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Def Leppard Will Make New Album After Tour

Def Leppard is planning to keep busy through the end of this year and into 2019. When their "The Hysteria Tour" wraps in December, the band is going back into the studio. Front man Joe Elliott confirmed in a recent interview that the band will regroup after the tour and share the pieces of what…

Bon Jovi Makes The Onion

Never mind the millions of albums sold or top charting positions. Never mind the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction. You know you've really made it when The Onion writes an article about you. The satire site's story has rockstar Jon Bon Jovi bemoaning a former high school classmate who made it out of…

800 Pound Animal Escapes and Injures Two Zoo Workers

Talk about a rough day at the job. Two employees of a Rhode Island zoo suffered minor injuries when an 800-pound animal described as a "goat-antelope" escaped. The takin, native to the eastern Himalayas, was not happy when a team of vets approached to perform a routine hoof procedure. The animal charged the reinforced doors…

Slash Dives Into Video Game Music

Guns N'Roses guitarist Slash has a new side hustle - video game composer. Slash recently teamed up with composer Nicholas O'Toole for the song "Vanishing Point", which appears on the off-road racing game MX vs ATV All Out. Slash and O'Toole have collaborated before, on music for Slash's 2013 horror movie Nothing Left To Fear.…

Who Will Fill The Shoes When The Classic Rock Generation Retires?

With the Classic Rock generation set to retire, Dan DeLuca of the Philadelphia Inquirer asks a really good question: "Who's going to fill their shoes?" Paul Simon, Elton John, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Neil Diamond, and Ozzy Osbourne have all announced that they are retiring after their tours. With the losses of David Bowie, Prince and Tom…

Pizza Hut delivering beer?

Pizza Hut is testing out beer delivery. That's the good news. The bad news is that it's only in California and Arizona. The restaurant will use 100 locations in the two states to see if the beer sales will stimulate pizza delivery numbers. Pizza Hut started the beer delivery project in Phoenix back in December.…

U2's San Jose Show Was Very Different

Maybe the band just got tired of playing the same songs for 30 plus years. When U2 rolled into San Jose's SAP Center on Monday night, they skipped playing some of their biggest hits. Left out of the set list were any songs from their critical acclaimed 1987 album The Joshua Tree, which includes "Where…

16-Year-Old Stowed Away In Rolling Stones Tour Truck

Authorities in Ireland made a surprising discovery in one of the Rolling Stones' tour trucks - a 16-year-old stowaway. Police say the teen was hiding in a truck being used for the upcoming Stones show in Dublin next week. The truck has travelled from Calais, France, to the UK and finally Ireland. Authorities say the…

You Could Soon Own Some Great Rock Photos

If you've ever wanted to own some photos of your favorite bands, now is your chance. Rock photographer Mark "Weissguy" Weiss​ is auctioning off some of his famous works. Bidding on the signed photos, which include KISS, Guns N' Roses, Ozzy Osbourne, Robert Plant, Van Halen, Joan Jett, and Metallica, ends on May 30th. All…

GN'R Cutting Slur-filled Song From "Appetite For Destruction" Box Set

Guns N'Roses' upcoming Appetite For Destruction box set promises loads of bonus tracks and unreleased material. But one song will be noticeably absent - the infamous "One In A Million". "One In A Million" contains racist and anti-gay slurs, and also targets "immigrants". It appeared on the 1988 GN'R Lies EP, the rest of which…