Daily Archives: July 21, 2017

Guns N’ Roses celebrate 30th anniversary of “Appetite for Destruction” at intimate NYC gig; new tour dates added

Credit: Katarina BenzovaGuns N' Roses rocked New York City on Thursday night in front of an intimate, invite-only crowd at the famous Apollo Theatre in celebration of the 30th anniversary

Pearl Jam’s Stone Gossard memorializes Chris Cornell on late musician’s birthday

ABC/Randy HolmesThursday marked what would've been Chris Cornell's 53rd birthday. In honor of the occasion, Pearl Jam guitarist Stone Gossard shared an emotional tribute to the late Soundgarden frontman.

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David Gilmour’s “Live at Pompeii” concert film out on DVD in late September

Columbia RecordsWith the new concert film documenting David Gilmour's historic July 2016 performances in Pompeii, Italy, getting one-night-only theatrical screenings on September 13, comes word that the flick will be released as

Ex-Foreigner members Lou Gramm, Ian McDonald and Al Greenwood reunite with band at New York show

Karsten Staiger/MeinFotolandWhen Foreigner announced plans for their 40th anniversary tour, the band promised some of its original members would be making guest appearances at select shows during the trek. The

Stone Temple Pilots remember Chester Bennington as a “beacon of light and hope”

Suzi Pratt/Getty ImagesIn addition to his work with Linkin Park, Chester Bennington also briefly fronted Stone Temple Pilots. On their website, STP has posted a tribute in remembrance of Bennington, who died

Don Henley’s 70th birthday concert this Saturday reportedly will feature Eagles members, Stevie Nicks

Credit: Danny ClinchDon Henley turns 70 on Saturday, and the Eagles co-founder will celebrate his milestone birthday in a big way…with a star-studded concert at American Airlines Center in Dallas. While no

Bon “Appetite”! Guns N’ Roses’ classic debut album, “Appetite for Destruction,” turns 30 today

Geffen RecordsGuns N' Roses debut album, Appetite for Destruction, was released 30 years ago today. The record, which featured three hit singles -- "Welcome to the Jungle," "Paradise City" and