Daily Archives: May 8, 2018

Neil Young working on animated video companion to his 1982 “Trans” album

Geffen RecordsNeil Young is working on an animated film based on his synthesizer-heavy 1982 album Trans, a project he'd initially planned to be part of the futuristic concept record's original release.

The folk-rock

Rockin’ the Parade: Styx’s Chuck Panozzo to serve as grand marshal of Florida LGBT pride parade

Daniel Knighton/FilmMagicFounding Styx bassist Chuck Panozzo has signed on to be the grand marshal of the 19th annual Wilton Manors Stonewall Pride Parade & Festival, taking place June 16 in Wilton Manors,

…And ABBA for All: Watch Metallica members cover “Dancing Queen” in Sweden

ABC/Randy HolmesAfter covering Europe's "The Final Countdown" in Stockholm over the weekend, Metallica's Kirk Hammett and Rob Trujillo paid tribute to another Swedish icon at the band's second show in the city

Watch Dave Grohl almost break his leg on stage, again

ABC/Fred WatkinsLightning almost struck twice for Dave Grohl when he nearly broke his leg -- again -- during Foo Fighters' headlining performance at Florida's Welcome to Rockville festival late last month.

In newly

Seattle museum launching Pearl Jam exhibit in August

ABC/Craig SjodinTo celebrate Pearl Jam's upcoming shows in their home city, taking place August 8 and 10 in Safeco Field, Seattle's Museum of Pop Culture is opening a special exhibit

Whitesnake’s David Coverdale says new album’s release has been delayed by “a technical catastrophe”

Miikka Skaffari/FilmMagicWhitesnake's David Coverdale recently told ABC Radio that the band had completed a new studio called Flesh and Blood that he was expecting to release this year, but the singer now