Daily Archives: February 2, 2018

Ishpeming Boys Basketball lose a classic to Iron Mountain

It was the showdown of top-ranked UP basketball teams tonight as the Ishpeming Hematites traveled to Iron Mountain to take on the number one ranked Mountaineers. Ishpeming kept things close until the

Drive This Way: Steven Tyler ages in reverse in new Kia commercial set to air during the Super Bowl

Courtesy of Kia Motors AmericaAerosmith singer Steven Tyler stars in a new car commercial for Kia's sporty Stinger GT model that will air during the third quarter of Super Bowl LII

Elton John sells out first 60 shows of farewell tour, more dates to be added

David LachappelleSeems like a lot of fans want to help Elton John say farewell to that Yellow Brick Road.

Today, the first 60 shows of Elton's final tour went on sale, and all

Listen to the incendiary title track from Judas Priest’s upcoming album, “Firepower”

Epic RecordsJudas Priest has treated fans to another rocking taste of its forthcoming studio album, Firepower, as the disc's title track and lead cut can be heard now at the legendary metal

Official Led Zeppelin book to be published in October, available for pre-order now

Reel Art PressNew details have been revealed about the recently reported official Led Zeppelin book that will be published this year in honor of the 50th anniversary of the band's formation.

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Ozzy Osbourne’s “World Detour” reality series with son Jack renewed for third season

Bill Rademaeker/A&EAll aboard another round of Ozzy & Jack's World Detour. According to Deadline, the reality travel series starring Ozzy Osbourne and his son Jack has been renewed for a third season.

The

The Pretenders to launch brief US tour after supporting Phil Collins on his Latin American trek

Credit: Jill Furmanovsky

The Pretenders will briefly be hitting the road in the U.S. this spring on a headlining trek that will follow their stint opening for Phil Collins on his upcoming tour

Roger Daltrey adds New York City date to solo tour featuring The Who’s “Tommy” performed with an orchestra

ABC/Richard CartwrightWho frontman Roger Daltrey has added a new date to his recently announced U.S. summer tour that will feature a performance of his band's 1969 rock opera, Tommy, with orchestral accompaniment