Rock Music News
(And other stuff we find interesting)
When MOTLEY CRUE embarked on their farewell tour in 2014, they signed a, quote, “cessation of touring agreement,” which supposedly stated that they could never tour again.
Black Sabbath legend Bill Ward surprised fans late last week with the released of an online stream of a brand new song called “Once This Was A Road”.
The Cleveland Browns and the Pittsburgh Steelers are rivals . . . and last night’s game on “Thursday Night Football” was filled with intensity, illegal hits, and it ended with an INSANE BRAWL.
Slayer are headed for the conclusion of their farewell tour at the end of the month but their manager Rick Sales says that does not mean that fans have heard the last from the legendary thrash band.
Fleetwood Mac drummer Mick Fleetwood has announced that he has recruited an all-star lineup of special guests to help him pay tribute to the band’s early bands and their founding member Peter Green.
The Black Crowes’ Chris and Rich Robinson have announced that they are reuniting the band to launch a special tour to celebrate the 30th anniversary of their blockbuster debut album.
A Man Breaks Into an Apartment without Realizing the Guy Inside Fights with Medieval Combat Weapons, Things Don’t Go Well
Of all the nerdy dudes’ apartments you could break into, you picked THIS one. He didn’t expect what he found inside.
The Rolling Stones are streaming a 1998 performance of their 1968 classic, “Jumpin’ Jack Flash”, as the latest preview to their forthcoming live package, “Bridges To Buenos Aires.”
There’s a 69-year-old Vietnam vet in San Antonio named Albert Brigas who’s worked at a place called Renown Auto Restoration for the past 13 years. And he’s been trying to retire, but wanted to pay off his mortgage first.
Van Halen’s decision to not include founding member Michael Anthony in their reunion with David Lee Roth still appears to anger former frontman Sammy Hagar over the disrespect it represented to the bassist.