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Metallica is the subject of a new comic book biography called Orbit: Metallica. Published by StormFront Media , formerly Bluewater Productions, the book chronicles the formation and early history of the group and joins the company's line of biographical comics that also includes...
Foo Fighters main man Dave Grohl told Q magazine that he is doing his own physical therapy for his broken leg along with what the doctors ordered. Grohl said, "Ever since I started playing the drums my right calf muscle has been twice the size of my left from stomping the hell...
Peter Frampton’s first-ever acoustic tour is shaping up to be among the highlights of the upcoming fall season, with the Grammy Award-winning guitarist adding six new stops to the trek. Frampton, who has been re-recording some of his classic material in an acoustic setting, is...
Billy Joel recalled going to 1969's legendary Woodstock festival and promptly splitting. Billy told EW.com, “I went to Woodstock. I didn’t play there, but I went up on a motorcycle, which was a good move because the highway was just a parking lot. I wanted to see (Jimi) Hendrix...
Keith Richards is still getting high. The legendary Rolling Stones guitarist, who gave up heroin following his 1977 drug bust and -- reportedly -- said goodbye to cocaine nearly a decade ago, told Mojo magazine, that most days he’s still imbibing in the "demon weed," admitting...
Coming on October 8th is an officially sanctioned career-spanning book on the Who, titled The Who: The Official History. The tome, which is authored by Ben Marshall, is being released in conjunction with the Who’s upcoming fall dates and described on the Random House website as...
The video for Steven Tyler's new country song, “Love Is Your Name,” has been watched seven-million times on Vevo. In addition, the song has been streamed 1.9-million times and the video has been streamed just under 4.6-million times. Sales? According to Nielsen Music, 73,000...
Joe Walsh has announced a 15-city solo fall tour. Walsh, who’s been wrapped up with Eagles duties over the past couple of years, will be hitting theater-sized venues backed by a band featuring longtime collaborator and Barnstorm member, keyboardist and drummer Joe Vitale...
Stephen Stills is the fourth and final member of Crosby, Stills, Nash, & Young to publish his memoirs. Although he had previously stated that he wouldn't read Graham Nash's 2013 autobiography, Wild Tales: A Rock & Roll Life, according to his recent chat with The Austin...