Some of rock's most iconic album-cover photographs were taken in New York City, and an excellent, informative site has made it their business to uncover and revisit many of those historic locations to see what's changed and what's stayed the same all these years later
Today's dose of "kinda cool, kinda heartbreaking, kinda creepy" news comes to us courtesy of Sachs Media, where execs recently bankrolled a series of computer-generated portraits depicting what some of rock's best-loved deceased stars would look like if they were alive today.
Mariah Gray bet her father Doug, lead singer of the Marshall Tucker Band, that he couldn't fit into his Army uniform from 40 years ago for this Veterans Day. Turns out, he could. So, Mariah had to pay up with a vegetable soup lunch.
While it’s true that Sammy Hagar may not be able to drive 55, the Red Rocker and self-proclaimed “CEO of Rock” has made easy work of rocking for the past 40 years. In fact, those years are on full display in his current Four Decades of Rock tour.
This past Thursday (Oct. 24), Ace Frehley and Peter Crissperformed together for the first time since 2000 as part of an all-star band. The concert, a celebration of the 30th anniversary of Eddie Trunk's radio show, took place at New York's Hard Rock Cafe.
Photographer Debra L. Rothenberg has spent more than 30 years shooting Bruce Springsteen. It helped that she grew up in New Jersey, and her first post-college job was working at a newspaper on the Jersey shore. In her new photo book, 'Bruce Springsteen in Focus 1980-2012,' Rothenberg gathers more than 250 pictures of the Boss onstage, backstage and hamming it up with fans.
While the kindred spirits of rock stars and models have walked hand in hand ever since the first electric guitar was plugged in, a few artists have perfected the art of being in the right place at the right time. Slash recently slithered his way between two beauties for a very special photo op ... and perhaps the birth of a ridiculously good-looking supergroup.
‘Ready Steady Go’ served not only as the opening tune for Billy Idol as he dominated a steamy Casino Ballroom in Hampton Beach, N.H. on June 2, but also the general vibe of the evening as the iconic rocker seamlessly coasted through the evening, making it look easy.
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