Original members Lou Gramm, Dennis Elliott, Al Greenwood and Ian McDonald, along with bassist Rick Wills, have previously appeared individually at various stops along the trek, and now they will all join the group's current lineup during a two-night special event at the Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort in Mount Pleasant, MI on October 6 and 7.
"Playing alongside Lou, Dennis, Al, Ian and Rick again certainly brought back some special memories," says founder and guitarist Mick Jones, "and we decided it would be the ulti-mate celebration to join together on one stage, and give the fans the best possible farewell to our 40th Anniversary." Read morehere.
One of the most influential alt-melodic punk groups, Husker Du, were active from 1979 to 1987 and released six full-length studio albums; Grant wrote or co-wrote many of their songs, including 'Turn on the News" and 'The Girl Who Lives on a Hill."
Husker Du grew out of the same local rock scene as the Replacements and Soul Asylum. But their relationship was fraught with tension and they broke up in 1987 at the height of their popularity. Variety reports that Hart 'declined into a heroin addiction from which he never fully recovered." Read morehere.
An early draft of the single is featured on a disc entitled "Evolutions 87", which delivers a series of demos and rehearsal takes of every song from the record.
"Is This Love" hit No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100 as the "Whitesnake" album went on to US sales of more than 8 million copies and Top 5 chart status in several countries around the world.
The 4CD/DVD "Whitesnake: Super Deluxe Edition" includes the original album with newly remastered sound, unreleased live and studio recordings, classic music videos, concert footage, a thirty-minute documentary, a 60-page hardbound book that's filled with rare and unseen photos from the era, an extended essay based on new interviews with David Coverdale, plus a booklet of the album's lyrics, handwritten by the rocker.
2CD and 2LP Deluxe Editions will present the newly-remastered album alongside a selection of unreleased bonus recordings, while a single-disc version of the project will also be available; all will be available via digital download and streaming services. Stream the songhere.
Grohl was able to reunited with Johan recently, with the Foo Fighters posting a photo of the two on the band's official Facebook page. See the photo below.
The band was performing only the second song of their set in Sweden back in 2015 when Grohl fell, bringing the show to a halt. Grohl would go on to finish the show sitting in a chair, with the now-famous paramedic holding his broken leg. Read morehere.
Law Man was an interesting track, firstly its probably one of if not the most popular song of ours at the moment, which is great as its written about a pretty serious historical topic.
We were spending days together in the studio writing songs and coming up with parts left right and centre, on one particular dry day, by which i mean writers block, we were jamming ideas around as usual but they were all dog sh*t, feeling frustrated I decided to go for an inspiration poo, No joke.... If there's nothing happening in a session, 9 times outta 10 either me or jack (guitar) will go for an inspirational toilet break! It seems to really work cause as I was walking back into the studio i began to sing this melody, immediately the lads picked up on it and were like ...... pooosperation strikes again ;) that's a great riff, I had no intention of it being a riff but as it goes its way better on guitar than as a vocal melody! it basically wrote its self around that one melody after that. The lyrics came in time; I always wanted to write some lyrics a short story about an event in a Native Americans life. The law man being the sheriff, forces him out of his land, takes what he wants burns and destroys their land.... and finally murders the Native American...... the sad truth.... but you get the picture.
I tied this in with another song that's on the album, a bit like a part one part two thing. You'll have to have us back on if you wanna hear about that though ;)
Hearing is believing. Now that you know the story behind the song, listen for yourself and learn more about the albumright here!
Before his March 2012 death from a self-inflicted gunshot wound following a five year battle with prostrate cancer, Montrose was working on the project as a power trio with bassist Ricky Phillips (Styx, Bad English) and drummer Eric Singer (Kiss, Alice Cooper).
"'Heavy Traffic' started off as our tip of the hat to the British band, Humble Pie," says Phillips of the song, which also features Y&T frontman and guitarist Dave Meniketti. "The singer, Eric Martin from Mr. Big, originally screamed 'Ronnie!' leading into the guitar solo, and one restless night it hit me. That's how the record should start - and then Ronnie crushes it."
The guitarist designed "10x10" as a project that would deliver ten songs with ten different singers, and the power trio recorded basic tracks for all the songs live in the studio in just a few days. Stream the songhere.
Coming off the breakthrough success of the band's Fragile album just nine months earlier, YES had now gained a level of commercial capital that they intended to spend. It wouldn't come in the form of three and a half minute pop songs, instead appearing as an album of only three songs. Close to the Edge would debut at # 3 on the Billboard Top 200 Album Chart and crown Yes as progressive rock royalty for decades to come. Jon Anderson tells In The Studio host Redbeard that the band did not intentionally aspire to create complex lengthy songs.
Jon Anderson: "We were making music and we'd stop when it was finished and look at each other and say, "Well that's great, what is it?" And (producer/engineer) Eddie Offord would say,' its twelve minutes long.' Wow, well, we'll just tighten that up a bit and it's ten minutes long. Wow, we were more surprised than anybody that it was long. We just made music until it was finished." Stream the episodehere.
Fans can drag and pan through a digital space where the song's lyrics appear in three dimensions among shooting stars and geometric pyramids. As artists place more stock in their attention-grabbing lyric videos, the race for a futuristic concept is on.
Imagine Dragons' new clip is both visually stunning and interactive--sure to win new fans (who are curious about the technology). Evolve peaked at number 2 on the Billboard 200 Albums chart when it debuted in June, and the Evolve World Tour kicks off in Phoenix on September 26. Watch the lyric video for "Whatever It Takes"here.
Due October 26, the project is billed as "the official, inside story of the whirlwind year of 1977," which saw the band record and release the album while making headlines throughout their native UK.
"1977: The Bollocks Diaries" will deliver first-hand stories of secret gigs, recording sessions, fights, record label meltdowns and the accompanying media storm that rocked the UK.
The book features photos and rare items from the Sex Pistols archives - from gig posters and early album art to master tapes and notes from recording sessions. Read morehere.
The track is the new single from the forthcoming The Bloody Beetroots which is scheduled to be released on October 20th and features other high profile collaborations including Rival Sons frontman Jay Buchanan, Gallows, Anders Friden of In Flames, Deap Vally and JET
"This is the first time I have used so many vocalists and lyrics in The Bloody Beetroots music. I chose the greatest vocalists I knew that could help tell the story of about four years of life," says The Bloody Beetroots about the album. Listen to the new songhere.
The band unveiled a track list for the album and a lyric video for "Beach Boys" which expands the album's Southern California imagery. The band's guiding aesthetic on Pacific Daydream is "reveries from a beach at the end of the world."
When Weezer began work on their eleventh studio album, they intended to make a "Black" album in response to their acclaimed 2016 "White Album." Instead, they found themselves writing and recording escapist fantasies about warm weather and mimosas, a change in direction they embraced.
A press release describes the album as sounding like "The Beach Boys and The Clash fell in love by the ocean and had one hell of an amazing baby." Check out the lyric video for Beach Boys and the full Pacific Daydream tracklistinghere.
The ominous clip features two men dressed in llama costumes, headed to the desert with a shovel. We won't spoil the ending, but let's just say it's not a happy one.
On a lighter note, the band also announced a run of tour dates beginning this October. In a play on the band's current single, the run will honor local "champions." Fans can post a video or photo on Instagram with the hashtag #FOBChampion to nominate themselves, a family member, a loved one or a friend who are making a difference in their communities to be chosen as the #FOBChampion of their local tour date. Each city's selected winner will win tickets to their local show and be brought up on stage and honored during the set - along with a shoutout on the band's Instagram. In addition, a monetary donation will be made in the winner's name to the charity of their choice via the Fall Out Boy Fund.
Watch "The Last Of The Real Ones" and see the band's new tour dateshere.
He challenged viewers to make the same commitment and used the experience of his father's suicide as an opportunity to raise awareness. Draven has now appeared in a second video which also includes his mother, Chester's ex-wife Samantha.
"It still doesn't feel like it actually happened," Draven said. "You always think that maybe he's on vacation and someone just found someone else. Maybe he'll pop back up… It's hard because sometimes you just sit down, you start thinking about — like, I came across old home videos that he had, things like that. It sucks."
The Linkin Park frontman died by suicide in July at age 41. Watch the new videohere.