Monthly Archives: February 2019

Stevie Nicks keeps her shawls in a vault…and other confessions

Courtesy of the Rock and Roll Hall of FameIn a new Rolling Stone interview marking her upcoming induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame as a solo artist, Stevie Nicks

Watch the trailer for Alice in Chains’ upcoming “Black Antenna” film project

Credit: Pamela LittkyAlice in Chains has released the trailer for Black Antenna, an upcoming sci-fi film based on the band's new album, Rainier Fog.

The 90-second clip features a variety of creepy images

2019 Record Store Day releases list includes vinyl from The Rolling Stones, David Bowie, Queen & more

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The 2019 installment of Record Store Day takes place Saturday, April 13, and the complete list of exclusive releases that will be available at independent record

Original Who drummer Doug Sandom dead at age 89

The Detours: John Entwistle, Doug Sandom, Roger Daltrey, Pete Townshend; Courtesy of The Who ArchivesDoug Sandom, who played drums in The Who before Keith Moon joined the band, died Wednesday, one day

Nikki Sixx ponders possibility of permanent Motley Crue reunion: “I miss the guys”

Credit: Paul BrownLast week, Motley Crue released a new song called "The Dirt (Est. 1981)," one of four tracks they recorded for the band's upcoming Netflix biopic, The Dirt. It was

Pete Townshend reveals that Roger Daltrey has started working on vocals for new Who album

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The Who's Pete Townshend has offered up another update about how things are progressing as the band continues work on its upcoming studio album. In the latest blog, posted

Ex-Youngbloods singer Jesse Colin Young shines on with new solo album, “Dreamers”

BMGFormer Youngbloods frontman Jesse Colin Young released a new solo album, Dreamers, earlier this month. The 14-track collection features finds the veteran folk-rocker reflecting on a variety of contemporary political

Sting to perform at fundraiser for St. Louis children’s charity in April

ABC/Paul LoboSting will headline the 23rd annual edition of Dinner with the Stars, an event presented by Variety the Children's Charity of St. Louis. It's scheduled for April 13

Ishpeming Hematites Boys Basketball (55) VS Gwinn ModelTowners (59) on 98.3 WRUP

Gwinn, Michigan – February 27th, 2019 – Playoff action begins from the ModelTown with the  Ishpeming Hematites boys and the Gwinn ModelTowners. The opening tip went to the Ishpeming Hematites, but they

In new documentary, Roger Daltrey visits Ohio high school attended by victims of 1979 Who concert tragedy

ABC/Richard CartwrightThe Who's Roger Daltrey appears in a short documentary about a dark moment in the history of the band.

Before a December 1979 Who show at Cincinnati's Riverfront Coliseum, 11 young

Motley Crue to kickstart upcoming NASCAR race as Grand Marshals

Credit: Paul BrownMotley Crue will kickstart engines as well as hearts when they serve as the Grand Marshals for the upcoming Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Auto Club 400 race, scheduled for

Dave Grohl lending throne to injured Old Dominion singer

ABC/Randy HolmesYet another person will be calling Dave Grohl "My Hero."

The Foo Fighters frontman is lending is famous throne, which he used during the band's 2015 tour after breaking his leg

The E Street Band’s Nils Lofgren to launch US tour in May in support of forthcoming solo album

Credit: Carl SchultzLongtime E Street Band member Nils Lofgren has announced dates for a new U.S. solo tour, which will take place in the late spring. The trek is plotted out

Watch mini documentary on return of Billy Corgan’s stolen “Gish” guitar

ABC/Randy HolmesEarlier this month, Smashing Pumpkins frontman Billy Corgan revealed that he finally found his beloved Gish guitar, an early-'70s Fender Stratocaster guitar that was stolen way back in 1992. Now,

Report: New Woodstock documentary to feature unseen footage of Neil Young, Janis Joplin

GAB Archive/RedfernsBill Gerber, one of the producers of the Academy Award-nominated 2018 remake of A Star Is Born, is working on a new film focusing on 1969's Woodstock festival that

Andy Anderson, former drummer for The Cure, dead at 68

Clifford Leon "Andy" Anderson, Lol Tolhurst, Paul 'Porl' Thompson and Robert Smith - 1984 (Photo by Brian Rasic/Getty Images)Andy Anderson, onetime drummer for The Cure, has died. He was 68 years old.

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Watch Joe Elliott, Sammy Hagar, Gregg Rolie help wish Journey’s Neal Schon a happy 65th Birthday

Credit: Mike Savoia - Savoia Photography LiveJourney guitarist Neal Schon turns 65 today, February 27, and in honor of his birthday, his wife, Michaele, organized a backstage surprise party at his side

Ishpeming Hematites Girls Basketball (53) VS Houghton Gremlins (51) on 98.3 WRUP

Houghton, Michigan – February 26th, 2019 – Tuesday night high school basketball action from the Keweenaw as the Hematites made the Trek to Houghton. The Gremlins fell to the Ishpeming Hematites on