Lovers of classic horror films will be able to join together for Halloween Week 2013 when the inaugural "Ship of Fear: A Horror Cruise," sails from Miami to the Bahamas and back. Musical entertainment on the cruise will be provided by two stars who were clearly influence by the genre, Alice Cooper and Dee Snider of Twisted Sister.
For the first time in nearly 30 years, Thin Lizzy will release new music. Guitarist Scott Gorham says the group is working on new songs with an eye on a new album, the first without founder and original vocalist Phil Lynott, who died in 1986.
It's the stuff that dreams are made of, especially if you're a tribute band, and Vince Neil gave the guys in Crued the ultimate honor by joining them for a performance onstage in Toronto Thursday (Sept. 13) night.
You might think that after four-plus decades in the music industry that touring would be old hat for a band like Rush, but singer Geddy Lee says that hitting the road these days is more stressful than ever.
Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band are making plenty of memories in 2012, this time playing the rare concert at another baseball shrine, Chicago's Wrigley Field. "The Boss" and his band also couldn't help but invite a couple of longtime Chicago favorites - Eddie Vedder and Tom Morello - to join them frequently during the first of two performances in the Windy City.
Could Journey be calling it quits? Maybe not, according to guitarist Neal Schon, but he’s definitely had thoughts about how he wants to go out on a sustained high note. In a new interview, he reveals that he’s open to having former lead singer Steve Perry join them band for one last go-round.
Start making travel plans for Sept. 16, as London’s Royal Albert Hall will play host to the 2012 edition of the Sunflower Jam. The event is a night filled with music performances that will be hosted by actor Jeremy Irons.
Guns N’ Roses will perform a 12-show residency, entitled ‘Appetite for Democracy,’ at the Joint in the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. The fun kicks off on Oct. 31 and runs through Nov. 24.
Johnny Depp proved he’s more than just a living room, MTV wannabe during a performance with Aerosmith on Monday night. The actor had a number of opportunities to blaze through solos as the band played the blues standard ‘Train Kept A-Rollin” at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles.
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