Daily Archives: January 11, 2017

Ishpeming Hematites boys basketball team loses tough game to Negaunee Miners 78-33

Ishpeming, MI- January 11, 2017- It was a tough night for the Ishpeming Hematites boys basketball team as they fell to the Negaunee Miners. The Hematites actually played pretty well but the

Santana Extends Las Vegas Residency into November

Credit: Erik KabikCarlos Santana has announced that he'll be extending his band's long-running Las Vegas residency at the House of Blues all the way into the fall of 2017.

After previously

Metallica Debuts Two “Hardwired” Songs During First World Tour Date

ABC/Randy HolmesMetallica played the first date of their worldwide tour in support of their new album Hardwired...to Self-Destruct today in Seoul, South Korea. The show saw the live debut of the album's

Health Issues Force Asia’s John Wetton to Withdraw from Cruise to the Edge, Band’s US Tour with Journey

Courtesy of Glass Onyon PRSome disconcerting news from Asia frontman John Wetton, who has been battling cancer recently.

The 67-year-old prog-rocker has announced that because of medical reasons, he will be unable to

Bon Jovi Wants You…to Be Their Opening Act

Norman Jean RoyWhy bother hiring an opening act for your tour who everyone has already heard of? That's the thinking behind Bon Jovi's latest fan contest.

The group will kick off their

Billy Corgan to Travel America on “Thirty Days” Project

Credit: Scarlet PageBilly Corgan has announced a new project called "Thirty Days," an endeavor that will take the Smashing Pumpkins frontman across the United States on a month-long road trip filled with

Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Weeknd Join U2 as Bonnaroo Headliners

Image courtesy BonnarooWe already know U2's making their first-ever appearance at this year's Bonnaroo Festival. Now we've got the rest of the lineup, too.

Joining U2 as headliners at the 16th annual

Eddie Vedder Performs Ahead of President Obama’s Farewell Address

Scott Olson/Getty ImagesPresident Obama delivered his farewell address in Chicago Tuesday night -- with the help of Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder.

Before the Obama spoke, the Evanston, Illinois native performed a short acoustic

Jake Clemons to Help Celebrate His Late Uncle Clarence’s 75th Birthday at New York Tribute Concert

Kevin Mazur/WireImage; Lisa MacIntoshLate E Street Band saxophonist Clarence Clemons would've turned 75 today, and to mark the milestone birthday, a tribute show is being held at The Cutting Room in New