Daily Archives: July 23, 2014

Ronnie Wood’s Wife Says Children Could Be in the Couple’s Future

Mark Robert Milan/GC ImagesThe Rolling Stones' Ronnie Wood has four grown children and is a grandfather eight times over, but his wife of two years, Sally Humphreys, says she'd like to have

Judas Priest’s Future May Include More Concert Dates and Another Studio Album

Image Courtesy Epic RecordsJudas Priest guitarist Glenn Tipton says the band may be getting a second wind.

Tipton tells tells Powerline that the addition of guitarist Richie Faulkner has "injected

Eddie Vedder Tapped to Sing During Seventh-Inning Stretch of Thursday’s Chicago Cubs Game

Image Courtesy Jeffrey R. Staab/CBSIt's become a regular event: At least once per baseball season, Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder sings "Take Me Out to the Ball Game" during the seventh-inning stretch

Blondie to Be Featured on New Season of Ovation’s “Song by Song” Series

Image Courtesy of F. Scott SchaferBlondie will be one of the music stars whose tunes will be profiled in the upcoming third season of Ovation's Emmy-nominated documentary series, Song by

Best of Ozzy Osbourne’s Solo Years Compiled for “Memoirs of a Madman” Audio and Video Collections

Epic Records/Legacy RecordingsBlack Sabbath singer Ozzy Osbourne has released 10 solo albums so far. If you don't already have them all, on October 7, his best-known solo material will be

2014 Rock’n’Blues Fest Tour to Continue in Homage to the Late Johnny Winter

Image Courtesy of Johnny WinterBefore his sudden death on July 16 while on tour in Zurich, Switzerland, blues guitar legend Johnny Winter had been scheduled to hit the road next week with

Bob Geldof’s Daughter Died of Heroin Overdose, Inquest Rules

Alex Huckle/GC ImagesThe surprise death in April of Bob Geldof's daughter, 25-year-old British TV presenter, model and journalist Peaches Geldof, was caused by a heroin overdose, a coroner has ruled.

ZZ Top’s Dusty Hill Says He’s Looking Forward to Getting Rid of the “Stones in My Passway”

Image Courtesy of Ross HalfinZZ Top announced on Monday that it has to postpone the start of its U.S. summer tour because bassist Dusty Hill needs surgery to remove a pair of

Ted Nugent’s Idaho Concert Cancelled Due to What Casino Calls “Racist Attitudes and Views”

Frontiers RecordsTed Nugent's penchant for speaking his mind has gotten him into hot water again. The Coeur d'Alene Tribe has canceled the "Motor City Madman's" August 4 appearance at its

One Month In, KISS/Def Leppard Tour Is a Giant Success

Courtesy of KISS and Def LeppardIt's a month into KISS' 40th anniversary tour -- a co-headlining outing with Def Leppard -- and a source for the trek tells ABC News Radio, "It's