Posts Tagged ‘games’

Fish calls off gigs across mainland Europe

Fish has been forced to postpone a run of dates across mainland Europe because of viral laryngitis, he’s confirmed.

Twisted Sister success was a ‘shock’

Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider says their success in the 80s came as a shock as he never expected to front a big band.

Weekend Rock Question: What’s Leonard Cohen’s Best Song?

Leonard Cohen turned 80 earlier this year, and he celebrated by releasing his new album Popular Problems . It’s quite possibly the best LP ever created by an octogenarian, and next month he’s releasing the CD/DVD Live In Dublin . There’s no word on future tour dates, but we’re all hoping he’s going to go back on the road in 2015.

Dustin Lynch Shares Career Trepidation, Centers Himself With Garth

When Dustin Lynch first arrived on the scene, he did so brilliantly, busting out of the gate with the single “Cowboys and Angels.” The ballad peaked just shy of the top spot at Number Two, a good sign for anyone that a prosperous career was looming. But Lynch, a Tennessee native, still didn’t feel comfortable. The idea of being a one-hit wonder plagued him. Dustin Lynch Plots Next Album a Month After New LP Release “In the past, I was a little bit worried about the future,” Lynch admits to Rolling Stone Country .

Jagger copied James Brown’s moves

Mick Jagger says he tried to copy James Brown’s dance moves on stage during the early days of The Rolling Stones.

Nylon Maiden’s coming to get you

Dutch classical guitarist Thomas Zwijsen has released his second album of Iron Maiden covers. Nylon Maiden II, which is out now, follows the earlier Nylon Maiden, which featured contributions from former Maiden singer Blaze Bailey and Voodoo Six’s Tony Newton.

Priest blocked rock band from charity show

A UK rock band say they were blocked from playing a charity show after a priest saw their picture on a poster.

Wilko struggles to accept he’s alive

Wilko Johnson has admitted he’s struggling to accept the fact he’s still alive.

Aldrich, Blades & Castronovo reveal their supergroup

Former Whitesnake guitarist Doug Aldrich, Journey drummer Deen Castronovo and Night Ranger bassist Jack Blades have revealed details of their supergroup project.

Metallica perform For Whom The Bell Tolls on the Late Late Show

As part of Craig Ferguson’s final season hosting The Late Late Show, thrash titans Metallica are hosting a week-long residency performing one song per night.

Jethro Tull stream The Third Hoorah

Jethro Tull have launched a video to accompany The Third Hoorah from their 40th anniversary edition of War Child.

Adler vows to beat bottle

Former Guns n’ Roses drummer Steven Adler has been sober for 10 months – and says he’s aiming for a year away from drink before he goes back to work.

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