While the Rolling Stones ponder their next move, drummer Charlie Watts is keeping busy with his other project, the ABC and D of Boogie Woogie. The group just issued a live record and while it is a change of pace, it’s not as different as what you might think.
Van Halen may have bit off more than they can chew, and they know it. The veteran rockers made headlines earlier this year when they postponed 31 North American tour dates, and now those dates have been canceled.
Monday night will see a meeting of two of the key pieces of two of the biggest bands of all time. Sir Paul McCartney will drop by the U.K. television series hosted by Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood.
Alice Cooper is known for his theatrics, but along with that came some quite in depth storytelling over the years. The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer says whether everything always came together in one neat package or not, he always had an eye toward creating conceptual pieces of work.
Everyone knows the Rolling Stones were influenced heavily by the blues, so their 1981 meeting with legendary bluesman Muddy Waters was a dream come true. On July 10, fans will get a chance see the collaborative performance as ‘Muddy Waters & The Rolling Stones: Live at the Checkerboard Lounge, Chicago 1981′ arrives in both CD and DVD form.
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