The Doors have already been the subject of multiple tribute albums, but the folks at Cleopatra Records have put together a new one that promises to see "the original riders on the psychedelic storm get their own minds blown by the leaders of the new psych rock movement."
Eagles co-founder Don Henley is famous for a lot of things -- he's a fine songwriter, a gifted singer, and a darn good drummer, too. It seems he can also be pretty quick to round up his legal team when someone ticks him off.
When Motley Crue announced their 'Final Tour,' they signed a legally binding "Cessation of Touring Agreement" forbidding their members from using their name in future live endeavors. In a new interview, Nikki Sixx explained that the band decided to take that approach as a matter of pride.
I was talking this morning about a friend of mine that had a connection with David Bowie. Astronaut Chris Hadfield did a version of Space Oddity, a David Bowie song. Certain clearances had to be made to get the song to be done. My friend Emm Gryner is the one that arranged the song for Chris and played on it too.
ZZ Top bassist Dusty Hill isn't the most-interviewed member of the band, but that doesn't mean he doesn't have his share of stories to tell -- like the time he drove himself to the hospital after accidentally shooting himself in the abdomen.
The career of guitar whiz Joe Satriani will be the subject of a new box set. On April 22, Sony/Legacy Recordings will release 'Joe Satriani: The Complete Studio Recordings,' a retrospective spanning his nearly 30 years as a solo artist.
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