Few things get people as choked up as military reunions, and this one is no different. One look at this video, and you'll realize that all the little things we worry about on a daily basis really aren't worth the stress.
KISS singer/bassist Gene Simmons recently told Rolling Stone that he was open to a reunion performance of his band's original lineup when the group is inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in April, and now ex-KISS guitarist Ace Frehley says he'd also be up for playing with his old band mates at the event.
Black Sabbath sounds determined to keep recording its next album without drummer Bill Ward — in fact, they may have already lined up his replacement. But disappointed fans who had been looking forward to a full reunion of the band’s original lineup aren’t taking the news lying down.
Black Sabbath drummer Bill Ward has dropped a potential bombshell on the band’s recently announced original line-up reunion, stating that he will sit out of both the group’s recording sessions and tour plans unless he is offered a “signable” contract that financially reflects his contributions to the band’s history.
It seems to have all started with a report in Britain's "Birmingham Mail" tabloid that said the original Black Sabbath lineup is reuniting for a new album and tour. They even quoted guitarist Tony Iommi. Unfortunately, it's not true. At least not YET.
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