Daily Archives: January 30, 2019

Jam with members of Alice in Chains, Stone Temple Pilots at Rock ‘n’ Roll Fantasy Camp

Courtesy of Rock 'n' Roll Fantasy CampHere's your chance to jam with grunge icons at Rock 'n' Roll Fantasy Camp.

Jerry Cantrell and Mike Inez of Alice in Chains, as well as Dean

Rolling Stones backing singer Bernard Fowler pays tribute to band on new solo album, “Inside Out”

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For the past 30 years, Bernard Fowler has toured with The Rolling Stones as a backing vocalist, and the singer is now tipping his hat to the rock

Elton John inspires a challenge on the new season of “Project Runway”

Matt Baron/ShutterstockFew rock stars have taken the kind of fashion risks that Elton John has during his career, so it makes sense that the music legend's life would provide the inspiration

David Bowie vinyl singles box set “Spying Through a Keyhole” to be released in April

ParlophoneFull details have been revealed about the recently announced David Bowie vinyl singles box set Spying Through a Keyhole (Demos and Unreleased Songs).

The collection, which consists of four seven-inch vinyl discs

Guitar signed by Chris Cornell tribute performers up for auction

ABC/Randy HolmesA limited-edition Gibson guitar signed by several artists who performed at the Chris Cornell tribute concert earlier this month is up for auction.

The guitar, a special ES-335 Gibson created in honor

“Let It Be”…again: Peter Jackson signs on for new version of Beatles film

The Beatles © Apple Corps Ltd.Today marks the 50th anniversary of The Beatles' final live performance, which took place on the roof of Apple's London offices during the sessions for Let It

Ace Frehley blasts “sex addict” Gene Simmons, insists “I was never fired from KISS,” asks for old job back

Miikka Skaffari/Getty ImagesOn his Facebook page, Ace Frehley has fired back at Gene Simmons, after a Guitar World interview in which the KISS bassist claimed to have "fired" the guitarist "three times...For

Rights to new David Crosby documentary, “Remember My Name,” acquired by Sony Pictures Classics

A.J. Eaton, David Crosby, Cameron Crowe (Henry Diltz)The North American rights to the new documentary David Crosby: Remember My Name, which premiered Saturday at the Sundance Film Festival in Utah, have been