The wind and rain that arrived with Hurricane Sandy earlier this week are now nothing more than a memory, but the hard work of rebuilding has just begun -- and an impressive array of rock stars are banding together to help.
Following Neil Young & Crazy Horse's Friday night headlining set at Voodoo Music + Arts Experience in New Orleans, the bar was set high for Metallica. Even before the festival, though, expectations were raised as it was announced that the band would be taking over Green Day's headlining duties while lead singer Billie Joe Armstrong entered a rehabilitation program for alcohol abuse. This meant that Metallica would be returning to the stage for their last show in 2012.
Journey guitarist Neal Schon proposed to his girlfriend Michaele Salahi on stage during the band's benefit concert in Baltimore, Md. last night (Oct. 14). The former reality show star tearfully and joyfully agreed to be his wife.
When a superstar band is forced to cancel a festival appearance, they can only be replaced with another major act. That's exactly what Metallica is doing, filling in for Green Day as headliners at the Voodoo Music + Art Experience in New Orleans on Saturday, October 27.
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.
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