Whitesnake had some of their fans concerned about the future when they dropped off the road earlier this year. At the time, they issued a statement that they were taking a break from touring to focus their efforts on the studio.
Most remember Freddie Mercury as the frontman for Queen, but a new documentary film takes things a little further by digging through the archives to chronicle the singer’s life, career, and even his solo projects.
Paul McCartney‘s latest musical project has a little bit of a modern cache to it. The vocalist revealed via Twitter that he’s working with the company behind the music for the popular video game ‘Halo.’
Bee Gees singer Barry Gibb says that even though it’s been an especially difficult period in his life, he does intend to return to music. Gibb’s brother Robinpassed away in May, following fellow Bee Gees sibling Maurice in 2003 and the lone solo Gibb, Andy, in 1988.
Aerosmith will not be playing in Bristow, Va. tomorrow night as was initially scheduled. According to the groups AeroForceOne website, the band has postponed the performance as singer Steven Tyler is currently under doctor’s orders to refrain from playing in order to provide complete vocal rest.
Piano great Joe Jackson is paying homage to a legend that came way before his time with the new covers album, ‘The Duke.’ The disc is a collection of reinterpreted Duke Ellington classics as done by Jackson and his band, along with special guests like Iggy Pop, Steve Vai, and The Roots’ Ahmir “?uestlove” Thompson among others.
Van Halen may have bit off more than they can chew, and they know it. The veteran rockers made headlines earlier this year when they postponed 31 North American tour dates, and now those dates have been canceled.
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