Vince Neil and Gene Simmons Help Make Wishes Come True for Sick Children
Motley Crue singer Vince Neil and Kiss bassist and entrepreneur Gene Simmons put their money where there their mouths were the night before a recent Kiss/Motley Crue tour date in Oklahoma. The big-hearted rockers teamed with Jim Glover Chevrolet and Make-A-Wish Oklahoma for an event to raise money a…
Alice Cooper Offers Preview Video for Halloween Haunted House
It looks like pioneering shock rocker Alice Cooper is headed back to hell. Universal Studios Hollywood is set to present a Halloween haunted house this year called ‘Alice Cooper Goes to Hell,’ named for Cooper’s 1976 album.
Rush Ask Judge to Help Stamp Out Bootleg Merchandise
The members of Rush may choose free will, but they expect to get paid fair market value for their concert souvenirs. The Canadian progressive rockers have asked a judge in Pittsburgh to direct federal marshals to help crack down on unlicensed merchandise at their upcoming concerts.
AC/DC Singer Brian Johnson Launching U.K. Radio Show
AC/DC lead singer Brian Johnson will marry his two main passions when he hosts the upcoming radio show ‘Brian Johnson’s Rockers and Rollers’ on BBC Radio 2. The program will run for six weeks and feature Johnson playing a wide selection of his favorite music, as…
Stick It and Suck with Free Tickets As Def Leppard’s ‘Hysteria’ Turns 25
When Def Leppard began to write for the follow-up to their 1984 multi-platinum breakthrough ‘Pyromania,’ the group had no idea what a monumental task lay ahead of them. The album would eventually survive through four long years of changes, re-writes, re-recordings and personal …
Guns N’ Roses Focusing on Writing New Material
After enduring a 15-year wait for Guns N’ Roses‘ last album Chinese Democracy, it seems fans may have reason to celebrate. In a new interview, guitarist DJ Ashba, keyboardist Dizzy Reed and bassist Tommy Stinson said they are currently working on material for a new album.
The Who Will Honor Ticket Stubs to Canceled Show From 1979
It’s not unusual for touring bands to honor tickets from canceled shows at subsequent re-scheduled dates - unless, of course, those re-scheduled shows take place more than three decades later.