Rush Ask Judge to Help Stamp Out Bootleg Merchandise
The members of Rush may choose free will, but they expect to get paid fair market value for their concert souvenirs. The Canadian progressive rockers have asked a judge in Pittsburgh to direct federal marshals to help crack down on unlicensed merchandise at their upcoming concerts.
Buddy Miles Sings ‘Them Changes’ With Jimi Hendrix – Video of the Week
Drummer and singer Buddy Miles didn’t have a long career with Jimi Hendrix, but rock fans are fortunate that some video survives of his brief tenure in the Band of Gypsys.
Vince Neil and Gene Simmons Help Make Wishes Come True for Sick Children
a Motley Crue singer Vince Neil and Kiss bassist and entrepreneur Gene Simmons put their money where there their mouths were the night before a recent Kiss/Motley Crue tour date in Oklahoma. The big-hearted rockers teamed with Jim Glover Chevrolet and Make-A-Wish Oklahoma for an event to raise money and awareness for Make-A-Wish, which helps grant wishes for children who are struggling to overcome
Extended Stay America Commercial – What’s the Song?
When Twisted Sister released their teen rebellion anthem ‘We’re Not Gonna Take It’ in 1984, they probably didn’t anticipate that one day it would be part of a promotional campaign for a motel. The rockers have re-recorded the career-defining track for a new commercial by Extended Stay America.
Geoff Tate Recruits Sarzo, Blotzer for New Queensryche Lineup
The latest episode of the ongoing Queensryche soap opera could be titled ‘A Tale of Two Queensryches.’ Singer Geoff Tate has announced the musicians he’s chosen for an entirely new lineup of the group that he is launching, while his former band mates also continue to use the name.
Comprehensive Led Zeppelin Oral History Coming in November
Led Zeppelin have been the subject of a number of books, from the titillating ‘Hammer of the Gods’ to some serious literary efforts. But a new book titled ‘Led Zeppelin: The Oral History of the World’s Greatest Rock Band’ promises a new slant on the history and music of the mighty British rock ensemble.
Metallica’s James Hetfield Says Some Bands Need to Die
Metallica front man James Hetfield has never been one to mince words, and in a new interview with Artisan News Service, he says there are too many bands in the contemporary marketplace. The guitarist then suggests natural selection as an obvious way of leveling the playing field.
Watch Whitesnake Singer David Coverdale Get Interviewed by His Granddaughter
It’s not often fans get to see the softer side of David Coverdale. The high-octane vocalist and front man of Whitesnake spends a lot more time belting out metal classics like ‘Still of the Night’ than he does talking about kittens and rainbows. But in an interesting new video clip, the rock legend is interviewed by his granddaughter, revealing that his famous shaggy blonde mane hides a gentle fami
Alice Cooper Offers Preview Video for Halloween Haunted House
It looks like pioneering shock rocker Alice Cooper is headed back to hell. Universal Studios Hollywood is set to present a Halloween haunted house this year called ‘Alice Cooper Goes to Hell,’ named for Cooper’s 1976 album.
‘Sammy Hagar Day’ Coming to California Town
Sammy Hagar is one popular guy in the city of Roseville, Calif. The irrepressible rocker has made such an outstanding contribution to Roseville that the town has decided to honor him by declaring Sept. 15, 2012 Sammy Hagar Day.
Chickenfoot to Re-Release Debut Album with Live Bonus Tracks
Hard rock supergroup Chickenfoot will re-release their 2009 debut album in October as a double disc set featuring live bonus tracks.
Iggy Pop Limited Edition Bobblehead Now Available for Pre-Order
In the inevitable juxtaposition of punk rock and toy collectibles, Drastic Plastic Collectibles have teamed up with Impact Merchandising to announce the release of a new Iggy Pop bobblehead.