During a promotional video for Korg keyboards, Queen keyboardist Spike Edney may have revealed more than he intended. Now speculation is running wild that the band will tour the world with Adam Lambert as their singer in 2013.
Rock residencies are becoming the new norm in Las Vegas, with Santana following in Motley Crue‘s footsteps earlier this year. Now Vince Neil reveals his band has been asked back to the House of Blues, and he’s looking forward to it.
The famous ‘Bomber’ light rig has been a highlight of Motorhead shows since the late ’70s, but it’s put band members at risk on more than one occaision. Fans love when the giant, steel airplane lowers to the stage and out over the first few rows of the audience. Lemmy Kilmister and drummer Mikkey Dee … they’ve learned to respect it.
This summer Queen will re-package their two greatest video hits releases into one box set. The two-disc package called ‘Greatest Video Hits’ will be available on Aug. 28, featuring 33 promo videos from the ’70s and ’80s, as well as new commentary from Brian May and Roger Taylor.
When Robert Plant said he’d eloped with Patty Griffin, he didn’t actually mean he’d married her. That’s what a rep for the former Led Zeppelin singer tells the Hollywood Reporter. In an article in the Independent last week, Plant seemed to confirm marriage reports that have been circulating for months.
Mick Jagger‘s sexual exploits have been the topic of conversation lately, as a new book called ‘Mick: the Wild Life and Mad Genius of Jagger’ details his many affairs with famous women, and men. The book’s author, journalist Christopher Andersen, tells Washington D.C. radio station Big 100.3 that the Rolling Stones singer made romance a competition.
The family-operated company that controls the late Jimi Hendrix‘s music and image is releasing a 304-page hardcover book featuring photos and the handwritten lyrics from the legendary guitarist. According to the publisher Backbeat Books, the book will be released on Nov. 13.
Steve Vai was taught by Joe Satriani, played in Frank Zappa’s band and calls rock legends like Led Zeppelin and Queen major influences. When the Big 100.3 in Washington D.C. asked Vai who he’d like to collaborate with, the guitarist named a major player … in animation.
Add a reissue of what many consider to be Kiss‘s finest album to the cornucopia of new merchandise available from the band in 2012. Their 1976 ‘Destroyer’ album has been remixed and readied for an Aug. 21 release. The package will also include rare and previously unheard recordings, plus the artwork the band originally intended to use.
Jon Lord, the founder and influential keyboardist of Deep Purple has died. According to his website, the 71-year-old suffered a pulmonary embolism on Monday (July 16), after fighting a long battle with pancreatic cancer. He was surrounded by family at the London Clinic at the time of his death.
In addition to Keith Moon, the Rolling Stones are another high-profile act forced to turn down a chance to play the 2012 Olympics in London. The games begin next weekend, with ceremonies to include Paul McCartney and Blur. Mick Jagger says his band wasn’t stage ready.
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