Daily Archives: September 25, 2018

Mick Jagger-signed guitar being auctioned to raise money for Prince Albert of Monaco’s charity

Gary Miller/FilmMagicHow would you like to own a guitar that belonged to and was signed by Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger? Well, you'll have the chance to purchase one tomorrow, but you'll

Blondie hosting four-day Havana excursion featuring the band’s first-ever concerts in Cuba

Credit: Andrew ThompsonBlondie will travel to Havana, Cuba, next year to host a special vacation experience that will include a variety of musical performances and other activities.

The "Blondie in Havana"

Rust at Sea: Megadeth announces inaugural MegaCruise

Credit: Jeremy SafferIf you want to spend several days in the middle of the ocean with Megadeth, then you're in luck: The metal legends have announced the inaugural MegaCruise, which

Watch puppet Slash rock out in video for Conspirators single “Driving Rain”

ABC/Randy HolmesSlash and his band Myles Kennedy & the Conspirators have released the video for "Driving Rain," the lead single off the group's new album, Living the Dream.

The clip, which mixes live-action

The Rolling Stones to release expanded concert video from 1994 “Voodoo Lounge” tour

Eagle Rock EntertainmentIn 1995, The Rolling Stones released a concert video titled Voodoo Lounge Live featuring footage from a November 1994 show at Joe Robbie Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida. Now

Ex-Slayer drummer Dave Lombardo says late guitarist Jeff Hanneman “wouldn’t want to retire”

Christie Goodwin/Getty ImagesEx-Slayer drummer Dave Lombardo has shared a tribute to late guitarist Jeff Hanneman, who died five years ago. In the piece, published via Metal Hammer, Lombardo writes that if

Rod Stewart admits he’s “left a lot of broken hearts” behind: “I was a real coward”

Credit: RankinRod Stewart is famous for his relationships with some of the world's most desirable women, but he admits that when it came to ending those relationships, he could have

Kiss’ Gene Simmons hoping his new book about the “27 club” will help people battling depression

Simmons Books/powerHouse BooksKiss singer/bassist Gene Simmons has published a new book focusing on the "27 club," that informal collective of unfortunate stars who passed away at the age of 27. Titled