Getting to see lots of Classic Rock concerts over the years, the only way to categorize them is "great", "greater", and "greatest"; the difference between the three - not much. One of the "greatest" in-person shows still to be seen today is that of "Def Leppard".
Metallica fans got a big surprise yesterday (June 8) at the Orion Music + More Festival when their heroes, who weren't supposed to appear until tonight, turned up for a surprise afternoon set and performed their entire 'Kill 'Em All' album.
"Never say never." That's what Black Sabbath's Geezer Butler is saying about the prospect of more new music after '13' is released next Tuesday (June 11). Singer Ozzy Osbourne also says he'd like to cut more songs, but no one is making any promises.
Almost as soon as they announced their 2011 farewell tour, the members of Judas Priest started clarifying that what they meant was that it would be their final major world tour. So if you missed them on that run, don't worry: It sounds like the band has had a change of heart.
Sting's first album in 10 years will include an unexpected collaboration with Brian Johnson, the lead singer of AC/DC. 'The Last Ship' will hit stores on Sept. 24. As previously reported, the collection is the soundtrack to a theater production of the same name set to debut on Broadway in 2014.
In their heyday, when the Beatles twanged, it was an immediate hit. We know that. Today, the "Fab Four" are still as popular as a '66 Ford Mustang, and there has even been remote sightings of the group.
He returned to his hometown of Fontana, California in honor of the cities 100th anniversary celebration, and after leading the parade, Sammy Hagar was given a lasting momento by the city - his very own street.
It's been a decade since Sting last released a project with original material, and his upcoming album may actually stop short of being a true Sting album. 'The Last Ship' is scheduled for Sept. 24. It will be a collection of songs Sting helped write for a musical of the same name.
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