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Courtesy of NetflixNetflix has released the first trailer for the upcoming Motley Crue biopic The Dirt, based on the band’s 2001 autobiography of the same name. The clip packs a whole lot of debauchery into less than three minutes, covering both the highs and very low lows of the Los Angeles rockers’ notorious hard-partying ways. […]

Courtesy of Paul Shaffer; Amy Grantham; Blain Claussen Paul Shaffer will host a new AXS TV interview series that’ll feature David Letterman‘s longtime band leader chatting with a variety of music stars, including Graham Nash, ZZ Top‘s Billy Gibbons, Steely Dan‘s Donald Fagen, and Sammy Hagar. Paul Shaffer Plus One is a half-hour program that will […]

Credit: Alicia Wyman Bad Company has a variety of shows lined up this year, but frontman Paul Rodgers has revealed that the band’s also working on material for a potential new studio album. Rodgers tells that Bad Company will only play about 20 dates in 2019, noting, “We’re going to pull back a little […]

Photo by Mike Marsland/Mike Marsland/WireImageThere might be some more tears for Ozzy Osbourne fans this morning, as his camp has announced a host of cancelled tour dates while he recovers from health issues. In a press release, Ozzy’s camp says No More Tours 2 dates in Australia, New Zealand and Japan would be cancelled. Earlier […]

Credit: David Woo The Steve Miller Band recently announced plans for a brief headlining tour of the Southern U.S. in March.  Now the group has lined up a lengthy stateside summer trek that also will feature veteran country act Marty Stuart and His Fabulous Superlatives. The trek, which is billed as “An Amazing Evening of […]

Neal PrestonQueen will, Queen will rock you…at the Oscars this year. The Academy of Motion Pictures announced via Twitter that the legendary British band and their current lead singer, Adam Lambert, will perform on the February 24 telecast on ABC.  “Is this the real life? Is this just fantasy? We welcome @QueenWillRock and @adamlambert to […]

Neil Lupin/Redferns Nikki Sixx is accusing KISS‘ ongoing End of the Road farewell tour of ripping off production elements from Motley Crue‘s final tour. On his Instagram Saturday, Sixx posted a photo from the Crue’s own farewell run, which concluded New Year’s Eve 2015, showing him standing on a platform held by a giant crane over […]

ABC/Randy HolmesMetallica is hardwired…to make a whole lot of money. The metal legends’ WorldWired tour, in support of the 2016 album Hardwired…to Self-Destruct, has now grossed over $150 million, Billboard reports. The international trek, which first launched in 2016, has sold close to 1.6 million tickets. In total, Metallica has grossed more than $600 million from […]

Courtesy of Lockn’ FestivalThe initial lineup of the 2019 Lockn’ Festival has been revealed, and among the artists confirmed to perform at the jam-heavy extravaganza are The Grateful Dead‘s Bob Weir, Chris Robinson Brotherhood, Phish‘s Trey Anastasio and ex-Allman Brothers Band members Derek Trucks and Oteil Burbridge. The event is scheduled from August 22 to […]

Kevin Winter/Getty ImagesThe Doors‘ Robby Krieger has contributed a new slide-guitar solo to a fresh remix of “America,” a 1978 song by late keyboardist Ray Manzarek‘s short-lived post-Doors band Nite City. The track is one of four remixes of “America” that were released digitally and via streaming services this past Tuesday, February 12, in honor […]


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