “lost” songs.
AC/DC‘s fans are definitely of all stripes and now we have proof that they’re also well represented in other, let’s just say, species, too. The latest remix — a dubstep version — of their classic song ‘You Shook Me All Night Long’ has shown up on YouTube and it’s a doozy. Check it out below!
Nikki Sixx isn’t all about sex, drugs and rock n’ roll. The Motley Crue bassist and Kerri Kasem, his co-host on his Premiere Radio Networks show ‘Sixx Sense,’ visited with wounded warriors last week at Fort Sam Houston in San Antonio, Texas.
Todd Rundgren fans will be out in Philadelphia this weekend hoping to break a world record as a way to pay tribute to Rundgren’s longtime keyboardist Mark “Moogy” Klingman, who recently died of cancer.
The fans will gather on Saturday at Philadelphia’s Upper Darby — site of the final tour date of
Bruce Springsteen just can’t stop loving other artists’ music. So who can be surprised that at yesterday’s Taylor Swift concert in Raleigh, N.C. (Nov. 17), he popped backstage to say hello and even strummed a song on the young country star’s guitar?
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