Monthly Archives: August 2014

Al Sharpton – Marquette Teachers Contract – Labor Day

Marquette, MI – August 30, 2014 – Would Al Sharpton Defend Marquette Teachers on Labor Day? Al Sharpton targeted by ITRM (In The Right Mind) Our First FAKE INTERVIEW took a speech

Get Texts from, Tune In for Bret Michaels & Other Stars on Today’s MDA Telethon

Image Courtesy of Muscular Dystrophy AssociationJust a reminder that Poison frontman Bret Michaels is among the stars who will appear on the MDA Show of Strength Telethon, benefiting the Muscular Dystrophy

Turtles Hits Get Boxed in New Vinyl Singles Collection

FloEdCo/Manifesto RecordsThe music of the legendary 1960s pop-rock group The Turtles will be celebrated with a special box set featuring a series of 7-inch vinyl discs boasting the band's biggest hits.

Kurt Cobain Loved Motley Crue, Says Vince Neil, and the Feeling Was Mutual

Anton Corbijn; Motley RecordsTo hear Vince Neil tell it, you'd never know that there was ever any hard feelings between heavy metal and grunge.

The Mötley Crüe singer tells the U.K.'s

Kick Off of Labor Day Weekend Blues Festival in Marquette, Michigan

Marquette, Michigan – August 29, 2014 – Kick Off of Labor Day Weekend Blues Festival in Marquette, Michigan happening right now!  It’s a big show tonight with Jeff Daniels and the Jimmys.

Neil Young Recording with Orchestra for Project Reportedly Titled “Storytone”

Image Courtesy of Danny ClinchAccording to multiple online reports, Neil Young has been working on a new music project that involves an orchestra. German composer Chris Walden has

Elton John to Be Joined by Chrissie Hynde at “End of Summer” Bash at UK Mansion Next Week

Joseph Guay; Dean ChalkleyElton John will raise money for his AIDS Foundation with a star-studded bash at his mansion in Windsor, England, on Thursday, September 4.

The "End of Summer

Watch New Trailer for “Led Zeppelin IV” Reissue; Robert Plant Takes ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Atlantic/Swan SongA new teaser trailer has premiered online offering a short preview of the forthcoming reissue of Led Zeppelin's classic 1971 album, Led Zeppelin IV. The clip, which runs for

The Beatles Finish in Top Five of “Time” Magazine’s List of Ultimate Pop Stars

CBS Photography 1965While a recent Harris Poll found that The Beatles are the most popular music act in the U.S., the Fab Four weren't quite fab enough to reach

Ex-Styx Singer Dennis DeYoung Releasing New Concert Video and CD in October

Frontiers RecordsIn March of this year, former Styx frontman Dennis DeYoung and his backing group rocked the El Rey Theater in Los Angeles with a set featuring many classic tunes from

Ishpeming Hematities (36) VS Iron Mountain Mountaineers (0) – 98.3 WRUP: 8/28/14

8/28/14  Iron Mountain, MI  – Excitement bristled in the air as the Back-to-Back State Champs took the field in Iron Mountain to kick off the Hematite Football season.  Mike Plourde and Bob

Robert Plant Says Jimmy Page “Should Get On and Do Something”

Ed Miles/Nonesuch RecordsRobert Plant says he's completely enthralled with the music he's making with his latest group, The Sensational Space Shifters, with whom he collaborated him on his soon-to-be-released studio album, Lullaby

Illustrated Book Based on Bruce Springsteen’s “Outlaw Pete” to Be Published in November

Simon & SchusterA new illustrated storybook based on Bruce Springsteen's 2009 song, "Outlaw Pete," is scheduled to be published on November 4. The book was the brainchild of

Mark David Chapman Says He Was “Such an Idiot” for Murdering John Lennon

NYS Department of Corrections and Community SupervisionEarlier this month, John Lennon's killer, Mark David Chapman, was denied parole for the eighth time since his incarceration for the December 8, 1980,

Stevie Nicks Debuts Lyric Video for New Song “Lady”

Warner Bros. RecordsStevie Nicks is out with the lyric video for "Lady," a song from her forthcoming solo album, 24 Karat Gold -- Songs from the Vault.

While fans have

Twelve-Disc Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble Collection Coming in October

Epic Records/Legacy RecordingsFrom 1983's first studio album, Texas Flood, through numerous posthumous releases, it's often been difficult to keep up with Stevie Ray Vaughan's complete discography. Now Epic Records is making

Dave Davies “Would Love to Do Some Form of a Kinks Reunion”; Puts Star Wars Spin on ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Cleopatra RecordsDave Davies is apparently not against a Kinks reunion project.

The founding Kinks lead guitarist posted a comment on Facebook Wednesday, writing, “I would love to do some form

Zombies Singer Colin Blunstone Says Band’s New Album Should Be Ready by Early 2015

Jacob Blickenstaff/TCI ArtistsThe Zombies just wrapped up a U.S. summer tour this past Sunday and now the band has headed back home to the United Kingdom, where the influential pop-rock