After 50 years of rocking, Bob Seger is ready to retire from the road — but he has a few things he wants to take care of first.
That list includes a run of October shows that will take Seger and crew into New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Tampa, Orlando, Dallas, Denver, and Vancouver. Specific dates for the shows — and additional stops — will be announced later.
With New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s poll numbers dropping, an organization named Public Policy Polling decided to see what would happen if Bruce Springsteen ran against Christie for the office — and found that he’d enter with nearly half the popular vote.
His last marriage didn’t work out so well, but give Paul McCartney credit for perseverance: he’s getting ready to walk down the aisle again — and soon.
The UK’s Daily Telegraph reports that McCartney’s engagement to Nancy Shevell, which took place in May, will lead to a low-key London wedding in the near future, followed by a trip to New York for the newlyweds. As a friend of McCartney’s tells the paper, “Paul loves Nancy very much, but does not want a big wedding.”
Nirvana’s ‘Nevermind’ is lauded as one of the most important albums of the past few decades and its 20th anniversary is fast-approaching (feel old yet?). To celebrate, Spin magazine is releasing an unusual — and free — tribute.
It’s always hard for a sequel to recapture the excitement of whatever made the original great, but give Alice Cooper credit — he’s doing whatever he can to convince fans that his upcoming album, a sequel to his classic ‘Welcome to My Nightmare,’ is something special.
“I saw those guys just yesterday,” Wilson said in a recent interview with Ultimate Classic Rock. “I went over to visit them in the studio where they were working on some new stuff — they sound amazing! How can Jerry not sound amazing, but I mean, it really does — they’re a monster.”
After more than 40 years apart, the surviving members of Buffalo Springfield — Neil Young, Stephen Stills, and Richie Furay — reunited in 2010, and according to Richie Furay, they won’t be separating again anytime soon.
The band will debut its new single, ‘Up All Night,’ on Los Angeles’ KROQ at 7:30 a.m., but if you aren’t within reach of the station’s signal, don’t fret: the track, which drummer Travis Barker has described as “heavy,” will also be available on the band’s website.
Bassist Nick Oliveri has been keeping busy lately — and not necessarily in a good way.
The former Queens of the Stone Age member, who recently rejoined his former bandmates in Kyuss for a reunion tour under the moniker Kyuss Lives!, found himself on the wrong end of a standoff with a Los Angeles SWAT team earlier this week, after a neighbor called the police to report a domestic disturbance.
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