Barely a week goes by these days without someone uploading their own version of Queen's 'Bohemian Rhapsody.' As always, we're right on the case. Here's the most recent viral video, but with new words based on the 'Star Wars' series.
In this day and age where it becomes more and more difficult for artists to promote their work, Paul McCartney deserves credit for looking for new ways. The legend recently sponsored the Kyushu Grand Sumo Tournament in Fukuoka, Japan, and put in a personal appearance.
Eddie Van Halen didn't even get a mention on Michael Jackson's mega-smash album 'Thriller,' which celebrates it's 31 year anniversary today (Nov. 30), despite having a heavy hand in the success of the third radio single. The guitarist says he did the solo on 'Beat It' for free -- and even wound up re-arranging the song while Jackson was out of the room.
The power ballad was king at Top 40 radio in the mid-to-late '80s, and if you were in a rock band that wanted to make it big during the decade, you pretty much had to record at least one per album. Few groups played the game as successfully as Chicago.
For every universally celebrated song, known to all and played to death by radio stations everywhere, there are countless hidden gems – album cuts that, for reasons unclear, somehow missed their predestined date with classic rock immortality.
Jon Bon Jovi got a little help on one of his classic songs at a benefit he attended in England on Tuesday. Taylor Swift and Prince William joined the New Jersey rocker on an impromptu version of 'Livin' on a Prayer.'
Most of us have been there: a drink or two to calm our nerves before a big this or that. Even rock stars get the jitters from time to time, believe it or not. But there's a line between combating stage fright and getting so hammered that you forget the words to your biggest song once you're onstage
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