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It was 24 years ago today that Axl Rose caused a riot to break out during a Guns N' Roses gig after leaping into the crowd to remove a camera from a fan at Riverport Amphitheatre in Maryland Heights, MO. In total, over 50 people were injured and 15 fans were arrested. The...
The Rolling Stones have announced Exhibitionism, the band’s first ever major exhibition, which will run from April to September 2016 at London’s prestigious Saatchi Gallery. The press release stated “as well as over 500 Rolling Stones important and unseen artifacts from the band...
Robert Plant gets the chance to flaunt his comedic wares in the upcoming British comedy, Doreen: The Movie. Noise 11 reported that the former Led Zeppelin frontman plays a suburban door-to-door handyman offering up services to re-tar a prospective customers’ driveway. Plant’s...
Although the individual members of Crosby, Stills, & Nash are spending varying parts of the summer performing solo acoustic shows, before reconvening in September Graham Nash is still eager for Neil Young to join the fray sometime soon. Nash’s 30-date acoustic tour kicks off...
Slash discusses his love of horror movies in a new video posted online by Fandango Movieclips. The latest episode of the ongoing Fandango series, "I Love Movies," features the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame guitarist describing how films like The Exorcist shaped his life as both a...
Breaking Benjamin has landed the first Number One album of the band's career on the Billboard 200 chart, with its new effort Dark Before Dawn selling 141,000 copies to enter at the top of the survey. The sales number is also the best single-week sales mark of the band's career,...
AC/DC has at long last made its iconic back catalog available via streaming. According to Consequence Of Sound, all 16 of the band's studio albums as well as its numerous live sets are either accessible now or will soon be available on Spotify, Rdio, Rhapsody, and of course...
It looks as though things just got a whole lot worse for Journey drummer Deen Castronovo, who was charged by a grand jury yesterday (June 30th) with first-degree rape, second-degree sexual abuse, and fourth-degree assault, according to Ultimate Classic Rock. Castronovo was...
Bon Jovi gave permission to the latest GOP presidential contender, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, to use their songs yesterday (June 30th) while announcing his campaign in Livingston, New Jersey. Billboard reported that despite the use of the songs, the night before, Jon Bon...