Stage diving. It’s an art and not really a science. Actually, we take that back. It is an art and a science, since biology factors in when the adrenaline takes over. That means that listening to one’s brain often goes out the window, all in the name of ROCK! Music is a powerful motivator, and as you can see from this mash-up video of epic stage dives, compiled by our friends at Loudwire, music can drive rock stars to do some pretty crazy things.
In celebration of the 100th birthday of Fenway Park, members of the Boston Red Sox pitch in on the commemorative album, ’100 Year Anniversary of Fenway Park,’ singing and performing songs by Boston bands such as the Cars and Aerosmith.
Kiss bassist Gene Simmons appeared on Fox News Channel’s ‘Fox & Friends’ and the hot topics The Demon touched on included the 2012 election, President Obama, who he supported in 2008, and of course, a Gene business endeavor in the form of his Rock & Brew bar that’s launching near the Los Angeles Airport.
Here’s a riddle, of sorts. What’s a “Squackett?” No, it’s not some hybrid bird created in a lab, unless you want to get metaphorical and consider music a bird and a studio a lab. It’s what you get when you cross Yes bassist Chris Squire (who has played on every one of said band’s records) and onetime Genesis guitarist Steve Hackett. The duo will release ‘A Life Within a Day’ on May 29 via Esoteric Antenna.
May 8 is a big day for Dee Snider. Not only will the hard rock renaissance man, who sings, dances, acts, appears on ‘Celebrity Apprentice’ and hosts his own radio show, release ‘Dee Does Broadway’ but he will also release his first autobiography, ‘Shut Up and Give Me the Mic.’ Yes, Dee, whatever you say!
There are fans and then there are super fans. San Antonio couple John Paul and Crystal Dennison would appear to fall into the latter category, as the new parents have named their identical, newborn twin sons Tony Parker and Tim Duncan after the San Antonio Spurs’ superstars.
Sammy Hagar has spoken out, this time at more length, about Ronnie Montrose, who died on Saturday, March 3, at the age of 64. Hagar had issued a statement immediately following the news that his former bandmate had passed away, but expounded on his thoughts and feelings a few days later.
Ozzy Osbourne‘s ‘Ozzy’s Boneyard’ radio channel has officially launched on SiriusXM. In an interview on the station, the Prince of Darkness wasted no time addressing his Black Sabbath partner Tony Iommi‘s current cancer battle, joking that he told the guitarist “if he dies, I’m gonna kill him.”
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