Rage Against the Machine fans wondering where the band fits in with Tom Morello’s recent flurry of activity with the upcoming Justice Tour, as well as his solo project, the Nightwatchman, now have their answer.
Not to be outdone in the “hopefully fake and wildly inappropriate public expressions of affection” department, comedienne Kathy Griffin has posted her own video. The object of her desire? None other than Justin Bieber.
Vince Gill is one of country’s most distinctive singers, but he’s more than just a pretty voice — he’s also one of the industry’s most gifted guitarists.
One person who’s aware of those gifts? Alice Cooper, who asked Gill to add a little spice to a track from Cooper’s upcoming album, ‘Welcome 2 My Nightmare’ — and Gill responded with a hard-rockin’ solo that might take some of his longtime fans by surprise.
With his last album, 2009′s ‘Happy Hour,’ Uncle Kracker scored his first country hit — the top 10 track ‘Smile’ — so conventional wisdom would dictate that he’d continue courting a country audience with his upcoming release, ‘Postcards from Home.’
Maroon 5 and Christina Aguilera have devoted a song to listing the virtues of being able to move like Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger with ‘Moves Like Jagger.’ But what about those of us who need to see something before we can really understand it?
At this point, it’s pretty clear that Kings of Leon singer Caleb Followill was dealing with a lot more than just heat exhaustion when he left the stage during the band’s show in Dallas last Friday — and that the band was thinking about more than the weather when it pulled the plug on its American tour.
It’s been awhile since their respective former bands were riding high on the radio with hits like ‘Hold the Line,’ ‘Eye of the Tiger,’ ‘Africa,’ and ‘The Search Is Over’ — but Bobby Kimball (ex-Toto) and Jimi Jamison (ex-Survivor) are still making music. In fact, now they’re making it together.
Longtime friends and fellow ’80s hitmakers, Kimball and Jamison found themselves at loose ends in recent years — both, ironically, having concluded reunions with their former bandmates — and decided to start a band of their own. The result is a duo they’re calling Kimball Jamison, with plans to release a full-length album in the fall.
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