Chad Childers has been a music lover since his parents dragged him along to an Aerosmith/Bachman Turner Overdrive show as an infant. His love of music turned into a career in the mid-90s when he left a job in the Midwest as a librarian and moved to California to intern for Westwood One Radio. That led to work researching for Casey Kasem's countdown shows, writing and producing the alternative and active rock-related prep services SpinFax, The Fax, and Rip, Read and Rock as well as doing interviews across all music and entertainment formats.
Ticketmaster, Live Nation Say Concert Tickets Are Actually Underpriced
The argument is laid out that raising prices might limit scalpers and benefit the buyer.
Brian Johnson, Alice Cooper + Bret Michaels Highlight New Season of ‘The Big Interview Wit…
Alice Cooper, Bret Michaels and Cheap Trick will also sit down with Dan Rather for the AXS-TV series.
Danny Glover, Danny DeVito Take ‘Jumanji’ Franchise to ‘The Next Level’ in New Trailer
We hope for a better fate than when your grandparents play your video games.
Will Smith Thanks Fans for ‘Biggest Movie of My Career’
The actor has a reason to be blue.
Apple Officially Breaks Up iTunes, But What Happens to Your Music?
Apple's next move became clearer on Monday.
KISS’ Paul Stanley: Rock Hall ‘Treated Us Like Crap,’ Even on Induction Night
The singer calls out the organization on their behavior toward the band.
Scorpions Start Writing for Potential New Album in 2020
Klaus Meine is anxious to continue writing, but touring is on the horizon.
Watch Nicolas Cage Drown Heartache With Raging ‘Purple Rain’ Karaoke
Never meant to cause you any pain.
Sharon Osbourne Once Asked ‘Friends’ Star for a Threesome
Who did Sharon want to get friendly with?
Jon Bon Jovi Rips Kim Kardashian’s Fame + Reality TV
Bon Jovi rips on Kardashian's claim to fame.
Guns N’ Roses: Will They Record New Music?
In a rare interview, Axl Rose responded to the question on everyone's minds.
Watch Foo Fighters + Joe Walsh Bring ‘Rocky Mountain Way’ to Fenway Park
The Eagles and James Gang legend stepped out with Foo Fighters, bringing a blistering cover of 'Rocky Mountain Way' to Boston's Fenway Park crowd.