Workday have previewed Ozzy Osbourne's appearance in their upcoming Super Bowl commercial that will be airing in full during the big game on February 12th.
The commercial will also feature appearances from Gary Clark Jr. and Joan Jett with Ozzy appearing wearing a shirt and tie in a busy office environment in the teaser clip. (continue)
(hennemusic) Van Halen frontman David Lee Roth has released a new video featuring a cover of the R&B classic, "Mustang Sally."
Featured alongside his take on the 1965 Mark Rice hit that was further made famous by Wilson Pickett are images and footage of Roth through the years, including some from his time with Van Halen. (continue)
Ghost have recruited Def Leppard frontman Joe Elliott for a new version of their song "Spillways" and they feature the song in a new Chapter 15 webisode.
Nasty Little Man sent over these details: "IMPERA was my favorite rock album of 2022... I found out along the way that Tobias is a bit of a fan of DL, so I guess it was inevitable we'd both find out about each other! Once we'd been introduced to the idea of working together it just snowballed organically and I'm thrilled that I got to sing on what is my favorite song from that album!"-Joe Elliott (continue)
(hennemusic) ZZ Top guitarist Billy Gibbons has announced dates for a solo European tour that will be feature former Guns N' Roses drummer Matt Sorum.
The legendary rocker will be joined by his regular live lineup of Sorum and guitarist Austin Hanks for the series, which will mix headline dates with festival appearances when it opens at the Sweden Rock Festival on June 10. (continue)
(hennemusic) Prog rock legends Yes have sold the recorded music rights and income streams from their Atlantic Records era catalog to Warner Music Group's Global Catalog Division.
With more than 30 million albums sold worldwide, the acquisition continues a longstanding relationship between the band and Warner Music that now spans over a half-century, beginning with Yes' self-titled 1969 Atlantic debut album; the deal - which encompasses landmark works such as 1971's "Fragile", 1972's "Close To The Edge", and 1983's "90125" - includes 12 studio albums, as well as live recordings and compilations. (continue)
Acclaimed guitarist Kaki King will be hitting the road this February to celebrate the 20th anniversary of her debut record "Everybody Loves You", released in 2003 on Velour.
To this day, "Everybody Loves You" continues to influence a generation of guitarists and guitar loves with fan favorites like "Night After Sidewalk", "Fortuna", and many other beloved songs.
King got her start after being offered a weekly residency at The Knitting Factory, which was a result of success she found busking on the New York Subway promoting "Everybody Loves You". It was at the Knitting Factory where she was discovered by Velour Records A&R Jeff Krasno, who walked in and signed her to his label on the spot. (continue)
Bamboozle Festival is thrilled to announce performers to this year's line up, who will be taking the stage May 5th, 6th, and 7th at Bader Field in Atlantic City, NJ. The weekend-long party marks the first Bamboozle Festival since 2012, and celebrates 20 years since its initial inception.
The event will feature Trippie Redd, Motionless In White, Limp Bizkit, A Boogie Wit da Hoodie, Rick Ross, Papa Roach, Blackbear, Mayday Parade, The Driver Era, Ice Spice, Steve Aoki, Motionless in White, and more, including reunion sets from Say Anything, Finch, and Flyleaf. Attendees can also look forward to special performances from Attila, who will be celebrating 10 years of About That Life, and Saves The Day, who will be celebrating 20 years of In Reverie, as well as Palisades in their final performance ever. Additional reunions, artists, and performers to be announced soon! (continue)
New Found Glory have shared a video for a live performance of their song "Hit Or Miss" from the NFG Unplugged Total Request Livestream in 2021.
"Hit Or Miss" has remained one of the most quintessential songs in New Found Glory's catalogue - and the genre itself - since its release in 1999. The live recording, along with six other performances from the livestream, can be found on New Found Glory's new acoustic album Make The Most Of It. (continue)
Genre-bender HU$H just released a brand new single and video called "Overstay," and to celebrate we asked him to tell us about the track. Here is the story:
I started writing "Overstay" while I was living in Kansas City. My dad had just passed away from what looked like Covid although the first recorded case didn't surface for another week or two after that. I rented this house with this big creepy kind of haunted looking tree in the backyard and lots of space between the other houses, sound treated a spare room so I could setup my studio and work on tunes without getting the cops called or getting robbed. This was right as the pandemic hit in late 2019 to early 2020, so things were getting tense and I was isolating and just watching the news for updates and working on music as 2020 creeped in. (continue)
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