Steve Harris will be taking his solo/side project British Lion back out on the road briefly this year with a 10 date European tour starting on July 8th in Norwich and rounding off with an open-air show at the annual International Motorcycle Convention at the Moto Clube De Faro, Portugal on Saturday July 19th (full list of dates below). Continue reading
When Guns N’ Roses first hit the national scene in 1987, some critics dismissed them as a poor man’s Aerosmith. The similarities were hard to ignore: a mercurial frontman with incredible range, a long-haired guitarist with a love of Les Pauls and hard drugs and a criminally under-appreciated rhythm guitarist and rhythm section. Guns N’ Roses covered Aerosmith’s “Mama Kin” at many of their early shows and featured a version of it on their 1986 debut EP Live ?!*@ Like a Suicide.
The constant comparisons didn’t bother Guns N’ Roses, Continue reading
“Their Mortal Remains” will be staged in Milan this September.
The exhibition will take place in Milan’s La Fabbrica Del Vapore, taking the visitor on a “surreal, multi-sensory journey through Pink Floyd’s extraordinary worlds, chronicling the music and art of Pink Floyd, from their debut album ‘The Piper At The Gates of Dawn’ to the present”.
Kate Moss collected the award, dressed as Ziggy Stardust.
David Bowie himself was not present to accept the trophy but sent supermodel Moss instead, wearing his famous Kansai Yamamoto designed “Woodland Creatures” leotard.
Handing over the award as the crowd applauded, Noel said: Continue reading
AC/DC frontman Brian Johnson has confirmed the band will be back in action soon to mark their 40th anniversary.
The Aussie giants – who played their first gig on December 31, 1973 – are planning to start studio work in May, then they’ll deliver one concert for every year of their career.
And the singer has confirmed their schedule had been put on hold while one member of the band dealt with serious health issues.
Johnson tells 98.7 The Gater: “We’ve been denying anything because we weren’t sure. Continue reading
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In This post we would like to share some good memories which joined Rock Stars with Greatest Films in the past. Who cares how good they act , they are there !
The Big Lebowski – Aimee Mann ve Flea
The little friend Flea featuring along with Aimee Mann in this nihilistic characters.
Of all the confusion that surrounded the Beatles’ early U.S. releases, perhaps nothing compares with the story of their first album, ‘Introducing … the Beatles.’ It was released by Vee-Jay Records on Jan. 10, 1964, 10 days before Capitol issued ‘Meet the Beatles!’
The first of Led Zeppelin’s long-mooted remastered reissues will be released this year.
Guitarist Jimmy Page first revealed that he was working on remastering a number of Led Zeppelin albums back in 2012. He has now posted a New Year’s message on his website, via Planet Rock, stating the first reissues will come out later in 2014. He wrote: “It’s good news for the New Year. The first of the Led Zeppelin releases – comprising of Led Zeppelin I, Led Zeppelin II, Led Zeppelin III and their companion discs – will be released this year. I’ve also been working on some of my own material from the archives that will be unleashed in 2014.” It is rumoured that artist Shepard Fairey will be redesigning the original artwork for the new releases, after creating the artwork for the ‘Celebration Day’ live album and film.
Robert Plant recently stated that he had discovered some previously unreleased Led Zeppelin music, some of which features the band’s bassist John Paul Jones on vocals. Speaking on BBC 6Music, the rocker said to Mark Radcliffe and Stuart Maconie that he listened to the material with Jimmy Page and it is likely that the music will feature on the remastered releases of Led Zeppelin’s back catalogue.
He said: “I found some quarter-inch spools recently. I had a meeting with Jimmy and we baked ’em up and listened to ’em. And there’s some very, very interesting bits and pieces that probably will turn up on these things.” Speaking about John Paul Jones’ response to the material which features him on vocals, he joked that Jones is trying to bribe him not to release the songs. “So far, he’s going to give me two cars and a greenhouse not to get ’em on the album,” he said.
Last year Glastonbury organiser Emily Eavis revealed that Led Zeppelin were at the top of her dream list for future headliners for the festival. Speaking to the BBC, Eavis was asked if there was a Post-it note on her fridge with her dream list written on. “Yeah, it’s on a napkin actually. On the fridge, there… We would love to have Adele. And we’d also love to have Led Zeppelin. I mean Zeppelin have got to do it, haven’t they? It would be so good, wouldn’t it,” she said.
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