Track Listing Revealed For Forthcoming Heart Box Set
The upcoming Heart box set ‘Strange Euphoria’ will deliver an embarrassment of riches for both hardcore fans and casual fans alike, thanks to the inclusion of a number of previously unreleased or hard to find tracks.
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 2012 Induction Ceremony Delivers Thrills
The inductions of Guns N’ Roses, Donovan, and the Faces were hardly the only highlights from what was a memorable evening of celebration at the 2012 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremonies. ZZ Top, John Mellencamp and several other big stars also made a big impact with their …
Gregg Allman Says He Hit a Personal Crossroads During the 1995 Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame …
With the annual Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremonies happening this weekend, it seemed like a good time to share the following story from Gregg Allman, who remembers the personally murky events surrounding the induction of the Allman Brothers Band in his forthcoming book ‘My Cross T…
Sting Schedules 2012 Summer Tour Dates
2011 found Sting in a retrospective mood, celebrating both his 60th birthday and 25 years as a solo artist. Early indications are that he will continue to follow that same path this year with summer tour dates spotlighting hits from his solo career and the Police.
Gregg Allman Plans To ‘Stay On The Funny Side’ With New Memoir
Next to Keith Richards, Gregg Allman is one name that comes to mind when you think of the well- weathered rock and roll cats who somehow managed to beat the odds even though it seems like they used up their allotted nine lives many times over.
Def Leppard Recalls Failed Attempt to Record ‘Hysteria’ with Meat Loaf’s Producer
In the ‘80s, Def Leppard had one of the most successful albums of the decade with their bombastic 1987 release ‘Hysteria,’ which featured a hefty seven hit singles that charted from the album. As the album marks its 25th anniversary, guitarist Phil Collen told Ultimate Classic Rock how ‘Hysteria’ fi…
Previously Unseen Grateful Dead Concert Headed for Movie Screens
Scheduling another opportunity for fans of the Grateful Dead to congregate nationally, the legendary San Francisco group will reach deep into the vaults to screen a previously unreleased concert performance for the first time ever.
Joe Walsh Resurrects The James Gang With New Recording Sessions
Joe Walsh is making good on previous threats and is currently holed up in a Cleveland-area recording studio working with his ‘70s James Gang bandmates on new recordings of their well-known classics.
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.
Heart Schedule Box Set Of Rarities And Hits For June Release
Showgoers at recent Heart concerts have been privy to the first details about ‘Strange Euphoria,’ the forthcoming box set from the group which is set for release on June 5, just in time for the band’s summer touring season.
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…