Full-time freelance writer based in Glasgow, Scotland… author of 17 books, three of which are in the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Permanent Collection… former news editor at TeamRock.com… former band manager, drummer and keyboardist… TV and radio presenter… real ale fan.
Why Graham Nash Didn’t Want Neil Young in His Band
He recalls unhappiness at lineup change suggestion until future colleagues bonded over breakfast.
Bob Kulick Out of Kiss Kruise, Vinnie Vincent Joins Pre-party
“Contractual dispute” blamed for cancellation of Kulick brothers reunion, while Vincent will join him at pre-party event before December return-to-stage appearances.
Listen to Lemmy on New Song ‘Paradise Turned Into Dust’
Leader of Down track also features Motorhead legend's late colleague Wurzel.
Charles Manson Put Paul McCartney Off ‘Helter Skelter’
He avoided playing the Beatles’ heaviest song for years after cult leader adopted it.
Gene Simmons Wants People to Be ‘More Caring’
Kiss star explains his new book on the 27 Club and predicts Donald Trump will win second term in “landslide” vote, if he’s not impeached.
Fleetwood Mac Plan to Write Songs With New Lineup
Mick Fleetwood says it’s not the right time to record with Mike Campbell and Neil Finn, but it’ll happen in the “next couple of years or so.”
Ann Wilson Aims for Heart Reunion in 2019
Talks to take place with sister Nancy soon -- but singer has conditions.
John Mellencamp Announces ‘Other People’s Stuff’ LP, 2019 Tour
Album arrives in November, three months before road trip begins.
Watch Aerosmith and the Roots Play ‘Walk This Way’ on Kids’ Instruments
Jimmy Fallon and the Roots join in on TV jam.
Ozzy Osbourne Didn’t Enjoy Black Sabbath Reunion
Singer recalls “bad vibes” during iconic band’s final years.
Queen ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ Movie Will Premiere at Wembley Arena
'Bohemian Rhapsody' will open next to the site of band’s Live Aid triumph.
Was Elton John Paid $6.5 Million for TV Commercial?
Reports claim he spent four days recording new version of “Your Song” for British Christmas ad.