Mary Ouellette is a New England based music writer and concert photographer. She has spent the last five years as the owner and editor of TheyWillRockYou.com and is most accurately defined as “the girl at the rock show.” Capturing the best of musicians through photos and words is what drives her, whether it’s in the pit cameras in hand or sitting down backstage to interview the artists. ‘Almost Famous’ – it’s not just a movie. Check out her concert photography at SheWillShootYou.com. Passionate about: New England Sports, Butch Walker and Willy Wonka (That’s Wilder not Depp).
Def Leppard, Blue Oyster Cult, Thin Lizzy Stars Lined Up for New ‘That Metal Show’ Season
Good news - Season 12 of ‘That Metal Show’ has been confirmed and several classic rockers have made the short list for guest spots over the eight new episodes. The guests dropping by the TMS studio throughout the season run the gamut from classic rockers to brand new members of…
ZZ Top to Join Kid Rock on ‘$20 Best Night Ever’ Tour
Kid Rock is gearing up for a monster summer tour that includes low ticket prices, free parking, and a special appearance from his good friends in ZZ Top on many of the dates.
Iron Maiden Return to the US for ‘Maiden England’ 2013 Tour Run
Good news for fans that missed out on Iron Maiden last summer when they brought their Maiden England tour to North America for a few months -- they're coming back!
The Beatles Add ‘Let It Be . . . Naked’ to iTunes
The majority of the Beatles archive finally made its debut on iTunes back in November of 2010, but not without a few holes. Among the missing was ‘Let It Be…Naked,’ the no-frills remixed and remastered release that pays homage to their 1970 album ‘Let it Be.&CloseC…
Judas Priest Reveal Release Date For Live ‘Epitaph’ DVD
Just in case metal fans needed a reminder of precisely how long Judas Priest have been slaying the masses, the band is gearing up to release ‘Epitaph,’ a live retrospective of the past four decades of their massive recording career.
Journey Documentary Set To Open in U.S. Theaters This Friday
It’s hard to deny that Journey singer Arnel Pineda’s rise to success is a unique and moving story. The frontman was discovered by Journey guitarist Neal Schon, who caught a video of Pineda performing with his former cover band Zoo on YouTube, and the rest is as they s…
Tommy Lee No Longer Participating in Motley Crue Meet and Greets
Motley Crue’s Tommy Lee has always been one to walk to the beat of his own drum, sometimes quite literally, so this latest news should come as no surprise. Yesterday (March 3), Lee personally let his fans know that he’ll no longer be taking part in the meet-and-greet …
Original Kansas Lineup Set to Reunite
In 2013 Kansas will be chalking up a major milestone when they celebrate four decades as a band. In honor of the special event, the band has unveiled their 40th Anniversary Celebration and Fan Appreciation Concert scheduled for Aug. 17 at the Benedum Center for the Performing Arts in Pittsburgh…
Legendary Producer Phil Ramone In Critical Care After Aortic Aneurysm
Music producer Phil Ramone has been hospitalized in New York City after suffering an aortic aneurysm. Although the details of his condition are scarce at this time, Billboard reports that he is in critical care. Ramone is 72 years old.
Jimi Hendrix Featured On Official 2013 Record Store Day Poster
As the 6th annual Record Store Day approaches on April 20, lots of the unique musical treasures that will be made available to eager fans are starting to surface. The newest of the “must-have” offerings is the official poster for 2013, featuring a photo of Jimi Hendrix.
Bob Dylan Reveals New U.S. Spring Tour Dates
After the release of his thirty-fifth studio album ‘Tempest’ last September, Bob Dylan spent several months out on tour bringing his critically acclaimed live show to the masses. He must have enjoyed his time spent on the road because the icon has just revealed a handful of new…
Styx Sues Record Company Over Alleged Stolen Royalties
According to Styx, their record company has been less than honest with forking over their royalties for the past several years. In fact, the band alleges that the record company went as far as creating a “phony business model” just to avoid paying them – talk about …