Steve Miller’s ‘Fly Like an Eagle’ Voted Best Song By Bird Lovers
Happy Fourth of July, everybody — and before you start slipping (slipping, slipping) off to your barbecues and fireworks displays, Birds & Blooms Magazine would like to help you celebrate the holiday with a list of the best-ever songs about birds.
Welcome Back, Emerson, Lake & Palmer Fans, to the Reissue Campaign That Never Ends
The Emerson, Lake & Palmer catalog has already been boxed, reissued, re-boxed, remastered, and repackaged on multiple occasions, but Razor & Tie has apparently found some more stuff in the vaults — and they’re rolling out an ambitious reissue campaign with delux…
Tommy Lee Does Not Enjoy Having His Picture Taken
Word to the wise, Motley Crue fans: The next time you bump into Tommy Lee at the grocery store or strip club, whatever you do, don’t ask him if he’ll take a picture with you.
Alice Cooper Opens a ‘Sanctuary for Troubled Teens’
He rose to fame as a makeup-sporting shock rocker whose music, stage name, and concert shenanigans gave parents nightmares and drove kids wild — but we’ve known for awhile now that Alice Cooper, a.k.a. Vincent Furnier, is actually a nice, normal, golf-loving guy, and he just pr…
Jack Black Helps the Protomen Cover Queen’s ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’
If there’s any film star/recording artist you could conceivably expect to see onstage belting out background vocals on a Queen song being covered by a band dedicated to releasing concept albums inspired by the ‘Mega Man’ video game franchise, it’…
The Story Behind Led Zeppelin’s ‘Swan Song’ Revealed
Led Zeppelin boasts one of the most impressive — and successful — discographies of the rock era. But the songs that made it to their albums don’t necessarily tell the whole story, as evidenced by a feature in a recent issue of Classic Rock Magazine that traces the evoluti…
Ringo’s All-Starr Band Reveals Their Favorite Beatles Albums
It’s summer, and Ringo Starr is back on the road with another lineup of his long-running All-Starr Band — all of whom recently sat down with Rock Cellar Magazine to share their favorite Beatles albums.
Beatles Still Blamed by Russian Officials for ‘Recreational Drug Use Increase’
According to a Russian health official, the youth of his country have a major drug problem — and it all goes back to those darn Beatles.
Black Sabbath Perform at Download Festival
This year’s Download Festival closed out last night (June 10) with an 18-song set from the (partially) reunited Black Sabbath that included a capacity crowd, a wide-ranging set list, and fireworks.
ZZ Top’s New Single Based on ’90s Rap Song
As if it weren’t weird enough for ZZ Top use a commercial for Jeremiah Weed malt liquor to debut the first single from its upcoming new album, here’s something you may not have realized about the song itself: The new track, ‘I Gotsta Get Paid,’ i…
Read Axl Rose’s Vicious 1992 Letter to a Rock Critic
Axl Rose made headlines recently when he sat down and wrote a letter to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame — but it wasn’t the first time he’s used the format to share his innermost thoughts with someone who had offended his delicate sensibilities.
Slash Says Axl’s Letter Inspired Guns N’ Roses’ Hall of Fame Performance
What, you thought we were finished talking about Guns N’ Roses and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame? Not a chance. You’re in a jungle of Slash and Axl quotes, baby, and you’re gonna be here ’til you die.