It’s been over two decades since the Beach Boys worked together, but fans anticipating their new album won’t have to wait much longer. At the end of a promotional video for their new single ‘That’s Why God Made the Radio,’ the band announces that ‘The Beach Boys 50′ will be available on June 5.
In the great African safari of self-expression, Ted Nugent is the thick-skinned and audacious rhinoceros. The rocker, defender of gun rights and avid hunter fired a verbal muzzleloader at Democrats in Washington D.C. last weekend. His comments were specifically aimed at President Obama and his cabinet.
Cheap Trick will rock the nation’s capitol on this coming Sunday, April 22. The classic rockers are part of the entertainment for an Earth Day rally on the National Mall in Washington D.C., which according to the band’s website runs from 12PM to 7PM ET.
Kiss is hoping their new album ‘Monster’ does something none of their previous albums were able to do. No, they’re not hoping it gets them into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. According to Paul Stanley, they want a No. 1 record.
Longtime Bad Company frontman Paul Rodgers is excited for a stretch of European dates with his band, but not willing to commit to an extended tour. The singer says he’s “too long in the tooth” to live the road life again, which is part of the reason he left Queen after four years.
Fleetwood Mac guitarist Lindsay Buckingham has announced 15 tour dates across the west coast in support of his new ‘Seeds We Sow’ album. The run of dates will begin on May 3, and will be a one-man show.
The Allman Brothers Band closed a 10-night residency at the Beacon Theatre in New York City on Sunday night, and were forced to play parts of two of those shows without frontman and founder Gregg Allman. Allman walked off stage in pain on Saturday night and was taken to a local hospital.
Quiet Riot have stabilized their lead singer situation, announcing this week that Scott Vokoun would take the microphone when the band resumes touring on March 28 in Scottsdale, Ariz. The little-known Vokoun replaces Keith St. John (Montrose), who was filling in after the firing of Mark Huff.
Ozzy Osbourne, Slash, Alice Cooper, Johnny Depp, Mickey Rourke, Tommy Lee and seemingly dozens of other rockers and actors are all featured in a new documentary called ‘Sunset Strip’ that premiers at the SXSW festival in Austin, Texas on Friday.
It’s possible New Life Christian Center pastor Mark Granville would have been thrown off his game last week, had he only recognized the famous faces hanging on his every word from the front row. Alex and Eddie Van Halen took in mass at the Trenton, N.J. church, but Granville had never heard of them.
Even a new album by Bruce Springsteen may not be enough to toss Adele from the top of the Billboard album sales charts. The magazine reports that ‘Wrecking Ball‘ sold an impressive 200,000 copies in it’s first week of sales, but also that his tally is a few thousand fewer than Adele’s ’21.’
Slash has released more details on his second solo album, the follow-up to the 2010 ‘Slash’ project which featured a crowd of guest-vocalists. ‘Apocalyptic Love’ will feature Myles Kennedy on vocals and be released on May 22 through Slash’s Dik Hayd International label.
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