Smashing Pumpkins Arrested- Linkin Park Sidelined By Illness- AFI On Broadway- Architects Lose Member- Nightwish Movie- Danzig Begins Covers CD- more

The Day in Rock Digest for 2/11/11: Former Smashing Pumpkins star D'Arcy Wretzky has been jailed in Michigan for refusing to accept responsibility for her wild horses. She is reportedly behind bars after missing a series of court appearances in relation to a 2009 animals running large charge. more

Linkin Park has been forced to cancel their February 10 show in Washington, DC at the Verizon Center. Lead vocalist Chester Bennington is ill and is under doctor's orders to refrain from performing. more

AFI singer Davey Havok is the latest musician to join the cast of Green Day's American Idiot Broadway musical. Havok will play St. Jimmy for two week more

Nightwish have been preparing a movie. "Imaginarium" is a music fantasy film based on the forthcoming Nightwish album of the same title and its 13 songs. more

A Perfect Circle - the band featuring Tool frontman Maynard James Keenan - will guest on on Last Call With Carson Daly on NBC on Tuesday, February 15th more

Glenn Danzig has entered the studio to begin recording his long-talked-about "covers" album. Five songs have already been laid down, including as-yet-undiclosed tributes to Elvis Presley and Black Sabbath. more

F**k The Facts, and KEN Mode will be touring together this spring in the U.S. and Canada. more

Architects has announced the departure of bass player Ali Dean: "Most of you will already know that Ali was not part of our previous European tour due to commitments he had with his family. Unfortunately, these commitments are going to extend indefinitely and as a result he simply cannot commit the time required to continue playing with us." more

ZZ Top and George Thorogood And The Destroyers are headlining The Rock Legends Cruise, a floating rock festival that will also feature John Kay And Steppenwolf, The Marshall Tucker Band, Dickey Betts & Great Southern, Foghat, Johnny Winter, Molly Hatchet and more

Suburban Home Records has detailed the latest chapter of its Under The Influence covers 7-inch series. The fourteenth release in the series will feature Attica! Attica! covering "The State Lottery," originally by Propagandhi, while Ruiner will offer their take on Oasis's "Morning Glory." more

Pyramaze have parted ways with guitarist Michael Kammeyer and bassist Niels Kvist. more

According to their official website, Anathema are now confirmed as special guests to Dream Theater on two open air amphitheatre shows in Italy this July. more

Lambgoat reports that The Human Abstract has removed guitar player Andrew Tapley from their line-up. Tapley joined the group in 2007 as a replacement for departed guitarist (and band founder) A.J. Minette. However, with Minette rejoining the fold late last year, Tapley seemingly became expendable. more

On this day in 1964, The Beatles made their live concert debut in the U.S. at the Washington Coliseum. Over 350 police surrounded the stage to keep the 8,000-plus screaming fans in control. One police officer found the noise so loud, he stuck a bullet in each ear as earplugs.

On this day in 1992, Mötley Crüe fired their singer, Vince Neil, when he turned up for rehearsal, claiming that he had lost his passion for the band and was now more involved with racing cars Find out what else happened on this date in music history here

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