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Adam Lambert got into a frontman battle with James Corden on The Late Late Show last week over who could be a better singer for Queen . The musical comedy bit saw Lambert and Corden trading off singing such Queen classics as "Don’t Stop Me Now,” “Crazy Little Thing Called Love”...
Metallica was forced to play a shortened show on Friday night (February 3rd) at the Royal Arena in Copenhagen, Denmark, and cancel a second on Sunday (February 5th) after frontman James Hetfield became ill and was placed on strict vocal rest. A statement issued by the band read...
George Thorogood & The Destroyers will be back on the road by month's end with their first 16 shows of the year now on the books. Thorogood and the band, who'll be releasing a new studio set this year, kick their "Rock Party Tour" off on February 28th at Tucson, Arizona's...
A new, officially sanctioned documentary, titled Eric Clapton: A Life In 12 Bars, is currently in the works. The film is being directed by Lili Fini Zanuck, the Oscar-winning producer of Driving Miss Daisy. Zanuck told Variety, "Clapton’s music is the foundation of our film. His...
The Who will once again be busy on the road this year according to PeteTownsnend.net . During an appearance on BBC Radio, the band's longtime manger Bill Curbishley said that in addition to the already-billed string of Royal Albert Hall gigs for the Teenage Cancer Trust, he's...
Black Sabbath finished its year-long "The End" farewell tour on Saturday night (February 4th) in the band's hometown of Birmingham, England, closing out the quartet's groundbreaking 49-year career with an emotional 15-song set. Singer Ozzy Osbourne told the BBC shortly before...
Styx is being sued by a female fan who allegedly was hit by one of the drumsticks drummer Todd Sucherman tossed into the crowd. The suit alleges that plaintiff Lori Frederick was struck in the face during a June 2015 Atlanta concert and "suffered bodily scarring from injuries"...
Black Sabbath will bring their final tour, The End, to an end in their hometown of Birmingham, England on Saturday. Ozzy Osbourne on whether he ever thought Black Sabbath would last so long: “I can’t believe that it’s survived as long as it has. I remember thinking, ‘Oh, this...
It was 40 years ago Saturday (February 4th, 1977) that Fleetwood Mac released their masterpiece, Rumours. To date, the album, which spent 31 non-consecutive weeks on top of the Billboard 200 albums chart, has sold over 40 million copies globally. According to the RIAA's December...