Sammy Hagar is back in the booze business. Four years after selling off the majority of his Cabo Wabo Tequila company, the Chickenfoot/former Van Halen singer was at the Hard Rock Honolulu in Hawaii last week to promote his new spirit line, Sammy’s Beach Bar Rum.
Rhythm-and-blues singer Jimmy Norman — who worked with Jimi Hendrix and Bob Marley early in their careers and was a battle over songwriting credit for ‘Time Is on My Side,’ which the Rolling Stones turned into a Top 10 hit in 1964 — died earlier this month in New York at the age of 84.
It was 20 years ago today (Nov. 24) that rock ‘n’ roll tragically lost one of its finest frontman of all time when Freddie Mercury passed away at the age of 45. The Queen singer died of bronchopneumonia brought on by AIDS less than one day after finally publicly acknowledging he had the disease.
In his new memoir, Jon Roberts — a former Mafia member and convicted cocaine trafficker who spearheaded the Medellin Drug Cartel’s rise in the 1980s — claims that he once saved Jimi Hendrix from a kidnapping attempt in New York in the ’60s.
The top 10 songs of 2011 prove what a big year it was for classic rock 'n' roll. With an excellent comeback album from the reunited Cars, an updated track from the Rolling Stones' vault and new releases from the likes of Journey and Robbie Robertson, 2011 proved a popula
Motorhead frontman Lemmy Kilmister has caused his share of chaos over the years, but the recent student-led riots in England were too much even for him. In fact, the British-born singer, who was in London last week for the Orange Amplification Classic Rock Roll of Honour ceremony, insists that he’s so disappointed in today’s youth and their love of rioting there that he has no plans to ever return to his homeland.
Roger Waters could very well fall into the category of wealth dubbed the “one percent” that’s being targeted by Occupy Wall Street, but that isn’t stopping the Pink Floyd star from supporting the nascent New York-based socioeconomic movement.
More details have been unveiled about the 12 bonus tracks featured in the upcoming re-release of the Rolling Stones‘ 1978 album ‘Some Girls,’ including the full track and personnel listings. The dozen tracks, many of which were recorded instrumentally with vocals added recently by Mick Jagger, will be included in the the Deluxe Edition and Super Deluxe Edition of ‘Some Girls,’ which has been remastered for the occasion and drops Nov. 21.
Imagine a time before the ‘Napoleon Dynamite’ movie, when the name conjured visions not of an eccentric teenager but of an even freakier attraction — Elvis Costello on tour in the ’80s dressed up as a fictitious game show host of the same name, offering up a giant wheel for fans to spin to determine the next song he would play.
The Occupy Wall Street movement got a little entertainment from the son of a Beatle earlier this week when Sean Lennon descended on the encampment with some friends to offer up an inspiring revolutionary ditty for the masses. What did the son of John Lennon, and his buddies perform: ‘Power to the People?’ Nope. ‘Imagine?’ Not exactly. Try Madonna’s ode to unhindered capitalism, ‘Material Girl.’
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