Rock cruises have gotten pretty popular over the last decade or so, offering an interesting (albeit expensive) twist on the concert experience for fans of bands like Guster, Barenaked Ladies, John Mayer, and Rick Springfield.
This is shaping up to be a big year for Megadeth fans — not only do they have an expanded edition of the band’s landmark release ‘Peace Sells…But Who’s Buying?’ to look forward to, but there’s also a brand new studio album on the horizon.
During a recent interview with Rolling Stone, band founder Dave Mustaine discussed the new record, titled ‘Th1rt3en.’ It’s the band’s 13th studio album, but the name means more than that, according to Mustaine. He said, “I was born on September 13th; this is my 13th record. It just seemed like it was the right thing to do.”
Though their recording career spanned a mere five years, Creedence amassed one of the most successful — and enduring — discographies of the rock era, selling millions of albums and churning out an impressive stack of hits that included ‘Down on the Corner,’ ‘Fortunate Son,’ and ‘Who’ll Stop the Rain?’
It’s always a national story when a former first lady dies — but when Betty Ford passed away over the weekend at the age of 93, the news affected not only those who remembered her years in the White House, but the thousands of people whose lives were affected by her groundbreaking work in addiction therapy.
With its most recent album, ‘Collapse Into Now,’ a mere four months old, R.E.M. is already in an Athens, Georgia studio working on the follow-up — and fans can follow their progress via a series of snapshots that singer Michael Stipe is posting along the way.
A quarter-century of steel horse riding can’t be good for your joints, but it was a rain-soaked concert stage that slowed down Jon Bon Jovi recently, leading to a torn MCL that put him under the knife.
Bon Jovi discussed the injury during an interview with ‘Extra,’ recalling, “It was raining; we were outside…it just sort of gave out and tore. Fortunately, we have a week off. So the doctor claims I’ll be alright for Istanbul eight days later.”
We still haven’t seen any official announcements from the band, but it’s clear that something is happening in the world of Van Halen — and the latest mini-flurry of VH activity, which includes the band’s first official Facebook page and a warning from vocalist David Lee Roth to ‘get ready…,’ has sparked a new round of rumors regarding their long-awaited new album.
The new collection, which will be Van Halen’s first full-length album since 1998′s ‘III’ and first with Roth since way back in ’1984,’ has reportedly been finished with an assortment of producers led by John Shanks. Now, rumors are pointing to a fall release.
If you’ve ever sat through an entire Grammy Awards show, the idea of having a few less categories might not strike you as such a bad idea — but for some of the artists affected by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences’ recent decision to whittle down the number of awards, it’s a potentially racist affront.
A group of musicians — including Paul Simon and jazz legend Herbie Hancock — has banded together to call for a boycott of CBS, which airs the awards ceremony, and is investigating a legal response to the Grammy cutbacks. As artist Bobby Sanabria put it in an interview with the AP, “We will ask people to stop watching CBS, boycott their sponsors and then write them. We’re at a critical juncture.”
She has a new album and stars in the current movie ‘Monte Carlo.’ What’s next for Selena Gomez? If ‘Sex and the City’ author Candace Bushnell has her way, the teen star’s future could include a film prequel to the hit franchise.
In an interview with the Daily Caller, Bushnell said, “Casting is like kismet. I’m going to get into trouble for this, but I was looking at some pictures of Selena Gomez today and thinking ‘she’d make a really good young Charlotte.’ She’s so pretty. I was like … gosh, wouldn’t she be great? Am I right or wrong? I’m not good at this. If I say something like that, then the next thing I know, people are like, no!”
The veteran supergroup — made up of Anthony, vocalist Sammy Hagar, guitarist Joe Satriani, and drummer Chad Smith — worked with producer Mike Fraser for the sessions, which produced songs such as ‘Last Temptation,’ ‘Something’s Gone Wrong,’ ‘Astral Years,’ and the lead single, ‘Bigfoot.’
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