In his first interview in years, Eddie Van Halen discloses that his cancer returned twice last year, that he’s emerged victorious in his battle with alcohol, and that his son Wolfgang reminds him of his own father.
Motley Crue‘s Nikki Sixx and Slash each received awards for their skills with stringed musical instruments on the Revolver Golden Gods awards last night (April 11). Slash was declared ‘Riff Lord’ and Sixx won the Paul Gray Best Bassist honor.
As we reported a couple of days ago, Black Sabbath has indeed been confirmed as one of the headliner’s for this year’s Lollapalooza festival in Chicago, Ill. The three-day event runs from Aug. 3 to 5; it has not been announced which night Sabbath will perform.
The words of Journey‘s classic 1981 anthem ‘Don’t Stop Believin” have been given new life thanks to a highly entertaining video that features Steve Perry’s lyrics re-interpreted via the clever (and no doubt extremely time-consuming) editing together of dozens of iconic movie scenes.
Dee Snider of Twisted Sister heard the dreaded words “you’re fired” from ‘Celebrity Apprentice‘ boss Donald Trump last night, but only after raising $325,000 for the March of Dimes by winning a challenge earlier in the evening.
Stevie Nicks brought her magical, mystical powers to NBC‘s ‘Up All Night’ last evening (March 29), appearing as a much-sought after guest on the fictional talk show where lead characters Reagan (Christina Applegate) and Ava (Maya Rudolph) work on the popular sitcom.
Last we heard from Bret Michaels, he was chasing rock’s original gypsy, Stevie Nicks, for a guest spot on his upcoming solo record, ‘Get Your Rock On,’ tentatively due this summer. While he may not have scored Stevie for the album (yet?), he has already lined up a veritable who’s who of…well, of people who make music, spanning the gamut from fellow rock veterans Joe Perry of Aerosmith and Ace Frehley of KISS to country icon Loretta Lynn and chief parrothead Jimmy Buffett.
Van Halen has issued the third in their videotaped series of self-interviews, and this episode finds the three current and original members of the group joking and laughing about their early days as well as their ill-fated attempts to accurately cover hit dance songs of the era.
Motley Crue bassist Nikki Sixx has revealed that the band’s upcoming new single will be called ‘Sex,’ and that the stripped-down sound of the track harkens back to the band’s (fantastic) 1981 debut album ‘Too Fast for Love.’
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