After a highly successful run with their ‘Grand Illusion’ / ‘Pieces of Eight’ tour, Styx has decided to extend the U.S. leg with a handful of additional shows that will keep them on the road throughout the end of the year.
Lynyrd Skynyrd‘s guitarist, Gary Rossington, will join a roster of fellow distinguished Georgian performing artists and industry leaders in being honored on Sunday, Oct. 14 during the 34th Annual Georgia Music Hall of Fame Awards Concert.
Fans of the Outlaws better mark their calendars because long awaited new music is on its way! On Sept. 25, the band will release their first studio album in 18 years titled ‘It’s About Pride,’ on Rocket Science Ventures. ‘It’s About Pride’ is an album that the band spent four years making to give their
Fans who flocked to the Bangor Waterfront Pavilion in Bangor, Maine this past weekend (Sunday, July were in for an added bonus when Styx guitarist Tommy Shaw reunited on stage with his former Damn Yankees bandmate Ted Nugent as part of the Midwest Rock ‘N’ Roll Express Tour.
Michigan’s MLive! took a special poll to determine the greatest guitar player in the Detroit area, and when they were finished, all signs pointed at Mr. ‘Stranglehold’ himself – Ted Nugent. ‘Uncle Ted’ beat out Jack White, Marshall Crenshaw, and Wayne Kramer of MC5, among others.
The last time they came out with an announcement about new material, it ended up taking 17 years. Granted, the album did end up turning out pretty good, but with all the arguments between Axl Rose and former members including Slash, who knows what the end result will be? And another question is, will fans be willing to wait that long again? My theory is that the current generation of fans dies off in that time, and a whole new set of fans are the ones that see the new product. Here's the story so far.
Did you miss out on attending Sammy Hagar‘s annual all-star birthday party concert held in Mexico this year? Well no worries if you did because you’re now in luck! Thanks to a new 30-minute documentary, the highlights from the 21st annual Sammy Hagar Birthday Bash from October held at the Cabo Wabo Cantina in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico can now be viewed online.
The 2011 festivities for the former Van Halen frontman took place on four da
Friday evening (Dec. 16), Ray Davies, former frontman of the Kinks, made a special appearance at Coniston Institute in Cumbria, England, where production was underway for his new musical, ‘Child’s Play.’
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