Posts Tagged ‘festival’

Supertramp man releases Mustang Run

Carl Verheyen has released a new instrumental solo album.

Thunder promise new album will be worth the wait

Thunder, fresh from their performance at last weekend’s Calling Festival on London’s Clapham Common, have promised that their upcoming tenth studio album will be worth a wait of six years.

Lemmy: Slash was there to help my recovery

Slash was a regular visitor at Lemmy’s house as he recovered from his recent health problems, the Motorhead man has revealed.

The Who plan 50th anniversary UK tour

The Who have announced a UK tour to celebrate the band’s 50th anniversary.

Duff won’t rule out main role in Velvet Revolver

Duff McKagan says he would consider fronting Velvet Revolver, but admits he’d rather bring in a specialist singer.

Michael Monroe: Hanoi Rocks will never reunite

Michael Monroe says that Hanoi Rock will never reunite again. Monroe, who fronted the group during two separate spells, believes that here’s no need to do so because his current solo group is “more of a band” than the unit that Hanoi became during their second incarnation.

Michael Schenker denies trying to take over Aerosmith

Michael Schenker has denied attempting to “take over” Aerosmith, the iconic US rock group who play at this evening’s Calling Festival on London’s Clapham Common. The German guitarist auditioned to replace Joe Perry back in 1979, but he claims that both parties were too spaced out to make anything of the liaison.

Bobby Womack dead, age 70

Soul singer Bobby Womack has died at the age of 70.

Larsen dusted off kit for Volbeat

Jon Larsen recalls having to dust off his drum kit when the chance to join Volbeat came along.

Jeff Beck pulls shows after health scare

Jeff Beck has cancelled the second leg of his European tour after seeking “urgent medical attention.”

Danko back with breakthrough producer

Danko Jones have reunited with producer Eric Ratz for their seventh album, due next year.

Punk icons bite back at Dickinson

Punk icons of the Dead Kennedys and the Damned have bitten back at Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson’s dismissal of their genre as “rubbish.”

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