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Graham Nash has just announced a six-show Florida run in January, in what is being billed as "An Evening With Graham Nash." The concerts will feature Nash playing his greatest and most beloved songs -- and knowing him some new material as well -- as he taps into his Hollies and...
Creed frontman Scott Stapp is reported to have missed a court hearing that was being held to determine the state of his mental health. According to Gossip Extra, an attempt was made to serve the 41-year-old singer with a summons to determine if he needed to be held in a...
U2 sold out nearly every show on its recently announced Innocence And Experience world tour when tickets went on sale Monday (December 8th), with Billboard reporting that approximately 660,000 tickets were sold for a total of 44 shows. That has led the Irish act to add several...
Seether has announced the details of the third Rise Above Fest, which will take place on Saturday, May 9th, 2015 at Darling's Waterfront Pavilion in Bangor, Maine. Joining Seether at the event will be Godsmack, Slash featuring Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators, Papa Roach,...
John Fogerty has issued a statement regarding the current lawsuit against him by his former Creedence Clearwater Revival bandmates Stu Cook and Doug Clifford, as well as his estranged sister-in-law, Patricia Fogerty -- the widow of the late Tom Fogerty. The three have filed suit...
Eric Clapton surprised patrons at Macgochans restaurant and bar in Tobermory recently. Clapton visited the establishment with his family in two and decided to hop on stage during the bar's open mic night after hearing someone take on his hit, "Wonderful Tonight." Neil Morrison,...
Kiss bassist Gene Simmons' 22-year-old daughter Sophie Tweed-Simmons has launched her own clothing line with the premiere of a New Year's Eve collection. Tweed-Simmons discussed the line on Good Morning America, where she proclaimed that the line is meant for women of all sizes...
AC/DC singer Brian Johnson told ABC Australia that he wasn't sure if the band would continue without founding guitarist Malcolm Young. Johnson explained that he knew the decision would be made by guitarist Angus Young alone, saying, "To me it was always up to Angus. He’s one of...
As the Who's 50th anniversary tour starts to gain traction, Pete Townshend spoke candidly about his modern day relationship with surviving Who co-founder Roger Daltrey. The pair, who first met in middle school, spent a large portion of the band's career often battling each other...