Metalheads and music fans alike will celebrate the news that Shout! Factory has acquired rights to release audio and video recordings from the legendary US Festival. Among the initial offerings will be the release of Quiet Riot’s performance, captured at ‘Heavy Metal Day’ on May 29, 1983.
With lineup shuffles, the past and present roster of Yes numbers 18 members in total, the latest addition being newly recruited lead vocalist Jon Davison. Founding bassist and vocalist Chris Squire chalks it up to the group being like any other family – things happen and people come and people go.
After previewing a bit of new music during his solo tour this past fall, Eagles guitarist Joe Walsh turned it up several notches during a private performance at the Troubadour in Los Angeles last week.
If Steven Van Zandt is forever best known as the guitarist for Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, he’ll be perfectly fine with that. After all, the checks associated with that distinction are probably more than okay, right?
It’s been more than a quarter-century since the passing of Thin Lizzy vocalist Phil Lynott. Now it appears that there might be new music on the way from the Lynott-less edition of the band, which has kept his legacy alive since reuniting in 1996.
Now that Aerosmith have finally gotten down to the business the music do the talking on their long awaited new album, it’s sounding more and more like it has the legs to be a future classic. Additionally, it’s possible that ‘Smith vocalist Steven Tyler might draw on a surprising collaborator for some lyrical assistance.
With Def Leppard beginning to tune up for another summer of touring (a co-headlining tour with Poison is rumored), guitarist Phil Collen says they’ll hit the road with at least a little bit of new music to share with the fans.
Having recently wrapped up a triumphant return to U.S. soil with a slew of arena dates, Guns N’ Roses bassist Tommy Stinson says that the band’s forthcoming activity will find them engaging in “big stuff” that will be exciting for GN’R fans.
After 40 years, Peter Frampton and fellow former Humble Pie member Jerry Shirley will revisit the ‘Pie’s classic live album ‘Performance: Rockin’ The Fillmore,’ with new interviews that will air this weekend on the syndicated radio program ‘In The Studio.’
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