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No big surprise here to anyone who’s been paying attention: KISS will indeed play a residency in Las Vegas. The band announced on their Facebook page that they’ve signed a deal with the Hard Rock Casino and Hotel to perform nine shows there this November at the resort’s music venue, The Joint. Dubbed KISS Rocks Vegas, the show follows similar […]
“I just received the news the Dublin City Council cannot change their earlier ruling to not allow licenses for all five shows,” Garth Brooks says in a statement released Monday. “So it is with a broken heart, I announce the ticket refunds for the event will go as posted by Ticketmaster.” Originally slated to start today, […]
NEW YORK (AP) – Lita Ford is telling her life story, even the parts she kept hidden for so long. Ford has written an autobiography called “Living Like A Runaway: A Memoir.” Ford will tell her story about joining The Runaways at the age of 16, working with Ozzy Osbourne and being a female in […]
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While Pat Benatar and Neil Giraldo are hitting fans with their best shots on their 35th Anniversary Summer tour, both musicians are exploring another passion: writing. Giraldo, 58, and Benatar, 61, are currently working on separate projects. He is writing an autobiography, and she’s working on a novel about the second coming of Jesus, as well as a cookbook. […]
Although former Journey frontman Steve Perry’s return to the stage recently — sitting in a few times with alternative rock band Eels – may not signal a full-time return to action for the singer, it has made at least one former bandmate happy. Longtime Journey keyboard player and songwriter Jonathan Cain, in an interview with journalist Michael Cavacini, says the stage is where Perry belongs. […]
“Dawn of the Planet of the Apes” is a remarkable follow-up to 2011’s “Rise of the Planet of the Apes.” Most sequels these days are rehashes of the same story told in a louder and more obnoxious way. “Dawn,” on the other hand, evolves: it builds on its predecessor and adapts to build a life […]
A Profitable Harmonica Thanks for the harmonica you gave me for my birthday,” Little Johnny said to his Grandfather. “It’s the best present I ever got.” “That’s great,” said his Grandfather, “do you know how to play it?” “Oh, I don’t play it,” Little Johnny said. “My mom gives me a dollar a day not […]
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Black Sabbath fans, there’s new footwear for you. The band has renewed its partnership with Converse and the result is a line of mosh-ready Chuck Taylors. The sneakers come in three models: Never Say Die and Sabbath Bloody Sabbath, each with the cover art from its respective album. Rounding out the three is Black Sabbath Live, […]
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Slash will be honored this month when he becomes the first recipient of the Guitar Legend Award at the Gibson Brands AP Music Awards. The Gibson AP Music Awards will take place July 21 at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland. Other bands who are confirmed to appear at the event include Falling in […]