Daily Archives: December 9, 2015

Report: Sleeping Pills, Painkiller & “Baggies of White Substance” Found on Scott Weiland’s Tour Bus

Credit: Jamie WeilandThe search warrant and affidavit used to investigate Scott Weiland's tour bus, obtained by Billboard, reveals the substances that were found on the vehicle, where

Robert Plant Records Song for Upcoming Charity Album to Help Refugees

Credit: Ed MilesRobert Plant has recorded a new song for an upcoming concept album called The Long Road, which seeks to draw attention to the plight of refugees and

Indian Spiritual Retreat Visited by The Beatles in 1968 Opens as a Tourist Attraction

Hulton Archive/Getty ImagesThe abandoned site of a spiritual retreat in Rishikesh, India, where The Beatles spent time in 1968 has reopened to the public, according to BBC News.

The Eagles, Fleetwood Mac Among Top 10 Artists on “Forbes” Magazine’s 2015 List of Highest-Paid Musicians

James Glader; Danny ClinchClearly, it pays to stick around. Forbes has revealed its list of the World's Highest-Paid Musicians of 2015 and two of the most successful bands

Billy Joel to Make Wembley Stadium Debut in 2016

Credit: Myrna SuarezBilly Joel has played numerous iconic venues in his career, including both Shea and Yankee Stadiums, Chicago's Wrigley Field and Madison Square Garden. But in the coming

Robin Zander, Sebastian Bach & Other Stars to Mentor Young Rock Acts on New AXS TV Reality Series

AXS TVCheap Trick's Robin Zander and ex-Skid Row frontman Sebastian Bach are among the well-known music artists that will appear on a new AXS TV series called Breaking Band, which will

Dave Davies Says Kinks Biopic May Start Shooting in March; Is Working on New Music with Son Russ

Credit: Al PereiraFounding Kinks guitarist Dave Davies says he's excited that a long-in-the-works biographical movie about his famous band finally seems to be ready to start filming soon. He tells