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AC/DC singer Brian Johnson has recently lent his support to a little-known charity called the Sporting Memories Network, which deals with people suffering from dementia. According to the Northern Echo, Johnson called the organization on his own and offered his encouragement and...
Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich joined his father, 86-year-old Danish musician, filmmaker and former tennis pro Torben Ulrich, on stage this past Sunday (October 26th) at a venue in Copenhagen, Denmark for an improvised set of experimental music as part of this year's Wundergrund...
Alice In Chains has teamed with BitTorrent Bundle for the premiere of the new music video for "Phantom Limb," the fourth single from the band's 2013 CD, The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here. The clip was directed by Robert "Roboshobo" Schober, who also helmed the videos for the disc's...
Soundgarden will release its long-awaited collection of rarities and non-album tracks on November 24th, titled Echo Of Miles: Scattered Tracks Across The Path. The three-disc set will contain seven never-before-released songs, including the newly recorded track "Storm," along...
Out today (October 28th) is the second set of deluxe Led Zeppelin reissues. The Jimmy Page-remastered editions of 1971’s Led Zeppelin IV and 1973’s Houses Of The Holy both feature previously unreleased audio content in a variety of packages -- including a limited edition “Super...
The Rolling Stones are back on the road playing their nine-date Down Under leg. The band was forced to postpone the shows back in March following the suicide of Mick Jagger's longtime squeeze, L'Wren Scott. The Stones kicked off the run on Saturday night (October 25th) in...
Out today, (October 28th) is the Who's new 42-track career-spanning double disc compilation, The Who Hits 50! Among the dozens of highlights on the collection are such staples as "Baba O'Riley," "Pinball Wizard," "5:15," "Who Are You," "Squeeze Box," "Behind Blue Eyes," "See Me...
With Soundgarden and Pearl Jam both on the bill at Neil Young's annual all-acoustic Bridge School Benefit this past weekend, a reunion of the two bands's one-off 1991 project Temple Of The Dog seemed almost inevitable. Well, that's just what happened on Saturday night (October...
Staind frontman Aaron Lewis botched the lyrics to the national anthem while performing the song during the opening ceremonies at Game Five of the World Series on Sunday night (October 26) at AT&T Park in San Francisco, California. Lewis, singing "The Star-Spangled Banner" on...