Paul McCartney may be starting to think about new music after issuing the ‘Kisses on the Bottom’ album earlier this year. According to NME (via the Sunday Mirror), he may already have his producer picked out.
Paul McCartney‘s latest musical project has a little bit of a modern cache to it. The vocalist revealed via Twitter that he’s working with the company behind the music for the popular video game ‘Halo.’
High profile love affairs sell books, so it’s a good thing for author Christopher Andersen that the subject of his latest book is not only one of the world’s most renowned rockers but also a notorious ladies man.
The always outspoken John Lydon dipped into the debate on drugs during the U.K. program ‘Question Time’ Friday night (July 6). The vocalist argued that drugs should be legalized, but he put a condition on what would need to happen for that to occur.
He may be ‘Born in the U.S.A.,’ but Bruce Springsteen was a foreigner abroad on the Fourth of July this year. While fireworks may not have been on tap for him Wednesday night, that didn’t deter him from performing a song that shares a name with the day itself.
Def Leppard‘s Vivian Campbell recently revealed that he was planning to revisit the music he performed with Dio with the lineup that was around when he was in the band. It’s been documented over the years that Campbell and Ronnie James Dio didn’t see eye-to-eye before the guitarist’s exit, and one of the members of the band is shedding some light on the issues.
Van Halen have been keeping things fresh throughout their support of ‘A Different Kind of Truth’ by working both older and new songs into their sets. It appears as though the next two tracks that might finally appear in front of an audience will be ‘As Is’ and ‘Light Up the Sky.’
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