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Gerry Marsden has died of a heart infection at the age of 78. The British singer became famous as the front man of Gerry and the Pacemakers: best known for their version of You’ll Never Walk Alone. His family said he died on Sunday after a short illness not linked to Covid-1. ,,We will never […]

ZZ Top’s Billy Gibbons announces his sixth Jungle Show concert with Jimmie Vaughan, Mike Flanigin, Sue Foley and Chris Layton at Antone’s in Austin, Texas. ,,The Jungle Show has always been a great way for us to start the new year in rock style.” The five musicians are livestreaming their annual performance between Christmas and […]

Till Lindemann has opened an erotic webshop called Doctor Dick. Not a surprising turn for the Rammstein singer whose music has proven to be quite titillating. Lindemann laughs. ,,We can’t celebrate 2020 without my vibrator Tilldo.” The sex toy is inspired by the rocker’s stage microphone. According to the vibrator’s product description, the completely handmade […]

The visitors from MusicRadar votedDEF LEPPARD‘s Rick Allen as “Best Rock Drummer In The World!” Power of human spiritThis month marks 36 years since the life-altering accident suffered by Rick Allen in which he lost his left arm in an auto accident in England. ,,I remember waking up in the hospital and then realizing what had happened to […]

What is Slash’s all time favorite album? In an interview on KLOS’ “Jonesy’s Jukebox,” the Guns N’ Roses guitarist answered that question, narrowing it down to a handful of records from The Rolling Stones, unable to pick just one absolute favorite. Slash’s unique playing style is a blend of ’60s and ’70s rock greats, having […]

The Red Hot Chili Peppers have announced that guitarist John Frusciante has returned for a third stint with the funk-rock band. The group broke the news via their Instagram page, with a simple message explaining the change. “The Red Hot Chili Peppers announce that we are parting ways with our guitarist of the past ten […]

On December 6, AC/DC’s 1980 breakthrough album “Back in Black” was certified by the Recording Industry Association Of America for U.S. shipments of 25 million copies. “Back in Black” first went platinum in October 1980 and had previously been certified 22 times platinum in December 2007. The RIAA lists “Back In Black” as the fourth biggest-selling album of all time. On July 25, 1980, AC/DC released “Back In […]

Eagles have announced two massive shows in London next year that will see the band playing their landmark 1976 Hotel California album in its entirely. Don Henley, Joe Walsh, Timothy B. Schmit, Deacon Frey and Vince Gill will perform at Wembley Stadium on August 29 and 30 – their only European concerts in 2020. And, […]

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December 2, 2019

Slayer’s lengthy farewell tour and the thrash metal legends’ four-decade touring career came to an end Saturday with what was billed as the band’s final concert ever at the Forum in Inglewood, California. Following the conclusion of “Angel of Death,” the last song of the final show, Slayer spent 10 more minutes onstage, with band […]

It’s long been rumoured that Paul McCartney will headline 2020’s 50th Anniversary Glastonbury festival. Now McCartney himself seems to have confirmed the news with a cryptic tweet that combines pictures of Philip Glass, Emma Stone and Chuck Berry. Unless Macca is simply telling us what’s on his CD player at the moment, this would seem to spell out the word Glastonbury (Glass-Stone-Berry, geddit?).