Daily Archives: May 11, 2015

Metallica to Perform at 2015 X Games

Image Courtesy of BB Gun PressMetallica has made appearances at hockey and baseball games this year, and now they're going to take things to the extreme. The legendary metal

Compilation Celebrating Dylan, Other Pop & Rock Stars’ Relationship with Nashville Due Out in June

PRNewsFoto/Legacy RecordingsA new two-CD compilation titled Dylan, Cash, and the Nashville Cats: A New Music City that serves as an audio companion to a recently opened exhibit at the Country Music

Watch Paul McCartney Sing with Cover Band at His Stepson’s Graduation Party

MPL/Mary McCartneyHow's this for a dream come true? A cover band named Phase5 from the Tampa, Florida, area got to perform with none other than Paul McCartney over the weekend. The

Check Out Netflix Trailer for Bob Weir Documentary, “The Other One”

NetflixNetflix has rolled out an official trailer for The Other One: The Long, Strange Trip of Bob Weir, the new documentary that profiles the life of the founding Grateful Dead singer/guitarist that

Joy Mize of Manistique Wins Free Lunch for Liking WRUP on Facebook!

Manistique, MI – May 11, 2015 – Joy Mize of Manistique Wins Free Lunch for Liking WRUP on Facebook! Congratulations! Just stop into our offices at 3060 U.S. 41 in Marquette and

Bono Spoofs Bicycle Accident on “The Tonight Show”

Douglas Gorenstein/NBCBono and U2 made their long-awaited appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon Friday, after the frontman's bike accident last November forced them to cancel a week-long residency on

Jorma Kaukonen Says He’d Like Jefferson Airplane Members to Take Part in 50th Anniversary Event

Scotty Hall2015 marks the 50th anniversary of the formation of The Jefferson Airplane, one of the defining groups of the 1960s psychedelic music scene. While the band broke up

David Crosby, Ginger Baker to Take Part in Rock ‘n’ Roll Fantasy Camp This Fall

Image Courtesy of Rock 'n' Roll Fantasy CampTwo hugely influential musicians who first made their marks during the 1960s will headline an upcoming fall installment of Rock 'n' Roll Fantasy