New Queensryche Drummer Bobby Blotzer Says Ratt Bandmates ‘Fed False Info to Fans’
In the latest development of “As The Ratt Turns,” drummer Bobby Blotzer is lashing out at his bandmates, saying that they “fed false info to fans” regarding the current state of the group.
Aerosmith’s Joe Perry to Chronicle His Journey ‘to Find Rock and Roll’ With New Autobiography
Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry is all too aware that every syllable which leaves his lips is fair game to ignite potential controversy. He aims to bring many topics into very clear focus with his forthcoming autobiography that’s currently in the works.
Rush Ponder the Death of the Album ‘and Everything it Represented’
The recent ‘Clockwork Angels’ release is proof that Rush are still a fan of the album format, but guitarist Alex Lifeson is coming to terms with the idea that the days of the long player may be numbered.
Styx, REO Speedwagon + Ted Nugent Bring High Octane ‘Midwest Rock ‘N Roll Express’ to Ohio
The roar of the crowd was surprisingly deafening on Saturday evening when Styx frontman Tommy Shaw asked how many in attendance were seeing the group for the first time. It was a moment which provided proof positive that classic rock continues to cross over into new generations.
Lynyrd Skynyrd’s Gary Rossington On Their New Album And Bassist
Southern rock godfathers Lynyrd Skynyrd have released seven albums together since reuniting in 1987, a decade after the tragic plane crash which claimed the lives of three band members, including original vocalist and primary lyricist Ronnie Van Zant.
Gregg Allman Says He Hit a Personal Crossroads During the 1995 Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Induction
With the annual Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremonies happening this weekend, it seemed like a good time to share the following story from Gregg Allman, who remembers the personally murky events surrounding the induction of the Allman Brothers Band in his forthcoming book ‘My Cross To Bear.’
Rush Reveal ‘Clockwork Angels’ Release Date, Tracklist and Cover Art
Rush have revealed the track list, cover art and a release date for ‘Clockwork Angels,’ their long awaited new studio album, which is finally slated to arrive in virtual and actual record stores on June 12.
Van Halen’s 50 Greatest Songs Ranked by Guitar World
While Van Halen is currently on the road promoting ‘A Different Kind of Truth,’ their long-awaited reunion album with David Lee Roth, the band’s namesake and chief riffologist Eddie Van Halen has been strangely absent on the interview front and hasn’t done any of the expected national press.
Sting Schedules 2012 Summer Tour Dates
2011 found Sting in a retrospective mood, celebrating both his 60th birthday and 25 years as a solo artist. Early indications are that he will continue to follow that same path this year with summer tour dates spotlighting hits from his solo career and the Police.
Aerosmith Reportedly Confirm First Summer 2012 Tour Date
The ongoing sessions for a new album and the occasional dramatic moment won’t keep Aerosmith away from their natural habitat – the concert stage. The legendary Boston rockers have reportedly confirmed their first North American tour date for 2012.
Previously Unseen Grateful Dead Concert Headed for Movie Screens
Scheduling another opportunity for fans of the Grateful Dead to congregate nationally, the legendary San Francisco group will reach deep into the vaults to screen a previously unreleased concert performance for the first time ever.
Dennis DeYoung Says He Would Reunite With Styx
He was a big part of helping to build their success story, and although Dennis DeYoung has been out of Styx for more than a decade, he says that if the opportunity were to present itself, he’d be game to return to the band.