It’s not uncommon for bands to pull out covers in their sets, but it is rather interesting when a group toys with the arrangement a little. That’s what Sum 41 did while performing a distinctly different version of the Queen classic ‘We Will Rock You’ in the Netherlands Sunday night (July 8).
Queensryche and longtime singer Geoff Tate have gone their separate ways, but the vocalist is disputing the reasons why. Tate says rather than “creative differences,” which was cited by the band in their press release, he says it’s more related to the business side of their operations.
Van Halen have been keeping things fresh throughout their support of ‘A Different Kind of Truth’ by working both older and new songs into their sets. It appears as though the next two tracks that might finally appear in front of an audience will be ‘As Is’ and ‘Light Up the Sky.’
Van Halen may have bit off more than they can chew, and they know it. The veteran rockers made headlines earlier this year when they postponed 31 North American tour dates, and now those dates have been canceled.
There’s sad news to report as Gwenda Evans, the mother of U2 guitarist The Edge, has passed away. She died Monday (June 11) after a short illness. The guitarist was said to be surrounded by his family and bandmate Bono.
Roger Taylor’s vision has come to life as the ‘Queen Extravaganza’ opened Thursday night (May 31) at Detroit’s Fox Theater. The drummer set out last year to put together a production of musicians that could pull off the Queen catalog with the idea that it would keep the aging band’s legacy alive for future generations.
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