In Other Rock News… (January 23)
Looks Like The Fyre Festival Curse Is Continuing...
VIDEO: Dave Grohl Kindly Kicks Fan Off Stage
Migos Have Serious Power In The Producer Department For 'Culture II'
Big Changes At Raceway Park in 2018
First Rush…now Slayer?! This is not a great week for bands calling it a day!
Pearl Jam and Joe Perry make up the January 22 installment of “In Other Rock News.” Enjoy!
By now, many of you have heard that after over four decades of service to rock and roll, Rush have likely called it a career.
The Foo Fighters’ world tour in support of their new album Concrete and Gold has grown a little bigger, which will likely delight fans in the United States.
After a ton of buzz for seemingly year, pre-production has finally begun on the film adaptation of Motley Crue’s The Dirt, and one major casting decision has been unveiled in the process.
Rockstars have done commercials for years, but none are truly as great as this spot Paul Stanley, who celebrates his birthday today (January 20) did back in 2000 for Folgers coffee.
Since Tom Petty’s sudden passing in October 2017, an exact cause of death has not been released to the public until today (January 19) when Petty’s widow and daughter shared the final analysis from Medical Examiner – Coroner’s office.