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If you were thinking of using an iconic hard rock artist from the ’70s for the Sin City: A Dame to Kill For soundtrack, the obvious choice would probably be AC/DC. It would be an easy fit, as they have a classic song called “Sin City,” from their 1978 album, Powerage.
It may be ice water that ends up thawing the currently chilly relationship between Jon Bon Jovi and his former Bon Jovi bandmate and songwriting partner Richie Sambora.
Former Deep Purple and Black Sabbath singer and bassist Glenn Hughes celebrates his 62nd birthday today.
Who wrote the foreword to Hughes’s 2011 memoir Deep Purple and Beyond: Scenes From the Life of a Rock Star?
Just how thirsty are you for some new music from Kanye West? What about the Kanye West song that is rumored to feature the legendary Sir Paul McCartney? Hopefully really, really thirsty.
Today is Robert Plant’s 66th birthday. How many overall Grammy Awards did Plant win for Raising Sand, his duet album with Alison Krauss?
Jimi Hendrix season is upon us. As we wait to watch OutKast’s Andre 3000 play Hendrix in the biopic Jimi: All Is By My Side, news comes that two of the rocker’s long out-of-print albums are getting the reissue treatment.
Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett’s jazz album Cheek to Cheek isn’t out until September, but the singers are giving a preview today (Aug. 19) with new track “I Can’t Give You Anything But Love.”
The events in Ferguson, Mo., have called a great number of people to voice their opinions on the state of not just the St. Louis suburb but also America as a whole. And now, for more of a local perspective, Michael McDonald has shared a statement through his attorney on the shooting of Mike Brown and its shockwaves. The former Doobie Brother grew up in Ferguson.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie doesn’t care what you think. It doesn’t matter what the topic is: his clashes with educators and unions, his accepting President Obama’s help after Superstorm Sandy, or his handling of the infamous “Bridgegate.” And don’t mess with the man over his love of Bruce Springsteen.
Slash‘s new album World on Fire is out next month and he’s giving fans who pre-order the album a sneak peak of a new track called “30 Years to Life.”