Dee Snider was forced to sit out of most of the storefront window-dressing fun on ‘Celebrity Apprentice’ tonight (March 3) due to the broken finger he suffered on last week’s episode, but he still managed to make his presence and sense of humor felt.
A world full of daydream believers is mourning the death of the Monkees' Davy Jones today (Feb. 29). As soon as news of his heart attack and passing at age 66 hit the internet, Jones' musical peers and fans took to Twitter to express their love for the '60s pop-rock star. Slash, Dee Snider and the Who were among the musicians paying their respects and remembering their interactions with
Meat Loaf has revealed that he has seen — and talked to — ghosts several times in his life. “I’ve seen them, I’ve been around them,” he explains. “Some are just energy left behind, and some are intelligent.”
Michael Davis of the highly influential band MC5 died on Friday (Feb. 17) at age 68 following a battle with liver disease. The bassist played on all three of the group’s studio records, including the legendary 1969 album ‘Kick Out the Jams.’
Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider, known for his outrageous stage persona, revealed himself to be — and this is no surprise for his longtime fans — a thoughtful, caring and productive team member on the debut episode of this season’s ‘Celebrity Apprentice’ tonight.
Kiss and Queen (featuring Adam Lambert on vocals) will headline separate nights of the 2012 Sonisphere Festival in England this summer. This news seemingly ends weeks of speculation as to whether or not Lambert would be joining Queen in some capacity.
The Beach Boys, complete with their long-absent resident songwriting genius Brian Wilson, reunited on the stage of the 2012 Grammy Awards to perform their majestic single ‘Good Vibrations’ following tributes by some of today’s biggest indie and pop music stars.
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