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Eagles Heading Down Under

The Eagles will be taking their 'An Evening With The Eagles' tour Down Under in 2019. The Eagles just announced a slate of dates in Australia and New Zealand next March, their first trip to the continent since Glenn Frey's death in 2016. The current lineup includes Vince Gill and Glenn's son Deacon Frey stepping…

Alice Cooper Reveals The One Person Who Won't Call Him Alice

Alice Cooper may have been born Vincent Furnier, but if you look at his license, it will say Alice Cooper. That's because the legendary singer legally changed his name in 1975. However there are two people in the world who refuse to call him Alice. His mother and Keith Richards. Speaking to Syracuse.com, Cooper says…

Paul McCartney Reveals John Lennon's Fear

Many of us worry about how we'll be remembered after we're gone and it turns out that John Lennon was no different, despite being one of the biggest rock stars on the planet. Paul McCartney made this revelation Sunday night on 60 Minutes in a wide-ranging interview as part of the promotion for the former…

Will U2 Tour Again?

Bono Reveals He Doesn’t Know If U2 Will Ever Tour Again As It Gets Harder Every Time As the saying goes, father time is undefeated and it appears to be catching up with Bono. Bono says he can't do as much as he use to be able to do. He use to meet with 100…

David Bowie Tried To Save Scott Weiland Before His Death

David Bowie apparently knew that Scott Weiland was in a bad place shortly before his death, and reached out to the STP singer in an attempt to save him. Bowie contacted a mutual friend, MTV 120 Minutes host Matt Pinfield, to make the connection, which Pinfield details in his book All These Things That I’ve Done: My…

Could Led Zeppelin Reform Without Robert Plant?

Led Zeppelin formed 50 years ago, and broke up 38 years ago. In the time since the passing of drummer John Bonham in September 1980, the band has only officially reunited three times. To celebrate the band's huge milestone, rumors swirled that they might play some shows, but those never came to pass and a coffee table…

Paul Stanley Says His Career Has Been "So Amazing"

Paul Stanley recently sat down with Forbes for a long ranging interview about his career and fatherhood as part of their "Who I Am" series. The KISS frontman reveals that it was seeing the Beatles on The Ed Sullivan Show that made him want to become a musician. Speaking about his career, Stanley says "It's been so amazing,"…

New R.E.M. Box Set Announced

Legendary rockers R.E.M. are set to release a new box set of their many BBC performances called R.E.M. at the BBC. The set includes performances spanning from 1984 all the way to 2008, a DVD of various televised performances and interviews, and a 60-minute documentary that was never released in the U.S. R.E.M. from the…

Ukraine To Roger Waters: You Just Made The List...

Pink Floyd founder Roger Waters has been added to a list of threats to Ukraine national security. Waters was added to the Ukraine's infamous 'Mirotvorets', or 'Peacekeeper' list, for his controversial comments on Russia and the Crimean occupation. The Mirotvorets list is a database of militias and other dissidents deemed a threat to the Ukrainian…

JUDAS PRIEST: Not a Gay Activist, But...

Rob Halford says he's not one to get overtly political with his music, but that sometimes he doesn't really have to in order to make a point. He tells Rochester, New York's City Newspaper that when he stands "on stage in Saint Petersburg in Russia, that's a victory for gay people. Sometimes you don't have to say anything. You…