Smashing Pumpkins‘ latest album, ‘Oceania,’ is a Top 5 hit — and Billy Corgan and company are doing their part to bring the music to fans, putting together a healthy run of tour dates that will keep them on the road for most of the rest of the year.
We know what you want, Loudwire readers, and we’re giving it to you: More glorious details regarding the rock ‘n’ roll love story of the year. You’ve read the news about Nickelback‘s Chad Kroeger getting engaged to Avril Lavigne, you’ve pored over all the best Twitter reactions, and you’ve loaded our wedding playlist into all of your portable music players. Now, we’re bringing you the really good stuff — behind-the-scenes info from the happy couple themselves.
Kings of Leon singer Caleb Followill has been putting the band’s hiatus to good use, welcoming his first child with Victoria’s Secret model Lily Aldridge into the world on June 21 — and now the happy couple has introduced young Dixie Pearl to the world at large.
In a development that shouldn’t surprise anyone, anywhere, Pizza Hut and Home Depot are fighting a lawsuit brought against them by the Black Keys that alleges the two chains stole the Keys’ music for a pair of ads.
Before they topped the charts by sowing the seeds of love, the guys in Tears for Fears used synths and stomping beats to exorcise emotional demons — and before he became an Oscar-winning composer, so did Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails. As it turns out, that isn’t all they have in common.
One of the things that can be frustrating about being an artist is your inability to control the way your work is interpreted or enjoyed — as Rage Against the Machine‘s Tom Morello is rediscovering this week, upon learning that Republican Vice Presidential nominee Paul Ryan is a big fan of his band.
Axl Rose‘s ongoing quest to wrest a $20 million judgment from video game makers Activision was dealt a setback yesterday (August 14), when a judge indicated Rose’s allegations of fraud would be dismissed — but he allowed another claim in the suit to stand, leaving the legal battle open for another round.
Bad news for fans hoping to see Frank Ocean on the road during his upcoming European tour: They’ve been cancelled, starting with his last-minute decision to pull out of his planned appearance at Sweden’s Way Out West festival on Saturday (Aug. 11).
If you’ve got about $100,000 to burn, want to own a piece of rock ‘n’ roll history, and don’t mind relocating to upstate New York, good news: You can enter the bidding to own the house that metal legend Ronnie James Dio grew up in.
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