Vocalist Tod Howarth and bassist John Regan joined Frehley to perform "Rock Soliders" from Frehley's Comet's 1987 self-titled debut, and the 1974 KISS classic, "Cold Gin", as the final two tunes in Frehley's main set before the guitarist returned for an encore.
The pair were members of Frehley's first solo project after leaving KISS in 1982, appearing on both the debut and 1988's "Second Sighting" leases. The reunion took place by chance as Howarth and Regan's current band, Four By Fate, were also performing at the Poughkeepsie venue on a three-band bill headlined by Frehley. Four By Fate - which also includes guitarist Pat Gasperini and ex-Skid Row drummer Rob Affuso - released their album debut, "Relentless", last year.
Frehley will have another reunion with a former bandmate on September 20 when he joins fellow original KISS member Gene Simmons for a performance at The Children Matter Benefit Concert at CHS Field Stadium in St. Paul, MN on September 20 in support of victims of Hurricane Harvey. Watch video of the reunion jamhere.
"We have been informed by the St. Louis Police Department that they are not in a position to provide the standard protection for our audience as would be expected for an event of this size," said U2 and promoters Live Nation in a joint statement on Saturday. "We have also been informed that local crowd security personnel would not be at full capacity.
"In light of this information, we cannot in good conscience risk our fans' safety by proceeding with tonight's concert. As much as we regret having to cancel, we feel it is the only acceptable course of action in the current environment."
Fans who purchased tickets online will receive a refund on the credit card tickets were ordered on. Refunds for non-internet purchases will be available starting September 18 at 10am at point of purchase.
CNN reports protesters in St. Louis blocked highways and threw rocks at the mayor's house Friday after former police officer Jason Stockley was acquitted in the 2011 shooting death of driver Anthony Lamar Smith. Read morehere.
The Van Halen frontman delivered a four-song set that featured a pair of covers from his 1985 EP, "Crazy From The Heat" - "Just A Gigolo/I Ain't Got Nobody" and "California Girls" - alongside Van Halen's 1978 cover of John Brim's "Ice Cream Man", and the band's only US No. 1 hit, "Jump."
Hosted by actor Mario Lopez, the "Summer Spectacular Under The Stars" event raised more than $1 million for drug awareness and prevention programs by The Brent Shapiro Foundation.
Launched by Robert and Linell Shapiro, the organization is named in honor of their late son, who battled with alcohol and drugs on and off throughout his short life before passing away after a night of substance abuse at the age of 24.
The foundation and its signature Brent's Club program works in conjunction with The Boys & Girls Club Of America to provide incentives for kids to abstain from drugs. Watch the full sethere.
Directed by Visual Creatures and illustrated by Joe Garber, the project was written and narrated by head Foo Dave Grohl. The rocker reveals how he connected with producer Greg Kurstin (Adele, Sia) and some of the special guests who appear on the set - including Justin Timberlake and Paul McCartney.
"Concrete And Gold" was introduced earlier this year with the lead single, "Run", and previewed in the past month with "The Sky Is A Neighbourhood" and "The Line."
The Foo Fighters will open a fall US tour with their own Cal Jam 17 festival at Glen Helen Regional Park in San Bernardino, CA on October 7. The band's salute to the original 1970s California Jam festivals will see them joined by more than a dozen acts, including Queens of the Stone Age, Cage The Elephant, Liam Gallagher, The Kills, Royal Blood, Japandroids, Wolf Alice, Bob Mould, and more.
The Foos will follow the Cal Jam 17 event with an October 12 performance at the grand opening of the new Washington, DC venue, Anthem, before bringing their live show to arenas across the US, with dates scheduled into December. Watch the videohere.
It's one of two new tracks slated for the album, the other being "Hi-Lo" which features violinist Lindsey Stirling. "For me, this is the most important song on the album," explained singer Amy Lee in a press statement. "I struggled with the lyrics for a long time because there was a lifetime of work to live up to and I wasn't sure what to say or how to be good enough. When it finally started pouring out of me, it was undeniable. I had no choice. It's for all the people we've lost, all the people who we could lose, to suicide and depression."
"I'm singing from the perspective of the person left behind, the person in the waiting room," she added. "It's a plea to fight for your life, to stay. Don't give into the fear- I have to tell myself that every day. Nobody is perfect. We are all imperfect, and it's precisely those imperfections that make us who we are, and we have to embrace them because there's so much beauty in those differences. Life is worth fighting for. You are worth fighting for."
Synthesis is billed as "a reimagining of some of Evanescence's best-loved songs recorded with a full orchestra and electronic combined with the band." Check out the explicit trackhere.
The song is based on a melody from Eno's 1983 record "An Ending (Ascent)," and features atmospheric synthesizers building to a climax. Eno is credited as a writer on "Some Kind of Love" and like much of the Killers' music, it feels like a love note to their various sonic influences.
So far, fans have heard Wonderful Wonderful's title track as well as "Run for Cover" and lead single "The Man." Wonderful Wonderful drops September 22. Listen to "Some Kind of Love"here.
The group are also sharing professional video of the "Death Magnetic" track, "The Day That Never Comes", from a September 8 appearance at the same venue.
The two shows in Paris marked the band's fourth and fifth shows on a European tour that opened at the Royal Arena in Copenhagen, Denmark on September 2 and will wrap up with two dates in Antwerp, Belgium in early November.
Following the fall run, Metallica will release a series of 30th anniversary reissues of their 1986 album classic, "Master Of Puppets", on November 10. The group's major label debut became thrash metal's first platinum album on its way to US sales of more than 6 million copies. Watch the videoshere.
"To kick things off, we're donating money to Back to the Roots, an organization that brings gardening and food education to schools and helps inspire kids to experience the magic of growing their own food," reads a statement on their official site.
\"With the funds, we're able to provide 20,000 elementary school kids in the Chicago area with an organic gardening kit and Back to the Roots curriculum to each student." Read morehere.
"There is so much happening in the world right now a seemingly endless string of heartbreaking events it feels relentless forest fires across the western United States and Canada hurricanes, floods and wreckage in Texas and the southeastern States and the Caribbean ' the hate marches and violence erupting in Charlottesville now cropping up around the country the earthquake in Mexico the threat of nuclear war from North Korea the famine in Yemen, South Sudan, Somalia, Nigeria the ethnic-cleansing in Myanmar (formerly Burma) the recent devastation in India, Nepal, Bangladesh the ongoing conflict in the Middle East ' and more. So much more.
"We wish we could reach out to each one of you individually because we know you're likely hurting from one or more of these things. Please know we are feeling all this too and thinking about everyone and trying to do as many things as we can to help as many people as possible. We know you're all doing the same. Hang on to each other". Read morehere.
The solo acoustic album was originally recorded by Young in the summer of 1976, but wasn't officially released until earlier this month, over four decades later.
The track "Powderfinger" also appeared on Young's 1979 album Rust Never Sleeps, which found the singer backed by frequent collaborators Crazy Horse. Check out the new animated cliphere.