A world full of daydream believers is mourning the death of the Monkees' Davy Jones today (Feb. 29). As soon as news of his heart attack and passing at age 66 hit the internet, Jones' musical peers and fans took to Twitter to express their love for the '60s pop-rock star. Slash, Dee Snider and the Who were among the musicians paying their respects and remembering their interactions with Jones. Modern day renaissance man Chris Jericho also offered some interesting 'Star Trek' based trivia about the singer, and comedian Patton Oswalt offered a hopeful if joking plan to keep more than his spirit alive. You can see all of their messages below:
The Beach Boys, complete with their long-absent resident songwriting genius Brian Wilson, reunited on the stage of the 2012 Grammy Awards to perform their majestic single ‘Good Vibrations’ following tributes by some of today’s biggest indie and pop music stars.
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.
Bruce Springsteen has announced on his official website that he and the E Street Band will be embarking on a 2012 world tour in support of a brand new album, ending months of feverish speculation by his fans.
Van Halen‘s ‘Hot for Teacher’ will be performed by the cast of ‘Glee‘ tomorrow night (Nov. 15), in yet another shocking and appalling example of popular television-on-classic rock crime. The song originally appeared on the band’s ’1984′ album, their last (so far) to feature original lead singer David Lee Roth.
Pink Floyd guitarist David Gilmour recounts the “difficult” and “painful” beginnings of the studio sessions for the band’s 1975 album ‘Wish You Were Here’ in a new interview promoting the upcoming expanded two-disc and box set reissues of that classic record.
Joe Walsh is certainly planning on being a busy man in the near future, so it’s a good thing we got to talk to him now about his upcoming album ‘Analog Man.’ The guitarist has just hit the road for a solo tour in advance of the planned February 2012 arrival date of the new record, which found him recording his own music digitally for the first time.
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