The Who will embark on a 37-date North American tour entitled ‘Quadrophenia and More’ this fall. Surviving members Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend will perform the 1973 album in its entirety, along with other popular songs from their catalog.
If you thought Robert Plant‘s latest new group, the Band of Joy, sounded great on their self-titled debut album, wait till you get a load of them in action on the brand-new ‘Live from the Artists Den’ DVD.
After much anticipation, Aerosmith has released the video for ‘Legendary Child,’ the first single from their upcoming album ‘Music from Another Dimension.’ The clip turns out to be the first of what promises to be a multi-part story featuring a rolling-skating young female hero.
Former Sebastian Bach drummer Mark ‘Bam Bam’ McConnell has died, reportedly due to kidney and liver failure. McConnell drummed with former Skid Row singer Bach between 1997 and 2005, and also performed as a member of the band Blackfoot in 2006 and 2007.
Great White singer Jack Russell was involved in a drunken boat crash recently, but as the now-sober rocker proudly explains, he wasn’t the one causing the damage, and luckily nobody got hurt very badly.
Ted Nugent responded to the notion that he’s not a moderate during an interview on ‘CBS This Morning’ by, well, flipping out a bit, offering — in off-color language — to perform sexual acts on both the male reporter and a nearby female producer if they could find someone who cares more about people and the planet than he does.
Adam 'MCA' Yauch of the popular and pioneering rap group Beastie Boys, died today (May 4) after a nearly three-year battle with cancer. The bold use of Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath and Aerosmith samples on their first album, 1986's 'Licensed to Ill,' helped introduce a whole new generation to hip-hop. The group would expand their sound by adding live instruments – MCA was one helluva bass player — and successfully weave rock, funk, jazz and punk influences into their later albums. Yauch's friend and peers took to Twitter immediately to express their love and sadness for this recently inducted member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame:
Levon Helm, former drummer for the Band, is in the final stages of his battle with cancer, according to a note posted on his official website. The legendary musician, whose voice gave life to classic songs such as ‘The Weight,’ ‘Up on Cripple Creek’ and ‘The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down,’ was thought to be recovered after a decade-old battle with the disease.
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