A three-year battle to preserve Ringo Starr‘s childhood home has resulted in a victory. The small house in the Dingle section of Liverpool had been on a list of houses to be demolished as part of an urban renewal project, but a campaign started by local Beatles fans has saved No. 9 Madryn Street from the bulldozer.
For years, bassist Andy Fraser has been blamed for breaking up Free when he left in 1971. However, in a new interview, he suggests there was a little more to the story than that, saying that creative differences with singer Paul Rodgers had come to a head.
A remastered version of Paul McCartney‘s 1971 album ‘Ram’ was reissued last week in several formats with the now-standard assortment of bonus tracks and DVD documentary. In a new interview, McCartney talks about how, in putting together the various packages, he was trying to capture not just the music, but also a feeling of what those loose days were like.
The Memphis crypt that briefly housed Elvis Presley‘s body could be your final resting place for the right price. Julien’s Auctions in Beverly Hills will auction off the crypt as part of a two-day sale of rock memorabilia called “Music Icons” that will take place on June 23-24.
Following his death on August 16, 1977, Presley’s body was taken to Forest Hill Cemetery,
The eighth season of ‘Gene Simmons Family Jewels’ kicked off with flames tonight (May 28) on the A&E Network, as the Demon’s new wife, Shannon Tweed, set his prized photo collection of previous sexual conquests on fire.
With ‘Rock of Ages’ set to open in theaters everywhere on June 15, Def Leppard has recorded new versions of the two songs by the band featured in the film, ‘Rock of Ages’ and ‘Pour Some Sugar On Me,’ which they will release on iTunes, Amazon and other digital retailers on June 4.
Former Ozzy Osbourne guitarist Zakk Wylde is willing to replace Dimebag Darrell should Pantera reform. In an interview promoting his book, ‘Bringing Metal to the Children: The Complete Berzerker’s Guide to World Tour Domination,’ Wylde was asked the question that has been floating around the metal world for the past few months.
June 5 will see the release of ‘Analog Man,’ Joe Walsh‘s first album since 1992′s ‘Songs for a Dying Planet.’ In a new interview, Walsh said that while touring with the Eagles has taken up a lot of his time, another reason for the delay is the result of quitting drinking in 1994.
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