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Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich did not offer fans much cheer when asked by a Los Angeles radio station at the Rock In Rio USA festival last weekend when the band's new album would be coming out. Ulrich replied, "Compared to the age of the earth and the age of man populating this...
Steven Tyler debuts his solo country single, called "Love Is Your Name," during tonight's (Wednesday, May 13th) season finale of American Idol. The Aerosmith frontman has been teasing the song for weeks now on Twitter. Steven recently moved to Nashville and signed with Dot...
Phil Collins has signed a worldwide catalog deal with Warner Music Group, which will bring his solo catalog under the same imprint across the globe. The team-up has spurred a massive catalog campaign, which will feature newly remastered “Deluxe Editions” of all eight of Collins...
Stephen Stills has announced a 20-date solo tour. Pollstar.com reported the trek will feature Stills opening the show playing a solo acoustic set followed by a full electric set including Crosby, Stills, & Nash sidemen Kevin McCormick on bass, Todd Caldwell on organ, along...
Following his extensive European tour being launched later this month, Jackson Browne will head back to the U.S. for an extended string of 43 dates. Joining Browne and his band as the support act on most of the shows will be longtime Levon Helm Band members, husband wife team...
It was 45 years ago today (May 13th, 1970), that the Beatles' final movie, Let It Be, received its U.S. premiere, in New York City theaters. The film, which was shot in January 1969, was originally intended to be a TV special called Get Back featuring the group rehearsing for...
Fresh off this past weekend's performance at the inaugural U.S. version of Rock In Rio in Las Vegas, Metallica has announced that it will perform at the 2015 X-Games, set to take place between June 4th and 7th in Austin, Texas. Metallica will headline on June 6th. Other artists...
Photographer Kirk Weddle has released a series of photos he took of Nirvana on October 28th, 1991, in which he persuaded the trio to pose in a swimming pool in a parody of the naked-baby-in-a-pool cover of their just-released album Nevermind, which he also shot. Weddle recalled...
Prior to the Who’s concert last night (May 11th) at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena, Roger Daltrey met with the press to announce the partnership with the city’s Vanderbilt Hospitals and the band's patron charity, Teen Cancer America. Daltrey has been diligently working to bring...