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Live played its first concert in eight years with founding singer Ed Kowalczyk on New Year's Eve (December 31st). The concert was invitation-only show and took place in the band's hometown of York, Pennsylvania. It was broadcast worldwide on Facebook Live. The hour-long set...
Don’t hold your breath for a proper Eagles reunion -- at least as The Eagles, anyway. During an interview with CBSNews.com , Timothy B. Schmit was asked if there’s any hope for an Eagles reunion. He said flat-out, “No. Certainly not as the Eagles.” Schmit, who played in The...
Los Angeles will honor The Doors with a special commemorative day on January 4th, 50 years after the band released its self-titled debut album. Los Angeles City Council member Mike Bonin will make the proclamation during a public celebration at the intersection of Pacific and...
Jamie Weiland, the widow of late Stone Temple Pilots frontman Scott Weiland, recently posted a tribute to her husband on Facebook in which she spoke about dealing with his loss during the past year. Jamie wrote, "Anguish. Longing and sobbing and disbelief that I have no way of...
Pearl Jam has given a donation of $70,000 to help a man with his medical costs some 15 years after the man himself actually rescued singer Eddie Vedder in a boating mishap. According to Consequence Of Sound, Vedder and five friends were sailing in Hawaii a decade and a half ago...
It was 37 years ago tonight (December 29th, 1979) that Paul McCartney & Wings gave their final live performance. McCartney, who had formed the band in 1971, had seen the group go through several incarnations -- running through three guitarists and four drummers in only seven...
While the future of AC/DC remains unclear at this point, one person is adamant that the band should continue: ex-drummer Phil Rudd. In an interview with the Rich Davenport Rock Show , Rudd was asked whether or not co-founder and sole original member Angus Young should keep AC/DC...
Is this truly the end for Aerosmith...or not? Although the band had previously announced a farewell tour of Europe, dubbed Aero-Verdici Baby, frontman Steven Tyler won't declare an end date for the group. He told Billboard, “The European tour is booked, locked and cocked and...
Metallica frontman James Hetfield told Revolver magazine in a new interview that the band wanted its new album Hardwired...To Self-Destruct to be more "palatable to the ear." Hetfield explained , "I wanted the new one to have a little more layers than (2008)'s Death Magnetic,...