Rush To Receive ‘Golden Gods’ Lifetime Achievement Award
With a new album on the way, the career of Rush is far from stagnant. But they’ll get saluted with an award for their achievements to date at the fourth annual Revolver Golden Gods Awards on April 11.
The Doobie Brothers and Chicago Announce Summer 2012 Tour
The Doobie Brothers will celebrate their 40th anniversary as a group by teaming up with Chicago for a summer concert tour that will feature an evening full of hits from both bands and their legendary catalogs.
Todd Rundgren To Play Special Symphonic Shows
The ever-evolving Todd Rundgren will show off his orchestral side with a pair of symphony shows in June.
Foreigner Guitarist Mick Jones Recovering From Surgery
Veteran Foreigner founder/guitarist Mick Jones is recovering from heart surgery, following illness that had caused him to miss a number of recent Foreigner shows.
Yes Bassist Chris Squire: ‘We Will Work Together In The Future’ With Jon Anderson
With lineup shuffles, the past and present roster of Yes numbers 18 members in total, the latest addition being newly recruited lead vocalist Jon Davison. Founding bassist and vocalist Chris Squire chalks it up to the group being like any other family – things happen and people come and people go.
Joe Walsh Previews New Music, Jams With Jeff Lynne And Ringo Starr During Private L.A. Performance
After previewing a bit of new music during his solo tour this past fall, Eagles guitarist Joe Walsh turned it up several notches during a private performance at the Troubadour in Los Angeles last week.
New Aerosmith Album ‘May Take You Back To Places You Used To Know’
Now that Aerosmith have finally gotten down to the business the music do the talking on their long awaited new album, it’s sounding more and more like it has the legs to be a future classic. Additionally, it’s possible that ‘Smith vocalist Steven Tyler might draw on a surprising collaborator for some lyrical assistance.
Survivor Sues Newt Gingrich For Using ‘Eye of the Tiger’ Without Permission
After recently reuniting with lead singer Jimi Jamison, a member of Survivor has now gone to court to protect one of the group’s best known songs, ‘Eye of the Tiger,’ from being used by Presidential hopeful Newt Gingrich.
Guns N’ Roses Plan ‘Big Stuff’ for the Future, Says Tommy Stinson
Having recently wrapped up a triumphant return to U.S. soil with a slew of arena dates, Guns N’ Roses bassist Tommy Stinson says that the band’s forthcoming activity will find them engaging in “big stuff” that will be exciting for GN’R fans.
The Eagles’ Joe Walsh Firming Up Release Plans For New Solo Album
Now that Joe Walsh has officially wrapped up ‘Analog Man,’ his first album of new solo material in 20 years, he’s planning to release it in May or June.
The Allman Brothers Band Announce Annual 2012 Beacon Theater Run
The year 2012 will be a big one for the Allman Brothers Band in more ways than just one. They’ll be honored at the Grammy Awards with a Lifetime Achievement Award and ramping up to that, the band has declared 2012 ‘The Year Of The Peach’ and announced their annual New York slate of dates at the Beacon Theater beginning March 9.
Kiss Mini-Golf Course To Open In Las Vegas
Gene Simmons always seems to get the last word and now he’s getting the last hole – on the very first Kiss-branded mini-golf course, which is scheduled to open March 2012 in Las Vegas.