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Greg Lake died Wednesday (December 7, 2016) from cancer at age 69. The announcement was made this morning to give his family time to notify other family members and close friends. Lake is the second member of Emerson, Lake and Palmer to die this year, following the suicide of...
Metallica frontman James Hetfield says that the band is frustrated with the current state of ticket scalping -- or the more legitimate "secondary market" sales -- and would like to see more action taken to curb it. Speaking with CTV News, Hetfield remarked, "There’s always going...
Sixx:A.M. and Mötley Crüe bassist Nikki Sixx gave an update in an interview on the satellite radio show Debatable about the status of The Dirt, the long-in-development movie based on the Crüe biography The Dirt: Confessions of the World's Most Notorious Rock Band. Sixx said that...
In commemoration of the 20th anniversary of his death, the first of INXS' frontman Michael Hutchence's final songs will be released next month. The first song to be released, titled, "Temptation," will be previewed at listening parties in Los Angeles and Sydney just prior to...
Today (December 8th) marks the 36th anniversary of John Lennon's death. As is the custom every year, several hundred fans are expected to stand vigil for Lennon across the street from the Dakota building in Central Park's Strawberry Fields. The triangular patch of land was...
Journey continues to lead the fan ballot for the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame . The latest tabulations show the "Don't Stop Believin'" band on top with 229,523 votes. ELO is second (with 195,940), with Yes , Pearl Jam , and The Cars rounding out the Top 5. "Detroit Rock City,"...
David Bowie, Bob Dylan, Paul McCartney, Peter Gabriel, Iggy Pop, Metallica, Patti Smith, and Frank Zappa are among the rock artists who are nominees for The 59th Annual Grammy Awards. The noms were unveiled on Tuesday morning (December 6th), with David Bowie's final album,...
East Coast fans are raving about the new Rolling Stones exhibit, titled Exhibitionism, which chronicles all aspects of the band's 50-plus year career. The multimedia retrospective, which is up and running in the West Village at Industria Superstudio, features over 500 of the...
Red Hot Chili Peppers frontman Anthony Kiedis revealed in a new interview with RTBF that he does not see himself or the band retiring anytime soon, saying, "We might always (be) writing music, writing songs, I can’t imagine that going away. I want to write a song today, tomorrow...