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Former AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd will tour Europe in the spring to support his 2014 album, Head Job. He has released a video for the title track, which shows off his helicopter and Ferrari. Watch the video below! Red Hot Chili Peppers have released a music video for "Sick Love,"...
Journey has just announced its initial tour dates for the New Year. Journey, who already had a trio of Hawaiian dates on the books for February, will now kick off a 12-city jaunt covering the Pacific North West and Midwest in March and April before playing a nine-date Las Vegas...
Who fans aren't the only ones trying wrap their heads around what the rock opera Tommy will sound like acoustically -- the band is wondering the same thing themselves! On March 30th and April 1st, 2017, the Who will celebrate the 100th show performed for Teenage Cancer Trust at...
Metallica frontman James Hetfield was asked in a new interview with Canoe.com how touring has changed for him in the 14 years since he got sober in 2002. Hetfield, a father of three teenagers who has been married for almost 20 years, responded, "It’s not a tour of bars and strip...
Stevie Nicks has just added a further 19-tour dates to her ongoing trek with the Pretenders, stretching the tour through next April. Nicks and the Pretenders will wrap up their 2016 shows on December 18th at L.A.'s Forum -- before launching the newly added leg on February 23rd...
It was 47 years ago today (December 6th, 1969) that the Rolling Stones held their ill-fated free concert at the Altamont Speedway in Livermore, California. The bill, which also included Santana, the Jefferson Airplane, the Flying Burrito Brothers, and Crosby, Stills, Nash &...
Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich , who is a liberal politically, was asked in a brand new interview with Vulture if he ever discusses politics with frontman James Hetfield , who has described himself as being somewhat conservative. Ulrich replied, "I swear to you, I talk to James...
The Police are being wooed by the organizers of Indio, California's "Desert Trip" festival, according to a report by Britain's The Mirror . Last October's inaugural two weekend bash featured such legends as the Rolling Stones, the Who, Paul McCartney, Bob Dylan, Roger Waters,...
Although they've been coy with the press about their upcoming touring plans, a source close to The Rolling Stones revealed that a string of stadium dates is in the cards for 2017. The band, who just released the critically acclaimed blues covers collection, Blue & Lonesome,...