Neil Young showed up at the Slamdance Film Festival over the weekend to promote ‘Journeys,’ his latest film collaboration with director Jonathan Demme, and during the coffee klatsch the duo held after the screening, Young reportedly dropped a bit of a bombshell: he has a new album with his longtime on-again, off-again band Crazy Horse in the can, and another one already in the works.
Ace Frehley may not be sharing the stage with Paul Stanley and the other original members of Kiss anymore, but thanks to a pair of new custom guitars being produced by Washburn and Les Paul, you can relive your memories of the band’s glory days with some hot licks of your own.
In fact, fans who have been in the audience for recent dates report that shows have been going for more than three hours — and as this lengthy recent setlist can attest, Axl and his crew have been delivering a mix of newer tracks, old favorites, and covers of two classic AC/DC tracks – ‘Riff Raff’ and ‘Whole Lotta Rosie.’
Nikki Sixx‘s youngest son, Decker, is back home (sweet home) after a family argument sent him running to a friend’s house — and after Nikki called the cops to report the boy missing.
According to an exclusive TMZ report, the incident occurred last week, coming to a head when Sixx phoned police to say Decker had gone missing. However, it seems Sixx had a strong idea of where to find him.
Ozzy Osbourne might be rock’s reigning Prince of Darkness, but that doesn’t mean he can’t enjoy a healthy, balanced breakfast — or, for that matter, a heaping bowl of sugary cereal.
Although he’s gotten more press for some of his other vices, one of Ozzy’s longest-running addictions has been the UK cereal Sugar Puffs — and when he found himself in need of a few boxes recently, the company that makes them was happy to help out.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has mailed out the ballots for its 27th annual list of potential inductees, leaving it to the organization’s 500 voters to pick the winners from an eclectic group that includes first-time nominees as well as returning contenders.
Newly eligible artists who made this year’s cut include Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, Guns N’ Roses, Heart, and Eric B. & Rakim, while the Beastie Boys, Donna Summer, and the Red Hot Chili Peppers are among the veteran hopefuls.
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