When you buy a concert ticket these days, you know you’re going to have to deal with certain things at the venue — it might be obstructed sight, or an imperfect sound mix, or just the noise and jostling of your fellow music fans. What you don’t expect, however, is to end up at the hospital with a cervical neck sprain after paying $100 to see Black Sabbath.
When Jimi Hendrix arrived in London in 1966, he was just another would-be rock star with a few pennies to his name. Within a few months, he’d become an international phenomenon — and cemented an association with Britain that remains a cause for celebration in the UK today.
Kiss and Motley Crue are on the road this summer for a co-headlining jaunt dubbed simply ‘The Tour,’ but this isn’t the first time they’ve shared a bill — and when Paul Stanley appeared recently on Nikki Sixx‘s ‘Sixx Sense’ radio show, the duo looked back on the time Kiss gave Motley one of their first big breaks.
Syfy’s latest show claims to depict teams of paranormal investigators conducting “first-person investigations of the most frightening claims of paranormal activity along America’s remote back roads.” All of which would sound odd enough if it weren’t for the fact that Ozzy Osbourne‘s son Jack is one of the people doing the investigating.
Nearly 40 years after the Grateful Dead used it to get out of their contract with Warner Bros. — and flout the traditions of the “greatest hits” record while they were at it — the live album ‘History of the Grateful Dead Vol. 1 (Bear’s Choice)’ is getting the vinyl reissue treatment.
He rose to fame as a makeup-sporting shock rocker whose music, stage name, and concert shenanigans gave parents nightmares and drove kids wild — but we’ve known for awhile now that Alice Cooper, a.k.a. Vincent Furnier, is actually a nice, normal, golf-loving guy, and he just proved it again with the grand opening of his long-planned Rock Teen Center in Phoenix, AZ.
It’s summer, and Ringo Starr is back on the road with another lineup of his long-running All-Starr Band — all of whom recently sat down with Rock Cellar Magazine to share their favorite Beatles albums.
The fifth annual Sunset Strip Music Festival, scheduled for Aug. 16-18 in Los Angeles, will pay tribute to the legacy of the Doors with a three-day celebration featuring performances from an eclectic array of well-known artists.
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