Posts Tagged ‘polls’

Lemmy can’t get enough of ABBA

Lemmy has revealed a secret love of Swedish pop icons ABBA.

Van Halen will bring Anthony back says Hagar

Sammy Hagar believes it’s just a matter of time before Michael Anthony rejoins Van Halen – and thinks the sooner it happens, the better.

Neil Young bassist Rosas dead at 65

Rick Rosas, bassist with Neil Young since the 1980s, has died at the age of 65, it’s been confirmed.

Grohl on Sonic Highways: ‘Never again’

Foo Fighters mainman Dave Grohl has ruled out making another album the way they made Sonic Highways – but he believes other bands could follow their lead.

Gus G details UK dates

Ozzy Osbourne and Firewind guitarist Gus G has announced he’ll play in London next month, followed by four UK dates in February next year.

Airbourne target 2015 release

Airbourne are looking at the second half of next year to launch their next album.

Tyler avoiding Joe Perry’s book

Steven Tyler says he won’t read bandmate Joe Perry’s autobiography because he has “to go onstage with him next year.”

Foos land Beeb in trouble

Foo Fighters track Something For Nothing has landed the BBC in trouble after the corporation broadcast the uncensored version twice within 12 hours.

May thought Queen arena shows were behind them

Brian May thinks it’s incredible that Queen are about to play an arena tour of the UK so many years after the death of Freddie Mercury.

Foo Fighters deliver fourth Sonic Highways track

The song features a cameo from Texas bluesman Gary Clark Jr, and was recorded at KLRU-TV Studio 6A in Austin.

Classic Rock Awards: video, gallery & quotes

The Classic Rock Roll of Honour awards show took place in Los Angeles on Tuesday. Hosted by Sammy Hagar, the evening saw awards presented to the likes of Joe Perry, Dave Mustaine and Ozzy Osbourne, while guest presenters included Henry Rollins, Billy Gibbons and Scott Ian. There were live performances from Scott Weiland and the Wildabouts, California Breed, and a rapturously received set from Rival Sons. The evening was finished with a performance by ad-hoc supergroup Kings Of Chaos, featuring Gilbons, Perry, Hagar, Glenn Hughes, Joe Elliott, Brian May and more.

The Rush song Geddy Lee forgot

Rush have released a video of the original lineup performing The Loser – a track Geddy Lee had forgotten about.

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