Guns N’ Roses Will Not Perform Together at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, According to Sl…
While Slash admits that being voted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is “an honor,” he seems less excited about attending the event, and states emphatically that he will not be joining his former Guns N’ Roses bandmates for any type of reunion performan…
Kiss and Motley Crue Announce 2012 Summer Tour Dates
Kiss and Motley Crue will embark on a 40-city tour together, with each band playing 90-minute sets on their fully stocked and typically insane stage set-ups. The bands announced the trek, which, by the way, they’re calling simply “the Tour,” at a press con…
Kiss and Motley Crue Tour Poster Revealed
What appears to be poster artwork for the much-discussed but not technically officially announced co-headlining tour from Kiss and Motley Crue was posted on Motley Crue singer Vince Neil‘s official twitter page last night (March 19).
Dee Snider Steers Clear of Drama on ‘Celebrity Apprentice’
Dee Snider stepped behind the camera to direct a mop commercial that helped his team win this week’s challenge on ‘Celebrity Apprentice.’ Most importantly, he didn’t break his finger, get operated on or risk angering the ‘Incredible Hulk,&l…
Jimmy Page Announces ‘Lucifer Rising’ Album Release Date
Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page will release ‘Lucifer Rising and Other Sound Tracks’ on March 20 via his official website. The record features re-worked versions of unreleased songs intended for the 1972 film of the same name, as well as “avant-garde compositions and ex…
Kiss and Motley Crue to Join Forces for 2012 Summer Tour
Kiss and Motley Crue will team up for a formidable tour this summer, and based on what Crue singer Vince Neil is saying about the joint production, their respective road crews are going to have their hands full.
Metallica, Black Sabbath, Judas Priest Competing in ‘March Metal Madness’ Competition
32 of the most important metal bands in music history, including Metallica, Black Sabbath, Judas Priest and many more, are being thrust into NCAA-style competition against each other via Loudwire‘s March Metal Madness.
Doobie Brothers React to the Death of Michael Hossack
The Doobie Brothers have reacted to the death of their longtime drummer Michael Hossack with a series of heartfelt statements on their official website. Hossack passed away at his home in Wyoming Monday (March 12) after battling cancer for several years.
Charlie Sheen Offers Drunken Review of Guns N’ Roses Concert
Actor Charlie Sheen allegedly / apparently had a lot to drink at the Guns N’ Roses Palladium show in Los Angeles Friday night (March 9), and offered some enthusiastic if slurred thoughts afterwards.
Van Halen Unleash ‘Hang ‘Em High’ at Boston Concert
Van Halen performed ‘Hang ‘Em High’ live for the first time in years at their concert last night (March 11) in Boston, adding yet another deep album cut to their ever-expanding on-stage repertoire.
There Would Be No New Van Halen Tour or Album Without Wolfgang in the Band, Says Valerie B…
Since her ex-husband Eddie Van Halen so far isn’t doing any interviews in support of his band’s new album and tour, Valerie Bertinelli called into WRIF Detroit’s Drew and Mike show to talk about how the band, and specifically their son Wolfgang, is doi…
Bruce Springsteen’s ‘Wrecking Ball’ Rockets to the Top of the Charts
Bruce Springsteen‘s brand new album ‘Wrecking Ball‘ has jumped right to the No. 1 spot on the Amazon and iTunes sales charts on its first day of release.