Bachman and Turner To Deliver New Live DVD
It appears Randy Bachman and Fred Turner are still “takin care of business.” The duo will release a brand new live DVD, ‘Bachman & Turner: Live At The Roseland Ballroom, NYC’ on June 26. The DVD will be preceded by the release of a companion CD. Th...
Alice Cooper Plans A Bloody Bonnaroo
Never one to mince words, Alice Cooper has a strict policy when it comes to a performance. “When we get up onstage,” he says, “my band has the instruction: kill the audience.” In other words, some nu-hippies are gonna get some blood on them during his Bonnaroo Festival performance next month.
The Rolling Stones Hit The Ten Million Fan Mark On Facebook
While it may not define eternal “satisfaction,” the Rolling Stones have hit a high mark when it comes to the world of Facebook. They recently hit the ten million “like” mark. To acknowledge the milestone, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood all got together to record a thank you message to their fans.
Paul McCartney Got By With A Little Help From His Friend…Donovan
Rock and roll legend, and recent Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame inductee, Donovan has been making himself available, chatting about his life, past and present. We conducted our own interrogation with him last month, and he’s still making the rounds. In a recent interview with Spinner.com, he spoke about his little contribution to a legendary Beatles’ song.
Ringo Starr Loses Personal Beatles Photo Collection
To paraphrase one of his more famous solo songs, “All he’s got is a photograph,” and now, Ringo Starr doesn’t even have quite as many of those anymore, having apparently lost some important Beatles photographs.
Queen Movie Close to Landing An A-List Director
The long gestating movie about Queen seems to be one step closer to reality, with reports suggesting that director Stephen Frears (‘Dangerous Liasons,’ ‘High Fidelity,’ ‘the Grifters,’ ‘The Queen’) is in the running to helm the project.
Beach Boys ‘Do It Again’ On ‘Late Night With Jimmy Fallon’
The 50th anniversary celebration of one of American music’s greatest treasures continues. The Beach Boys, who are in the middle of a big reunion tour, stopped by Late Night With Jimmy Fallon to perform three songs including their new single ‘That’s Why God Made The Radio.’
The Beatles’ ‘Yellow Submarine’ Hitting Theaters Nationwide
A restored and remastered edition of the animated Beatles film ‘Yellow Submarine’ will be making the rounds at movie houses around the country prior to its June 5 release on DVD and Blu-Ray. Beginning May 5, ‘Yellow Submarine’ will make its way across the country for brief, limited engagements.
Steven Tyler Hawks Chicken Strips in New Burger King Ad
Never one to shy away from publicity, Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler is shilling Burger King’s Crispy Chicken Strips in a commercial that sees Tyler working the drive-through, cavorting with customers and employees, playing a little harmonica, and basically taking over the joint.
Beatles 1964 Concert To Hit The Big Screen
The Beatles will soon be hitting the big screen once again. Recently restored footage of the group’s first full concert in the United States at the Washington Coliseum in Washington, D.C. will be shown in movie theaters next month. ‘The Beatles: The Lost Concert’ documents the band’s first full U...
Sweet Return With New Album ‘New York Connection’
Original Sweet guitarist Andy Scott has a new record ready to roll out, featuring interesting takes on songs by originally recorded by other artists, and furthermore, each mixed with elements of classic Sweet songs.
Levon Helm Dead at 71
Levon Helm, drummer and vocalist with the legendary rock group simply known as the Band, died today (April 19) at the age of 71 after a battle with cancer. His wife Sandy and daughter Amy posted the news of his imminent exit on his official website earlier this week.