Malcolm Young retired from AC/DC as a result of dementia, his family have confirmed.
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Krystal Keith wrapped her North American tour on September 27 at the Susquehanna Bank Center outside Philadelphia. She was also a special guest on proud papa Toby Keith’s Shut Up And Hold On Tour. While her father might be famous, it’s her own talent that is winning her critical praise and fans across the country. Keith was recently the subject of USA Today’s “Eight Fun Facts,” in which she revealed that she doesn’t like foods that start with the letter “M,” she’s a licensed cosmetologist and she hasn’t had a soda since she was nine years old. Keith loves being on stage but also enjoys spending time in the kitchen
Dallas native and rising country sensation Jenna Jentry’s mixture of big city country and small town charm has led to opening slots with The Band Perry, Scotty McCreery, Travis Tritt and others. More significantly, it caught the attention of country star and “redneck woman” Gretchen Wilson, who produced Jentry’s self-titled EP. Due Oct.
AC/DC and Fleetwood Mac are the bookies’ favourites to headline next year’s Glastonbury festival.
Lee Ann Womack is finally making the music she wants to make. Lee Ann’s new album is a collection of country covers called “The Way I’m Livin’.” Lee Ann tells the Associated Press for years she was pressured to produce hits, but once she fulfilled her contract with MCA Nashville, she let out a sigh […]
What do you get when you mix the blissful electronic pop stylings of bands like Everfound with the moody, emotive vocals found on a Tenth Avenue North record? Some might say sheer confusion, but confusion is far from the outcome when OBB is the end result. In fact, what you’ll find instead is something unexpectedly fun and refreshing.
George Jones is getting his own museum. The man often regarded as the greatest country music singer of all-time will be celebrated and remembered with the George Jones Museum, a new facility set to open in downtown Nashville. George Jones Dead at 81 “We are overjoyed to share George’s legacy and memory with the Nashville community,” Jones’ widow Nancy Jones said in a statement announcing the museum. “We hope that this will draw George’s friends and fans worldwide to our great city. George and I made this our home, and he would be happy to know that we found a home to continue his legacy in the heart of Music City.” While no timetable has been given for the museum’s opening, the building is already standing: a former multi-story nightclub on Second Avenue, just north of Nashville’s famed strip of honky-tonks on Lower Broadway
The first trailer for Paul Thomas Anderson ‘s ” Inherent Vice ” has finally been unleashed to the world, and it’s nothing short of amazing. With an all-star cast that includes Joaquin Phoenix , Reese Witherspoon , Josh Brolin , Owen Wilson , and Benicio Del Toro , the Thomas Pynchon adaptation feels alive with humor, weirdness, and the perfect amount of cool. “Inherent Vice” hits theaters December 12, 2014.
Greg Prato of the Long Island Pulse spoke with Judas frontman and Metal God, Rob Halford. Some quotes from the article appear below. Discussing the band’s performance with James Durbin on American Idol strong: “We’d been following what James Durbin had been doing on the show, and James was bringing metal onto American Idol , which no other artist had done up until that point. There was some kickback from certain elements of the metal community, saying, ‘What the hell are you doing?
9.29.14 – New live album recorded in Asia…
Carrie Underwood is once again wearing her faith on her musical sleeve. Carrie Underwood’s NFL Video Co-Stars Revealed It’s been nine years since the country superstar released “Jesus, Take the Wheel,” the Grammy-winning, double-platinum-selling song that spent six weeks at Number One. Back then, she was fresh off her American Idol win and the new toast of Nashville. Fast forward to today, and she’s the top-earning Idol alum of all time, according to Forbes, and is kicking off her first greatest hits compilation with another spiritual heartstring-tugger.