Queensryche may be continuing with Todd La Torre out front instead of Geoff Tate, but there’ve been some accusations from fans that Tate is still a part of their show even though he’s not there in person.
The summer may be winding down, but things are just about to heat up stateside for Roger Hodgson. The singer and co-founder of Supertramp is making his way back to North America to continue his ‘Breakfast in America’ tour, with a new leg of dates set to begin Aug. 5 in Park City, Utah.
The Kinks once sang ‘You Really Got Me,’ but do you really have all the best music from the band? If not, then the upcoming two-disc hits compilation ‘Waterloo Sunset: The Very Best of the Kinks and Ray Davies’ is definitely for you.
Poison singer Bret Michaels has enjoyed an interesting life that’s included being a rock star, appearing in several reality television shows, and working behind the scenes with his own film-production company.
A number of top musicians across several different genres have banded together to ask British Prime Minister David Cameron to take action against Google over the ability for music fans to illegally copy and distribute music through the search engine.
Bruce Springsteen has welcomed many a young woman to the stage over the years during his performance, including his own daughter recently during a show in France. But during his Dublin performance last week, “The Boss” welcomed a young lady to the stage that was literally half his size.
Rush may not be burning up a singles chart or have the hot radio jam of the summer, but that’s quite alright with guitarist Alex Lifeson. That’s because he says that their latest disc, ‘Clockwork Angels,’ is meant to be experienced as a full album.
When you’re a headliner, you’re awarded certain privileges. When you’re playing your hometown, you probably even get more favorable treatment. And if you’re a band as big as Aerosmith and your opening act is the equally impressive Cheap Trick, you’ve got to take advantage of the situation to guest on a classic song.
It’s been a big week for Roger Daltrey. The Who vocalist was part of the announcement this week revealing that the group would be performing their ‘Quadrophenia‘ album on tour this year. But on top of that, the singer also received an honor from Middlesex University.
He’s one of the most respected instrumentalists in bluegrass music, but more often than not he’s relegated to playing second fiddle (or more likely dobro) to artists like Ricky Skaggs and Alison Krauss, among others. But with the ‘Traveler’ album, Jerry Douglas is the unifying element within all the songs.
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