Paul McCartney fans can now enjoy a new form of musical experimenting. The former Beatle has added a mixing board application to his website, allowing visitors to act as the producer on some of his most popular songs.
ZZ Top aren’t exactly the “turn around a new album every year” kind of band anymore, but even by their standards, their latest stint between records was rather long. Part of the reason for that is the perfectionist streak that went into the ‘La Futura’ disc, courtesy of noted producer Rick Rubin.
First Tom Morello, now Dee Snider. Vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan may love rock music, but he’s not exactly having much success buddying up to any musicians at the moment. Twisted Sister‘s Dee Snider is the latest to lash out at Ryan, calling him out over using his band’s music at a recent rally.
Elton John and his partner David Furnish are proud to be parents, but they know there’s a long road ahead. John tells Radio Times that he’s worried for his son Zachary, knowing that there may be teasing about his parents.
North London’s Church Studios, which has been home to the creation of records from Bob Dylan, Elvis Costello, the Eurythmics, Radiohead and more, may soon cease to exist as a recording studio and could eventually be turned into apartment space.
The moment that Soundgarden fans have been waiting for is quickly approaching. The reunited rockers took the next step to releasing their first music since 1996 by announcing that their next album will be titled ‘King Animal.’
After a few difficult years, original Yes vocalist Jon Anderson is back touring and has booked a trip to South America for shows in September. In addition, when he goes, he’ll be bringing a special new song that he’s penned for perhaps the world’s biggest sporting event.
Steve Winwood‘s classic 1980 record, ‘Arc of a Diver,’ is getting the deluxe reissue. The Second Disc reports that the updated version will come with a bonus disc that includes a number of extra goodies.
It’s unfortunate, but the name of Mark David Chapman will continually be mentioned in the same breath of John Lennon, as the man who shot and killed the Beatles legend returns to the headlines every few years when his parole hearing comes up.
Bob Dylan has found a home with Cinemax, and in particular the cable network’s original series ‘Strike Back.’ As the singer leads up to his ‘Tempest‘ album next month, he’s been using the show as a sounding board for some of his new tracks.
The period for summer camp is just about over, but that’s okay for Ted Nugent as the fall is really the time for him to enjoy the outdoors. The singer has booked Saturday, Sept. 15 for his third annual ‘Kamp for Kids‘ outdoor activity day in Yankton, S.D.
Kiss fans in New Jersey and Las Vegas should have plenty to keep them entertained this fall, as both founding drummer Peter Criss and longtime guitarist Bruce Kulick have announced appearances at interesting events.
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