Congratulations to Paul Simon for nabbing the 2012 Polar Music Prize, which is awarded annually in Sweden to one contemporary artist and to one classical artist. Cellist Yo-Yo Ma grabbed the award on the classical side.
Commuting is a stressful daily activity for much of the American workforce and it is not something people enjoy doing. But it may be worse for you than you thought, since several factors involved in commuting contribute to poor health.
Multitasking may often mean that we sometimes do too many things just “okay,” as opposed to a few things “very well.” But studies show that doing a lot at once makes us feel good, hence why we engage in such behavior.
Eddie Van Halen‘s pup Kody Van Halen is a rock star in his own right. Forget his bipedal owner being the most famous member of the Van Halen clan. This four-legged creature has his own Facebook page and he’s been snapped in public repeatedly. He’s a rock ‘n’ roll, A-list pup.
Mick Jagger has been confirmed as the host for the season finale of ‘Saturday Night Live,’ closing the chapter on the storied sketch show’s 37th season, according to ScreenCrush. Jagger has appeared on ‘SNL’ multiple times as the musical guest with the Rolling Stones, but this is his first foray as the host. The finale airs May 19.
Classic rockers like Paul McCartney, Bruce Springsteen and more are planning to participate in the always hilarious Jimmy Fallon’s first comedy album in a decade. The comedian/late night talk show host/former ‘SNL’ star will release ‘Blow Your Pants Off,’ his first comedy disc since 2002′s ‘The Bathroom Wall,’ on June 12. Clearly, Fallon has friends in high places.
As if warm weather, the beach, baseball games and comic book-themed blockbuster movies weren’t enough reason to look forward to summer, Pink Floyd just gave us another reason. The band will release ‘The Story of Wish You Were Here’ on DVD and Blu-ray on June 26 via Eagle Rock.
And now, for the discerning person with enough hubris and ego to actually think that even their urine is creative, we present Guitar Pee, an interactive urinal. Wait, what? No, make that WTF? We know, it’s just wrong on all sorts of levels and we haven’t even gotten to the hook yet. No pun intended.
Kiss bassist Gene Simmons appeared on Fox News Channel’s ‘Fox & Friends’ and the hot topics The Demon touched on included the 2012 election, President Obama, who he supported in 2008, and of course, a Gene business endeavor in the form of his Rock & Brew bar that’s launching near the Los Angeles Airport.
Here’s a riddle, of sorts. What’s a “Squackett?” No, it’s not some hybrid bird created in a lab, unless you want to get metaphorical and consider music a bird and a studio a lab. It’s what you get when you cross Yes bassist Chris Squire (who has played on every one of said band’s records) and onetime Genesis guitarist Steve Hackett. The duo will release ‘A Life Within a Day’ on May 29 via Esoteric Antenna.
The City of Brotherly Love is like an adopted (and geographically nearby) home for Bruce Springsteen. Jersey’s favorite son has a long and storied history with (the streets of) Philadelphia and now, the Springsteen Memories Roadshow is making its first pit stop in Philly on April 21.
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