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Slash vented his feelings about today's generation of musicians in a new interview with Irish outlet The Independent, saying, "You know what’s wrong with the whole f***in’ entertainment business? Kids these days just want to grab a bunch of cash, do as little work, with as...
As expected, Queen & Adam Lambert are heading to Europe in the new year, playing a total of 21 arena shows in January and February. The tour kicks off January 13th in Newcastle, England and wraps on February 19th in Zurich, Switzerland. Along the way, the band will take in...
Three Days Grace has released a new song called "I Am Machine," accompanied by a lyric video. The track is the second new track issued this year by the Canadian act, following the chart-topping "Painkiller" earlier this year. Both songs are expected to appear on the group's...
Stevie Nicks says that the return of Christine McVie has brought both strength and comedy back to Fleetwood Mac. McVie, who quit the group after its 1998 appearance at the Grammy Awards is back with the band, who opens up the first leg of a world tour tonight (September 30th) in...
Paul McCartney kicked off the latest leg of his “Out There” tour on Sunday night (September 28th) at San Diego’s Petco Park. The show, which featured a standard setlist for the tour, featured McCartney alternating between bass, guitar, piano, ukulele, and acoustic guitar for a...
A report by the Sydney Morning Herald has stated that AC/DC guitarist Malcolm Young has dementia and is being treated in a nursing home in Sydney, Australia. The facility is believed to be Lulworth House in Elizabeth Bay. A Young family connection told the newspaper, "If you...
A new studio album from the Who is in the planning for 2015 according to Roger Daltrey. Daltrey world premiered the band’s new song, the Pete Townshend original, “Be Lucky,” on The Chris Evans Breakfast Show broadcast on England’s BBC Radio 2 and told fans that a full studio set...
Following Billy Joel's lead in recording a doo wop classic for Tonight Show viewers -- Robert Plant played along with Jimmy Fallon's use of iPad Loopy app to build a multitrack version of the pair singing Gene Chandler's "Duke Of Earl" on Friday night (September 26th). Plant,...
Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi has posted photos online from his first day on the job as a teacher at Coventry University in the U.K. Iommi began his stint as a professor of music last Wednesday (September 24th) and posted pictures of a class session as well as an autograph...