Aerosmith have announced that they have pushed back the release of their new record from August to November. No official explanation has been given for the delay in releasing ‘Music From Another Dimension.’
It was a meeting of the musical minds at Book Expo America yesterday (June 6) in New York City. A sold-out crowd of approximately 1,100 people were fortunate enough to watch punk-rock icon Patti Smith interview legendary rocker Neil Young. The duo engaged in an in-depth discussion about music and the impact that technology has had upon making music.
The relationship between film maker Jonathan Demme and legendary singer-songwriter Neil Young is a close one. The pair recently sat for a joint interview, discussing many topics, including Young’s unusual way of making sure his records sound good.
Few people are likely to argue that the ’70s and ’80s were a time of excess if you were a part of a band on tour. And though we are confident that excess still exists in various forms today, any hi-jinx that bands get up to these days probably pale in comparison to what Ted Cohen has seen courtesy of Van Halen.
Approximately one week ago, Gregg Allman was forced to postpone his book tour in support of ‘My Cross To Bear‘ (released this past Tuesday) due to cardiac testing the rocker was undergoing at Florida’s Mayo Clinic. The clinic was looking to determine if additional care was going to be required for Allman relating to surgery he had recently undergone for a hernia.
Starting today, comedy-rock band Tenacious D are streaming their upcoming record ‘Rize of the Fenix’ on their website. With a release date of May 14 in Europe and May 15 in North America, the duo’s new record marks their first release since 2006′s ‘The Pick of Destiny.’ Which, as they’ll gleefully tell you, was a bomb, or rather, “a stinky pile of cheese.” No such worries on this collection, from what we’ve heard.
The one and only Bruce Springsteen announced a new run of ten concerts earlier today including a three-night stand at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. Cities that will be greeting the Boss include Boston, Philadelphia and Chicago while Springsteen will also venture north to Canada for shows in Toronto and Moncton. A complete list of tour dates is below.
Although it has essentially been confirmed that legendary rock band the Rolling Stones will not be hitting the road in 2012, Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood recently confirmed that the group is slated to meet in the recording studio later this month to “throw some ideas around” and are looking to simply “get the feel again”...
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