Boston’s New Lead Singer Promises Upcoming Album Will Be Worth the Wait
Boston mastermind Tom Scholz has never been known for his quick turnaround on new albums. Though a new album is in the works from the band, recently appointed lead singer Tommy DeCarlo has wisely suggested fans may not want to hold their breath while waiting for it.
Mick Fleetwood on Drumming: ‘I Don’t Really Know What I’m Doing’
“As a percussion player, I approach my own work in a very emotional, personal way,” says legendary Fleetwood Mac drummer Mick Fleetwood, “and so I have to rely on one thing, the essence of feel.”
Former Black Sabbath Singer Tony Martin Says He’s Surprised by Tony Iommi Criticisms
In a recent interview with Uber Rock, one time Black Sabbath singer Tony Martin expressed surprise at some comments put forth by Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi in his recent autobiography, ‘Iron Man,’ about Martin calling him “unprofessional” and…
Tommy Bolin ‘Teaser’ Deluxe Five-Disc Box Set Announced
Tommy Bolin fans are being treated to an archive release that is sure to put smiles on their faces. ‘The Definitive Teaser’ is a three-disc box set that contains a remastered version of the guitar legend’s classic solo debut, ‘Teaser,’ plus…
Izzy Stradlin Joins Guns N Roses Onstage In France
Original Guns N Roses guitarist Izzy Stradlin joined his long lost band mate Axl Rose on stage at a Guns N Roses show Saturday night, July 21, in Saint-Tropez, France.
Guns N’ Roses’ ‘Appetite for Destruction’ Album Turns 25
Guns N’ Roses‘ stunning debut album, ‘Appetite for Destruction,’ hits the quarter century mark today (July 21). Before all the drama, Guns N’ Roses were a kick-ass little rock and roll band. During that initial blast, they created one of th…
‘Yellow Submarine’ Floating Hotel Opens In Liverpool
A floating hotel, based on the Beatles 1966 song and 1968 film, ‘Yellow Submarine,’ has opened in the Fab Four’s hometown of Liverpool. The hotel aboard an 80-foot submarine, or ‘narrowboat,’ opened this weekend on Albert Dock in the famed city. The vessel, which can accommodate up to eight people, …
See the Press Clipping for the First Rolling Stones Concert, 50 Years Ago
On July 12, 1962 something monumental happened. A band calling themselves the Rolling Stones took to the stage for the first time. You can see a press announcement for that gig right here.
Former Fleetwood Mac Guitarist Peter Green to Release Rare 2001 Album ‘Blues Don’t Change’
A CD by the Peter Green Splinter Group, featuring former Fleetwood Mac guitarist Peter Green, which was previously only sold at live shows will now see the light of day as a standard release.
KISS’ ‘Destroyer’ Deluxe Edition Set for August 21 Release
As previously announced, the classic Kiss album ‘Destroyer’ is getting the deluxe treatment. According to Bravewords, a release date has finally been set for August 21. The 35th anniversary deluxe edition will be a two-CD set that will include rare material…
Prog Magazine Announces First Annual Progressive Music Awards
ProgMagazine, an offshoot of the UK mag Classic Rock, has announced details on its inaugural Progressive Music Awards. Co-sponsored by Orange Amplification, the awards celebrate a long-underserved genre that has, in recent years, finally been getting its due.
Pearl Jam Cover Pink Floyd, Van Halen and the Who at Berlin Concert
Third generation classic rockers Pearl Jam paid tribute to a few of classic rock giants at their show on July 5 in Berlin, Germany. Performing at the Berlin O2 Arena, the alt rock legends dished out a few surprises including a straight up rendition of the Pink Floyd ‘Wall’ clas…