Skylar Laine, a small town girl with big dreams, performed the Rod Stewart / Ronnie Wood penned Faces song ‘Stay With Me’ on ‘American Idol’ last night (Feb. 29), and her enthusiasm seemed to thrill the judges.
Meat Loaf has revealed that he has seen — and talked to — ghosts several times in his life. “I’ve seen them, I’ve been around them,” he explains. “Some are just energy left behind, and some are intelligent.”
Styx, Ted Nugent and REO Speedwagon are teaming up for a 30-date triple-threat summer tour named “The Midwest Rock ‘N Roll Express,” which will kick off May 1 in Hidalgo, Texas and cross all over the country before winding up in Gilford, N.Y. on July 7.
Kiss and Queen (featuring Adam Lambert on vocals) will headline separate nights of the 2012 Sonisphere Festival in England this summer. This news seemingly ends weeks of speculation as to whether or not Lambert would be joining Queen in some capacity.
Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band got the 2011 Grammy Awards off to a suitably overblown start with a big, string-section assisted live rendition of his current single, ‘We Take Care of Our Own.’
The Beach Boys, complete with their long-absent resident songwriting genius Brian Wilson, reunited on the stage of the 2012 Grammy Awards to perform their majestic single ‘Good Vibrations’ following tributes by some of today’s biggest indie and pop music stars.
Van Halen played a 15-song “dress rehearsal” concert last night (Feb. 8th) at the Los Angeles Forum. The set included four songs from their new album ‘A Different Kind of Truth,’ 10 classics and a by-all-accounts amazing Eddie Van Halen guitar solo showcase.
The long-silent Edward and Alex Van Halen have finally submitted to an interview in support of their new album ‘A Different Kind of Truth’ (reviewed here), and the correspondent they chose for this honor is none other than the one and only “Diamond” David Lee Roth, their very own lead singer.
You gotta stand up for your friends, and for yourself. Surely somebody told Aerosmith singer and ‘American Idol‘ judge Steven Tyler that lesson at some point during his childhood. And yet, he sat there passively as three different classic rock songs were savaged by various ‘Idol’ hopefuls in Portland, Oregon, including one of his very own tunes.
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