Daily Archives: July 17, 2018

Journey’s Neal Schon to donate guitars and memorabilia to new Oklahoma museum

Neal Schon, Michaele Schon and OKPOP director Jeff Moore (PRNewsfoto/Neal Schon)Founding Journey guitarist Neal Schon will be donating part of his personal collection of memorabilia and instruments to the Oklahoma Museum of

Watch Flea in trailer for upcoming film “Boy Erased”

Credit: Steve KerosRed Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea has a role in the upcoming film Boy Erased, and you can catch a glimpse of him in the movie's new trailer.

Boy Erased stars

“Ramble On”: Robert Plant adds extra US concerts to 2018 tour itinerary

Credit: Mads PerchAfter previously lining up four U.S. festival appearances in September, Robert Plant has expanded his upcoming tour schedule to include seven additional stateside concerts that month. The newly announced

Foo Fighters’ Chris Shiflett selling guitar collection

Credit: Brantley GutierrezFoo Fighters guitarist Chris Shiflett is unloading some gear. The musician is selling 20 of his personal guitars through the website Reverb.com.

"I have an excess of guitars that I've gotten

Pour some! New Def Leppard beer to flow at restaurant chain co-owned by KISS members

PRNewsFoto/Rock & BrewsDef Leppard recently teamed up with the Seattle-based Elysian Brewing Company to create their own beer, Def Leppard Pale, which was introduced in late May. Now comes word

Soundgarden’s “A-Sides” vinyl reissue to get wide release in August

Credit: Michael LavineSoundgarden's compilation album A-Sides was released on vinyl for the first time on this year's Record Store Day, but if your local record store didn't have a copy,

It will rock you: New trailer for ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’

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A new trailer for the Queen/Freddie Mercury biopic Bohemian Rhapsody will have fans stomping and clapping along with "We Will Rock You/We

Virtual version of “David Bowie Is” exhibit to debut in the fall

Credit: Jimmy King"David Bowie Is," the expansive exhibit saluting the influential rocker's multifaceted career, closed on July 15 after a four-month run at New York City's Brooklyn Museum of Art,