Daily Archives: May 25, 2018

Lars Ulrich proud of “overwhelming” response to Metallica’s Day of Service

ABC/Randy HolmesThis past Wednesday, Metallica held their first Day of Service, a country-wide volunteering effort in coordination with the band's All Within My Hands charity foundation. In a piece written

“Southern Blood” brother: Gregg Allman died one year ago this Sunday

Credit: Ian RawnThis Sunday, May 27, marks the first anniversary of Gregg Allman's death. The Allman Brothers Band singer, keyboardist and songwriter passed away at the age of 69 from complications of

“Philly Forget Me Not”: Hall & Oates & pals will chow down at second annual HoagieNation Festival this weekend

Mick Rock/Wolfson EntertainmentLast year, Daryl Hall & John Oates introduced HoagieNation, their very own music and food festival, in their hometown of Philadelphia. On Saturday, the duo and their

The Beach Boys to receive special honor on Fourth of July, launch new tour tonight

Credit: Udo SpreitzenbarthThe Beach Boys have played a number of July 4 shows in Washington, D.C. over the years, and the band will return to the U.S. capital to perform

See Nick Mason play: Pink Floyd drummer’s new group schedules full European tour

Chris Peyton for VVVoidAfter making their live debut this past week with four intimate club shows in London, Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason's new group, Nick Mason's Saucerful of Secrets, has announced

Rock on, Stevie Nicks! Fleetwood Mac legend turns 70 on Saturday

Credit: Kristin BurnsStevie Nicks, whose mystical persona and poetic songs helped Fleetwood Mac become one of the world's most popular rock bands before she started an equally successful solo career, celebrates

Greg Lake tribute album, Moonchild,” co-produced by the late ELP frontman, available now

Manticore RecordsOne of the final projects that late Emerson, Lake & Palmer frontman Greg Lake worked on has just been released. It's a tribute album to his music called Moonchild, featuring

Megadeth shares remastered “The Skull Beneath the Skin” from “Killing Is My Business” reissue; Mustaine talks Metallica’s shelved “No Life ’til Leather” reissue

Credit: Jeremy SafferMegadeth has shared a remastered recording of the track "The Skull Beneath the Skin," which will be included on the upcoming reissue of the thrash band's 1985 debut

ZZ Top’s Billy Gibbons says his band’s Blues & Bayous Tour with John Fogerty will be “a good bang for the buck”

Courtesy of John Fogerty/CAAGet ready for a root-rock extravaganza, as ZZ Top and ex-Creedence Clearwater Revival frontman John Fogerty kick off their Blues & Bayous Tour tonight in Atlantic City, New Jersey.