Daily Archives: February 15, 2019

Metallica’s WorldWired tour passes $150 million

ABC/Randy HolmesMetallica is hardwired...to make a whole lot of money.

The metal legends' WorldWired tour, in support of the 2016 album Hardwired...to Self-Destruct, has now grossed over $150 million, Billboard reports.

The international trek,

Bob Weir, Chris Robinson among many artists confirmed to play 2019 Lockn’ Festival

Courtesy of Lockn' FestivalThe initial lineup of the 2019 Lockn' Festival has been revealed, and among the artists confirmed to perform at the jam-heavy extravaganza are The Grateful Dead's Bob Weir, Chris

The Doors’ Robby Krieger contributes new guitar solo to remix of 1978 Ray Manzarek song

Kevin Winter/Getty ImagesThe Doors' Robby Krieger has contributed a new slide-guitar solo to a fresh remix of "America," a 1978 song by late keyboardist Ray Manzarek's short-lived post-Doors band Nite City.

The track

Listen to previously unreleased Tom Petty song, “For Real,” from the upcoming compilation “The Best of Everything”

Credit: Allan Tannenbaum; Geffen Records/UMeAs the March 1 release of the new Tom Petty compilation The Best of Everything approaches, a previously unreleased track titled "For Real" that appears on the

GAME CANCELLED – The Ishpeming Hematites Boys Basketball Team Hosts the Manistique Emeralds Tonight on WRUP 98.3

UPDATE: This game has been cancelled due to unsafe travel conditions. This game will not be made up.   Ishpeming, MI  –  February 15, 2019  –  The Ishpeming Hematites Boys Basketball team

Little Steven releases vinyl box set, Blu-ray versions of “Soulfire Live!” featuring performance with McCartney

Wicked Cool Records/UMeA seven-LP vinyl box set and a two-disc Blu-ray collection featuring expanded versions of Soulfire Live!, the album capturing performances by E Street Band guitarist "Little Steven" Van Zandt and

2017 Journey show featuring band performing “Escape,” “Frontiers” albums to be released as CD/DVD set

Eagle Rock EntertainmentOn February 7, 2017, Journey played a special concert at Tokyo's famed Budokan arena showcasing the band's two most successful and beloved studio albums, 1981's Escape and 1983's

Bob Seger & the Silver Bullet’s final tour extended into June

Credit: Ken SettleBob Seger and his Silver Bullet Band's Roll Me Away farewell tour just keeps rolling along. A dozen new U.S. dates have been added to the trek, which now extends